Frequently Asked Questions

Hosting a course is a cost effective way to train your staff.  Just submit your request here and we will contact you about the next steps.
If you are an agency willing to host a course but don’t feel you have enough students to participate, please contact us so we can utilized the benefits of open-enrollment to make this training feasible.

Courses may be enhanced to address specific areas of concern or interest, such as company site specific concerns and chemical specific hazards. Content can be adapted to reflect the materials or hazards that employees are exposed to, the type of operations performed by the company, and the company’s specific Standard Operating Procedures.

Yes, combining multiple topics simplifies documentation and scheduling, while meeting many mandated requirements. It also provides continuity in training and team building, and often saves time and money by eliminating redundancy between classes. Please contact us if you are interested in this.

Many courses are taught through the California Community Colleges, making it possible for students to earn community college semester units. Please contact us for more information.

All our course presentations meet and/or exceed training requirements established by federal regulations such as OSHA, EPA, Department of Transportation, NFPA, and State Fire Marshals.

Please contact us as soon as possible so we can review the situation and process a refund.

Industrial Emergency Council will make an effort to minimize any course cancellations, however, we reserve the right to cancel courses due to low enrollment. Students will receive a full refund for a cancellation by IEC.

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