our  Company

Our courses are presented by practicing environmental experts who bring deep theoretical knowledge of remediation practices and regulations as well as extensive hands-on experience from the field.

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​Get to know our experienced remediation and workforce training team; they’ve got experience, skills, and a desire to help. Each member is fully dedicated to our common purpose: providing training solutions 100% applicable to the real life situations. Our state-of-the-art practices and intensive hands-on approach help prepare individuals and companies alike for numerous health and safety issues we often come to face in the field.

our team

Before he entered environmental remediation field, Bill held a Supervisor position in The Grey Iron Foundry for 27 years. His extensive experience with enforcing safety and sanitation regulations landed him into the environmental abatement field, where he spent the last 9 years working as an Abatement Worker, Supervisor, and Inspector. Bill’s multifaceted and continuous education combined with decades of hands-on experience make him an expert in passing his knowledge down as an instructor.

Rick is a senior industrial hygienist and hazardous waste specialist with 30 years of industrial hygiene, occupational safety and health compliance and support, training, and management experience. His resume includes hundreds of projects ranging from hazardous waste site assessments to industrial hygiene surveys, asbestos evaluation, abatement and remediation, lead-based paint, and training course development and presentation. Mr. Johnson also serves as an expert witness in industrial hygiene litigation. ​

Bill storlie

environmental services manager

We are an Idaho-based professional training  and consulting organization offering standardized and customized environmental and workplace safety solutions for today's ever-changing workplace.


Our training program is designed in accordance with the EPA Model Accreditation Plan, the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA), requirements under Section 206 of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards, Washington State Department of Labor & Industries and Utah State Department of Environmental Quality, as applicable.​

We also offer full range of environmental consulting and remediation services - visit our Services page for more details.



rick johnson, cih

training program manager

(855) 664-9178