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Many EPA programs require companies to comply with local and federal environmental laws. These programs help employees identify the hazards in their surroundings; what regulations and requirements apply to their situations; and educate them to safely manage their specific job tasks.

Dealing with HAZMAT Spills
Product Code: HZMT

If spills of hazardous materials occur in the wrong place at the wrong time, the result can be a disaster. However, the worst-case scenarios can be prevented when employees understand how to respond correctly if a HAZMAT spill occurs.
Examples of stormwater drainage that must follow the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)
Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan
Product Code: SWPP

Pollution spread by contaminated stormwater is a real problem and providing your employees with an understanding of your facility's  Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan and the role each person plays in its success is the purpose of this program.
Silica Employee Training
Product Code: SLCA

While silica has many valuable uses, it can also present a danger when workers are exposed to excessive amounts of crystalline silica dust.  In fact, each year there are hundreds of deaths and thousands of illnesses attributed to harmful exposures to silica dust.
A work environment with a high potential for a combustible dust explosion without employee training
Combustible Dust
Product Code: CMBD

If a combustible dust explosion occurs, it often results in severe injuries, burns or deaths.  This program will review the precautions and procedures workers can follow to prevent dust incidents.
A trainer explaining the proper treatment, storage and disposal of hazardous waste according to RCRA
Resource Conservation Recovery Act - RCRA
Product Code: RCRA

Paying close attention to hazardous waste regulations and staying in compliance not only avoids fines and penalties in the short run, but more importantly, it protects jobs, benefits the company and protects our environment and community in the long run.
A worker taking precautions to avoid exposure to hexavalent chromium and avoid injury or death
Hexavalent Chromium: Employee Training
Product Code: HEX

Hexavalent chromium is essential to a number of industrial applications. While these compounds can be very beneficial, they can also be harmful or lethal to those employees exposed to them.
A worker wearing respiratory protection and following the Hydrogen Sulfide Contingency Plan
Hydrogen Sulfide Employee Training
Product Code: HYSD

Employees can work safely in areas where the potential of hydrogen sulfide exists by following their organization's Hydrogen Sulfide Contingency Plan.
Asbestos Awareness
Product Code: ASBS

While asbestos seemed so beneficial for so many things throughout history, it turns out that it isn't good for people. In fact, asbestos can cause serious illnesses, even kill us…and it can still be found in many homes and commercial buildings.
Lead Exposure in General Industry
Product Code: LDGI

According to OSHA,  more than 800,000 workers in the United States are exposed to lead regularly as part of their jobs.  This program reminds employees of the dangers and health effects of lead and the safety standards that have been established to protect them on the job.
Working Safely with Compressed Gas Cylinders
Product Code: CGC

Compressed gas cylinders present some very specific hazards that can be the source of serious injury. This program reviews the safe work practices that can help workers prevent injuries and property damage when working with or around them.