- HAZWOPER (8-Hour refresher, 24-Hour, and 40-Hour) – EWI has the facilities, materials, and trainers available to teach these courses in compliance with 29 CFR 1910.120. Hands-on portions of this course involve: the use of NIOSH and Emergency Response Guidebooks; the donning and doffing of PPE, including fully encapsulating suits; mock confined-space entry; and instruction in the use of decontamination stations. We offer a regular schedule of courses, but we also have the flexibility to schedule a course specifically for your company given an adequately sized class.
- Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) – Learn about the RCRA regulations and how they affect your company. This course will explain: waste characterization and classification, waste accumulation and shipment, waste stream management, federal and state reporting requirements, and document management.
- Clean Water Act – This course will help students understand the requirements of the Clean Water Act, such as permitting, monitoring, and reporting for storm water and wastewater generated by their facility.
- Clean Air Act – This course will help students understand the requirements of the Clean Air Act and how they apply to their company. This introduction will help the trainees understand the processes involved in permitting, monitoring, and reporting the air emissions of their facility.
- Lead Awareness Training – EWI’s goal with this training is to inform employees of the proper handling procedures for lead-containing material, as required by 29 CFR 1910.1025. This course will educate your employees regarding lead exposure levels, appropriate PPE, medical surveillance, and air monitoring techniques used when working in an environment containing this material.
- DOT Hazmat training (49 CFR) – any entity transporting a hazardous material must comply with the requirements of Title 49 CFR Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR), which requires that all Hazmat employees are trained. EWI offers DOT training to meet this requirement, resulting in increased safety awareness for the employee
- GHS Training – This program, which should be done by the end of the year, is designed for those working or handling hazardous chemicals and focuses on general awareness information and training under OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1200 and best practices in workplace applications. Training covers the new labels elements
and safety data sheets formats to improve recognition and understanding.
EWI assigns only the most experienced personnel to these programs in order to satisfy client and regulatory standards. Our instructors have years of experience and training allowing them to transfer knowledge in an accessible, easy-to-understand manner. EWI has the capacity to empower our trainees with the knowledge and tools needed to make informed environmental decisions.