Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Brandt Instruments, Inc Joins GreenEDU Network

Gonzales, LA - GreenEDU is excited to announce a strategic partnership with Brandt Instruments, Inc. Brandt Instruments has developed its national reputation in the industrial hygiene, safety, environmental and analytical laboratory industries over the past two decades, and has now expanded its role in the health and safety industry by becoming training providers of EPA Lead Certification training in Louisiana. Brandt Instruments is a reliable company that is dedicated to providing its clients with the equipment and training necessary to keep the public safe. We are excited to work with Brandt Instruments, Inc to expand the availability and accessibility of its training options.

Brandt Instruments, Inc, currently provides refresher courses for lead certification training with GreenEDU. Current available courses include Lead Inspector Refresher, Lead Abatement Supervisor Refresher, and Lead Risk Assessor Refresher.

About Brandt Instruments, Inc.Brandt Instruments, Inc has served the industrial hygiene, safety, environmental, and analytical laboratory industries for over 20 years. Their purpose is to provide high quality products, training, technical assistance, and a prompt response to the needs of their clients. After earning her Masters at the University of Florida in 1976, their founder, Deborah J. Brandt, spent time working on both sides of the environmental industry as an urban/environmental planner and a sales representative and manager for environmental product lines. Prior to founding Brandt Instruments, Inc in 1988, her work also included IAQ & HVAC surveys and consulting, as well as IAQ presentations and seminars. She has significant experience teaching lead certification classes, Indoor Air Quality, and mold courses and is certified in each discipline taught by Brandt Instruments. Thanks to her in-the-field experience, she is able to help students meet their goals and improve their productivity.

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