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Environmental Training

​If you need a class that is not listed, call ERAtech Environmental to find out if we can meet your needs. Additionally, if your company has preferably six (6) individuals or more who need to be trained/re-trained at the same time, ERAtech can make arrangements to schedule a special class outside of our existing scheduled classes!

Training Classes

Department of Transportation (DOT) (HM-126F and HM-232) HAZMAT Safety Training

Department of Transportation (DOT) HAZMAT Safety Training for Handling and Transporting Hazardous Materials must be completed by employees who are involved with shipping hazardous materials once every three years.  You can provide safety data sheets (aka MSDS's) of DOT regulated materials used at your facility to customize the training for your specific operations.

Training is conducted in individual sessions in less than four hours. ERAtech's instructors provide your employees with general awareness / familiarization, function-specific, emergency response and security awareness training.  In addition, handout materials are provided to each participant, including student manual, the latest DOT Emergency Response Guidebook, and Table 17.  Upon successful completion of the training session, ERAtech issues individual training certificates as documentation of participation.


If your facility has 6 or more employees who need training, ERAtech can arrange to provide training on-site. ​

Asbestos Awareness Training Program

The OSHA Class II Asbestos Worker course is an 8-hour class to prepare workers for the removal of asbestos containing resilient flooring materials, transite siding, roofing, gaskets, etc.. Employees must be trained prior to or at initial assignment and at least annually thereafter.

Mold Recognition & Hazard Awareness


Commercial Building Owners. Property Managers, Maintenance Staff, Sanitarians, Realtors & Insurance Agents will find this course a must-have class.  Students will learn:

  • How to avoid costly mistakes made by others when mold is found.

  • Who can help you quickly resolve occupant complaints? Who do you call?

  • What is the reason mold is growing where it was found, and what you can do?

  • How to immediately stop the growth.

  • Why not just use bleach to kill the mold growth?

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