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  • DOT HazMat

    The US Department of Transportation (DOT), Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), has regulations that cover the transportation of hazardous materials. HazMat employers must train their HazMat employees on the safe transportation of the hazardous materials they handle.

  • DOT HazMat - General Awareness/Familiarization & Security Awareness Training Kit

    DOT HazMat - General Awareness/Familiarization & Security Awareness Training Kit

    Since the adoption of the Global Harmonization Systems (GHS), the regulations governing the transport of hazardous materials have undergone numerous changes. DOT/Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (DOT/PHMSA) regulations (49 CFR 172.704) require that all 'hazmat employers' train their 'hazmat employees' on four different areas: General Awareness/Familiarization, Safety, Job Specific and Security Awareness. The General...

  • DOT HazMat - General Awareness/Familiarization Training Course

    DOT HazMat - General Awareness/Familiarization Training Course

    Since the adoption of the Global Harmonization Systems (GHS), the regulations governing the transport of hazardous materials have undergone numerous changes. DOT/Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (DOT/PHMSA) regulations (49 CFR 172.704) require that all 'hazmat employers' train their 'hazmat employees' on four different areas: General Awareness/Familiarization, Safety, Job Specific and Security Awareness. The General...

  • Environmental Awareness Training

    Effective environmental compliance depends on conscientious individuals. Environmentally conscious operations are increasingly turning to Environmental Management Systems (EMS) such as the ISO 14001 standard to help ensure environmental protection of our air, water and waste.

  • Environmental Responsibility and Management Systems

    Environmental Responsibility and Management Systems

    Employees learn why regulations exist and which regulations have particular impacts on American industry. Employees are shown how an EMS works and how conformance with EMS requirements ensures compliance with regulations and improvement in environmental protection.

  • Environmental Responsibility and Management Systems

    Environmental Responsibility and Management Systems

    This training kit is aimed at employees and contractors at facilities regulated under any environmental regulation rule. It promotes a sense of responsibility for environmental compliance and includes regulations such as the Clean Water Acts, Clean Air Acts and RCRA/CERCLA/SARA. Employees learn why regulations exist and which regulations have particular impacts on American industry. Employees are shown how an EMS works and how conformance with EMS...

  • GHS Hazard Communication

    OSHA’s Hazard Communication standard is intended to help protect workers from hazardous chemicals. Training workers on HazCom practices and procedures is critical to protecting your employees from harm due to exposure to hazardous chemicals.

  • Understanding GHS HazCom - 2-video Training Kit

    Understanding GHS HazCom - 2-video Training Kit

    The deadline for OSHA Hazard Communication regulated facilities to train their employees on the changes that GHS brings to hazard communications has passed (December 1, 2013). Now facilities are faced with ongoing HazCom compliance. OSHA recommends that facilities “offer two iterations of training.' The first iteration has come and gone. The second is still looming. Understanding GHS HazCom is a 2-video training kit that helps regulated...

  • Hazardous Waste Training

  • Hazardous Waste Generators, LQG and SQG

    Hazardous Waste Generators, LQG and SQG

    This training kit contains one program for large quantity generators and another for small quantity generators. Both programs cover hazardous waste identification, generation processes, container labeling and handling, on-site accumulation, satellite accumulation, off-site shipping and emergency preparedness. Each kit also contains two SiteCast templates for site-specific training - one with slides only, another with integrated video.

  • Hazardous Waste Management at Laboratories and Research Facilities

    Hazardous Waste Management at Laboratories and Research Facilities

    Training is focused on the correct handling and management of hazardous wastes generated at labs and research facilities. Methods for prevention of hazardous spills and releases are presented along with guidelines for safe and effective spill response. Waste minimization is stressed; lab employees are provided with guidance and ways to minimize the amount of toxicity of hazardous wastes generated.

  • Hazardous Waste: Management & Minimization - Small Quantity Generators, CALIFORNIA

    Hazardous Waste: Management & Minimization - Small Quantity Generators, CALIFORNIA

    This training, for small quantity generators, is designed to meet regulations, develop employees’ environmental awareness and improve overall compliance. Topics include hazardous waste identification, generation and handling, satellite accumulation, on-site accumulation, shipping and transportation, waste minimization and emergency preparedness and response. Created specifically for facilities that operate under the state of California Dept. of...

  • Hazardous Waste: Management & Minimization - Large Quantity Generators, CALIFORNIA

    Hazardous Waste: Management & Minimization - Large Quantity Generators, CALIFORNIA

    This training, for small quantity generators, is designed to meet regulations, develop employees’ environmental awareness and improve overall compliance. Topics include hazardous waste identification, generation and handling, satellite accumulation, on-site accumulation, shipping and transportation, waste minimization and emergency preparedness and response. The trainer can choose from 4 different curricula depending on which topics will...

