Reactives Management provides Department of Transportation (DOT), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) compliance training programs as well as other safety and health-related classes, such as CPR/AED/First Aid. These programs have been designed to efficiently and economically deliver realistic, student-driven, quality training since 1988.
AMERICAN RED CROSS
Reactives Management is a Licensed Training Provider of American Red Cross adult CPR, AED, and First Aid classes. Our classes are designed to meet the needs of workplaces, the general public, schools, and other organizations. Classes are held at our facility in Chesapeake on a monthly basis. Please see the current schedule for dates. Classes can also be held at your location. Please contact Cherie at (757) 436-1033 or firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote.
SAFETY AND COMPLIANCE PROGRAMS
Basic compliance training programs include DOT Hazmat Employee training (including mode-specific classes such as IATA and IMDG), EPA generator and disposal facility personnel programs, and a complete series of OSHA courses, including HAZWOPER, the 10- and 30-hour construction courses, Confined Space Entry, Bloodborne Pathogens (both American Red Cross-certified and non-certified versions are available), Hazard Communication, and others.
RMC also provides specialized courses such as reactives and explosives safety, compressed gas cylinder safety, annual storm water pollution prevention training, and chemical-specific training programs. RMC has conducted UXO recognition, recovery, and disposal training programs for state environmental agencies. RMC has taught customized confined space entry programs to Air Force EOD technicians, fire fighters, and fuel cell maintenance personnel.
COURSE SCHEDULE, PRICING, AND LOCATIONS
Please see the current training schedule for the dates and prices of open-enrollment classes.
All classes can be held just about anywhere in the world. RMC has provided training in Hawaii, the Dominican Republic, and Bahrain as well as in approximately 18 states. Prices for these are based on the length and nature of the course, the location the course is to be held, and the number of students anticipated. Please contact Cherie at (757) 436-1033 or email@example.com for a quote.
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TRAINING PROGRAM LIST
Our most common environmental, health, and safety training programs are listed below.
American Red Cross
- Adult CPR/AED
- Adult CPR/AED/First Aid
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Epi-pen Use
- Advanced CPR/AED
- Basic Life Support
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Confined Space Entry (8 hours)
- Forklift training (usually 3 hours)
- Hazard Communication (revised to include GHS)
- HAZWOPER: 24-hour, 40-hour; First Responder Awareness Level (4 to 8 hours); First Responder Operations Level (16 hours); Hazardous Materials Technician (24 hours); Hazardous Materials Specialist (32 hours); On Scene Incident Commander (40 hours); 8-hour Refresher; HAZWOPER Supervisor (8 hours)
- Safety Standards for the Construction Industry (10- and 30-hour)
- Other specific standards upon request
Environmental Protection Agency
- Hazardous Waste Management (RCRA) - Initial or Refresher (8 hours)
Federal Emergency Management Agency
- Complete Incident Command System series (ICS 100 - 400)
Hazardous Materials Transportation
- U.S. Department of Transportation Hazmat Employee (8 hours)
- **NEW** Lithium batteries (8 hours)
- Customized, mode-specific courses
- Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety
- Hazardous Waste Manifesting (4 hours)
- Hazardous Waste Management for Medical Facilities
- Management of Small Spills & Leaks
- Regulated Medical Waste Management
- Surface Transportation and Removal Service (human remains)
- Annual storm water pollution prevention training
- Chemical-specific programs