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AEHS, Inc.
4402 Center Gate
San Antonio, Texas 78217
(210) 656-9300
fax: (210) 656-8499

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Page last updated:
December 10, 2015

    

AEHS is a San Antonio based firm that is committed to providing quality environmental, occupational health, and safety consulting and training to private industries, abatement firms, military installations, school districts, and hospitals since 1995. Our experience and reputation are our most valuable assets. AEHS offers training in various disciplines such as asbestos, lead, mold, OSHA, and hazardous waste. Last year we trained over 400 individuals throughout the State. See what our clients are saying about us.

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Posted: April 14, 2015
EPA’s Administrator signed a final rule to extend certifications for certain individual renovators (those who received initial certification prior to March 31, 2011) under the RRP Program. . They do not apply to firm certifications or individual renovators that need their initial certification. More...

Posted: February 23, 2015
Some renovation firms have trained employees as EPA certified Renovators but don’t realize the firm must be certified. Training is only one step of the certification process, and that the firms they work for must also be certified. Click here for information about firm certification.

Posted: May 28, 2014
EPA is seeking public comment on the “Framework for Identifying and Evaluating Lead-Based Paint Hazards from Renovation, Repair, and Painting Activities in Public and Commercial Buildings.” The Framework describes a tailored approach for identifying and evaluating potential hazards created by renovations of public and commercial buildings. EPA will consider the public comments as the Agency assesses whether hazards are created by public and commercial building renovations. The Agency will develop proposed requirements to reduce any hazards, if found; such requirements would also be subject to public review and comment. Read a pre-publication copy of the Federal Register announcement and of the Framework; the formal announcement and Framework are expected to publish on May 30, 2014.