40-Hour Health & Safety for Hazardous Waste Site Personnel
Eighteen hours of hands-on training, lectures and in-depth discussions assist students in complying with OSHA and CERCLA regulations, which require a minimum of 40 hours of off-site initial health and safety instruction for those involved in hazardous waste operations. This course satisfies regulations under RCRA that mandate 40-hour training for major corrective actions and hazardous waste operations designed for clean up by state and local governments. Students gain knowledge in : categories of hazards relating to hazardous waste site health and safety; interpreting data from air monitoring instruments; and basic approaches to conducting activities at hazardous waste sites.
Private and public sector engineers, technicians and those who conduct site investigations and feasibility studies.
Course Topics include Hazard Recognition and Evaluation; Basics of Toxicology; Personal and Respiratory Protectiive Equipment/Clothing; Site Investigation and Control; Decontamination; Confined Space Entry.
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||M, Tu, W, Th, F : 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM, 5 Sess, 5 sessions