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OSHA HAZWOPER per 29 CFR 1910.120 (e)

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OSHA HAZWOPER 40 Hour Online

course is designed for individuals seeking initial Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) certification for work in compliance with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120(e) regulations. The 40-hour HAZWOPER training is a standard requirement for general site workers who are engaged in hazardous substance removal or other activities which could expose or potentially expose them to hazardous substances.
OSHA requires that workers must have 40-hours of initial training and at least three days of actual field experience under the direct supervision of a trained, experienced supervisor.

Some of the benefits of HAZWOPER OSHA Online Training:

Mobility

This course is taken entirely online, and the material can be accessed anywhere, anytime from a computer, iPad®, iPhone®, or an Android® device of your choice. All you need is a fast internet connection and access to a web browser.
All of our courses are built using HTML 5, making them more compatible with the browser on your mobile device (e.g., smartphone or tablet).

Self-Paced

As a learner, you are able to learn at your own pace and even participate in courses when you are on-the-go. There's no need to take the training in a single sitting. Start and stop as often as you want. Our cloud based system tracks your progress, allowing you to switch between your computer and mobile devices without retaking any training content. You can stop training in the middle of a lesson on one device and pick it up at the same spot on another. There is no need to complete an entire lesson in order to move from one device to another.

Interactive & Engaging Content

Our Interactive course adds more value for the learner - by creating a two-way dialogue – enabling a personalized, user-focused experience from start to finish.
We periodically update content and add new videos, graphics and animations to make user experience easy and plausible and to keep the content fresh and as lively as possible.

Fully Narrated

All of our courses are narrated by professional narrators, who KNOW how to bring their words to life in a enthusiastic, conversational tone. We firmly believe that the right voice can help elevate your learning experience.
Please click here to view demo.

Certificate & Wallet ID

Once you complete the 40 hours of required study time, you can take the final exam. Upon passing the final exam you will receive an electronic certificate of completion which will be emailed to you immediately. Hard copy and Plastic Wallet Card certificates will arrive in U.S. mail within 2-3 weeks.

24/7 Support

Online Support: 24/7, 365-days per year
Telephone Support: Mon-Sat 8am - 5pm (PST)
Our instructors are quick to respond, as we are firm believers that the most important attribute of good customer service, is a fast response time.

Course Lessons

This course consists of 18 modules broken down into 80 lessons. Students are required to take each lesson in sequential order as listed below.

Course Content

Lessons
1

40-HOUR HAZWOPER TRAINING: INTRODUCTION

2

Module 1: Regulatory Overview

3

Module 2: Planning and Organization

4

Module 3: Site Characterization

5

Module 4: Medical Surveillance

6

Module 5: Toxicology

7

Module 6: Hazard Classification

8

Module 7: Chemical Hazards

9

Module 8: Radiological Hazards

10

Module 9: Respiratory Protection

11

Module 10: Personal Protective Equipment

12

Module 11: Decontamination

13

Module 12: Air Monitoring

14

Module 13: Compressed Gases

15

Module 14: Material Sampling and Analysis

16

Module 15: Handling Drums

17

Module 16: Confined Spaces

18

Module 17: Excavations

19

Module 18: Emergency Response Procedures

20

Final Examination

The core objective of the 40 Hour HAZWOPER training is to meet OSHA’s HAZWOPER training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120(e)(3)(i) for general industry. According to this standard once workers have completed the initial 40 hours of training, the worker must get supervised field experience.

According to 29 CFR 1910.120(e)(3)(i)

General site workers (such as equipment operators, general laborers and supervisory personnel) engaged in hazardous substance removal or other activities which expose or potentially expose workers to hazardous substances and health hazards shall receive a minimum of 40 hours of instruction off the site, and a minimum of three days actual field experience under the direct supervision of a trained experienced supervisor.

Course Objectives

After course completion the following learning objectives will be achieved:

  • Fully understand OSHA regulations and requirements related to general site workers;
  • Comprehend OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard and Globally Harmonized System (GHS);
  • Understand the importance of an effective Health and Safety Program;
  • Identify potentially hazardous situations involving corrosives, solvents, oxidizers and reactive chemicals;
  • Understand basic toxicology principles and how they are related to chemical exposure;
  • Understand the principles of decontamination as well as levels of decontamination and its methods;
  • Understand site characterization by identifying site hazards and steps to minimize these hazards;
  • Understand the uses of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and how to identify and select the correct PPE related to a particular worksite;
  • Understand the components of an effective Medical Surveillance Program;
  • Understanding of the various considerations in an emergency situation and the training and actions needed for personnel safety and the safety of others;
  • An awareness of confined spaces;
  • Understand procedures for safe handling, storage, and transportation of compressed gas cylinders;
  • Recognize the detection and monitoring tools available to the worker.

This course is designed by OSHA Certified Outreach Trainers, and is updated and reviewed as soon as new requirements or regulations are released by OSHA. The course meets and exceeds the compliance requirements with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120(e) regulations.

HAZWOPER Certification

Once the course is completed, you will immediately be able to download, save or print your 40 Hour HAZWOPER Certificate of Course Completion which is provided in PDF format. Hard copy and Plastic Wallet Card certificates will arrive in U.S. mail within 2-3 weeks.

