Most of our courses can be taken online, while some are offered on-site. Regardless of how you receive instruction, though, be assured the content and delivery method is of the highest quality and is accepted by state and federal agencies.
Arlington, TX (PRWEB) August 02, 2013
American Training Center is pleased to announce to the media and the public that it is now offering 40 Hour HAZWOPER Certification Training. Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response certification is an OSHA requirement. The center has the best team of professional trainers, teachers, and field professionals. Further information about the training center and the courses offered is available at amrtc.com.
American Training Center offers three different versions of HAZWOPER training. The first version is the 40 hour HAZWOPER certification class. This class is aimed at satisfying the OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 (e)(3i).
The second version that ATC offers is a 24 hour class. This course is specially designed to meet OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.120 (e)(3ii) and (3iii).
The third course covers OSHA’s requirement for an 8 hour annual refresher course. All of these versions are designed to meet the demands of today’s industries. For people who cannot manage to attend the classes, ATC is also offering the HAZWOPER training online.
“Most of our courses can be taken online, while some are offered on-site. Regardless of how you receive instruction, though, be assured the content and delivery method is of the highest quality and is accepted by state and federal agencies for fulfilling their requirements.”
American Training Center is a leading source of quality professional training. The center offers safety training and refreshers, professional certifications, quality management instruction, and federal compliance coursework. The center is committed to providing its customers with the best training solutions.
Its training is ideal for employees working in the construction industry, food and health field, and the banking world. Its programs are suitable for IT professionals, food handlers, medical and legal field professionals, human resource specialists, and industrial and skilled trade workers.