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What is Included in the OSHA 24-Hour HAZWOPER Course from National Safety Training?

Last updated 6 years ago

Originally developed for hazardous waste and emergency response workers, the OSHA 24-hour HAZWOPER course can benefit any employee who treats, stores, or disposes of hazardous waste or has the potential to do so at some point while on the job. To find out what is included in the 24-Hour course provided by National Safety Training, read this article.


Since workers who deal with hazardous wastes are typically supposed to do everything in their power to avoid or reduce harm to living organisms and the natural environment, the science of toxicology plays an important role in the HAZWOPER training course. A basic knowledge of several different chemicals and the adverse effects that they have on Earth-dwelling life is imparted on every individual who enrolls in the course.

Site Safety Planning

A number of organizational and preparatory steps can be employed to minimize the risks associated with hazardous chemical spillage and to make cleanup easier. Human resource managers of companies who deal with such chemicals en masse may want to consider arranging a course for a newly hired corps of employees so that each of them will be familiar with these site safety planning measures when starting the job.

How to Adhere to Federal and State Agency Regulations

In accordance with the standards set forth by the Occupational Health & Safety Administration, National Safety Training’s 24-hour HAZWOPER course will ensure that all participants will be familiar with and equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to meet federal regulations that apply to them.

Detection of Common and Less Common Hazards

It is important for hazardous waste and emergency response workers to be able to recognize and properly handle common problems associated with hazardous waste because they are likely to encounter  them at some point while on the job. However, being aware of warning signs of less common hazards is also important because fewer people can detect and address these problems, making their danger to people, animals, and the environment potentially grave.

Would you like to learn more about National Safety Training LLC’s 24-hour HAZWOPER course?  Call (513) 924-4857 to speak to a knowledgeable member of our U.S.-based support team today. 


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