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Introduction to HAZWOPER Retraining

Introduction to HAZWOPER Retraining 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… reminds employees who deal with hazardous materials of the importance of identifying, evaluating and controlling chemical hazards. 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 background of the HAZWOPER regulations, the site safety and health plan, the emergency response plan, site characterization and the site control program, systems of controls and standard operating procedures, personal protective equipment, exposure monitoring, decontamination, medical surveillance programs, and more.


HAZWOPER Safety Orientation

HAZWOPER Safety Orientation covers varying requirements for employee training, depending on an employee’s specific level of involvement with hazardous materials. The course instructs employees about how to reduce or eliminate potential exposure to hazardous materials in their work environments.

Topics covered in this program:
Include preparing for working with hazardous materials, avoiding bad mental habit and complacency, working at the right pace, controlling emotions, adjusting to the limitations of PPE, mental discipline, acquiring information needed to work safely, 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.


HAZWOPER Personal Protective Equipment

HAZWOPER Personal Protective 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 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.

 


HAZWOPER Heat Stress

HAZWOPER Heat Stress 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 the need to guard against heat-related illnesses and what steps they can take to protect themselves in their work environments.

Topics covered in this program:
Include how the body reacts to heat, the role of fluids and minerals, preventing heat-related illnesses, heat rash, heat exhaustion and heat stroke, recognizing symptoms, first aid, acclimatization, 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.


HAZWOPER Fire Prevention

HAZWOPER Fire Prevention 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 the hazards of fire when combined with hazardous material.

Topics covered in this program:
Include the three components of fire, sources of ignition, types of fuel, the four classes of fire, approved storage containers, safety measures during a chemical spill, using fire extinguishers, evacuation procedures, 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.


Exposure Monitoring & Medical Surveillance

Exposure Monitoring & Medical Surveillance 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… discusses various types of exposure monitoring equipment and techniques. The course reviews the concept 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 direct-reading instruments, sampling collection devices, site characterization, general on-site monitoring, perimeter monitoring and personal monitoring, medical surveillance programs, medical examinations and written medical opinions, and more.


HAZWOPER Confined Space Entry

HAZWOPER Confined Space Entry is designed to help employees understand how to reduce or eliminate potential exposure to hazardous materials in confined space work environments as required by 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.

Topics covered in this program:
Include: definitions of confined spaces, hazards encountered in confined spaces, OSHAs permit-space entry program, duties and responsibilities of the entry team, atmospheric testing, protecting entrants in hazardous atmospheres, the use of lifelines in rescue operations, and more.


HAZMAT Labeling

HAZMAT Labeling 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 different labeling systems and how to use these systems 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.

Topics covered in this program:
Include where hazardous materials labels are used, OSHA labeling requirements, common labeling systems, DOT “Hazard Class” labels and placards, the Hazardous Materials Identification System (HMIS), target organ information labels, the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) Labeling System, hazardous waste labels, and more.


Handling Hazardous Materials

Handling Hazardous Materials 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. The course discusses the nature and behavior of hazardous chemicals, and how to reduce or eliminate potential exposure to hazardous materials in their work environments.

Topics covered in this program:
Include physical hazards, flammables/combustibles/explosives/oxidizers, corrosives and irritants, toxic substances and carcinogens, acute and chronic health effects, GHS container labels and SDSs, basic first aid for injuries caused by chemicals, emergency response, spillage / leakage / accident procedures, and more!


Electrical Safety in HAZMAT Environments

Electrical Safety in HAZMAT 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 helps employees understand the hazards of uncontrolled energy in hazardous materials environments, and how to reduce or eliminate these potential hazards.

Topics covered in this program:
Include arcs, sparks and high temperatures, the National Electrical Code’s three HAZMAT Classes, engineering controls, intrinsically safe electrical systems, isolating machinery and work practices, purging, inerting, and pressurization, confines spaces, uncontrolled electrical sources, 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.