About us

WST LogoOur Mission – to improve the safety and health of workers and communities. Workplace Safety Training program is committed to training first responders to respond safely and effectively to emergencies involving hazardous materials. We provide grant funded training public safety personnel and Native American tribes. We also office limited fee-supported courses on an open-enrollment or contract basis. The program boasts full-time safety professionals, and over twenty years experience training workers.

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Why Train Workers? What are some of the reasons you should invest the time and money to train your workers? Trainees Report on Positive Outcomes of our Training Each student is asked to evaluate their classroom experience at the end of each course. We consistently have over 99% indicate that they would recommend the course to others. We also ask our students to share anecdotal accounts of how our training helped them stay safe while performing their jobs. Click here to see some of these stories.

Trainer Support Network (TSN) If you plan to teach your peers the information you learn in one of our grant supported classes, you may have access to the training materials we use. All we ask from you is that you supply us with enrollment information using our Peer Training Report Form . We report these secondary training numbers to NIEHS, the organization that funds our programs. This ensures that these quality programs can continue to be offered.

We are in the process of reestablishing this support site.  You can learn more about the TSN by contacting Melody Izard at mizard@alabamafirecollege.org. Melody contact you as soon as materials are available for download and will provide you with instructions and a user name and password that will allow you to access the TSN. If you already have your user infomration you may click here for access to teaching materials for our programs.

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