Even though online training is comprehensive, timesaving, and cost-effective, sometimes nothing beats having a live trainer at your facility.
TrainingToday® is proud to offer environmental, health, and safety on-site training that brings subject matter experts to your office, facility, conference center, or corporate retreat for engaging and informative training on issues that matter most to your organization.
Whether you need help training your staff on preventing workplace violence or are looking to give your management team a brushup on OSHA compliance, we offer on-site training on a wide variety of EHS topics, including:
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Our Training Experts
We have partnered with EHS industry leaders to bring expert on-site training to your doorstep! Our presenters have a diverse background and years of combined experience that they can bring to your organization. Learn more about our training experts below:
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|George Bianco, Jr., CET, BCSP |
George Bianco is a certified environmental safety and health trainer (CET) and environmental technician working in the Environmental Health and Safety division at EnviroBusiness, Inc. (d/b/a EBI Consulting). Bianco holds a Health, Safety, and Environmental Technology Certificate. In addition, he holds a Grade 4 Industrial and Grade 2 Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators’ license in the commonwealth of Massachusetts. He has more than 30 years’ experience in environmental and wastewater compliance for a wide range of industries, including precious metals refining, food manufacturing, biotechnical/pharmaceutical, universities, and health care. He has been involved in toxic chemical release reporting (EPCRA and TURA), environmental analysis, audits, monitoring, permitting, emissions reporting, equipment installation, solid and hazardous waste disposal training, and environmental compliance projects. He is one of the lead training instructors at EBI Consulting and currently teaches OSHA 10 General Industry and Construction-, DOT/RCRA-, HAZWOPER-, and Wastewater-related courses.
|Robert Bohannan, CET |
Robert Bohannan has over 30 years of experience providing environmental, emergency response, site investigation, and health and safety services and training. He is a certified environmental trainer (CET) by the National Environmental Safety and Health Training Association (NESHTA), which included serving as the chairman of NESHTA’s Certifying Board of Examiners. He was awarded Trainer of the Year in 2003. He is an instructor for the Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs (ADEMA). He has personally developed and presented curriculum and coordinated thousands of hazardous waste, emergency response, chemical handling, and right-to-know training programs, workshops, and scenarios throughout the United States over the past 30 years. He has been responsible for the coordination and instruction of numerous training courses for military and manufacturing operations and facilities, chemical plants, water and waste water facilities, municipalities, industry, power plants, and construction industries and operations.
|Carol Brozosky, CHMM, CET |
For over 30 years, Carol Brozosky has worked in the industrial and regulatory compliance consulting sector. In 1988, she founded PTP Consulting, Inc., which now serves industry and municipalities on environmental, safety, and health issues. She brings extensive plant experience and a commonsense approach to audits and consulting projects. She is a certified hazardous materials manager with the National Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals and is a certified environmental, safety, and health trainer with the National Environmental Safety and Health Trainers Association, which is accredited under the U.S. Council of Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB). She is also an authorized OSHA outreach instructor for general industry.
|William Bunner, BSc, MA, CET |
William Bunner is a certified environmental trainer (CET) and the president of Training Associates in Columbus, Ohio. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology Education and a Master’s degree in Education Program Planning. He has years of experience in general workplace safety and construction safety, both as an on-site advisor and as a training provider. He has also taught many classes for the Federal OSHA Training Institute. He is currently an OSHA-authorized instructor for OSHA’s construction safety training. His training and field experience encompass general safety, hazardous material handling and spill response, and hazardous waste site remediation. Bunner has a knack for understanding student needs and levels of content knowledge, with one of his signature courses being Hazard Materials Chemistry for the Nonchemist. In addition, he has taught introduction to the basics of supervision courses, including setting standards for performance, for a number of years.
|Ed Calderone, OHST |
Ed Calderone was born in Beaumont, Texas, in 1946. He attended Northwestern State University and joined the Navy to serve his country during the Vietnam conflict. During his military service, he was trained as a U.S. naval instructor teaching antisubmarine warfare. After receiving more training, he was sent to Beeville, Texas, and served as a flight instructor on both the F-4 and A-4 jets. Leaving the military, he went to work in the petrochemical industry in the environmental group working for Union Carbide in air and wastewater quality. His first experiences with environmental sciences hooked him. Thus, Calderone has a BS in Environmental Science from Trinity University. He is also an OHST. He has run HSE programs for several major companies, including Exterran Energy solutions, Formosa Plastics, and Sigma, and has provided training to hundreds in his tenures. In 2012, Calderone retired from full-time employment and reopened Occupational Training Consultants in Beeville where he lives and works.
