40-HR OSHA HAZWOPER SITE – HYBRID (PRE-RECORDED ONLINE & CLASSROOM) COURSE
TAKE THE FIRST 24 HOURS ONLINE AT YOUR OWN PACE. THEN JOIN US FOR THE LAST TWO DAYS AT OUR HUDSON, NH TRAINING CENTER.
Initial Course "HYBRID40"
$700 / person
This online course addresses required topics per 29 CFR 1910.120 (e), site worker initial requirements.
Who needs this training? This training is required for individuals who respond to releases or potential releases for the purpose of stopping the release. They assume a more aggressive role than a first responder at the operations level in that they will approach the point of release in order to plug, patch or otherwise stop the release of a hazardous substance. This training is also required if a worker is required to work on a “hazardous waste site”, as defined in 29 CFR 1910.120 (a)(3).
FIRST 24-HOURS ONLINE:
This is a pre-recorded course that includes 74 video lessons and 13 practice sets. Students can work at their own pace on the course materials: start and stop content as you please. You will resume the course where you leave off after each session. Students can e-mail or call an instructor while taking this course during normal business hours.
This course features video instruction (not a boring set of slides) from our HAZMATEAM certified trainers. Videos include demonstrations of how to use all equipment used by spill responders.
Equipment demonstrations include:
Our trainers will demonstrate donning and doffing all levels of protection (Levels A, B, C and D), use of air-purifying respirators, self-contained breathing apparatus, air line with escape pack, decontamination methods (wet decon, semi-wet and dry), use of overpacks, salvage cylinders, 4-gas meters (oxygen, LEL, Carbon Monoxide, Hydrogen sulfide), pH paper, colorometric tubes and radiation meters
The online session addresses the following topics:
- Emergency response planning.
- Classification of hazardous materials (DOT Hazmat classification, OSHA GHS, NFPA)
- Identification of hazardous materials
- Characteristics of hazardous materials
- Use of field instruments: Oxygen meters, LEL sensors, Toxic monitors, Radiation meters, pH paper, more…
- How to function within the Incident Command System
- Spill reporting
- Principles of toxicology (LD50, PEL, TLV, STEL, IDLH)
- Respiratory Protection (Respirator selection, fit tests, medical clearance, written plans, more…)
- Information sources (SDS, CAMEO Chemicals, 2020 Emergency Response Guidebook, NIOSH Guide, more…)
- Personnel Protective Equipment (fabric selection, Level A, B, C & D, regulatory requirements, use of specialized equipment, more…)
- Hazard and Risk Assessment techniques
- Advance control, containment, and/or confinement techniques
- How to implement decontamination procedures (responder decon and victim decon)
- Waste disposal overview
- Termination procedures.
LAST 16-HOURS AT THE HAZMATEAM TRAINING CENTER:
After completing the 24-hour online portion of the course, students will complete the 40-hour curriculum at our Hudson, NH facility on the dates provided below.
- Introduction to the hazards of site work.
- Excavation and trenching overview
- Fall Protection overview
- Confined space entry and rescue (lecture, plus entering actual confined spaces)
- OSHA Focus Four
- Ladder Safety
- Donn and doff respirators and suits demonstrated in the online course.
- Emergency Response table-top exercises
- Level B analysis of unknown samples
Students will be awarded a 24-hr Technician level training certificate at the conclusion of the online portion of the class. At the conclusion of the entrire 40-hour course, students will be awarded a 40-hr HAZWOPER Site certificate.
2023 Dates: July 27 - 28, September 28 - 29, November 9 - 10
NH CEUs = 4.0
Approved by the Maine Board of Underground Storage Tank Installers CECH = 8