Environmental Health and Safety Training Center at Mission College


Welcome to the Environmental Health & Safety Training Center at Mission College

Your Site – Our Training!

The EH+S Training Center at Mission College was established to assist our clients to operate in conformance with Local, State, and Federal Environmental, Health and Safety laws, regulations, ordinances and regulations.

Our Services to Business, Industry and Public Agencies Include:

  • Provide Relevant and Affordable Environmental Health & Safety Training
  • Create Customized Employee Training
  • Develop Regional Solutions for Environmental, Health & Safety workforce development
  • Assist in Writing and Analyzing Compliance Documents
  • Promote Pollution Prevention and Waste Source Reduction
  • Serve as an EH&S Referral Resource

For Curriculum Questions, Course Offerings, and On-Site Training, Please Contact:


Rob Gamble, Director
Community/Business Engagement & Workforce Development

Mark Zamzow, Coordinator
Environmental Health & Safety (EH+S) Training Center/Community Education

Mission College
3000 Mission College Blvd MS/13
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Phone: (408) 855-5255
Fax: (408) 855-5480
Email: Rob.Gamble@missioncollege.edu


Current Catalog


Underground Storage Tanks Workshop
8 am to 4 pm
Mission College
Gillmor Center, Room GC-226
To register see email-below.


Title 22 HWH / DOT 49 CFR Workshop
8 am to 12 pm
Mission College
Gillmor Center, Room GC-229
To register see email-below.

Registration for the above Workshop's is Advised but not required. Walks-ins accepted.


To obtain a copy of the Catalog please email Rob Gamble <Rob.Gamble@missioncollege.edu>.

Register Today!



To obtain a copy of the Class Registration Form please email Rob Gamble <Rob.Gamble@missioncollege.edu>.

Quick Links

Mission College – Campus Map, Directions and Parking. Click here.

Earn REHS Contact Hours!

The EHS Training Center is an Approved Accreditation Agency for REHS Contact hours. Now you can maintain your continuing education requirement with approved courses from the Northern California Environmental Health & Safety Training Center. See our current training schedule or go to the CDPH web site for more information.