Going Green: have you heard the phrase? Of course you have. It’s everywhere right now and it’s used to describe ways people keep the earth safe. What if your job was to go green — to make sure the environment was protected and unharmed by man-made chemicals? Believe it or not, that’s exactly what you can do when you pursue an Environmental Health Safety & Science career through TSTC!
TSTC’s environmental science programs are designed to give you the technical advantage you need to help companies comply with current regulations, codes and standards governed by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Department of Transportation (DOT), and the State of Texas..
TSTC’s star power prep
If you want to learn the in’s and out’s of Environmental Health Safety & Science from experienced, qualified instructors, TSTC is your best choice! Instructors in this field have done just about every imaginable job in the industry: 24-hour Emergency Chemical Spill Responder, OSHA certified Disaster Site Worker, Weapons of Mass Destruction Disaster Site Worker Trainer, Foreign Animal Disease Response Master Trainer, Construction Site Safety Master Instructor, Class D Water Treatment Operator, Class D Wastewater Operator, and Waste Site Worker — to name a few!
TSTC knows the importance of having seasoned veterans when it comes to getting you ready for the expanding industry of Environmental Health Safety & Science. It’s our goal to provide experienced instructors who have inside knowledge of the industry demands and functions.
Small class size
At TSTC, Environmental Health Safety & Science training classes are interactive, thorough, and small. With a student/teacher ratio of 10:1, our instructors work one on one with students to ensure they get the individualized attention and help they need.
One of the most often cited reasons students enjoy and succeed in this program is because of the level of hands-on learning incorporated into the training. Students are not just given books about what they’ll be doing — they go out and do it! This means working in the field with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department; going on site to perform soil, water, and air sampling; handling Hazardous Material Uniforms or HAZ-MAT suits; and even performing chemical and safety audits at businesses! If you want a taste of what this job entails, TSTC is definitely the right place.
TSTC has placed industry professionals in the driver’s seat. Our Advisory Committee members are determining what is taught and how it is conveyed to you so that the methods and technology TSTC incorporates are the desired, front line solutions.