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29 CFR 1910.120(e) and (p) require workers engaged in hazardous waste operations to receive HAZWOPER training.
This comprehensive class provides in-depth training on how to perform emergency response activities and cleanups at industrial sites, Superfund and RCRA corrective action sites, and voluntary cleanups. You will learn how to recognize hazards, control and maintain spills, don personal protective equipment (PPE), and conduct waste site activities, such as site characterization, waste handling, and decontamination. A hands-on spill response exercise is included in the 40-hour class.
Environmental Resource Center has trained thousands of employees from some of the country's largest companies, as well as federal and state government agencies, on all aspects of EPA, OSHA, and DOT regulations. They offer the most comprehensive compliance seminars in the industry and all of their seminars are fully guaranteed.
Their seminars receive excellent reviews from attendees for complete coverage of all applicable regulations, as well as for effective delivery of information. The instructors have actual hands-on experience with the topics they cover. They know what is like to have to comply with the regulations, making them uniquely qualified to train others in the appropriate procedures to follow.
PLEASE NOTE: ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE CENTER NO LONGER ACCEPTS REGISTRATIONS WITH THE "BILL ME" OPTION. ALL WORKSHOPS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE BY CREDIT CARD.
Our instructors are full-time employees of Environmental Resource Center. Many come from corporate environmental management and all have hands-on experience. In addition to receiving rave reviews for knowledge, our instructors receive equally high marks for making the classes entertaining and the complex material easy-to-understand.