Changes on the horizon for dust-lead hazard standards

A white building mid-abatement preparation, with windows taped off, plastic covering on the ground, machinery in the background, and visibly peeling paint

Regulatory agents are recognizing that there is no safe level of lead contamination. As part of the effort to mitigate risk accordingly, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing a reduction to dust-lead hazard standards (DLHS).

Introducing Christopher Feaster, our new Business Operations Manager

CHC is pleased to announce the addition of our newest team member, Christopher Feaster, who joined the CHC team in May as Business Operations Manager. Christopher, or Chris as we’ve come to know him, has an extensive background in customer service, having overseen the openings of several major high-end hotels and restaurants in the local […]

Five U.S. States are Leading the Way in Online Training Course Approval

When it comes to moving online environmental safety training forward, these five states are setting a positive example. CHC Training is on a mission to bring online safety training and recertification to every state in the U.S. However, we often run up against state regulatory bodies who are resistant to updating their in-person training requirements. […]

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