24 Hour HAZWOPER Certification – Save over $50!
The 24 Hour HAZWOPER training is required for employees visiting an Uncontrolled Hazardous Waste Operation mandated by the Government. The 24 Hour HAZWOPER course is typically for people that occasionally visit a hazardous site, while the 40 HAZWOPER course is for people involved in site clean up or recognition of hazards.
This course covers broad issues pertaining to the hazard recognition at work sites. OSHA has developed the HAZWOPER 24 program to protect the workers working at hazardous sites and devised extensive regulations to ensure their safety and health.
The fastest, easiest way to get this training is through our 24 hour HAZWOPER training course. You can take it online, at your own pace and get started immediately.
24 Hour HAZWOPER Course Features
- OSHA accepted for all 50 states
- Highly interactive
- Voice narration
- No pre-requisites. Start immediately
The 24 hour HAZWOPER training course has been reviewed and accepted by OSHA for online distribution and is accepted by OSHA in all 50 states.
HAZWOPER 24-Hour Course Topics
The 24 hour course covers topics including:
- Purpose of OSHA
- Measures to eliminate hazards
- Safety of Workers
- Use of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
- OSHA regulations
- Identification of hazardous materials
- Environmental Safety
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Additional Information about the 24 hour HAZWOPER Course
All module quizzes for the 24 hour HAZWOPER training course require a minimum score of 70 to proceed forward in the course. The final exam also requires a minimum score of 70 to receive a certificate of completion. The final exam may be taken three times if necessary.
There are no pre-requisite requirements for this course. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to print your certificate.
Workers must have 24 hours of initial training and one day of supervised field experience before they are allowed to enter the site. **The online course meets the standard requirement of 24hrs of initial training. The one day field experience under a trained, experienced supervisor is the responsibility of the student’s employer or potential employer.