|Robert N. Chrest, MPA, CET, CST |
Robert Chrest was born and raised in Baltimore and currently resides in Bel Air, Maryland. He is an independent consultant specializing in OSHA-related training and industrial hygiene assessments for industrial, construction, and maritime clients; health facilities; military bases; and state and local governments. Chrest has developed and delivered safety training classes for over 30 years. He and his wife Lori, a nurse at Mercy Medical Center, have been married 37 years; they have 2 children—Robyn, a parochial school art teacher, and Greg, a physical therapist in Towson. They also have 3 grandsons—Collin, Frank, and Leo—and a granddaughter, Teagan, whom they cherish and watch frequently. Bob enjoys fishing, hiking, Chesapeake Bay excursions, vacationing in the Outer Banks, and is active in church activities and volunteers as ship visitor with the Apostleship of the Sea program.
|Chip Darius, OHST, CSHO, CUSP, CET |
Chip Darius has over 25 years of experience in occupational safety and health for general industry, construction, utilities, and emergency services. As president of Safety Priority Consultants, LLC, he has provided training and consulting in occupational safety and health, OSHA compliance, and safety management systems for well over 750 clients in more than 30 states from coast to coast and internationally. He is an experienced litigation consultant and expert witness in safety-related matters. Darius has served as instructor for the OSHA Training Institute Region 1 Education Center (OTIEC) and adjunct faculty for Keene State College for more than a decade. He holds multiple safety-related certifications, including OHST, CET, CSHO, CUSP, and others. He is an active member of the ASSE and served several terms as a chapter officer. He also is a member of ANSI committees, including Z490.1 and ANSI/ISEA 107.
|Raymond D. Davis, CIPS, CESM, REP, CES, CET, CHMM (fellow), CEHMM |
Raymond Davis is the president and CEO of RL Environmental Consulting and Training, Inc., a division of RL Enterprizes, Inc. Davis has 30 years of experience in environmental, health, safety, security, and sustainability (EHSS&S) program development and delivery of quality EHSS&S consulting, training, and auditing services to both government and private industry in the areas of OSHA General Industry, Construction, Site Disaster Worker/EPA/DOT HAZMAT-DG, Commercial Driver Training Programs, DHS NIMS ICS 300/400 and FEMA Hospital Emergency Response Training (HERT) for Mass Causality Events, national/international ISO 14000, ISO 9001, TS 16949, and ISO 45001 Management System Consulting and Training, and Instructional Technology Consultation (ANSI ISO 17024).
He is a “Fellow CHMM” with the Institute of Hazardous Material Management (IHMM), 2016–2017 PHMSA HMIT Grant lead instructor for the National Partnership for Environmental Technology Education (PETE), and past Dangerous Goods Trainers Association (DGTA) PHMSA HMIT Grant project director and 2015 board of director member.
|Joseph DeMarco, CET |
Joseph DeMarco has over 30 years of diverse experience in environmental and safety management, training, and engineering. He has conducted EHS compliance audits for major international chemical companies and consortiums throughout the United States. He has extensive experience in developing EHS programs and IH sampling programs. When it comes to training, DeMarco is a leader in the field of occupational safety and health instruction. He is an authorized OSHA outreach trainer (for the 10-hour and 30-hour course) and a board-certified trainer in occupational safety and health and all hazards emergency response through NESHTA, which is accredited under the U.S. Council of Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB). Since 1993, he has provided extensive HAZWOPER training and has facilitated numerous hazmat drills for a diverse client base.
|Cassandra Dillon, MS, CESCO, SHEP, CSSM |
Cassandra has over 20 years’ experience in the fields of industrial engineering, environmental, risk management, and occupational safety and health. Her areas of expertise include consulting in the areas of transportation, warehousing/distribution, manufacturing, and oil and gas. Also, as an adjunct professor and consultant, she lectures in the areas of emergency planning, environmental systems, logistics, engineering, risk management, safety, and oil and gas. Dillon holds a BS in Industrial Engineering from Louisiana State University; an MS in Risk Control/Safety Engineering from the University of Wisconsin—Stout. Furthermore, she serves as a member of the Injury Prevention Committee—Texas Governor's EMS and Trauma Advisory Council. Finally, her hobbies include volunteering in the community with Red Cross, Boys and Girls Clubs of America, and other organizations that impact the safety of the community.
|Donald D. Elswick, CET, CSP, CHMM |
Donald Elswick has over 30 years as an environmental, health, safety, and sustainability (EHSS) expert. His teaching experience includes adjunct professor of chemistry at the University of Findlay and STEM coordinator at a private secondary school. His experience includes diverse operations throughout the world implementing strategies for instruction at all age and skill levels. He has conducted consulting and training roles in the chemical industry, high-speed manufacturing, and government sectors. Support and oversight of EHSS systems include expert witness, policies, procedures, standards, and practices development and review. Elswick’s military service encompassed 32 years of commissioned and noncommissioned service in support of health operations. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Masters of Science in Environmental Science at Marshall University. His board certifications include certified environmental trainer (CET#99-878), certified hazardous material manager (CHMM#9854), and certified safety professional (CSP#19460). His philosophy of lifelong learning will transform your organization.
