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24-Hour HAZWOPER Occasional Site Worker — May 25-27, 2021 (San Antonio TX)

24 Hour HAZWOPER Training

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24 Hour HAZWOPER Training


OSHA requires 24-hours of specialized training for individuals who work on a controlled or hazardous site (29 CFR1910.120(e)).

The 24-Hour HAZWOPER Training Course is designed for workers who are NOT involved in direct clean-up actions (generally referred to as working conditions that require a protection level of "C or above) such as drillers, surveyors, contractors, administrative personnel, drivers, etc. Workers attending


The 24-Hour HAZWOPER Seminar will cover health and safety procedures during work operations at hazardous material sites.


Employees who work where hazardous materials may be encountered, prepared, packaged, labeled, marked, stored, or shipped for disposal and any facility where hazardous materials are treated, stored, or disposed of will be required to receive 24 Hour HAZWOPER Training!


Course Topics


  • OSHA Regulations
  • General Safety Hazards
  • Planning and Organization
  • Chemical Hazards ID Systems
  • Hazard Communication for HAZWOPER
  • Toxicology
  • Ionizing Radiation
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Chemical Protective Equipment
  • Heat Stress
  • Medical Surveillance
  • Meters and Monitoring
  • Fire Protection Requirements
  • Confined Spaces
  • 24 Hour HAZWOPER Exam

REQUIRED TIME TO COMPLETE THIS COURSE:  24 Hours of training


For more dates and location visit:
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


How often do I need to update my 24 Hour HAZWOPER Training?

24 Hour HAZWOPER Certification is good for a year. After that, you will need to receive

refresher training annually to learn about any updates or changes to HAZWOPER.

How can I get OSHA HAZWOPER Certified?

All HAZWOPER courses can be taken either online or in a classroom setting except 40

Hour HAZWOPER and the upgrade from 24 hour to 40 hour training, which must include

an in-class hands-on portion to be compliant with OSHA.

How many levels of training are associated with HAZWOPER?

There are two HAZWOPER Training levels. 40 Hour HAZWOPER- Workers responsible

for cleanup operations. 24 Hour HAZWOPER Training is for Occasional site workers

that aren't involved in cleanup operations. There are also two other courses related to

HAZWOPER. The 8 Hour HAZWOPER course is the refresher course for both 24 and

40 Hour HAZWOPER and the 16 Hour Course that upgrades 24 hour certification to

40 Hour!

What’s the difference between 24 and 40 Hour HAZWOPER Certification?

40 Hour HAZWOPER Training is designed more for workers that deal with hazardous

materials directly, including facilities where HAZMAT is prepared, packaged, labeled,

marked, stored, or shipped for disposal and for any facility wherein hazardous wastes are

treated, stored, or disposed of. 24 Hour Training is for workers working at these facilities

but who don't have any responsibility to deal directly or handle any hazardous materials

EX: drillers, surveyors, contractors, administrative personnel & drivers. Many companies

will make workers get the 40 Hours course to make sure they are ready for any situation

just in case.

Who needs 24 Hour HAZWOPER Training?

24 Hour HAZWOPER Training is for workers who are not required to clean-up hazardous

spills or materials, that normally requires 40 Hour training. Also, if conditions don't

require a protection level of "C or above (i.e., drillers, surveyors, contractors,

administrative personnel & drivers)

What is the purpose of HAZWOPER?

OSHA created HAZWOPER, or Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response,

to teach employees involved with hazardous waste cleanup, disposal, or emergency

response on protecting themselves at work.

Where can I take 24 Hour HAZWOPER Training?

According to OSHA, the 24 Hour HAZWOPER Training Course can be completed as an

online training course as long as it covers training requirements under OSHA

29 CFR 1910.120. If not, you would need to attend an Instructor-Led course.

What does HAZWOPER stand for?

HAZWOPER is an acronym for Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response,

which is found under OSHA's CFR (Code of Federal Regulations) 1910.120

What is 24 Hour HAZWOPER Training?

According to OSHA 24 Hour, HAZWOPER Training is required for "occasional site

workers" (those who are not actively involved in the cleanup or removal of hazardous

waste).  "Workers who must perform duties at a hazardous waste site that has not yet

been characterized but where contamination is expected." In short: Workers who don't

handle HAZMAT directly or are not involved in the cleanup. Don't confuse 24 Hour

HAZWOPER with "24-Hour Emergency Response Technician" training (sometimes

incorrectly referred to as "24 Hour HAZWOPER). While part of the same OSHA Standard

(29 CFR 1910.120), their training is found under Sub Paragraph "q". 24-Hour Technicians

may be involved in the "control and containment" of hazardous waste or materials but,

they still cannot handle "clean-up operations". For more information, call an Education

Specialist at Call us at 800-711-2706 Ext 1.

What OSHA standard covers 24 Hour HAZWOPER Training?

The OSHA standard covering 24 Hour HAZWOPER is 29 CFR 1910.120(e). If you need

24 Hour HAZWOPER Training, either online or in a classroom with an Instructor, make

sure the training covers all the mandates under OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120, or your

certification will not be compliant. This the responsibility of you and your employer.

How long is HAZWOPER Certification good for?

All initial HAZWOPER Certifications are valid for 1-year (12 months) from the date of

completion. To remain valid, employees must complete a refresher course (usually

8-hours in duration) annually. This covers changes in regulations, updates, and new

technologies related to HAZWOPER and related sites. For information on 8-Hour

Refresher Training, Call us at 800-711-2706 Ext 1.