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Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Training Comes to Cary

Personnel who are expected to stop, contain, and clean up releases of hazardous materials are required to have 24 hours of initial training. Personnel who are involved in clean-ups at waste sites, including Superfund sites, RCRA corrective action sites, or voluntary clean-ups involving hazardous substances must have 40 hours of initial instruction.

Environmental Resource Center, the leading provider of environmental and safety training, will present the mandatory training in Cary, NC on December 6-8 for the 24-Hour Hazwoper and December 6-10, 2010 for the 40-Hour Hazwoper. Classes begin at 8am and end at 5pm each day.

Personnel that complete this course will receive a Hazwoper wallet card, a training certificate, one year of free Answerline service and handbook updates, and a free subscription to Environmental Resource Center’s safety and environmental e-newsletters.

Registration for the mandatory training is available by calling 919-469-1585, 1-800- 537-2372 or at http://www.ercweb.com/classes

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Hazmat Training Comes to Cary

When workers handle hazardous waste and/or 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. Environmental Resource Center’s 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.

Individuals who are expected to stop, contain, and clean up releases of hazardous materials are required to have 8 hours of annual refresher training. Environmental Resource Center’s eight-hour refresher course satisfies the annual training requirement and will provide you with the “refresher” you need to be fully ready to respond when needed.

For those who must implement the provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) regulations in the workplace, a two day course is offered which will provide instruction on a variety of general industry safety and health standards, including walking and working surfaces, means of egress and fire protection, hazardous materials, hazard communication, machine guarding, respiratory protection, lockout/tagout, confined spaces, and recordkeeping.

Environmental Resource Center, the leading provider of environmental and safety training, will present the training in Cary at its headquarters, 101 Center Pointe Dr. on October 5 – 8, 2010.

Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response 8-Hr. Refresher Course will be held on October 5, 2010.

DOT and RCRA Annual Update and Refresher will be held on October 6, 2010

OSHA 10 Hour Compliance Course will be offered on October 7 and 8, 2010

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

Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Training Comes to Cary

Personnel who are expected to stop, contain, and clean up releases of hazardous materials are required to have 24 hours of initial training. Personnel who are involved in clean-ups at waste sites, including Superfund sites, RCRA corrective action sites, or voluntary clean-ups involving hazardous substances must have 40 hours of initial instruction.

Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Training Comes to Cary

Environmental Resource Center, the leading provider of environmental and safety training, will present the mandatory training in Cary, NC on February 15-17 for the 24 Hr. Hazwoper and February 15-19, 2010 for the 40 Hr. Hazwoper. Classes begin at 8am and end at 5pm each day.

Registration for the mandatory training is available by calling 919-469-1585, 1-800- 537-2372 or at http://www.ercweb.com/classes

Now in its 29th year, Environmental Resource Center trains not only thousands of industry personnel every year, the company also trains personnel from most of the State and Federal agencies that enforce the regulations.

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