Osha Accepted Courses
- All OSHA Construction Courses
- All OSHA General Courses
- Cal OSHA Courses
- SPANISH Courses
Hazwoper 50 Hour $400.00
Hazwoper 41.5 Hour $350
Hazwoper 44 Hour $400.00
Hazwoper 40 Hour $349.00
Hazwoper 24 Hour $199.95
Hazwoper 8 Hour $39.95
OSHA 10 HourGeneral Industry $89.00Construction Industry $89Study Guide $135.00
OSHA 30 HourGeneral Industry $189.00Construction Industry $189Study Guide $259.00
- Earn an OSHA-DOL 10 or 30 Hour Card.
- Self-Paced / Train at your own convenience.
- Months to complete course of study.
- OSHA recommended for new employee orientation.
- Training Records archived/ Available upon request.
Package 4 - 40 Hour HAZWOPER + RCRA: What the Law Requires
EVERYDAY discounted price!
As a part of our Oil Spill Clean Up series, this package is designed to provide clean-up personnel with adequate training and certifications that are required to participate in the clean up operation. The 40 Hour HAZWOPER Course and RCRA: What the Law Requires Course is included in this special package.
The 40 hour HAZWOPER training course will provide a broad issues concerning hazard recognition at work sites. The HAZWOPER program has been developed by OSHA for the protection of the workers at hazardous sites and they have set up extensive regulations to ensure their safety and health. This course helps participants to identify the different types of work related hazards and it also suggests the protective measures and precautions to eliminate or reduce hazards at work sites.
This 40 hour course is required for those workers employed on a project that consists of Uncontrolled Hazardous Waste Operations as mandated by the Government.
For workers in clean-up operations, emergency response operations, voluntary clean-up operations and storage, treatment, disposal of hazardous substances or uncontrolled hazardous waste sites, this course is vital for them. It has been tailored according to their occupation and covers topics included in 29 CFR 1910.120.
- Protection against hazardous chemicals
- Elimination of hazardous chemicals
- Safety of workers and the environment
- OSHA regulations
The history of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) is thoroughly explained as well as its structure and key elements that provide the structure for the U.S Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) comprehensive waste management program. All the specific requirements of the various types of facilities which are for treating, storing and transporting or disposing hazardous wastes are discussed in this course.