Recognizing the need for high-quality, hands-on training, CTEH® established a Training Services Division. Our training staff has experience working in the United States as well as internationally. All of our training staff has countless hours of field experience working with hazardous materials in both emergency and non-emergency situations.
To actually save lives and protect the environment, the training provided to emergency response personnel must be effective. The students must be exposed to the information, retain it, and know how to use it effectively. To accomplish this, our training is a mixture of both classroom instruction and hands-on practical knowledge. We know there is no substitute for practical experience, thus students will retain more information for a longer period of time. Each training session uses digital projection equipment, including the latest digital media.
Every training session is customized to meet the individual client’s needs. Customization allows our clients to focus on those subjects and areas that are of the greatest concern to their business or industry. The following is a list of the current training classes offered by CTEH®.
Our mobile learning center - equipped with the most common tools for personal protection personal protection, decontamination, confinement, air monitoring, containment, information sources, etc. – allows us to provide more realistic training experiences.
We offer Hazardous Materials training programs that meet and exceed 29CFR1910.120 requirements. They range from those required under sections L & P of the HAZWOPER standard to those under section Q of the HAZWOPER standard of OSHA. Our courses are designed to meet NFPA 472 requirements pertaining to your employees.
We also offer a wide variety of courses designed to meet 49CFR172.700 requirements for those employees who fall under the General Awareness/Familiarization requirements of the U.S. Department of Transportation. Our course titles include:
CTEH® offers a wide variety of medical training programs. They range in level form those that the average citizen would need to attain a higher level of self-confidence in handling home type emergencies to the industrial setting and the professional responder requirements. Our course titles include:
CTEH® offers a wide variety of Confined Space and High Angle training programs that meet and exceed OSHA’s General Industry regulations, part 29CFR1910.146 requirements. The National Safety Council has defined a confined space as “any area not intended for human occupancy and that also has the potential for containing or accumulating a dangerous atmosphere”.
Countless workers are injured or killed each year in confined spaces. If you must work in confined spaces, you need special protection.
The courses explain the practices and procedures that must be used to ensure the safety of all workers whose job duties require them to enter or work near these spaces. These courses include: