NET Online Training Is Professional and Convenient
- NET’s HAZWOPER training online is ideal because:
- NET is the only HAZWOPER trainer with a regulatory letter from OSHA accepting the exclusive HAZWOPER Hands-on Simulator® for certification.
- HAZWOPER On Mobile allows you to take the course on any device. You may log in and out of any computer or mobile device, and the system keeps track of your study time and content. You’ll know how much time has accrued thanks to the study timer.
- Support is available to you during the course. Self-grading quizzes prepare you to pass the final exam.
- When you complete the course, you’ll be able to immediately download a certificate.
- This HAZWOPER supervisor training has been awarded 1.34 Industrial Hygiene CM Points by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) — approval number 13334.
- This course is eligible for .8 Continuance of Certification (COC) points from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP).
This HAZWOPER 8-hour refresher features the OSHA-accepted HAZWOPER Hands-on Simulator®, 60 interactive animations and 14 videos. The ability to study from any location, across devices, makes it easy and convenient to get recertified.
You’ll have access to the HAZWOPER supervisor training for a year from the time of registration.
It’s important for you and other HAZWOPER supervisors to take the annual refresher so you can:
- Know training and other requirements for HAZWOPER workers.
- Describe various types of hazardous substances.
- Recognize an effective employer health and safety plan.
- Describe hazardous substance labeling requirements and standards.
- Explain factors associated with respiratory protection.
- Describe various types of and selection criteria for personal protective equipment.
- Describe decontamination guidelines and methods.
- Describe a spill containment program.
- Recognize proper health monitoring procedures and techniques.
- To view a full list of the topics covered, click here.
Physical and On Site Requirements
Physical and on-site requirements are defined in your initial 24-hour or 40-hour training courses and by your employer.
A HAZWOPER Supervisor is responsible for the following:
- 1910.120(b)(4)(ii)(F) Site control measures in accordance with the site control program required in paragraph (d) of this section.
- 1910.120(b)(4)(ii)(G) Decontamination procedures in accordance with paragraph (k) of this section.
- 1910.120(b)(4)(ii)(H) An emergency response plan meeting the requirements of paragraph (l) of this section for safe and effective responses to emergencies, including the necessary PPE and other equipment.
- 1910.120(b)(4)(ii)(I) Confined space entry procedures.
- 1910.120(b)(4)(ii)(J) A spill containment program meeting the requirements of paragraph (j) of this section.
- 1910.120(d) Site control — 1910.120(d)(1) General. Appropriate site control procedures shall be implemented to control employee exposure to hazardous substances before clean-up work begins.
- 1910.120(d)(2) Site control program. A site control program for protecting employees which is part of the employer’s site safety and health program required in paragraph (b) of this section shall be developed during the planning stages of a hazardous waste clean-up operation and modified as necessary as new information becomes available.
- 1910.120(d)(3) Elements of the site control program. The site control program shall, as a minimum, include: A site map; site work zones; the use of a “buddy system”; site communications including alerting means for emergencies; the standard operating procedures or safe work practices; and, identification of the nearest medical assistance. Where these requirements are covered elsewhere, they need not be repeated.
The 8-hour HAZWOPER supervisor refresher does not serve as a refresher for the regular 8-hour HAZWOPER refresher. OSHA expects a general hazardous waste site worker to have 16 hours of training annually, including at least eight additional hours of specialized training on the topics listed in 1910.120(e)(4). If you work in an OSHA-approved Plan State, you may have additional training requirements.