Health & Safety Institute (HSI) is offering discounted pricing on its Summit Training Source OSHA 10- and 30-Hour and HAZWOPER 8-, 24- and 40-Hour courses from now until November 30, 2017 to assist with the clean-up efforts from hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
In addition to offering these discounted prices to all businesses and government agencies – whether or not they will be directly involved in the clean-up efforts – HSI will donate a portion of the proceeds from those sales to One America Appeal, the fundraising charity established by the five living former U.S. presidents to specifically help the victims of Harvey and Irma.
“Worker safety will be of critical importance throughout the challenging and difficult recovery work ahead,” explains HSI CEO Chad Birckelbaw. “Following best practices for hazardous waste removal and executing that work correctly within the parameters established by OSHA, the EPA and other regulatory bodies will help ensure the residents of these impacted areas have a strong foundation on which to rebuild their lives, homes and businesses.”
“HSI is proud to support One America Appeal in its efforts to mitigate the impact these natural disasters have made in the lives of so many of our citizens,” says Bill Viveen, HSI CFO.
Businesses and individuals wishing to purchase the discounted courses should go to https://summit.hsi.com and click on Featured Courses. From there, they can choose the course they would like to purchase and use the code RELIEF during the check-out process. For those interested in group purchases, please call 855-280-4258.
For more information about One America Appeal, visit www.oneamericaappeal.org.
About Health & Safety Institute
The Health & Safety Institute (HSI) is a family of well-known and respected brands in the Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) space. Its brands span the broad range of needs in EHS – from emergency care training; to workplace safety training, tracking and reporting; to the management of chemical inventories through software tools and services. HSI is majority owned by The Riverside Company, an operationally oriented global private equity firm founded in 1988.
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