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OSHA HAZWOPER Online Training Classes

We are pleased to offer all OSHA Hazwoper Online Training Courses at discounted rates! You can take any of the Hazwoper series of classes online with the click of a button! This includes the OSHA Hazwoper Online Annual Refresher course.


Enroll In the OSHA 8-Hour Hazwoper Refresher Online Course


The OSHA HAZWOPER Online 8 Hour Annual Refresher Course is required by OSHA for those individuals who might experience exposure to  safety or health hazards.  The course complies with requirements set forth by OSHA in 29 CFR 1910.120. The online course meets all Federal & State OSHA HAZWOPER Refresher Training Requirements.


Enroll in the OSHA 8-Hour First Responder Hazwoper Training Course Online


The OSHA HAZWOPER Online 8 Hour First Responder Course is for those individuals that might be the first to arrive at a possible hazardous substance incident. The course teaches what you should understand about your role and the company’s emergency response plan. First responder training helps to identify hazardous substances and know the risks associated with them


Enroll in the OSHA 24 Hour Hazwoper Online Training Course


The OSHA HAZWOPER Online 24 Hour Training Course is typically the first course that safety professionals require if you have the regular opportunity to be exposed to hazardous substances. This is the prerequisite course for all HAZWOPER training. You must have taken this or the 40 Hour Course below in order to qualify for Annual Refresher Training.



Enroll in the OSHA 40 Hour Hazwoper Online Training Course


The OSHA HAZWOPER Online 40 Hour Training course provides comprehensive training on how to perform post-emergency response activities and cleanups at industrial sites, Superfund and RCRA corrective action sites. Training includes hazard recognition, exposure limits and risk evaluation for chemical and general site safety concerns.


Special NOTE:

ALL OSHA HAZWOPER Online training does not allow participants actual experience and ability to handle the equipment available to the HAZWOPER worker. On-site, job-specific equipment training provided by the employer is essential to fulfill the HAZWOPER requirement. Your employer will work with you to make sure that you receive your full certification by providing the hands-on instruction necessary.


About the HAZWOPER Program

Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) is a stated set of guidelines produced and maintained by the Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) which regulates hazardous waste operations and emergency services in the United States and its territories. With these guidelines, the U.S. government regulates hazardous wastes and dangerous goods from inception to disposal. These courses generally conform to the the standard OSHA CFR 1910.120.

HAZWOPER training applies to five sets groups of employers and their respective employees. This includes employees who are exposed (or potentially exposed) to hazardous substances (including hazardous waste) and who are engaged in one of the following operations as specified by OSHA regulations 1910.120(a)(1)(i-v) and 1926.65(a)(1)(i-v):

  • Cleanup operations required by a governmental body (federal, state, local or other) involving hazardous substances conducted at uncontrolled hazardous-waste sites
  • Corrective actions involving clean-up operations at sites covered by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976 (RCRA) as amended (42 U.S.C. 6901 et seq.)
  • Voluntary cleanup operations at sites recognized by a federal, state, local, or other governmental body as uncontrolled hazardous-waste sites
  • Operations involving hazardous waste which are conducted at treatment, storage and disposal facilities regulated by Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations, parts 264 and 265 pursuant to the RCRA, or by agencies under agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to implement RCRA regulations
  • Emergency response operations for releases of, or substantial threats of release of, hazardous substances (regardless of the hazard’s location)