Environmental Remediation Job Training Program

Photo of a man wearing a hard hat sitting by the water with a notepad in his hand.

Train for a Rewarding Career and Help Protect Our Environment

Environmental Remediation involves the removal of pollution and contaminants from soil and water in our environment. This career path is incredibly important to keeping both the environment and people healthy.

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Program Details

Certain pollutants could seep into surrounding water supplies and poison those who drink from it, Environmental Remediators prevent tragedies like these from occurring.

This training program is available to residents in the Northwest Regional Area. The training offered under this program is a 40 hour-per-week, 8-week curriculum of instruction in the following:

  • OSHA / EPA laws and regulations;
  • OSHA Hazwoper Training
  • Underground / above ground storage tank
  • removal
  • Blood–borne pathogens;
  • OSHA hazard communications
  • Hazardous material handling
  • Confined space entry
  • Safety awareness in work environment
  • Personal protective equipment and respirators
  • Lead and asbestos abatement
  • RCRA / DOT hazardous and non-hazardous waste generation

Eligibility Requirements

Applicants must:

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Have a GED with a 9th grade reading level, or have a high school diploma
  • Have a birth certificate and social security card
  • Be able to lift 40lbs, pass drug test and physical
  • Have a valid CT driver's license and reliable transportation

Meet the Team

Photo of NCCI Compliance Officer / YB Employment Specialist, Joe Diorio
Name

Joe Diorio

Title

Program Consultant

Phone
203-574-6971 ext. 434

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