CHEMTREC Offers HAZWOPER 8-hour Refresher Training
04/14/2023 - 15:52
Online, Interactive, Self-Paced Course Meets OSHA Requirements
WASHINGTON (April 12, 2023) — CHEMTREC®, known for its 24/7 worldwide hazmat emergency response call center, has created a fully interactive HAZWOPER 8-hour Refresher online training course that meets OSHA’s 29 CFR 1910.120 requirements.
“There was a growing need for a training that kept users engaged by providing high quality content and was structured to support off-hours training that did not impact customer productivity. We developed our course with these requirements in mind,” said Bruce Samuelsen, CHEMTREC’s Chief Executive.
OSHA regulations state that workers need to refresh their existing 24-hour or 40-hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard (HAZWOPER) certification every 12 months to stay up-to-date and review safety practices related to hazardous waste and hazardous materials operations.
The CHEMTREC course includes the materials required by OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120. Users will learn a variety of topics, such as personal protective equipment, decontamination, confined space entry, hazard communication, and emergency and fire preparedness.
“CHEMTREC’s online training is different than other virtual trainings. Our courses are fully interactive, with knowledge checks throughout each section to keep the user engaged. We also allow the user to start, stop, and resume at any time so that training can fit easily into their everyday schedule,” said Samuelsen.
While OSHA does not recommend, approve, certify, or endorse individual training programs, CHEMTREC has worked closely with industry experts to develop and deliver a solution that meets the requirements for HAZWOPER 8-hour Refresher training and adheres to the level of quality CHEMTREC is known for.
CHEMTREC’s virtual courses make it easier than ever to stay up to date on required training certifications. All of the courses are available to take at the user’s own pace. When a user completes the course, they will receive a printable certificate and wallet card for their records.
Learn more about the HAZWOPER 8-Hour Refresher course and CHEMTREC’s other training at hazmatsafetytraining.com or email email@example.com.
[i] 29 CFR 1910 mandates training for employees exposed to hazardous substances, health hazards, or safety hazards. The level of training the employer must provide depends on the role the employee will play. It remains the employers’ responsibility to determine the adequate level of training mandated by the CFR. CHEMTREC makes no representations or warranties that its training course(s) will satisfy the requirements for any employee.
Wherever hazardous materials are being stored, transported, and used, CHEMTREC is on hand to offer 24/7 support (in any language) to manage incidents. Operating globally and used by 30,000 organizations (public and private sector), CHEMTREC has offices and partners in major regions, on-the-ground knowledge of local regulations, understanding of local nuances, and appreciation of cultural sensitivities. CHEMTREC offers a suite of services along with its emergency response call center including safety data sheet solutions, hazmat training, consulting solutions, incident reporting, and lithium battery compliance. CHEMTREC is proud to contribute to the practice of safe handling and transportation of hazmat throughout the supply chain.
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