OSHA 24-Hour HAZWOPER Training is designed for hazardous waste and emergency response workers who must satisfy their 24-hour HAZWOPER training requirement. The standards under 29 CFR Part 1910.120 (e) require employees to complete appropriate HAZWOPER training prior to entering or beginning work on an uncontrolled hazardous waste operation.
Examples of workers who qualify for this online training are:
- New Employees
- Hazardous Materials Technicians
- Hazardous Materials Specialists
- On-Scene Incident Commanders
- Management and Supervisors*
- Anyone needing to fulfill a 24-hour HAZWOPER requirement
About 24-Hour HAZWOPER Training
This training is 100% online and fully narrated. All lessons include interactive exercise, quizzes and engaging material to help you learn hazard management and hazardous waste regulations as required by OSHA and other federal safety agencies.
- Satisfies 24-hour standard course requirement
- Receive your Completion Certificate
- Questions about the material? Ask the Course Trainer
- Allows 24/7 access for up to 6 months to complete the course
- Agencies & Regulations
- Types of Hazards
- Hazard Communication
- Levels of Protection
- Detecting Hazardous Materials
- Hazardous Waste
- Confined Spaces
- Fall Protection
- Site Safety Planning
- Site Emergencies
Upon successful completion of this 24-hour HAZWOPER course, you will receive your University of South Florida Program Certificate.
HAZWOPER Refresher Training
OSHA requirements maintain that employees, managers and supervisors need an annual 8-Hour refresher course after the initial 24 or 40 hour HAZWOPER training. » Learn More
* Per 1910.120(e)(4), Management and supervisor training may be reduced from 40 hours to 24 hours and one day if the only area of their responsibility is employees covered by paragraphs (e)(3)(ii) and (e)(3)(iii)) under this part, and at least eight additional hours of specialized training at the time of job assignment on such topics as, but not limited to, the employer's safety and health program and the associated employee training program, personal protective equipment program, spill containment program, and health hazard monitoring procedure and techniques.