HAZWOPER Training Courses is now Accessible on Mobile

National Environmental Trainers, the industry leader in online environmental health and safety training (EHS) declare the overview of their newest product, the mobile accessible HAZWOPER training courses. Now, anyone that needs to take HAZWOPER training (Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response) can access these courses through mobile devices. National Environmental Trainers is the only provider of mobile OSHA services.

“We are very happy to be able to make available important Hazwoper training courses on mobile devices,” said Clay Bednarz, founder and owner of National Environmental Trainers. “We were the first company to acquaint with the first online Hazwoper courses back in 1996 and now we are breaking ground when it comes to proposing our product services on mobile devices.”

“We discern that the inclination toward mobile is on the rise and will continue to do so. Making our training courses suitably accessible on any mobile device was important in delivering our product services in a way that finest suits to our clients,” noted Bednarz. Product improvement is second nature to Bednarz and his team at National Environmental Trainers. In 2004 they distinguished hands-on training by introducing the HAZWOPER Hands-on Simulator®. The latest mobile accessible HAZWOPER training courses include the 8, 24, and 40 hour sessions and feature new content, spectacular graphics and more interactivity.

Full details at http://www.pr.com/press-release/633592

Another Bleach Spills of 2,000 Gallons in El Cajon

EL CAJON, Calif. — A harmful materials spill was reported Monday at an El Cajon pool supply company.

Around 5:30 a.m., workers at Abcana Industries revealed that a 4,000- gallon storage tank filled with bleach had been drained to half its volume, Heartland Fire and Rescue spokesman Sonny Saghera said. The 2,000 gallons of bleach went into a secondary containment area that also had a breech, and the chemical afterwards flowed into the storm drain and the company’s parking lot at 545 W. Bradley Ave., Saghera said. 

Heartland Fire and Rescue personnel were joined by San Diego County and city hazmat or hazwoper crews conducted at the scene around 7:20 a.m. to clean up the spill, which was restricted to people, Saghera said. An environmental crew was on scene to finish cleaning up the hazardous pool chemical, Saghera said. Some of the bleach did spill into the storm drain, although they don’t know how much. 

Full story at http://fox5sandiego.com/2015/07/06/2000-gallons-of-bleach-spill-into-storm-drain/