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This 5-day virtual training course is required for site workers regularly on site engaged in hazardous substance removal or other activities which expose or potentially expose workers to hazardous substances and health hazards.
Students receive the following: E-Student Manual; Access to online Student Profile Page to view E-Certificate and E-Student Training Record Card. NOTE: Electronic version of the current Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG) is used as a resource for this training.
Technical Requirements for Online Training:
Participants must use a web-enabled device with webcam, speakers, and an internet connection. For best learning experience, we encourage the use of a desktop/laptop computer. If using a tablet, an app will need to be downloaded. Microphones are optional but recommended. There is a chat menu for those without microphones. We do not recommend using a smartphone, however have yours handy. It will be used as a training aid. Webcams are also recommended. You can temporarily disable your webcam at any time (breaks, short exits, etc). For your own privacy, you have the option to add a webcam virtual background image.
Why Should You Take This HAZWOPER Initial - 40 Hour Course?
The Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) - 40 Hour training is a 5-day advanced level course with site-specific requirements and information pertaining to hazardous waste sites and operations in accordance with the requirements for health and safety training in the OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.120.
The HAZWOPER Standard covers five (5) specific areas of operations, including:
Intended Audience: This course is required for anyone engaged in hazardous substance removal or other activities which may expose them to hazardous substances and health hazards on a regulated hazardous waste site. The course includes a combination of lectures, class exercises and hands-on training.
Topics To Be Covered Include:
How Does HAZWOPER and HAZMAT Differ?
Hazardous Material: A substance (gas, liquid, or solid) capable of creating harm to people, the environment, and/or property. Some examples include: solvents, paints, gasoline, adhesives, lubricants, etc.
Hazardous Waste: A contaminated chemical or by-product of a production process Â›that no longer serves its purpose, and needs to be disposed of properly by EPA and DOT laws/regulations.
HAZMAT: Is often used when discussing the transport of hazardous materials, but any aspect of hazardous materials production, transport, use, disposal, or cleanup is covered under this standard.
HAZWOPER: Refers to ALL training that deals with hazardous waste operation and emergency response to chemical spills or releases - Toxicity, Volatility, Flammability, Explosiveness, Corrosiveness.
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Live Online Training for CA, Online, CA 00000
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