How to Get HAZWOPER 40 Training
If you’ll be working around hazardous waste or materials, you may have been told you’ll need to get HAZWOPER 40 certified. But what exactly is HAZWOPER 40 certification and how do you go about getting it?
What is HAZWOPER 40?
“HAZWOPER 40” refers to the 40-hour training program designed for employees working in environments that carry a potential for exposure to hazardous substances at a level that is equal to or greater than the permissible exposure limit (PEL).
Individuals that might require HAZWOPER 40 training are those involved in the cleanup, treatment, storage, or disposal of hazardous substances, along with emergency response personnel.
How to Get HAZWOPER 40 Training?
Once you register and pay, you’re ready to get started. NET’s HAZWOPER 40 is a self-paced course taught online, so you can work whenever and wherever you want from any internet-capable device. There is no software to download, and you may use different devices at different times throughout your training. Simply log in and continue right where you left off in your last session.
The course material includes detailed explanations, narration, and checkpoint quizzes that all culminate in a final exam. You’ll also train on the only OSHA-accepted HAZWOPER simulator to learn the proper donning and doffing of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
You may immediately download your certificate upon completion of 40-hour HAZWOPER training and a wallet-size card will be mailed to you. Then, you must undergo eight hours of HAZWOPER refresher training every year in order to keep your certification in good standing.
View a HAZWOPER 40 Course Demonstration
View a free demonstration of the 40-Hour HAZWOPER training course for a better sense of what to expect. Please contact us at 1-888-877-7130 for more information about HAZWOPER 40 or browse our HAZWOPER course catalog to learn more about the additional courses available to you and your employees.