Any employees that respond to releases or potential releases of hazardous substances for the purpose of stopping the release must be trained to the HAZWOPER technician level. They must receive at least 24 hours of training that covers key topics that will ensure that they respond to hazardous substance releases safely and properly.
Satisfy your training requirements with this comprehensive class that provides in-depth instruction on how to respond to emergencies in accordance with OSHA’s requirements. Topics include hazard recognition, risk assessment, use of field survey equipment, spill control and containment, PPE, emergency planning and organization, Incident Command System, decontamination, and incident termination procedures. You put your training to work during a hands-on simulated spill response.
Pre-approved for the following Continuing Education Credits:
- CM Points IHMM—May be eligible for 24.0 CMP
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