  • SPCC Training

    Under the Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) regulations, owners & operators of facilities that process, store, handle, use or consume any oil or oil product (over a certain volume) must train their employees on the correct operation and maintenance of oil handling and spill prevention equipment 

  • SPCC Employee Training Kit for General Industry - EHS Employee Training Video

    SPCC Employee Training Kit for General Industry - EHS Employee Training Video

    This new SPCC employee training kit is a 2 video program that focuses on the following subjects: EPA regulations and SPCC plan, Spill Clean Up & Response, Operations & Maintenance, Oil Transfers, Used Oil and Discharge Procedure Protocols. The 1st video is a comprehensive 29-minute program that thoroughly details the regulation for employees. The 2nd video is a 19-minute program that covers the basic regulatory elements, and can be used when...

  • Federal Regulations Require Training for SPCC - Oil & Water

    Federal Regulations Require Training for SPCC - Oil & Water

    This 19½ minute video instructs employees on SPCC Plans, oil pollution regulations, effective oil storage and oil transfer procedures. It also instructs employees on “discharge procedure protocols”: first response measures to take when a discharge is discovered. The program is designed to help regulated facilities comply with the final SPCC rule (40 CFR 112) last amended November 2009 that became fully effective 11/10/11...

  • OIL- Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Training (SPCC) for Electric Utilities

    OIL- Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Training (SPCC) for Electric Utilities

    This employee training kit is designed to help train employees and contractors who work at electric utilities on Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure, 'SPCC' (40 CFR 112). This program addresses oil-filled electrical equipment such as transformers and circuit breakers as well as bulk tanks and portable storage containers. It shows employees what is expected of them when working at sub-stations, repair shops or other generation, transmission and...

  • Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Training of Do NOT Mix

    Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Training of Do NOT Mix

    Both state and federal regulations require spill prevention training for employees at facilities that have the capacity to store or handle in excess of 1320 gallons of oil or oil products (gasoline, diesel fuel, heating oil, lubricants, cutting oil, etc.). The federal rule is called the Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) rule (40CFR 112). The California rule is called the Aboveground Petroleum Storage Act (APSA). Both rules apply and...

  • Controlling Oil SPCC Training for Smaller Oil Volume Facilities

    Controlling Oil SPCC Training for Smaller Oil Volume Facilities

    Federal regulations require that employees at facilities that have the capacity to store or handle in excess of 1320 gallons of any oil or oil product (gasoline, heating oil, lubricants, residual fuels, vegetable and animal oils and other “oils”) be trained on effective spill prevention measures. This 16 minute video instructs employees on SPCC Plans, oil pollution regulations, effective oil storage and oil transfer procedures at...

  • SPCC for Electric Utilities

    SPCC for Electric Utilities

    This employee training kit is designed to help train employees and contractors who work at electric utilities on Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure, 'SPCC' (40 CFR 112). This program addresses oil-filled electrical equipment such as transformers and circuit breakers as well as bulk tanks and portable storage containers. It shows employees what is expected of them when working at sub-stations, repair shops or other generation,...

  • SPCC `Oil & Water - Do NOT Mix` for California Facilities

    SPCC `Oil & Water - Do NOT Mix` for California Facilities

    The federal rule is called the Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) rule (40CFR 112). The California rule is called the Aboveground Petroleum Storage Act (APSA). Both rules apply and are enforced in California. This 19½ minute video instructs employees on SPCC Plans, oil pollution regulations, effective oil storage and oil transfer procedures. It also instructs employees on “discharge procedure protocols”:...

  • Stormwater Training

    Many industrial, municipal and government facilities, along with construction sites, operate under a state or EPA-issued permit for their stormwater discharges. Under these permits, employees working outdoors with materials or wastes that may pollute stormwater must be properly trained to prevent stormwater pollution. There are 6 titles in this category.

  • Stormwater Pollution Prevention: `A Drop in the Bucket`

    Stormwater Pollution Prevention: `A Drop in the Bucket`

    This kit shows employees al industrial and industrial-type government facilities the latest stormwater pollution prevention techniques. Good housekeeping. Materials management. Spill prevention. Maintenance Small spill clean-up. Includes hard hat stickers for trainees to keep them constantly aware of SWPPP requirements.

  • `Rain Check` - Stormwater Pollution Prevention Training for MS4s

    `Rain Check` - Stormwater Pollution Prevention Training for MS4s

    Regulated municipalities and other municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) operators must prevent pollutants from entering their storm drainage systems. One element of this requirement is preventing stormwater pollution by municipal facilities such as fleet maintenance shops, bus barns, sanitation facilities, parks and street sweeping operations. The US EPA has published a “National Menu of BMPs” that describes the Best Management...

