Hazardous Waste Site Worker Training Chad Warner
HazWOpER Training – Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response
For more than 20 years, HazMat Solutions has managed the investigation and remediation of all types of Chemical Hazardous Waste Sites. This experience makes our HazWOpER training truly unique and allows our team to prepare Hazardous Waste Site Workers to the highest standards. Hazardous material identification, sampling, air monitoring, Hazardous Materials Training in substance control methods as well as health and safety procedures will be emphasized through hands-on HazWOpER Training and HazMat Videos. This training exceeds the training requirements of the HazWOpER regulation, 29 CFR 1910.120 paragraphs (b) through (o) covering Hazardous Waste Site Workers for HazMat certification.
Earning HazMat Certification
Each participant dons and doffs chemical protective clothing and respiratory equipment and sets up personnel and equipment decontamination stations. HazMat Solutions emphasizes a thorough understanding of Hazardous Waste Site Safety Plans and the potential hazards at an uncontrolled Hazardous Waste Site. A Certified Hazardous Material Manager instructs students in the following:
Hazardous Waste Handling
Disposal Classification Methods
Be sure to view our HazMat Videos to see how the hands-on HazMat Certification Training can prepare your staff for an actual hazardous waste site emergency.
This program is designed for routine site personnel involved in the investigation and remediation of uncontrolled Hazardous Waste sites including Superfund sites, RCRA Corrective Action sites or voluntary cleanup sites. This class is required by environmental contractors and consultants, regulatory agency personnel, private-sector project managers and others who may need to enter Hazardous Waste sites (e.g. well drillers).
Identify methods and procedures for recognizing, evaluating and controlling hazardous substances• Identify concepts, principles, and guidelines to properly protect onsite or response personnel
Discuss regulations and action levels to ensure health and safety of workers
Discuss fundamentals needed to develop organizational structure and standard operating procedures
Select and use dermal and respiratory protective equipment
Demonstrate the use, calibrationand limitations of direct-readingair monitoring instruments.
Additional Topics Include: Overview of laws and regulation, Safety & health plans. Gathering and interpreting chemical hazard information. Hazard awareness, recognition, and identification. Site safety and control. Hazard and risk assessment.