The 40-Hour Hazwoper fulfills your requirements for certification under 29 CFR 1910.120(e)(3)(i) or other applicable state regulations for certification to the 40-hour for emergency response and animal decontamination specialist. OSHA and FEMA require any disaster, emergency responder, animal decontamination specialist that work with contaminated animals to have the 40-Hour Hazwoper training.
Training includes hazard recognition, exposure limits and risk evaluation for chemical and general site safety concerns. You will review the technology and methods available to monitor and detect hazardous materials, learn how to control and contain chemical spills, establish a decontamination process, and select and use worker protective equipment, among a wide variety of other subjects. Included in this training is a full set up and animal decontamination exercise.
Prerequisite: 8-Hour Health and Safety Training (e.g., General Hazardous Awareness and Basic Safety Training)
Class Hours: 40
Agency Requirements: Classroom, AV Equipment, Large outdoor space for practical exercise
Cost: $750 per person
History of the Law
Fires and Explosions
Potential Site Hazards
Planning and Organizing
Review and Final Test