Our Qualifications

We are committed to developing new and innovative approaches to successfully complete all projects by applying state-of-the-art technology, to achieve full compliance with all applicable regulatory requirements and standards while seeking the most cost-effective solutions for our clients.

Safety: Horizon’s Top Priority

Safety extends beyond onsite activity, taking place before, during, and even after the job. That’s why all Horizon emergency response employees undergo rigorous and diverse training, including HAZWOPER, confined space training and site-specific training based on individual refineries and other locations. Horizon’s TWIC-certified team members can also gain access to almost all chemical plants and other high-risk locations. Our team members use the right personal protection equipment (PPE) such as the right suits, gloves, hard hats, safety glasses and respirators for each and every situation. Even during the most extreme HAZMAT acid spills and oil spill scenarios, we use our extensive experience to protect the well-being of our team.  

Company Credentials


Minimum Training for all Employees

  • 40-hour HAZWOPER (1910.120)
  • Annual 8-hour HAZWOPER refresher
  • Confined Space (Entry Level)
  • Respiratory protection (Supplied Air)
  • Boom Deployment
  • Lead Awareness
  • 15-hour Disaster Site Worker


Specialty Training

  • OQ Certification (NCCER)
  • Excavation Competent Person
  • Incident Command System (ICS)
  • Air Monitoring
  • Oil Skimmer Operations
  • Boat Operations

Horizon Environmental is a proud member of the Spill Control Association of America.

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