FOR ALL HAZWOPER COURSES
Now that your team is fully trained to the level required, everyone must refresh that training each year to keep their certifications current! We offer an Annual Refresher course that will always meet and exceed OSHA's refresher requirement for any level of training in the HAZWOPER standard.
If you or your employees are trained in accordance with Paragraph (e) of the standard for Hazardous Waste Site Workers, you must receive at least 8 hours of refresher training annually that covers topics learned in the initial training, as well as critiquing of incidents that occurred within the past year.
If your employees must comply with Paragraph (q) for Emergency Responders, then they must receive annual refresher training of sufficient duration and content to maintain their competency in the level they are trained to. We feel the "sufficient duration and content" is easily met within 8 hours.
Fortunately, you won't have to worry about certifications expiring or employees losing their valuable skills when you schedule our Annual Refresher course. This is an 8-hour course that exceeds the requirement by providing a mix of classroom and hands-on activities to your team.
Do you have employees that need initial training AND employees needing refresher training?
We encourage booking the Refresher Trainings on Day #3 of our Hazmat Emergency Response course if this is the case. It's great when the participants who are finishing their initial training get to work alongside the participants needing refreshed!
Course Topic Examples:
Emergency Action & Response Plans
Hands-On Chemical PPE
Hands-On Hazmat Equipment
Review of HAZWOPER Topics
Mock Drill and Evaluations
Chemical Disaster Analysis
On-Site Training Available
$399 per participant when 5 or more are enrolled
8 Hours / 1 Day
29 CFR 1910.120(e)(8)
29 CFR 1910.120(q)(8)
Any previous HAZWOPER training (All levels)
This course meets and exceeds the Annual Refresher requirement for 29 CFR 1910.120
NOTE: If refresher training is not conducted within 12 months of initial, we strongly recommend participant retakes the initial course or equivalent.