This state-of-the-art course covers, in great detail, the regulatory and training requirements of the Hazardous Waste Operation and Emergency Response (29 CFR 1910.120) standard. OSHA states that a measure of the competence of an instructor is the successful completion of a train-the-trainer program with training and experience specific to the topics they will teach. Not only does the course review the various elements of the HAZWOPER standard, but there are also demonstrations as well as intensive hands-on practical simulations to meet the experiential requirements of the regulation. Students that complete this course will obtain the knowledge, experience, and abilities necessary to conduct impactful and cost-saving HAZMAT and HAZWOPER training for their employees or future clients.
NASP offers the HAZWOPER Train-the-Trainer course in a classroom setting (instructor-led), and virtually on our Learning Management System. Click the buttons below to check our course calendar and schedule your training today!
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for anyone involved in environmental cleanup or HAZMAT emergency response. This includes an Environmental or Safety Director or Manager, Emergency Responder, Incident Commander, Safety Trainer, Plant Manager, Production or Maintenance Manager, Public Works or Utilities Director, Fire Chief, Waste Site Supervisor, Waste Treatment Facilitator, Project Supervisor or TSD Facility Supervisor.
This 40-hour course is IACET-accredited and valued at 4.0 CEUs. The courses are also ANSI Z490.1/Z490.2 compliant. The online and classroom courses both follow the same topics, which include:
Learn about training methodologies, the training of adults, instructional training guidelines, and how to build learning objectives
Understand how regulatory agencies such as OSHA, EPA, and DOT interrelate through various regulations to protect workers, and the environment, from HAZMAT releases
Discover chemistry and toxicology terms and concepts, labelling and SDS requirements, and the toxic effects of chemical exposure(s).
Learn the requirements of various Safety & Health, Emergency Response, Medical Surveillance, Respirator, and Spill Containment programs so that you may strengthen, or create, your own internal programs
Clarify the difference between spills that are incidental or require emergency response, how to conduct a hazard assessment, and how to measure hazards
Understand the requirements involving both personal and site monitoring
Acquire the knowledge to both recognize and prevent emergency response incidents at your facility, improve communications and security, and implement safe evacuation routes, procedures, and safe distances
Learn about the purpose and prevention of decontamination, how to construct a decontamination plan, and what methods of decontamination to use
Discover how to develop a strong PPE program and the selection, use, maintenance, and limitations of PPE commonly used during HAZMAT/HAZWOPER operations
Understand the various requirements of medical surveillance programs for hazardous site workers and emergency responders to include occupational exposure, monitoring, examination, and risk factors
Learn the methods used to mitigate hazards relating to fire and explosions, confined space entry, bloodborne pathogens, medical treatment and first aid, among various others
Students who attend this course will be provided with a wealth of material that will prepare them for their future training roles. Students will receive:
- 2020 Emergency Response Guidebooks
- NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards
- Sample Plans, Programs, Audits, and Checklists
- Complimentary training videos
- Customizable PowerPoints
- Student Outlines, Handouts, and Tests to be used at your facility
After successful completion of this course, students will be qualified to teach the following classes:
- HAZMAT Emergency Response:
- Incident Commander
- HAZWOPER General Site Worker:
- 24 & 40 Hour
- HAZWOPER for TSD Facilities
- Hazard Communication and GHS
- DOT Hazmat Awareness
- PPE and Respiratory Protection