Thursday, October 4, 2018
Thursday, August 16, 2018
An analysis of government job data by the Associated General Contractors of America reveals that the industry’s unemployment rate of 4.5% is the lowest in 11 years. Conversely, the average hourly wage for construction—$29.06—is up 2.3% from last year and nearly 10% more than the average private-sector job.
Having a career in construction is very rewarding and having the CHST certification to back your name exemplifies enhanced professional credibility in the industry. This certification focuses on construction safety management principles and practice and does not require a college degree.
The CHST certification is great for professionals who are interested in pursuing a lasting career in construction or seeking personal as safety and health specialist on construction job sites.
We are offering a 10-session (10 consecutive Saturdays) CHST Exam Prep Course at our Irvine location starting September 8th.
For more information click HERE or click on the graphic above.
Wednesday, July 11, 2018
We have Learning Centers across the U.S. Need to only get yourself of a small group of employees trained? Take advantage of our open-enrollment rates and flexibility.
Click above to view our latest E-marketing piece spotlighting our Learning Center schedule or you can follow the button below.
Remember, special pricing for members of our Affinity Partners! Are you a Veteran? You can get trained for FREE!
Tuesday, June 12, 2018
June 12, 2018 - National Forklift Safety Day
Did you know that there are roughly 62,000 forklift-related accidents each year?
We support National Forklift Safety Day to help spread the message that forklift operator safety is important.
Special pricing for all of our forklift services. Use Promo Code: "NFSD-EHSINC".
We are your experts in:
- Forklift Operator Safety Training
- Forklift Train-The-Trainer
- Forklift Safety Written Program Development
Wednesday, June 6, 2018
ehsInc President/CEO Marjorie Del Toro was recently interviewed by Women Lead Radio Host Michelle Bergquist.
Marjorie shares her personal story about how a childhood and young adult tragedy around workplace safety changed her life.