National Environmental, Safety and Health Training Association

NESHTA was founded as the National Environmental Training Association, Inc., in 1977, with assistance and guidance from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, as a quality improvement group for wastewater and drinking water operator training. It quickly grew to include safety, hazmat, and other EHS training specialists. Beginning early in 1980, the association guided the development of the independent Certified Environmental, Safety and Health Trainner (CET) program, an accredited, voluntary certificaiton for EHS training professionals. The accredited Certified Instructional Technologist (CIT) program was added early in the 1990's for other technical training specialists.

National Environmental, Safety and Health Training Association
Phone: 602-956-6099
Contact: Charles L. "Rick" Richardson
2700 N. Central Ave., Ste. 900
Phoenix, AZ 85004-1147
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Area of Operation
U.S. National; limited internation
As a member organization for EH&S trainers of all types, we provide referrals to qualified and certified trainers in all specialties.
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Updated: Aug 03, 2010

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