HAZWOPER - First Responder Awareness Level
Trainees will learn to understand their role as a first responder and the company’s emergency response plan; identify hazardous substances and know the risks if they are released or spilled; recognize a hazardous release or spill and potential outcomes; report the spill or release by calling for help, notifying others of the chemical spill or
Hazardous Waste: Emergency Response--Generators and TSDFs
This slide show will focus on emergency response procedures required under EPA Regulation 40 CFR 265.16 and 40 CFR 262.34(a)(4) for personnel at large quantity generators (LQGs) and hazardous waste treatment, storage, and disposal facilities (TSDFs). The slideshow also applies to small quantity generators (SQGs), though SQGs are not required
Chemical reactions can be extremely hazardous if they are not thoroughly understood and controlled. When intentional or unintentional reactions get out of control, they can result in fires, explosions, or releases of toxic fumes or gases. This session shows how to safely manage reactive chemicals to prevent accidents.
Universal Wastes Large and Small Quantity Handlers
This presentation covers the employee training requirements for large and small quantity handlers of universal wastes. It does not address all the requirements for universal waste transporters or destination facilities.
PPE What Employees Need to Know
After this training session, you will understand how a PPE hazard assessment is conducted, which involves evaluating the workplace and job functions for any potential hazards that can be controlled through the use of PPE; be able to select the proper PPE to protect against the hazards found during the hazard assessment; and be able to show employe