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HAZWOPER Hands-on Simulator®

OSHA has accepted our exclusive HAZWOPER Hands-on Simulator®

Our Hazwoper Hands-on Simulator® is the undisputed leading innovation in the online training industry today. You will not find a program of this quality anywhere else on the internet for a HAZWOPER Training Course.

This program provides you with a realistic simulation of inspecting, donning and doffing of PPE for the 3 primary levels of personal protection (Levels A, B, and C). The material used for the simulator was derived from OSHA and EPA laws, regulations, guidance letters and other regulatory documents. A stunning decontamination sequence is also presented for each level of protection.

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Flame Ionization Detector

Our interactive Flame Ionization Detector (FID) illustrates the inner workings of the device. This animation depicts how this device is able to collect organic compounds and measure their concentration.

The Flame Ionization Detector responds to any molecule with a carbon-hydrogen bond, but its responseis either poor or nonexistent to compounds such as H2S, CCl4, or NH3. Since the FID is mass sensitive, not concentration sensitive, changes in carrier gas flow rate have little effect on the detector response. It is preferred for general hydrocarbon analysis, with a detection range from 0.1ppm to almost 100%. The FID’s response is stable from day to day, and is not susceptible to contamination from dirty samples or column bleed. It is generally robust and easy to operate, but because it uses a hydrogen diffusion flame to ionize compounds for analysis, it destroys the sample in the process.

Enhanced Course Format

The enhanced format includes many of latest online learning components. The modules contain almost the same information as our Classic format but in a more robust setting. Student comprehension and retention are measured with review questions at the end of each module along with self-grading quizzes and final exam.

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Respirator Fit Test Demonstration

This animation aids a student on how to properly don a respirator, conduct positive and negative pressure checks, seal checks, and doff a respirator.

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