Anti-Terrorism Training: WMD, Chem/Bio, Terroristic Incident Response

Global Harmonization System (GHS) 4 hr Basic -Training Program

OSHA 10 Hour Training Program for the Construction Industry

Preparing for an OSHA Inspection

Instructor Methodology: Educational Methodology

Cargo Truck, Tankers and Intermodels: Identification, HAndling of Incidents, Accidents and Products

Right to Know: HAZWOPER Training

EMS Training: Basic and Advanced First Aid, CPR and Child Safety Awareness

Hospital and Emergency Room: Hazmat Operations Level training specific for hospital response personnel.

Law Enforcement: Courses are offered for the Law Enforcement Officer with regard to chemicals and interaction with other responding agencies.

Personal Protective Equipment:Types of equipment and the use of specific equipment

PCB Training Program: 16 hour program addressing handling and clean-up of PCB's

Toxicology for the First Responder: 8 hour program addressing toxicology for the firefighter and industrial response personnel

Do I Need to Know That: 8 hour training program based on quick assessment of pertinent information for those responders who do not respond to Hazmat Incidents on a daily basis. Good refresher for operations level personnel

Decontamination: "If you want it done right - Keep it simple", for EMS, Responders, Police, Hospitals, Industry and Fire Departments

Atmospheric Monitoring Program: 16 hour program meeting the objectives of 29 CFR 1910.120 (h)(4)

Ropes Knots and Carabiners: 8-hour program that addresses the use of ropes, knots and carabiners used in confined space activities. This program includes extensive hands-on use of ropes, knots and carabiners for rescue and establishing rope systems.

Rescue Training Programs: Vehicle, Trench or Building Collapse

Respiratory Training Program: Meeting the objectives of 29 CFR 1910.134

EMS / Hazmat Response: 24-hour training program meeting the objectives of NFPA 473

Handling of Hazardous Materials Patients by Emergency Room Personnel: 8-hour training program for hospital personnel who may come in contact with a contaminated patient. This program incorporates procedures accomplished by the Hazmat Response Team and coordinates activities of the local EMS agency.

Firefighter Safety: Safety during response operations for firefighters. This program addresses both Industrial and Municipal personnel.

Respiratory Protection: Covers tpes, use, maintenance, fit-test and training in application.

Radiological Training: Response, monitoring, patient handling by EMS and Hospitals.

Bloodborne Pathogens Training: OSHA compliant course covering communicable diseases (HIV, HBV, TB, Measles and others)

Electrical Generating and Transmitting Training: Electrical Utilities (private and public) OSHA compliance & Emergency Response Training.

Water Treatment Utilities: Water Purification and Distribution Facilities and Waste Water Treatment Plants - T.C.P.A., OSHA & Emergency Response training.

On-Scene Commander: For Hazmat personnel that may be in the position to be an Incident Commander (even if just for a short time).

Incident Safety Officer: Technical Rescue, Hazmat, Fire, etc.