  • Construction Site Stormwater Pollution Prevention Training

    Construction Site Stormwater Pollution Prevention Training

    This employee training kit is designed to show employees how erosion, sediments and other potential surface water pollutants are controlled at construction sites. The program focuses on Best Management Practices (BMPs) that are widely used at most construction sites including: silt fence, stabilized entrances/exits, drop inlet protectors and others. The program illustrates how these BMPs work and how they can fail. Employees are encouraged to promptly...

  • `Storm Watch` - Municipal Stormwater Pollution Prevention

    `Storm Watch` - Municipal Stormwater Pollution Prevention

    Regulated municipalities are required to train their employees on stormwater pollution prevention and BMPs. This 20-minute video training kit helps regulated municipalities (Phase I and Phase II) train their employees as required under their Permit. The video focuses on BMPs that are important to many municipal operations such as good housekeeping, spill response, materials storage and handling, landscape maintenance and street maintenance. Employees...

  • Storm Warnings: Stormwater Pollution Prevention

    Storm Warnings: Stormwater Pollution Prevention

    This training kit is designed to provide general awareness training to employees and contractors about stormwater pollution prevention. It describes Best Management Practices (BMPs) that are useful and important at a wide range of regulated facilities. It covers good housekeeping and other BMPs that help protect stormwater run-off. The kit includes a template to guide the trainer through creating site specific training to use in...

  • Ground Control: Stormwater Pollution Prevention for Construction Sites

    Ground Control: Stormwater Pollution Prevention for Construction Sites

    This employee training kit is designed to show employees how erosion, sediments and other potential surface water pollutants are controlled at construction sites. The program focuses on Best Management Practices (BMPs) that are widely used at most construction sites including: silt fence, stabilized entrances/exits, drop inlet protectors and others. The program illustrates how these BMPs work and how they can fail. Employees are encouraged to promptly...

  • Concrete Wash-Out Video Training `Building for a Cleaner Environment`

    Concrete Wash-Out Video Training `Building for a Cleaner Environment`

    Concrete Washout “Building for a Cleaner Environment” This employee training video focuses on vehicle and equipment washout at construction sites. Mixer truck, concrete pump trucks, and concrete finishing tools must be washed at job sites to prevent road hazards and for continued use of the equipment. Employees and contractors need to be aware of the potential impact that the wastes from the washout can have on the...

  • IDDE

    Providing MS4 operators, employees and communities with an overview of effective Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE) is the focus of these programs. Understanding the regulations, concerns and hazards illicit discharges pose to storm drain systems and urban watersheds is essential in finding, fixing and preventing them.

  • IDDE - Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System

    IDDE - Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System

    Municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) operators are required to train employees and contractors on control measures for stormwater pollution prevention. One such control measure is illicit discharge detection and elimination (IDDE). This kit is designed to train government employees and contractors on IDDE. The 14¼ minute video focuses on the hazards of illicit discharges and shows employees how to spot them. It shows typical illicit...

  • IDDE - a Grate Concern (Public Outreach)

    IDDE - a Grate Concern (Public Outreach)

    One of the requirements for permitted municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4s) is to reach out to the general public and inform them about stormwater pollution prevention. One area where many public outreach programs focus is on illicit discharge detection and elimination (IDDE). The public needs to know what an illicit discharge is, not to discharge any non-stormwater into the MS4, how to spot evidence of past illicit discharges and what to do...

  • Universal Waste Training

  • Universal Waste - Bulbs, Batts, Bugs & Barometers

    Universal Waste - Bulbs, Batts, Bugs & Barometers

    Managing qualified hazardous wastes as universal wastes offers several benefits to the generator. Standards are less strict, so management becomes easier. Money is saved on disposal services. And many of these wastes can be recycled -- environmentally friendly. Effective employee training is not only required by the regulations but can help take maximum advantage of the universal waste benefits. This program “Universal Waste - bulbs, batts, bugs...

  • Quest To Recycle - Universal Waste Employee Training Kit

    Quest To Recycle - Universal Waste Employee Training Kit

    The universal waste regulations streamline collection requirements for certain hazardous wastes in the following categories: batteries, pesticides, mercury-containing equipment, thermostats and lamps. Some states have added wastes to their universal waste rule, including CRTs and lamp ballast This program shows employees how to correctly collect, accumulate, containerize, handle and ship universal wastes, as well as, how to effectively respond...

