News & Notes

August 27, 2014

We will be closed September 1st for the Labor Day Holiday.  Please remember to stay hydrated this weekend and use a designated driver if you will be drinking!

August 4, 2014

We would like to congratulate our senior instructor Keith Hebert on his 3rd place finish at the Red Stick Classic in Men’s Physique over 35 class.  For those of you who have had Keith teach a class you know how hard he has worked to get to this shape.   Way to go Keith!

July 2, 2014

Global Training and Environmental will be closed on Friday the 4th of July.  We would like to take a moment to honor our soldiers protecting this still great country of ours.  Let us all take a minute to think about what we can do to celebrate the best of the United States and remember those Read More »

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Environmental Health & Safety

Regulatory Compliance Review

Regulatory agencies are becoming more involved in the enforcement of safety and environmental regulations. These agencies are conducting more frequent inspections and are showing a corresponding increase in citations.

Penalties can be expensive and affect your profit margins. Failure to comply with these regulations can also increase liability in the court system. Through record-keeping and quality programs, GT&E will keep your employees in compliance with applicable laws, regulations and policies.

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Incumbent Worker Training Program

What is the IWTP?
What are the benefits of the IWTP?
Who Can Participate in the IWTP?
Am I eligible for IWTP?
How can I get a grant for training my employees under the IWTP?

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Outsourcing EHS Solutions

As a full-service training, environmental and consulting company, Global Training & Environmental is uniquely qualified to provide your business with personnel possessing specific experience with your EHS needs.

We can work with or as your EHS department. Companies use GT&E for EHS solutions from training to safety meetings, SPCC plans to SSQs, as well as any other EHS challenges your business faces.

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