ECS Smoke School is a full service EPA Method 9 & 22 smoke school certification provider. We provide the field test certification as well as the classroom lecture certification.
With a combined 50 years of experience in air quality, smoke school instruction, and environmental specialist duties, you can have confidence in your certification from ECS Smoke School.
Start Times Our schools are one day in duration, usually starting at 8 - 9 a.m. and finish around 11 - 1 p.m.
Please check the SCHEDULE link for start times for the school location you plan to attend. Start times may vary depending on location.
We do provide water and soft drinks at our schools, free of charge. Depending on location, we may also serve coffee and/or donuts in the morning.
What To Bring
Please bring a folding chair. We will have some available, but in limited quantity. Dress properly in accordance with the weather forecast. In the winter you may be exposed to the elements, so dress accordingly, or bring warm outerwear just in case.
For warmer times of the year bring sunscreen or a hat if you need it.
We provide all the testing materials - pens, forms, clipboard, etc...
Forms of payment accepted
We accept personal or business checks and credit cards.
Please click on the Our Fees link in the green box to the left.
We are also available to conduct private/onsite schools at your plant or place of business. Email or call us to check availability.
Jason Bennett Instructor/Operator
Smoke school Instructor/Machine Operator.
Conducted over 100 smokeschool certification sessions as an instructor/operator in the states of LA, AR, MS, FL, GA, TX, OH & MI.
Classroom Instructor/Operator Conducted over 100 smoke school certification sessions as a Machine Operator/Field & Classroom Instructor.
Employed by Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) for over 23 years, duties and positions included: environmental specialist - air quality & solid waste division, small business assistance program, program manager of LDEQ municipal facilities division, confidential assistant to LDEQ secretary.
Classroom Instructor/Operator Smoke school Machine Operator/Field & Classroom Instructor. 32 year veteran of Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) as a Senior Environmental Scientist. Duties and positions included: asbestos-related demolition, staff assistant 2010 Gulf oil spill, agency wide QA and QA auditor training, visible emissions (smoke school) training for surveillance division air quality inspectors, environmental inspections report writing, development and maintenance of SOP's, inspector training for air and water quality inspectors, Bachelor of Science Degree from LSU.
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