Training Provider: ClickSafety
This OSHA HAZWOPER 16-Hour Online Anytime course was designed for general site workers who have already taken 24 hours of HAZWOPER training but now need to meet their HAZWOPER 40-Hour requirement.
This course focuses on air monitoring and hazard detection, respiratory protection, and chemical protective clothing for sites where exposures can be expected to exceed permissible and published exposure limits. Emergency response protocols and principles of site excavation are also discussed.
A general site worker who is potentially exposed to hazardous substances or health hazards is required to have 40 hours of hazardous waste operations and emergency response (HAZWOPER) training, along with three days of supervised field experience. To become a general site worker under these conditions, or if wearing a respirator becomes a job requirement, those certified with 24 hours of HAZWOPER training must take an additional 16 hours to reach the minimum 40 hours required by OSHA. This additional 16 hours of training, along with two additional days of supervised field experience, combine to meet the requirements specified in paragraph (e)(3)(i) of the OSHA HAZWOPER standard, 29 CFR 1910.120.
To be in compliance with OSHA HAZWOPER regulations, students will also need to obtain additional site-specific training, along with two days of actual field experience under the direct supervision of a trained experienced supervisor. The two days of field experience is in addition to the one day required for OSHA 24-hour training certification.
Upon successful completion of the course, each student will get a Certificate of Completion that will show the 1.6 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and 16 Contact Hours received for this course.
Following this training the student should be able to identify important principles with regard to:
Also, supervisors and managers with 24 hours of HAZWOPER training who are directly responsible for, or who are in charge of general site workers engaged in hazardous waste operations, may take this course to fulfill the 40-hour OSHA training requirement found in 1910.120, paragraph (e)(4). Note: Paragraph (e)(4) has additional training requirements, beyond 40 hours of initial training, for managers and supervisors.
Features and Benefits
|Certificates||Printable training certificates are issued to students at the completion of the course. For OSHA 10 or 30 hour, please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery of your valid OSHA Card.|
ClickSafety’s online learning management, compliance and documentation solutions help organizations execute their training objectives and build world-class safety cultures. Since 1999, ClickSafety’s training solutions have been deployed to over 10,000 organizations worldwide, including leading construction, general industry and engineering firms. Its safety training solutions are flexible, customizable and interactive, presenting a "student-centered" approach that is designed to enhance learning and retention. ClickSafety has established a reputation for providing industry-leading safety training to the country's premier construction and general industry firms, enabling them to build sustainable safety cultures. Its partnership with IACET and adherence to the ANSI/IACET 1-2013 Standard addressing the Design, Development, Administration and Evaluation of our safety course development program is a demonstration of its commitment to lifelong learning and high standards for education during an individual’s entire professional career. ClickSafety was the first OSHA Outreach Training Provider to deliver both the OSHA 10-Hour and OSHA 30-Hour safety training courses online. Today, ClickSafety employs an in-house team of Certified Safety Professionals (CSP), Certified Industrial Hygienists (CIH) and other industry professionals to create and maintain the most comprehensive and up-to-date catalog of online safety training courses available. ClickSafety is headquartered in Walnut Creek, California, and offers over 300 interactive training courses, including more than 55 courses in Spanish, to help organizations promote and foster a strong safety culture.