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Work Practices and Engineering Controls

Work Practices and Engineering Controls is designed to help facilities comply with OSHA’s HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120). As part of these regulations, there are varying requirements for employee training, depending on an employee’s specific level of involvement with hazardous materials. The course help employees to understand the nature and behavior of hazardous chemicals, and how to reduce or eliminate potential exposure to hazardous materials in their work environments. Hazardous materials and waste are part of many work situations, and can be found on many types of job sites. It is so important that employees know how to recognize these potentially dangerous substances, as well as how to handle and dispose of them properly, that OSHA mandates that anyone working with these substances receive comprehensive training in this area. Areas covered in the course include HAZMAT work practices, HAZMAT engineering controls, The site safety and health plan, responsibilities of the site safety and health officer, ventilation systems, remote-controlled equipment, the use of eyewash stations, and more.


Understanding HAZWOPER

Understanding HAZWOPER is designed to help facilities comply with OSHA’s HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120). As part of these regulations, there are varying requirements for employee training, depending on an employee’s specific level of involvement with hazardous materials. Hazardous materials and waste are part of many work situations, and can be found on many types of job sites. It is so important that employees know how to recognize these potentially dangerous substances, as well as how to handle and dispose of them properly, that OSHA mandates that anyone working with these substances receive comprehensive training in this area. The course is designed to explain the regulations and to help employees begin to reduce or eliminate potential exposure to hazardous materials in their work environments.

Topics covered in this program:
Include history of the HAZWOPER regulations, definitions of hazardous chemicals and waste, GHS container labels and Safety Data Sheets (SDSs), the site safety and health plan, HAZWOPER training requirements, the site control program, monitoring of hazardous substances, the medical surveillance program, decontamination, and more.


Understanding Chemical Hazards

Understanding Chemical Hazards is designed to help facilities comply with OSHA’s HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120). As part of these regulations, there are varying requirements for employee training, depending on an employee’s specific level of involvement with hazardous materials. The course… part of the HAZWOPER Annual Retraining Series… introduces employees to chemical hazard regulations and provides training on the various types of hazardous chemicals found in industrial environments. Hazardous materials and waste are part of many work situations, and can be found on many types of job sites. It is so important that employees know how to recognize these potentially dangerous substances, as well as how to handle and dispose of them properly, that OSHA mandates that anyone working with these substances receive comprehensive training in this area.

Topics covered in this program:
Include chemical hazard concepts, types of hazardous chemicals, characteristics and effects of various types of chemicals, the GHS Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and container labeling, safe handling practices, use of personal protective equipment, spills and cleanup, and more.


The Emergency Response Plan

The Emergency Response Plan is designed to help facilities comply with OSHA’s HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120). As part of these regulations, there are varying requirements for employee training, depending on an employee’s specific level of involvement with hazardous materials. The course helps employees understand how emergency planning can reduce or eliminate potential exposure to hazardous materials in crisis situations. Hazardous materials and waste are part of many work situations, and can be found on many types of job sites. It is so important that employees know how to recognize these potentially dangerous substances, as well as how to handle and dispose of them properly, that OSHA mandates that anyone working with these substances receive comprehensive training in this area.

Topics covered in this program:
Include the purpose of an emergency response plan, the chain of command, responsibilities of the incident commander, responsibilities of the HAZMAT specialist, responsibilities of the HAZMAT technician, responsibilities of the first responder, communication procedures and the buddy system, personal protective equipment, and more.


Site Safety and Health Plan

Site Safety and Health Plan is designed to help facilities comply with OSHA’s HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120). As part of these regulations, there are varying requirements for employee training, depending on an employee’s specific level of involvement with hazardous materials. The course summarizes the various aspects of the Plan which is used in a hazardous materials facility or operation, and how the Plan helps to protect the health of anyone who regularly works around hazardous materials.

