If your company is served by employees, contractors, or emergency responders who face the potential for exposure to hazardous substances, HAZWOPER training is essential to ensure that people are prepared when the time comes to respond.

Whether you are training new hires or longtime employees in need of refresher courses, our library of 23 comprehensive courses addresses key topics of the HAZWOPER standard. From “Site Security and Control” to “Handling Drums and Containers,” you will find an array of courses that will help your employees understand what HAZWOPER is all about.

ASC's HAZWOPER Training program will teach students how to protect workers when in hazardous situations.  Our courses are designed to comply with the extensive federal regulations to ensure the safety and the health of workers. Train with us now and receive your certification!

Courses are delivered via a state-of-the-art learning management system that allows you to customize curricula, adjust testing parameters, and even customize courses with site-specific content and photos.

These courses cannot be administered and paid for online by the user, they must be assigned by ASC.  Please click Register buttons to send us a request for these courses and we will contact you shortly to complete transaction and get you started!!!

Courses for HAZWOPER

850 Site Security and Control

This course examines work zones and boundaries, the buddy system, site communication, medical assistance, standard operating procedures, and safe work practices.

851 Site Characterization and Analysis

From preliminary site evaluation to ongoing analysis, the focal points of this course include selection of personal protective equipment, monitoring for hazards, risk identification, and employee notification.

852 Regulations

The evolution of the HAZWOPER standard from 1965 to the present is examined with a close look at the regulations that led to the adoption of the standard in 1989, including RCRA, CERCLA, SARA, and EPCRA.

853 Hazards of Toxic Substances

Chemical substances are the focus of this course, which addresses toxicity, hazards, local and systemic effects, and measuring and monitoring for exposure.

854 Identifying Hazardous Materials

Identifying Hazardous Materials informs learners who are exposed, or potentially exposed, to hazardous substances of how to identify hazardous materials in transit and in the workplace. The course covers various containers, labeling and safety data sheets in addition to basic descriptions and examples of hazardous materials.

855 Spill Response

Addresses the difference between an incidental release and one that requires an emergency response; rescue/response actions, including sequence; the National Response System; and Incident Command.

856 Decontamination

Defines decontamination and discusses decontamination procedures that are required elements of a HAZWOPER site-specific safety and health plan. It also discusses decontamination plans, methods, areas, and monitoring. Emergency decontamination is also addressed for equipment and PPE.

857 Site Safety and Health Program

At the core of the HAZWOPER standard is the requirement for a comprehensive Site Safety and Health Program. Key elements of the Site Safety and Health Program are examined in this course.

858 Site-Specific Safety and Health Plan

A site-specific safety and health plan is one element of an overall safety and health program required by the HAZWOPER standard. This course is a great starting point to help you tailor a safety and health plan to your workplace.

859 Training

This course examines the reasons for HAZWOPER training and identifies who should receive training. Levels of training are also listed, as are the training requirements for workers at cleanup sites, TSD facilities, and emergency responders.

860 Air Monitoring and Detection

This course identifies factors to consider when conducting air monitoring and detection. Methods for monitoring hazardous waste sites and personnel are also examined, as are the instruments and methods for measuring exposure.

861 Sampling and Analysis

Several kinds of sampling are discussed in this course, including personal, environmental, bulk, wipe, and drum sampling. An overview of analysis is also included.

862 Chemical Hazards

Chemical Hazards discusses the health and physical hazards that chemicals pose. Toxicity, route of exposure, dose, duration, sensitivity, reaction, and interaction are examined as well as ways to reduce exposure to chemicals.

863 Physical Hazards

Physical hazards, including noise, heat stress, cold stress, radiation, and vibration are among hazards discussed in this course.

864 Personal Protective Equipment

Personal Protective Equipment addresses PPE programs; respiratory protection programs; types of respirators; respirator selection, use, maintenance, and storage; chemical protective clothing selection, use, maintenance, and storage; EPA levels of protection; and PPE uses and hazards.

865 Medical Surveillance

This course explains why a medical surveillance program is essential to assess and monitor workers’ health and fitness prior, during, and after employment or duty at hazardous waste sites and emergency scenes.

866 Confined Space Entry

Everything from hazard recognition and control to training requirements for confined space entry is addressed in this course. Entry team duties, employer responsibilities, entry permit use, and procedures for safe entry are also examined.

867 Information Sources

Discover how the HAZWOPER standard works hand-in-hand with the Hazard Communication Standard, Material Safety Data Sheets, and other sources to inform workers about the hazards and identities of all chemicals in their workplaces.

868 Containment and Cleanup

The elements of a spill containment program and new spill containment technologies are among topics discussed in Containment and Cleanup.

869 Rescue Equipment and First Aid

register Provides general awareness about first aid. Course topics include: techniques and supplies used to administer first aid and types of care provided as the result of common hazardous waste site accidents. This course is not a first aid certification course.

870 Lockout/Tagout Procedures

register Addresses energy control programs; the purposes of lockout/tagout procedures; energy sources and their control; lockout/tagout procedure steps; steps for reactivating equipment; differences between lockout and tagout; effective lockout and tagout devices; training requirements; and tag limitations.

871 Emergency Response Plan

register Discover the difference between an emergency response plan and an emergency action plan in this course offering. The procedures for handling an emergency response plan and the Incident Command System also are discussed.

872 Handling Drums and Containers

register Procedures for handling, opening, and sampling drums and containers are among topics discussed in this course. Characterization, staging, bulking, shipping, and transport also are examined.

Glossary of Common HAZWOPER Terms

register This comprehensive glossary includes related terms used in ASC's entire HAZWOPER library.

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