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Environmental Protection Agency

Online Training Certification Courses

From the highest rated and most trusted online training company - since 2008.

We offer a selection of online courses based on the Environmental Protection Agency regulations for all employees and employers (see complete list below).

Training can begin immediately anywhere there is an Internet connection. Upon successful completion the student will have immediate access to a printable certificate and wallet card.

EPA training online helps employers and employees comprehend the complex, often overlapping environmental requirements that impact their worksite. Our selection of courses provide the knowledge needed to understand regulatory requirements and achieve workplace compliance.

Environmental Protection Agency training courses address numerous topics, including air pollution controls, pesticide programs, hazardous waste safety, toxic substances, emergency planning, asbestos abatement, Clean Air Act regulations, Safe Drinking Water Act regulations, and more. Many topics require both preliminary and refresher training, which can be completed through online certification.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is responsible for administering the rules and regulations that protect human health and the environment. Businesses across the U.S. are legally required to identify and comply with EPA air, water, and chemical regulations applicable to their operations, processes, and practices. Online training helps employers and employees stay in compliance with the EPA's rules.

Violating environmental laws presents numerous potential consequences, including both civil and criminal enforcement actions. In 2016, the EPA raised the maximum civil penalties for violations of certain EPA regulations and environmental laws. Some maximum penalties more than doubled - violations of the Clean Water Act, for example, rose from $37,500 to $93,750. Criminal convictions may result in fines, imprisonment, or both.

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