Topics covered in this program:
Include Plan guidelines, medical surveillance, job hazard analysis, the five levels of training and responsibilities for HAZMAT emergency responders, site evaluation, personal protective equipment, spill cleanup procedures, decontamination, and more. Hazardous materials and waste are part of many work situations, and can be found on many types of job sites. It is so important that employees know how to recognize these potentially dangerous substances, as well as how to handle and dispose of them properly, that OSHA mandates that anyone working with these substances receive comprehensive training in this area.


Safety Data Sheets in HAZWOPER Environments

Safety Data Sheets in HAZWOPER Environments is designed to help facilities comply with OSHA’s HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120). As part of these regulations, there are varying requirements for employee training, depending on an employee’s specific level of involvement with hazardous materials. The course educates employees about the GHS SDS format and reviews how the information in an SDS can help them work safely with potentially hazardous chemicals.

Topics covered in this program:
Include GHS Safety Data Sheets, materials and their hazards, hazardous materials emergencies, handling hazardous materials, other important SDS information, and more.


Respiratory Protection and Safety

Respiratory Protection is designed to help facilities comply with OSHA’s HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120). As part of these regulations, there are varying requirements for employee training, depending on an employee’s specific level of involvement with hazardous materials. Hazardous materials and waste are part of many work situations, and can be found on many types of job sites. It is so important that employees know how to recognize these potentially dangerous substances, as well as how to handle and dispose of them properly, that OSHA mandates that anyone working with these substances receive comprehensive training in this area. The course helps employees understand how the use of respiratory protection can reduce or eliminate potential exposure to hazardous materials in their work environments.

Topics covered in this program:
Include when respirators are needed, basic types of respirators, classifications of respirator filters, supplied air respirators (SARs), self-contained breathing apparatuses (SCBAs), proper fit-testing of respirators, cleaning and maintenance of respirators, and more!


Personal Protective Equipment & Decontamination Procedures

Personal Protective Equipment & Decontamination Procedures is designed to help facilities comply with OSHA’s HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120). As part of these regulations, there are varying requirements for employee training, depending on an employee’s specific level of involvement with hazardous materials. The course… part of the HAZWOPER Annual Retraining Series… instructs employees on the appropriate use of personal protective equipment (such as chemical protective clothing) as well as how to remove contaminants that accumulate on clothing and equipment. Hazardous materials and waste are part of many work situations, and can be found on many types of job sites. It is so important that employees know how to recognize these potentially dangerous substances, as well as how to handle and dispose of them properly, that OSHA mandates that anyone working with these substances receive comprehensive training in this area.

Topics covered in this program:
Include safe work practices, engineering controls, levels of personal protection, heat stress, the need for decontamination, the Contamination Reduction Corridor (CRC), and more.


Monitoring Procedures and Equipment

Monitoring Procedures and Equipment is designed to help facilities comply with OSHA’s HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120). As part of these regulations, there are varying requirements for employee training, depending on an employee’s specific level of involvement with hazardous materials. The course discusses the importance of detecting hazardous materials, as well as the equipment and procedures used in the process. Hazardous materials and waste are part of many work situations, and can be found on many types of job sites. It is so important that employees know how to recognize these potentially dangerous substances, as well as how to handle and dispose of them properly, that OSHA mandates that anyone working with these substances receive comprehensive training in this area.

Topics covered in this program:
Include detecting hazardous materials, direct-reading monitoring instruments, sampling collection devices, hazards that are Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health (IDLH), confined spaces, general on-site monitoring, perimeter, periodic and personal monitoring, and more.


Medical Surveillance Programs

Medical Surveillance Programs is designed to help facilities comply with OSHA’s HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120). As part of these regulations, there are varying requirements for employee training, depending on an employee’s specific level of involvement with hazardous materials. The course discusses various types of medical surveillance and how it is used to evaluate the health of anyone who regularly works around hazardous materials. Hazardous materials and waste are part of many work situations, and can be found on many types of job sites. It is so important that employees know how to recognize these potentially dangerous substances, as well as how to handle and dispose of them properly, that OSHA mandates that anyone working with these substances receive comprehensive training in this area.

Topics covered in this program:
Include the definition of medical surveillance, medical examinations, permissible exposure limits (PELs), the written medical opinion, medical records, and more.