Saint Louis University's Center for Environmental Education and Training is an authorized OSHA Training Institute Education Center providing training and education services to professionals in the fields of environmental health and safety.
CEET offers nearly 100 different courses in environmental health and safety, including:
- OSHA - Occupational Safety and Health (PDF)
- Hazardous Materials Management (PDF) - HAZWOPER DOT
- Lead Training (PDF)
- 2021 Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) Policy
Traveling for your training?
Private training can be customized to meet your specific needs. Contract courses can be delivered at SLU or the location of your choice. For course information, contact Dephanie McGill-Brandon, program coordinator, at 314-977-8256 or email@example.com.
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Why choose SLU's Center for Environmental Education and Training?
Designated by the U.S. Department of Labor as an OSHA Training Institute Education Center in 2002, Saint Louis University’s Center for Environmental Education and Training is a nationally recognized program led by director Christopher King, Ph.D.
SLU instructors are environmental health and safety professionals with qualifications and certificates suitable for their assignments. They have a wide range of backgrounds, including business, industry, health care, armed forces, regulatory agencies, research and academics. They bring a wealth of experience to these courses to help you achieve your goals.
CEET courses are appropriately authorized or accredited, so you can be certain you are receiving quality training that meets compliance criteria. Continuing education credits (CEUs) are available. Courses are approved by various entities, including:
- U.S. Department of Labor
Authorized OSHA Training Institute courses offered through the Great Plains OSHA Education Centers.
- Accrediting State Agencies in Missouri and Illinois
Occupational lead programs are accredited by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services and the Illinois Department of Public Health.
Hazardous material training is recognized by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) through the Partnership for Environmental Training and Education (PETE).
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) courses are accredited by the EPA.
- Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education approves our training for vocational rehabilitation and workforce development training
CEET offers several non-credit certificate programs which can help you acquire the credentials you need to advance your environmental health and safety career:
- Specialist in Safety and Health (SSH) (PDF)
- Certified Safety and Health Official (CSHO) (PDF)
- Safety, Health and Environmental Professional (SHEP)
- Public Sector Safety and Health Certificate
- Environmental Job Training Program