Training Requirements

OSHA requires that workers must have 40-hours of initial training off the site and at least three days of supervised field experience before they are allowed to enter the work site. The three-day field experience under a trained and qualified supervisor is the responsibility of the employer. OSHA also requires an annual 8-hour refresher course thereafter, in order to maintain this initial certification.

A FINAL NOTE

It is important to remember that you are taking the online version of the 40-hour HAZWOPER training; required by OSHA for general site workers engaged in activities involving hazardous substances. The hands-on training and field experience required by the HAZWOPER Standard are not a part of this course.

It is ultimately the responsibility of the employer to provide adequate training to its employees depending on their job type and experience; and to meet OSHA requirements in the process.

Online Training on Mobile Devices

Flexibility is not limited to any one place or time anymore! Take our online training on your computer or from the comfort of your own palm.

Our Learning Management System tracks your progress, allowing you to switch between your computer and mobile device without retaking any training content.

Supported Browsers

  • It has 12-month validity and can be maintained by taking the 8 Hour HAZWOPER Refresher course thereafter.
  • Yes, it expires in 12 months and thereafter a renewal is mandatory.
  • Either by taking the 8 Hour HAZWOPER Refresher course or by re-taking the OSHA 40 Hour HAZWOPER certificate course.
  • The course meets and exceeds the compliance requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120(e) regulations.
  • The certification covers the General Site Clean-up provision.
  • General site workers who are engaged in hazardous substance removal or other activities which could expose or potentially expose them to hazardous substances.
  • Workers who handle contaminated waste, soil, water, etc.
  • Workers who handle tanks which store/treat and pipes which pump in/out contaminated waste.
  • Workers who may work near sites which release contaminated waste.
  • Workers who may work near sites which are contaminated such as hazardous waste treatment plants.
  • Clean-up operations crews of hazardous waste sites.
  • Workers who work with emergency response team which handle or may be exposed to contaminated substances.
  • Workers who work at a listed or proposed for listing site under the Superfund National Priority List (NPL).
  • Workers who conduct operations at corrective action sites under the purview of U.S. EPA's Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).
  • The OSHA 40 Hour HAZWOPER course is targeted at workers who are exposed to contaminated substances which exceed the Permissible Exposure Limits (PELs) and hence, must wear the appropriate personal protective equipment.
  • The OSHA 24 Hour HAZWOPER course is targeted at workers working at contaminated sites but undertake work tasks which do not expose them to hazardous substances at or above the PELs.
Our

OSHA HAZWOPER 40 Hour Online

course is designed for individuals seeking initial Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) certification for work in compliance with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120(e) regulations. The 40-hour HAZWOPER training is a standard requirement for general site workers who are engaged in hazardous substance removal or other activities which could expose or potentially expose them to hazardous substances.
OSHA requires that workers must have 40-hours of initial training and at least three days of actual field experience under the direct supervision of a trained, experienced supervisor.

Some of the benefits of HAZWOPER OSHA Online Training:

Mobility

This course is taken entirely online, and the material can be accessed anywhere, anytime from a computer, iPad®, iPhone®, or an Android® device of your choice. All you need is a fast internet connection and access to a web browser.
All of our courses are built using HTML 5, making them more compatible with the browser on your mobile device (e.g., smartphone or tablet).

Self-Paced

As a learner, you are able to learn at your own pace and even participate in courses when you are on-the-go. There's no need to take the training in a single sitting. Start and stop as often as you want. Our cloud based system tracks your progress, allowing you to switch between your computer and mobile devices without retaking any training content. You can stop training in the middle of a lesson on one device and pick it up at the same spot on another. There is no need to complete an entire lesson in order to move from one device to another.

Interactive & Engaging Content

Our Interactive course adds more value for the learner - by creating a two-way dialogue – enabling a personalized, user-focused experience from start to finish.
We periodically update content and add new videos, graphics and animations to make user experience easy and plausible and to keep the content fresh and as lively as possible.

Fully Narrated

All of our courses are narrated by professional narrators, who KNOW how to bring their words to life in a enthusiastic, conversational tone. We firmly believe that the right voice can help elevate your learning experience.
Please click here to view demo.

Certificate & Wallet ID

Once you complete the 40 hours of required study time, you can take the final exam. Upon passing the final exam you will receive an electronic certificate of completion which will be emailed to you immediately. Hard copy and Plastic Wallet Card certificates will arrive in U.S. mail within 2-3 weeks.

24/7 Support

Online Support: 24/7, 365-days per year
Telephone Support: Mon-Sat 8am - 5pm (PST)
Our instructors are quick to respond, as we are firm believers that the most important attribute of good customer service, is a fast response time.

Course Lessons

This course consists of 18 modules broken down into 80 lessons. Students are required to take each lesson in sequential order as listed below.