|Claudie L. Marston-Miner, CET, MPH |
Claudie Marston-Miner, has been in the hazardous waste management, safety and transportation industry (as Claudie LM Grout) for over 30 years. During that time, she has provided a wide range of training, consulting & coaching services to manufacturers, transporters, consulting engineers, citizens groups and regulators. Long known for her engaging facilitation style, clients love Claudie’s ability to connect with diverse groups of people in ways that make required training pertinent, very interesting and unexpectedly fun.
|Michael Hall, CHMM, CSMS, CET |
Michael Hall has served as the state director of The California Environmental Health and Safety Training Center at Mission College for 15 years. Additionally, he has worked for the Bureau of Land Management, Georgia Pacific, Hammer Mill, and ran a pesticide application business. Hall has been a trainer for over 35 years and has an extensive background in industry and workplace training. He has conducted training in the following subjects: Bloodborne Pathogens; Workplace Violence; Hazardous Materials and Waste Management; DOT; Federal and California OSHA General Industry Safety Order (GISO) OSHA; Federal and California Incident Command System; Fall Protection; OSHA 8-, 24-, and 40-hour HAZWOPER; and Power Industrial Trucks operator.
|Richard Jessup |
Richard Jessup is a global subject matter expert in health, safety, security, and environmental (HSSE ). He has extensive international experience maintaining currency in all areas: Europe, Africa, Australia, Brazil, South/Central America, Asia, Middle East, and Canada. Trusted safety advisor, trainer. Compliance specialist and risk management. Developer: safety manuals, contingency plans, emergency action plans and safety policies. Develop job hazard analyses and checklists. Expert safety program and safety department audits. Specialties: HSSE competency, expert witness, global safety regulations. Interim safety manager services. SEMS compliance. Jessup has more than 45 years of training experience, including OSHA, NCCER, SAIA, American Red Cross, and National Safety Council. He is fully bilingual in English and Spanish.
|William Katt, CET, CHMM |
William Katt has been involved in EHS compliance for over 20 years. His career began in 1993 at Clean Harbors Environmental Services, Inc., in New Britain, Connecticut, where he rose from field technician to foreman to field service coordinator. In 1999, he moved to Occupational Safety Specialists Corporation (OSS) where he worked as a technical trainer and regional manager. While there, he served as a consultant, developed policies and procedures, and conducted audits.
In 2008, Katt struck out on his own and formed Katt Training and Consulting, LLC (KTC), which serves customers on a national level and offers a wide range of training and consulting services that focus on safety and environmental compliance.
|Robert Kretvix, CIG, CET, CETC |
Robert Kretvix is a certified industrial hygienist (CIH) and certified environmental health and safety trainer (CET) with 36 years of experience in manufacturing, pharmaceutical R&D, and EH&S consulting for a wide variety of private, public, and governmental organizations. Kretvix is fluent in virtually all OSHA General Industry and Construction Safety training topics, as well as DOT Hazardous Materials, RCRA Hazardous Waste, and Radiation Safety. Because of his 20+ years of experience as a volunteer community hazmat emergency responder and safety professional at multiple Superfund hazardous waste sites, he frequently conducts training in all levels of HAZWOPER Emergency Response, Hazardous Waste Site, and FEMA WMD topics. His broad range of experience across many diverse fields allows him to offer both informative and entertaining training, giving his students perspective beyond the primary topics being discussed. He supplements his professional audiovisual instruction with interactive games and hands-on activities whenever possible to keep his students engaged and interested.
|John Marsden, CHST, COSS |
John Marsden is the owner and lead instructor for Marsden Master Safety Training. He is a nuclear-trained submarine-qualified U.S. Navy veteran. He has a bachelor’s degree from Ferris State University in environmental technologies. He is a journeyman steamfitter. He teaches for UCSD Extension OSHA Training Institute and Pacific Safety Center. He was a master OSHA instructor from the National Resource Training Center for over 10 years. Marsden has instructed health and safety classes for over 16 years. He is a general industry, construction, and disaster response outreach trainer. He has taught safety classes for a wide range of construction and general industry crafts all over the country for the United Association, The Center for Construction Research & Training, and others. He has taught apprenticeship and journeyman classes for Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 230 since 1997. Marsden has over 20 years in the HVAC piping industry. The last 11 years he was the assistant service manager for two different companies. His duties included being in charge of safety for the service division.
|Terry Meschke, ASP |
Terry Meschke joined South Central College staff in 2005 with 10 years’ prior experience in residential construction. He was master trainer in the Community College consortium for Health and Safety Training as well as a member of the Minnesota Safety Council and the Midwest Entergy Association. His personal specialties include OSHA 10- and 30-hour construction and general industry, OSHA training institute courses, excavation, fall protection, scaffolding, and ladders. He is also an associate safety professional as of December 2012. He has countless skills and expertise in OSHA and MSHA.
