If we don’t have a training program or date scheduled to meet your staff’s training needs, NES offers on-site training at your facility or worksite. In addition to any of our currently scheduled training programs (HAZWOPER, Emergency Response First Responder Operations, ER Incident Commander, Title 22/RCRA Hazardous Waste Management, Marijuana Grow Hazards, First Aid / CPR, […]
We offer many of our standard in-class EH&S training courses in web-based formats to help employees satisfy training requirements in as convenient a manner as possible. As with in-class training programs, NES offers customized online course development to fulfill individual clients’ employee training requirements. New programs are constantly being developed and added to our lineup […]
NES is the main resource for law enforcement training in the United States and also offers a full line of training products including field guides, a software program, and a newsletter to compliment student training. NES is fully committed to offering the most comprehensive training possible to education officers in safety and OSHA compliance. NES has developed law enforcement specific training programs which cover methamphetamine, MDMA, BHO, DMT, PCP, Fentanyl, bath salt drugs, spice products, and many other narcotics.
Since 1999, NES has served as the Technical Group Leader for the California Trucking Association’s Storm Water Group Compliance Program, one of the largest storm water compliance groups in the State of California. Storm water regulations allow compliance group programs for facilities with similar industrial activities and classifications, such as the California Trucking Association. A storm water compliance group reduces individual member costs and enables a broader understanding of developing and implementing best management practices common to the trucking industry.
GE Betz is a worldwide manufacturer and supplier of water treatment chemicals designed to lengthen the lifespan of cooling towers, chillers, boilers and other water dependent machines. Chemical water treatment products are shipped in totes and tanker trucks that are returned to the GE Betz facility for cleaning and reuse. The cleaning process generates approximately 30,000 gallons per year of rinse water that historically was disposed of as hazardous waste.
A confidential pyrotechnic manufacturing company was faced with enforcement actions and significant fines for alleged violations of hazardous waste regulations. NES provided technical and regulatory advice to help defend the company against the allegations and to assist the company in improving their hazardous waste management and other environmental compliance practices.
In June 2007 a wildfire erupted near South Lake Tahoe. The fire, known as the Angora Fire, burned 3,100 acres and destroyed 256 structures. Before rebuilding could start tons of ash and debris had to be removed without impacting the health & safety of nearby residents and preventing further environmental damage during the process. The California Integrated Waste Management Board (CIWMB) directed the first coordinated ash and debris removal project, removing tons of ash and debris in a managed and controlled approach. NES developed a community and worker health & safety plan for the fire restoration project and monitored the debris removal activities to protect worker health & safety and minimize off–site releases of ash containing toxic elements. 100% of the 256 destroyed structures were removed in 40 days requiring 28,000 labor hours. The work was accomplished without a single accident. In recognition of our contribution, NES was awarded an Exceptional Services Award by the CIWMB.
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