Course Content

Lessons
1

40-HOUR HAZWOPER TRAINING: INTRODUCTION

2

Module 1: Regulatory Overview

3

Module 2: Planning and Organization

4

Module 3: Site Characterization

5

Module 4: Medical Surveillance

6

Module 5: Toxicology

7

Module 6: Hazard Classification

8

Module 7: Chemical Hazards

9

Module 8: Radiological Hazards

10

Module 9: Respiratory Protection

11

Module 10: Personal Protective Equipment

12

Module 11: Decontamination

13

Module 12: Air Monitoring

14

Module 13: Compressed Gases

15

Module 14: Material Sampling and Analysis

16

Module 15: Handling Drums

17

Module 16: Confined Spaces

18

Module 17: Excavations

19

Module 18: Emergency Response Procedures

20

Final Examination

The core objective of the 40 Hour HAZWOPER training is to meet OSHA’s HAZWOPER training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120(e)(3)(i) for general industry. According to this standard once workers have completed the initial 40 hours of training, the worker must get supervised field experience.

According to 29 CFR 1910.120(e)(3)(i)

General site workers (such as equipment operators, general laborers and supervisory personnel) engaged in hazardous substance removal or other activities which expose or potentially expose workers to hazardous substances and health hazards shall receive a minimum of 40 hours of instruction off the site, and a minimum of three days actual field experience under the direct supervision of a trained experienced supervisor.

Course Objectives

After course completion the following learning objectives will be achieved:

  • Fully understand OSHA regulations and requirements related to general site workers;
  • Comprehend OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard and Globally Harmonized System (GHS);
  • Understand the importance of an effective Health and Safety Program;
  • Identify potentially hazardous situations involving corrosives, solvents, oxidizers and reactive chemicals;
  • Understand basic toxicology principles and how they are related to chemical exposure;
  • Understand the principles of decontamination as well as levels of decontamination and its methods;
  • Understand site characterization by identifying site hazards and steps to minimize these hazards;
  • Understand the uses of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and how to identify and select the correct PPE related to a particular worksite;
  • Understand the components of an effective Medical Surveillance Program;
  • Understanding of the various considerations in an emergency situation and the training and actions needed for personnel safety and the safety of others;
  • An awareness of confined spaces;
  • Understand procedures for safe handling, storage, and transportation of compressed gas cylinders;
  • Recognize the detection and monitoring tools available to the worker.

This course is designed by OSHA Certified Outreach Trainers, and is updated and reviewed as soon as new requirements or regulations are released by OSHA. The course meets and exceeds the compliance requirements with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120(e) regulations.

HAZWOPER Certification

Once the course is completed, you will immediately be able to download, save or print your 40 Hour HAZWOPER Certificate of Course Completion which is provided in PDF format. Hard copy and Plastic Wallet Card certificates will arrive in U.S. mail within 2-3 weeks.

Training Requirements

OSHA requires that workers must have 40-hours of initial training off the site and at least three days of supervised field experience before they are allowed to enter the work site. The three-day field experience under a trained and qualified supervisor is the responsibility of the employer. OSHA also requires an annual 8-hour refresher course thereafter, in order to maintain this initial certification.

A FINAL NOTE

It is important to remember that you are taking the online version of the 40-hour HAZWOPER training; required by OSHA for general site workers engaged in activities involving hazardous substances. The hands-on training and field experience required by the HAZWOPER Standard are not a part of this course.

It is ultimately the responsibility of the employer to provide adequate training to its employees depending on their job type and experience; and to meet OSHA requirements in the process.

Online Training on Mobile Devices

Flexibility is not limited to any one place or time anymore! Take our online training on your computer or from the comfort of your own palm.

Our Learning Management System tracks your progress, allowing you to switch between your computer and mobile device without retaking any training content.

Supported Browsers

  • It has 12-month validity and can be maintained by taking the 8 Hour HAZWOPER Refresher course thereafter.
  • Yes, it expires in 12 months and thereafter a renewal is mandatory.
  • Either by taking the 8 Hour HAZWOPER Refresher course or by re-taking the OSHA 40 Hour HAZWOPER certificate course.
  • The course meets and exceeds the compliance requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120(e) regulations.
  • The certification covers the General Site Clean-up provision.
  • General site workers who are engaged in hazardous substance removal or other activities which could expose or potentially expose them to hazardous substances.
  • Workers who handle contaminated waste, soil, water, etc.
  • Workers who handle tanks which store/treat and pipes which pump in/out contaminated waste.
  • Workers who may work near sites which release contaminated waste.
  • Workers who may work near sites which are contaminated such as hazardous waste treatment plants.
  • Clean-up operations crews of hazardous waste sites.
  • Workers who work with emergency response team which handle or may be exposed to contaminated substances.
  • Workers who work at a listed or proposed for listing site under the Superfund National Priority List (NPL).
  • Workers who conduct operations at corrective action sites under the purview of U.S. EPA's Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).
  • The OSHA 40 Hour HAZWOPER course is targeted at workers who are exposed to contaminated substances which exceed the Permissible Exposure Limits (PELs) and hence, must wear the appropriate personal protective equipment.
  • The OSHA 24 Hour HAZWOPER course is targeted at workers working at contaminated sites but undertake work tasks which do not expose them to hazardous substances at or above the PELs.