|Patricia Strizak |
Patricia Strizak is the senior health and safety trainer at the Massachusetts Coalition for Occupational Safety & Health (MassCOSH). Before joining MassCOSH, she was the director of training at Brookdale University Hospital & Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York, where she also served as the interim emergency manager. Strizak worked 10 years with Health and Hospitals Corporation, Maspeth, New York, as an emergency medical technician; lieutenant and paramedic before their integration with FDNY. She has worked as an adjunct professor with the City Universities of New York teaching various courses. She became involved in emergency management during 911. She was one of many rescuers responding to the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. She is also an instructor for the Center for Domestic Preparedness in Anniston, Alabama. Strizak is certified as an instructor in areas of health care, emergency management, and safety. She is the recipient of the American Heart Association Life Saver Award, Helene Sloane Award for Health and Nutrition Science, and Nyack Hospital Nursing Excellence in Practice Award for Medical Surgical Nursing.
|Robert Trapani, CET |
Robert Trapani is an environmental engineer with ADOT Equipment Services. At ADOT, he has created and implemented an Environmental Green Shop Award Program to achieve national environmental compliance standards. He has also developed best management practice (BMP) manuals, self-audit checklists to evaluate BMP implementation, and scoring metrics for the assessment of BMPs, culminating with an awards recognition program resulting in environmentally sustainable work practices and a reduction in their environmental footprint. Trapani comes to ADOT from San Francisco, California, where he worked in the maritime industry for over 14 years as an environmental, health, and safety officer. He has a bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University and has worked for the Navy as an environmental chemist in San Diego until 1991 when he moved to the Bay Area. He’s a graduate of the Engineering Management Program at the California Institute of Technology and served on the Hazardous Materials Advisory Board for the city and county of San Francisco. For over 12 years, he has volunteered at the American Red Cross as a CPR/first-aid instructor and is a certified environmental trainer (CET) conducting training seminars for companies throughout the Bay Area as a part-time side business.
|Robert Weston, CSP, CET, CMSP, IS, IU |
Robert Weston is a safety professional at South Central College in North Mankato, Minnesota. In this capacity, he works with local, regional, and national business organizations to design, develop, and deliver safety and health solutions. Weston’s work experience includes active-duty enlistment and honorable discharge from the U.S. Navy; positions of department manager, plant engineer, and technician in industry; and over a dozen years of instructional design and delivery with South Central College.
He holds current credentials from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (CSP, CET); International Society of Mine Safety Professionals (CMSP), and is an authorized OSHA OTI Construction and General Industry outreach trainer. Additionally, he is an MSHA-approved instructor carrying both surface (IS) and underground (IU) certification, as well as being an American Heart Association certified BLS instructor. Weston received his undergraduate degree from Concordia University St. Paul in Organizational Management and Communication.
|Terry Weston, CSP, CMSP |
Terry Weston is a safety and health professional with the Center for Business and Industry (CBI) division of South Central College in North Mankato, Minnesota. He is a subject matter expert for CBI in the areas of OSHA safety and mine safety training. Audience participation and engagement are two themes that drive his training sessions. Using an audience response system to achieve this, as well as introducing individual accountability to the lesson, helps to make his sessions enjoyable and educational. He worked 10 years in general industry manufacturing and 2 years in construction. He has been doing professional training for the past 15+ years throughout the Midwest and beyond.
|Calvin C. Williams, Sr., PhD |
Calvin Williams is owner, president, and CEO of Universal Speakers Bureau (USB) and Professional Safety Training Services, Inc., and is presently available to speak to large corporations; various types of social organizations; business conferences; professional and engineering societies; environmental, health, and safety conferences; etc. Williams has more than 40 years of versatile experience as a safety instructor and manager, construction superintendent, quality control director, contract negotiator, loss prevention manager, and director of environmental engineering. His education includes a BA in Human Services and Business Administration, an MA in Journalism, a Doctorate in Environmental Engineering, and many other professional certifications.
|Robert Zalewski |
Robert Zalewski is a retired career fire officer with over 41 years of experience. In addition, he served in four different capacities for over 19 years in the commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Hazardous Materials Regional Response System. Zalewski is also a hazardous materials/WMD specialist with the Department of Homeland Security’s FEMA Urban Search and Rescue Task Force (MA-TF-1), based out of Beverly, Massachusetts. He is an assistant coordinator for the Hazardous Materials Counterterrorism Training Branch of the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy in addition to instructing for them, and he is an adjunct instructor for the National Fire Academy in Emmitsburg, Maryland. Zalewski is also an instructor for the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency, the Department of Homeland Security (FEMA), the Office of Domestic Preparedness (ODP), and several other public/private entities.
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