Hazardous Waste Operation and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER)
(24 & 40 hour)
This course satisfies the health and safety training requirements of the OSHA Hazardous Waste, 29CFR 1910.120(Q) and the WISHA Standard WAC 296-62 Part P. This course is designed for those individuals who respond to releases or potential releases. The course consists of lectures, classroom exercises, and hands-on situational training.
RCRA Hazardous Waste Management:
(Initial and refresher-8 hour)
Hazardous waste regulations can be confusing when it comes to training requirements for employees because both worker protection laws and environmental protection laws require training. This course focuses on the environmental component. If you work for a Large Quantity Generator according to the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and Washington State Department of Ecology Dangerous Waste regulations, you are required to have a written training program that covers site and task-specific information for your employees. This course is an introduction to the basic information needed to manage dangerous waste. It includes designating and quantifying dangerous wastes, determining your generator status, packaging and manifesting requirements, facility emergency plans, and the basic requirements of Washington state’s more stringent waste management requirements. Waste generators of all sizes, as well as consultants that work with generators and on contaminated sites, will find this course essential. The course materials include a copy of the most current Dangerous Waste Regulation for Washington (WAC 173-303) as well as various helpful tools for waste management.
PREREQUISITE: There are no prerequisites for this course; however, it is helpful to have DOT Hazardous Materials Transportation training.
REFRESHER Large Quantity Generator employees must receive annual refresher training.
Dot-HMR 232, 181, 172
Training and the Hazmat Law: The Federal hazardous materials transportation law (49 U.S.C 5101 et seq.), is the basic statute regulating the transportation of hazardous materials (hazmat) in the United States. This law requires the training of ALL hazmat employees. The purpose is to increase a hazmat employee’s safety awareness and be an essential element in reducing hazmat incidents. The Hazardous Materials regulations (HMR) include training requirements in several sections of title 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) as follows:
· GENGERAL 173.1
· VESSAL 176.13
· HIGHWAY 177.800 & 177.816
GHS (Globally Harmonized System)
The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals or GHS is an internationally agreed-upon system created by the United Nations. It is designed to replace the various classification and labeling standards used in different countries by using consistent criteria for classification and labeling on a global level.
OSHA 10 Available
OSHA 10 training courses provide a valid DOL/OSHA 10-Hour Card. The OSHA 10-Hour courses are intended for entry level workers.
The Forklift Operator Safety course covers safety requirements relating to the design, maintenance, and safe use of forklift trucks. It is designed to help student learn to evaluate the workplace and determine if loads can be safely moved. It includes: inspection of the equipment, lift limitations; understanding fulcrum and center of gravity along with safe operation in all phases of using the lift. The student will be responsible for demonstrating the proper use and inspection of the lift they will be using.
Confined Space Entry (4 & 8 hour)
The confined space course is designed to comply with the training requirements mandated by the new Space Requirements (CFR 1910.146). This training covers procedures to reduce risk of injury to workers, which includes establishing written operating procedures, hazard identification, controls, testing, lock-out/tag-out safeguards, emergency response plan, ventilation requirements, and rescue considerations.
Mold in Construction (8 & 24 hour)
This course is designed for site staff, technicans and hygienists who intend to determine the location and extent of mold or suspected mold present in commercial, industrial or residential buildings.
Flagger (8 hour)
This course provides flaggers with the basic knowledge, information and awareness to perform their jobs safely. After completing the course, students receive a wallet-size certificate of training card.
40-HOUR HAZWOPER $725.00
Monday through Friday
24--HOUR HAZWOPER $475.00
Monday through Wednesday
8-HOUR HAZWOPER Refresher $250.00
CONFINED SPACE ENTRY
24-HOUR MOLD $600.00
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION $200.00
FALL RESTRAINT 4-HOUR
RIGGING & SIGNALING $375.00
8-HOUR Fluorescent Bulb $200.00
8-HOUR RCRA $225.00
8-HOUR SILICA $235.00
MSHA 8-HOUR $250.00
GHS / SDS $100.00
8-HOUR DOT-HMR 232, 181, 172 $275.00
FIRST AID CPR $75.00
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