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HAZWOPER

Course Library

A complete library for all of your HAZWOPER training needs.

Whether you are training new hires or longtime employees in need of refresher courses, the OverNite Software, Inc. library of 23 comprehensive courses addresses key topics of OSHA’s HAZWOPER standard. From Site Security and Control to Handling Drums and Containers, you will find an array of courses that help your employees understand HAZWOPER safe work practices.

Our 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 sitespecific content and photos.

The HAZWOPER library provides a comprehensive selection of topics for everyone from new hires to Incident Commanders. These courses also can be used as the foundation for satisfying the 8-hour HAZWOPER refresher training requirements outlined in OSHA’s Title 29 CFR 1910.120.

HAZWOPER Course Descriptions

850 HAZWOPER: Site Security and Control

Site Security and Control examines site maps; work zones, controlled access points, and boundaries; the buddy system; site and emergency communication; accessing medical assistance; and safe work practices.

851 HAZWOPER: Site Characterization and Analysis

Site Characterization and Analysis addresses the site evaluation process; health and safety risks; PPE for initial site entry; pre-entry information; types of monitoring; and risk identification and employee notification.

852 HAZWOPER: Regulations

Regulations addresses the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) standard; the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA); the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA); Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA); Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA); the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) and other regulations pertinent to HAZWOPER; and the future of worker health and safety regulations.

853 HAZWOPER: Hazards of Toxic Substances

Hazards of Toxic Substances examines the physical properties of toxic substances; toxicity; hazards and hazard factors; local and systemic health effects; and measuring and monitoring exposures.

854 HAZWOPER: 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 HAZWOPER: Spill Response

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 HAZWOPER: Decontamination

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 HAZWOPER: Site Safety and Health Program

Site Safety and Health Program addresses the purposes and components of site safety and health programs; site-specific safety and health plans; safety and health training programs; and medical surveillance programs.

858 HAZWOPER: Site-Specific Safety and Health Plan

Site-Specific Safety and Health Plan defines a site-specific safety and health plan, lists its elements, and discusses site-specific safety and health plan tools.

859 HAZWOPER: Training

Training explains the importance of HAZWOPER training and identifies training recipients and levels.This course also lists training requirements for: emergency responders and workers at cleanup sites and treatment, storage, and disposal facilities.

860 HAZWOPER: Air Monitoring and Detection

Air Monitoring and Detection addresses when to conduct air monitoring and detection; types and limitations of direct-reading instruments; monitoring for IDLH conditions; laboratory analysis of samples; monitoring of high-risk employees at hazardous waste sites; and personal air sampling methods.

861 HAZWOPER: Sampling and Analysis

Sampling and Analysis defines sampling and analysis and also addresses: personal sampling, environmental sampling techniques, drum sampling techniques, wipe sampling, bulk sampling, and analytical methods and laboratories.

862 HAZWOPER: 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 HAZWOPER: Physical Hazards

Physical Hazards defines physical hazards and also addresses noise, heat stress, cold stress, ionizing radiation, vibration, certain chemicals, and slips, trips, and falls.

864 HAZWOPER: 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 HAZWOPER: Medical Surveillance

Medical Surveillance addresses the purposes and components of a medical surveillance program and pre-employment screening.Periodic medical screening is also addressed.

866 HAZWOPER: Confined Space Entry

Confined Space Entry explores confined space entry, including: confined space examples, hazards, permit-required confined spaces, hazard controls, training requirements, assigned personnel duties, employer’s responsibilities, entry permits, and safe entry.

867 HAZWOPER: Information Sources

Information Sources addresses accuracy of information; the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS); downstream flow of information; Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS); hazard communication program; hazard communication changes; and other information sources.

868 HAZWOPER: Containment and Cleanup

Containment and Cleanup examines the elements of a spill containment program and new spill containment technologies.

869 HAZWOPER: Rescue Equipment and First Aid

Rescue Equipment and First Aid 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 HAZWOPER: Lockout/Tagout Procedures

Lockout/Tagout Procedures 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 HAZWOPER: Emergency Response Plan

Emergency Response Plan examines the origins of the HAZWOPER emergency response plan; emergency action vs.emergency response plans; elements of emergency action and emergency response plans; how to handle an emergency response; and the Incident Command System.

872 HAZWOPER: Handling Drums and Containers

Handling Drums and Containers addresses drum and container inspection, handling, opening, and sampling; characterization, staging, and bulking; shipping and transport; and entering tanks and vaults.