This course is the annual refresher designed for employees in hazardous waste clean-up operations (RCRA, CERCLA, and/or voluntary) as per 29 CFR 1910.120(e)(HAZWOPER) who have had the 40-hour course "Hazwoper for Clean-up Operations".
The course provides updated information on the classification of hazardous materials, detection and monitoring, the use of protective equipment (including protective suits and breathing apparatus) and the implementation of safety practices.
The OSHA coverage was extended to state government employees by the Environmental Protection Agency in 40 CFR 311.1.
Participants are required to successfully complete an end of course examination proving competency or attainment of the course objectives. After initial training, refresher training is required annually.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
1. Identify any changes or amendments to the regulations, describe the training requirements listed in the regulations for those personnel involved in waste site operations.
2. Define physical hazards, chemical hazards, and explain terms (flash point, flammable range, boiling point and other physical and chemical characteristics) in determining hazards at waste site operations.
3. List the four most common routes of exposure from hazardous materials, list factors that may influence toxicity and describe the use of exposure guidelines in waste site operations.
COURSE DURATION (in hours):
Individuals assigned with the responsibility for hazardous waste clean up.
SFH210, Hazwoper For Clean Up Operations
8:00am - 5:00pm
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