Hazmat Training Comes to Charleston

When workers handle hazardous waste or ship hazardous materials, training is not just a good idea, it’s the law. According to the EPA, workers who handle hazardous waste must be trained annually, and the federal DOT requires that workers involved in the shipment of hazardous materials be trained at least every three years.

Environmental Resource Center, the leading provider of environmental and safety training, will present the mandatory training in Charleston at the Hilton Garden Inn – Charleston Airport on March 30 – April 1, 2010. Classes begin at 8am and end at 5pm each day.

Hazardous Waste Management: The Complete Course will be taught on March 30 and 31.

DOT Hazardous Materials Training: The Complete Course will be taught on April 1 at the same location.

Registration for the mandatory training is available by calling 919-469-1585 or at http://www.ercweb.com/classes.

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Hazmat Training Comes to San Antonio

When workers handle hazardous waste or ship hazardous materials, training is not just a good idea, it’s the law. According to the EPA, workers who handle hazardous waste must be trained annually, and the federal DOT requires that workers involved in the shipment of hazardous materials be trained at least every three years.

Hazmat Training Comes to San Antonio

Environmental Resource Center, the leading provider of environmental and safety training, will present the mandatory training in San Antonio at the Airport Hilton on April 6-8, 2010. Classes begin at 8am and end at 5pm each day.

Hazardous Waste Management – TX: The Complete Course will be taught on April 6 and 7.

DOT Hazardous Materials Training: The Complete Course will be taught on April 8, 2010 at the same location.

Registration for the training is available by calling 800-537-2372 or at http://www.ercweb.com/classes.

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Hazmat Training Comes to Indianapolis

When workers handle hazardous waste or ship hazardous materials, training is not just a good idea, it’s the law. According to the EPA, workers who handle hazardous waste must be trained annually, and the federal DOT requires that workers involved in the shipment of hazardous materials be trained at least every three years.

Hazmat Training Comes to Indianapolis

DOT and RCRA Annual Update and Refresher course is the perfect way to meet both your annual review and DOT 49 CFR recurrent training requirements as well as learn about new requirements that have been enacted over the past year. The IATA/IMO course satisfies the requirement for personnel who ship hazardous materials by air or water. They must receive training mandated by the International Air Transportation Association (IATA) and International Maritime Organization (IMO) every two years.

Environmental Resource Center, the leading provider of environmental and safety training, will present the mandatory training in the Crowne Plaza Hotel on March 30 and 31, 2010. Classes begin at 8am and end at 5pm each day.

DOT and RCRA Annual Update and Refresher will be taught on March 30.

IATA/IMO will be taught on March 31.

Registration for the mandatory training is available by calling 919-469-1585 or at http://www.ercweb.com/classes

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Hazmat Training Comes to New Orleans

When workers handle hazardous waste or ship hazardous materials, training is not just a good idea, it’s the law. According to the EPA, workers who handle hazardous waste must be trained annually, and the federal DOT requires that workers involved in the shipment of hazardous materials be trained at least every three years.

Hazmat Training Comes to New Orleans

Environmental Resource Center, the leading provider of environmental and safety training, will present the mandatory training in New Orleans at the Four Points by Sheraton on April 6-8, 2010. Classes begin at 8am and end at 5pm each day.

Hazardous Waste Management: The Complete Course will be taught on April 6 and 7.

DOT Hazardous Materials Training: The Complete Course will be taught on April 8 at the same location.

Registration for the training is available by calling 800-537-2372 or at http://www.ercweb.com/classes.

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Los Angeles Training on New Rules for Shipment of Dangerous Goods by Air

Toxic, flammable, corrosive, radioactive, explosive and other dangerous goods are shipped by air millions of times each year. Many of them are carried in passenger aircraft or with freight carriers. To improve the safety of these shipments, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) is adopting tougher standards for many of the items frequently shipped.

To help shippers of dangerous goods by air and sea in the Los Angeles area comply with the tougher standards, Environmental Resource Center is offering training at the Crowne Plaza Hotel – Los Angeles International Airport on March 24, 2010. For those who cannot attend, an online webcast is also available.

Among the changes being adopted in 2010, to be covered in the training, include new and revised packing instructions, revisions to the list of dangerous goods, new requirements for shipments of excepted (small) quantities, and revised requirements for lithium batteries.

Included with the class are the 51st Edition of the Dangerous Goods Regulations, Environmental Resource Center’s Transportation of Dangerous Goods, Compliance with IATA and IMO Regulations handbook, which translates the regulations into easy-to- understand language, and an Emergency Response Guidebook.

A DOT and RCRA Annual Update and Refresher Course will be held the same week at the Crowne Plaza Hotel – Los Angeles International Airport on March 23, 2010.

Registration for the training is available by calling 800-537-2372 or at http://www.ercweb.com/classes.

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Hazmat Training Comes to Houston

When workers handle hazardous waste or ship hazardous materials, training is not just a good idea, it’s the law. According to the EPA, workers who handle hazardous waste must be trained annually, and the federal DOT requires that workers involved in the shipment of hazardous materials be trained at least every three years.

Hazmat Training Comes to Houston

Environmental Resource Center, the leading provider of environmental and safety training, will present the mandatory training in Houston at the Holiday Inn – Intercontinental Airport on March 16 – 18, 2010. Classes begin each day at 8:00am.

Hazardous Waste Management – TX: The Complete Course will be taught on March 16 and 17.

DOT Hazardous Materials Training: The Complete Course will be taught on March 18 at the same location.

Registration for the training is available by calling 800-537-2372 or at
http://www.ercweb.com/classes.

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RDZ Industrial Heating – High Comfort and Energy-saving

The choice as to the type of heating to use in industrial premises is essentially based on financial and comfort considerations. Reductions in energy consumption are an essential element when it comes to considering an effective heating system, both in terms of the saving involved, as well as from the environmental point of view.

RDZ Industrial Heating - High Comfort and Energy-saving

Another factor of key importance in any heating system for industrial premises is the required level of comfort which enables users to work in a pleasant, healthy environment without currents of air or dust. Comfort and energy saving are the two main factors when choosing RDZ industrial underfloor heating system.

Underfloor heating systems are especially suitable for industrial premises with particularly high ceilings, since heat diffusion due to radiation allows rooms to be heated to human height. Apart from maximum comfort, however, industrial premises show excellent results in terms of energy consumption with savings of up to 50% compared to a standard air heating system. Indeed, uniform temperature distribution not only guarantees the sensation of physical wellbeing but also allows the system to be operated at low temperatures, thus significantly reducing energy consumption compared to traditional systems.

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