  • Excal Visual - Universal Waste

    Excal Visual - Universal Waste "Collecting, Processing and Recycling"

    Show employees how to correctly collect, accumulate, containerize, handle and ship universal wastes and how to effectively respond to emergencies. This new HD video training program includes the “Complete Version” (20 minutes) and it is supplemented by a concise “Refresher Version” (13 minutes). The training programs detail the key elements in the Federal Universal Waste regulations (40 CFR Part 273) and includes electronic waste (E-Waste) and aerosol...

  • Municipal Collection

    Many municipalities and government operations must comply with EPA requirements for employee training in Stormwater, IDDE, and SPCC regulations. Our step-by-step training videos show municipal employees the proper ways to ensure these laws are followed and the environment is protected. Municipal Storm Sewer System operators (MS4s) are the frontline in the fight against stormwater pollution, and it is vital they set the example for others with proper pollution prevention tec

  • Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Training

    Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Training

    Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure training is required by law. This 27 minute program details the SPCC regulation for municipal employees. Subjects include: Regulations and the SPCC Plan, Operations & Maintenance, Oil Transfers, Used Oil and Discharge Procedure Protocols.

  • `MPG Max` - 25 Tips for Better Fuel Economy

    `MPG Max` - 25 Tips for Better Fuel Economy

    Employers and their drivers everywhere are concerned about the high cost of gasoline and the environment. This training video shows drivers how to improve gas mileage, so they save money at the pump and keep the air cleaner. The tips given in this video are easy to put into practice. This course shows how routine vehicle maintenance is very important, since a dirty air filter or fuel injector will cut down on the MPG. Regular...

  • Workplace Safety

    The best strategies for preparedness focus on prevention, awareness, and immediate response. Utilize these courses to strengthen your organization's expertise and readiness. Safety is an essential component in every employee's job responsibilities.Be proactive and start preparing today.

  • Security Awareness `Target DENIED` Course

    Security Awareness `Target DENIED` Course

    This disc contains both an English and a Spanish language program that provides a general overview of facility security practices and procedures. Chapters include: Area and Data Access, Suspicious Activity, Security Violations and Reporting. Also included are a quiz and an acknowledgement of training document.

  • Workplace Strategies for Pandemic Preparedness

    Workplace Strategies for Pandemic Preparedness

    The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has developed strategies to address epidemic and pandemic outbreaks; however, they also stress that prevention training and crisis planning is a corporate social responsibility. Pandemic Preparedness features five segments modeled after the Homeland Security Pandemic Plan. Participants will discover how to prepare for a pandemic, what to be aware of, how to prevent contracting and spreading...

  • Construction

    Many construction operations must comply with EPA requirements for employee training in Stormwater regulations. Our step-by-step training videos show  employees the proper ways to ensure these laws are followed and the environment is protected. There are 3 titles offered.

  • The Safe Operation of Front End Loaders

    The Safe Operation of Front End Loaders

    These large, extremely powerful machines require skilled operators who can be responsible for both the safety of those on-site and the proper operation of this expensive piece of equipment. Chapters include: Introduction, General Safety Awareness, Prior To Operation, Safe Operation, Performing  Maintenance, Towing and Trailering, Parking and Review. Available in English / DVD or download.

  • Spill Response

    Rapid, efficient spill response requires varying levels of training for different employees, depending on their work areas and job duties. Improving the general concern and awareness of the consequences of spills can contribute to overall spill prevention.There are 3 titles in this category.

  • Spills & Skills, Non-Emergency HazMat Spill Response Training

    Spills & Skills, Non-Emergency HazMat Spill Response Training

    This 18 minute video training kit is designed to help train non-HAZWOPER employees on dealing with a hazardous material (or hazardous waste) spill, leak or release. What to do if you discover a hazmat release? How to determine if the release requires HAZWOPER-trained responders or not? If it is a hazmat emergency release (HAZWOPER event), what to do then? If it is non-HAZWOPER (an 'incidental release'), the discreet steps involved to clean it up. The...

  • HazMatters - First Response to a Hazardous Substance Emergency Video Training Kit

    HazMatters - First Response to a Hazardous Substance Emergency Video Training Kit

    “HazMatters” is a video training kit that helps train employees on OSHA’s Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER): First Responder Awareness Level regulation and on key aspects of DOT’s Hazardous Materials regulation. The video follows the actions of a first responder awareness level worker through his response to a hazardous substance release. Features the 2008 DOT Emergency Response Guidebook.

  • True Cost, The Ripple Effect of a Chemical Spill

    True Cost, The Ripple Effect of a Chemical Spill

    The effects of a chemical spill are many and far-reaching -- work time and resources wasted, production delays, administrative burdens and the hassles and disruptions to employees work and personal lives. All these are illustrated in this video to help an employee understand the true cost of even a relatively small spill or release of a hazardous substance.