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(Concord, CA)—NES, Inc. announced the introduction of their environmental health and safety training and consulting services. Helping agencies and their employees properly toe the line when it comes to health and safety regulations, the company provides their clients with compliance management services that cover pertinent regulatory issues, including hazardous waste management, OSHA training california, and storm water and transportation issues.
“The simple truth is that when employees end up on the wrong side of the line in meeting state and federal regulations, it puts an organization at risk for fines, lawsuits, and other issues that may negatively impact their bottom line,” said Matt Bucklin of NES, Inc. “At NES, we have made it our mission to ensure our clients are equipped to make the right decisions and avoid that fate. With a team of experts that have significant experience working with both governmental regulators and private sector companies, we develop customized programs that have proven effective in helping agencies and their employees maintain a safe environment.”
As a nationally recognized leader in environmental health and safety training and consulting, NES provides industrial hygiene consulting services in the areas of indoor air quality, water damage and mold, asbestos, occupational exposure to known or potential hazards, OSHA compliance, and other occupational safety and health concerns. They also offer full range of training at their Folsom and Bay Area facilities, with topics including, hazardous waste training california, emergency response tactics, transportation, and storm water practitioner training.
NES invites agencies to visit their website to learn more about their scheduled trainings taking place in the month of May, including Hazardous Waste & Materials training, Confined Space training, 30-Hour OSHA training, Blood Borne Pathogen training, and their rcra training california. For those who cannot attend NES’ scheduled training dates, the company offers … Read More ...Read More →