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About Us

The All Hazards Training Center, established by the University of Findlay, is the nation’s leader in the development and delivery of customized environmental, health and safety training programs. Our programs meet our client’s individual training needs on a facility-by-facility, division-by-division – or even a complete corporate-wide basis, coast-to-coast.

Our goal is to become your EHS Training partner. Since our inception in 1986, we have trained over 250,000 participants across the United States. In 2018 alone, we trained over 10,000 individuals in all 50 states.

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Chicago
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New York
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Louisville
Somerset
Knoxville
Charleston
Farmville
Norfolk
Salisbury
Auburn
Vancouver
Quincy
Bend
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Fernley
Hawthorne
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San Francisco
Sacramento
Weaverville
Phoenix
Rio Rico
Joseph City
Santaquin
Brigham City
Denver
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Albuquerque
Ruidoso
Farmington
Valentine
Levelland
San Antonio
Mission
Aransas Pass
Houston
Dallas
Sandpoint
Nampa
Ammon
Dillon
Kalispell
Stanford
Terry
Lame Deer
Rock Springs
Riverton
Evansville
Spearfish
Sioux Falls
Minot
Williston
Buffalo
Chadron
North Platte
Clay Center
South Sioux City
Kansas City
Horton
Witchita
Erie
Claremore
Lawton
New Orleans
Alexandria
Plain Dealing
Rayville
Cabot
Nixa
Sedalia
Urbandale
Iowa City
Ottumwa
Waukon
Burnsville
Alexandria
Milwaukee
Shawano
Hayward
Wallace
Grand Rapids
Detroit
Lansing
Adrian
Columbus
Ironton
Adena
Marion
St. Louis
Urbana
Rockford
Galax
Durham
Bolivia
Kannapolis
Kannapolis
Williamsport
Sykesville
Whitefield
Windsor Locks
Nashville
Henderson
Houston
Flowood
Gulfport
Birmingham
Ozark
Scottboro
Garden City
Spartanburg
West Columbia
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Training Courses

  • dot-refresher

    This one-day training course meets the “once every three years” 49 CFR recurrent training requirement, as specified by DOT for hazmat employers and hazmat employees. (Testing is conducted as required)

    • 0/ Student
    • 17 Jan, 2019
  • dot-hazards

    This comprehensive 2-day training course is designed to meet DOT training requirements applicable to hazmat employers with hazmat employees — 49 CFR Part 172, Subpart H. (Testing is conducted as required)

    • 0/ Student
    • 17 Jan, 2019
  • rcra-annual

    This 1-day RCRA annual refresher reviews the major aspects of hazardous waste management procedures, regulatory compliance, and RCRA contingency plan implementation. Current RCRA issues that are surfacing and being debated in Washington, D.C., and regional and state EPA offices will also be addressed.

    • 0/ Student
    • 17 Jan, 2019
  • rcra

    This 2-day training course is designed for environmental compliance personnel at industrial facilities, federal facilities, and commercial businesses who have RCRA regulatory responsibilities. Environmental staff members who are responsible for hazardous waste management procedures, and those responsible for supervising employees that work with hazardous waste, will also benefit from this course.

    • 0/ Student
    • 17 Jan, 2019
  • Maritime Security

    This 8-hour course provides facility personnel having dedicated security duties the knowledge and skills needed to meet the requirements of 33 CFR 105.210 and the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code.

    • 0/ Student
    • 17 Jan, 2019
  • maritime-security-awareness

    In the post 9/11 reality, maritime regulations require that all maritime facility employees receive security training. This includes not just full-time employees, but part-time and contractor workers as well. This 4-hour course responds to that need by satisfying the content requirements of 33 CFR 105.215.

    • 0/ Student
    • 17 Jan, 2019
  • facility-officer

    This U. S. Coast Guard-accepted course provides Facility Security Officers (FSOs) the knowledge and skills needed to meet the requirements of 33 CFR 105.205, the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code, and the Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002 (MTSA).

    • 0/ Student
    • 17 Jan, 2019
  • This 1-day course is designed to address the Emergency Response requirement 29 CFR 1910.120 (q)(8), and NIMS/ICS. It is designed to be of sufficient content and duration to maintain responder competencies.

