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Hurricane season is upon us, now through the end of November. Stay smart and stay safe by preparing yourself and your family for a potential disaster.

Check out our blog for some top hurricane preparedness tips that can help you weather a storm:
https://ecatts.wordpress.com

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Enhancements have been made to your existing #ContractorTraining. New Knowledge Checks have recently been added to assist in your learning experience. These Knowledge Checks act as guides to ensure your knowledge of the material and give you better comprehension of the training. View the list of modules recently updated on our blog now:
https://ecatts.wordpress.com

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More Knowledge Checks have recently been added to our state training modules! This enhanced user experience to test your comprehension of the material can now be found on many of our state modules. Visit our blog to view the full list: https://ecatts.wordpress.com.

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Happy Earth Day! Get outside and do something nice for your environment!
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Exciting news for the ECATTS/ESOHTN team! We have officially been accepted as a Certified Woman Owned Small Business and are now a corporate member of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council’s (WBENC) Network!
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Spring Newsletters are out! Check them out now on ecatts.com.
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Spring has sprung! Keep an eye out for our spring newsletters coming out early April. Or, better yet, sign up to receive yours directly. Just visit our website at ecatts.com and sign up on our homepage.
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Happy #Internationalwomensday to all you strong, smart and courageous women out there. At ECATTS/ESOHTN, we take pride that our company is #womanowned!

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World Wildlife Day 2017 is focused on encouraging youth around the world to rally together to address ongoing major threats to wildlife. This includes habitat change, over-exploitation or illicit trafficking.

“Governments, law makers, enforcement officers, customs officials and park rangers across every region are scaling up their efforts to protect wildlife. It is also up to every citizen, young and old, to protect wildlife and their habitats. We all have a role to play.”

Participating in events and getting involved are great opportunities to help raise awareness and take action in order to be part of the solution.

Events near you and around the world: http://wildlifeday.org/content/events
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