Just Released: HAZWOPER courses!

RedVector is happy to announce two 1-hour mobile-ready intermediate-level HAZWOPER courses!

These two courses are authored by Mr. Mark DiNardo, a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) since 2010.  HAZWOPER training is required for personnel that may potentially be exposed to hazardous materials and for those involved in spill cleanup operations.

HAZWOPER: Awareness

OSHA has established several levels of training under the umbrella of HAZWOPER. Participants that have taken one or both of the training levels know exactly what is meant by this acronym. HAZWOPER stands for Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response. OSHA defines HAZWOPER through the General Industry Regulation Title 29, section 1910.120, also called 29 CFR 1910.20. This regulation defines several operations where HAZWOPER training is required, which will be reviewed in this Awareness Training.

This interactive online course will cover the Awareness Level of HAZWOPER training. Topics in this course include:

  • Levels of training which must be completed
  • Definition of hazardous materials informational resources
  • Medical surveillance programs
  • Engineering controls
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

HAZWOPER: Operations

OSHA has established several levels of training under the umbrella of HAZWOPER (Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response). HAZWOPER training is required for personnel that may potentially be exposed to hazardous materials and for those involved in spill cleanup operations. OSHA defines HAZWOPER through their General Industry Regulation Title 29, section 1910.120, also known as 29 CFR 1910.20. This regulation defines several operations where HAZWOPER training is required.

The Operations portion of the HAZWOPER training will cover the following:

  • Levels of training which must be completed
  • Emergency plans and hazardous waste informational sources
  • Responses to various hazardous waste sources
  • Medical surveillance programs
  • Site monitoring, engineering controls and work practices
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

 

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