    • 0/ Student
    • 17 Jan, 2019
  • confined-space-II

    This course builds on, utilizes, and refines the rescue skills provided and will further the worker’s understanding of the procedures and techniques of non-entry and limited entry rescue in a realistic, scenario driven environment.

    • 0/ Student
    • 17 Jan, 2019
  • confined-space1

    This course introduces the employer’s role and responsibility as it pertains to equipping and facilitating a confined space rescue team and written procedures.

    • 0/ Student
    • 17 Jan, 2019
  • confined-supervisor

    This course is designed for general industry and construction workers to provide a basic understanding of the OSHA Confined Space Regulation 29 CFR 1910.146 and associated regulatory requirements.

    • 0/ Student
    • 17 Jan, 2019
  • 30hr-osha

    This course provides the basic information and training requirements necessary to develop and implement an in-house Cooperative Compliance Program.

    • 0/ Student
    • 17 Jan, 2019
  • 8hr-hazardous

    This 1-day course is designed to comply with 29 CFR 1910.120(e)(8) requirements regarding annual refresher training for general site workers.

    • 0/ Student
    • 17 Jan, 2019
  • 40hr-hazardous

    This 5-day course is designed to meet the training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120, paragraphs (b) through (o), covering hazardous waste site workers. The course is designed for environmental contractors and consultants, well drillers, regulatory agency personnel, private-sector project managers, and others who need to enter hazardous waste sites.

    • 0/ Student
    • 17 Jan, 2019
  • refresher-emergency-response

    This 1-day course is designed to address the Emergency Responder requirement 29 CFR 1910.120 (q)(8). It is designed to be of sufficient content and duration to maintain responders’ competencies.

    • 0/ Student
    • 17 Jan, 2019
  • This 3-day course introduces participants to the incident command system as addressed by OSHA, as well as the National Fire Academy, EPA, and FEMA. Trainees will participate in contingency-planning development exercises as well as tabletop exercises designed to enhance their skills in planning and managing an emergency response utilizing an incident command structure.

    • 0/ Student
    • 15 Dec, 2018
  • emergency response
    $850.00

    This course covers basic defensive and offensive mitigation techniques available to responders. This course is primarily hands-on in nature. After appropriate classroom coverage and hands-on exercises, the trainees will apply their skills in mock emergency responses.

    • 0/ Student
    • 24 Jan, 2018

Customer Reviews

  • “We have used All Hazards for many training courses taught on the Findlay campus as well as several of our terminals located in different states. The type of training provided includes Emergency Response, Environmental Management, OSHA Safety, and Security. All Hazards always does a tremendous job with all these classes. The instructors and staff are very professional and knowledgeable in the  subjects they teach.”

    Marathon Petroleum Corporation

  • “We asked All Hazards to provide trainers for our 24-hour Hazwoper Emergency Response and annual refresher training classes. They provided knowledgeable instructors who can customize training to capture specifics of our industry. That keeps our employees engaged and makes the training more meaningful. With All Hazards, we have first class training with first-rate trainers who travel across the U.S. to accommodate our wide network of employees.”

    WinField

  • “Findlay has been qualified for several years to teach BASF’s initial and refresher “Technician” and initial “Incident Command” level training courses at over 100 BASF sites in the US . . . Our responders overwhelmingly feel that the classroom and field training provided at Findlay, or at our sites by Findlay instructors, provides them with the knowledge and confidence to manage any emergency response incident that might occur in a expeditious and safe manner.”

    BASF North America

  • “First Solar associates have received excellent hands-on training at Findlay over the last few years. The wide variety of scenarios and training topics have prepared our people for all of the possible spills at our plant. I feel comfortable that our team can handle these situations without me overseeing the response. As the Team Leader, I have even used some of Findlay’s ideas to perform drills at our site.”

    First Solar

  • “All Hazards has been a long time provider of training tailored to the needs of environmental and hazard response personnel of Ford Motor Company’s Research & Engineering Center. Qualified, knowledgeable instructors, with consistently updated course materials, have customized presentations for Incident Command and RCRA to include Ford policy. We would recommend their program to any company with in-house operations requiring training.”

    Ford Research and Engineering Center

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