HAZWOPER Training Santa Ana, CA


The Best HAZWOPER Training Santa Ana, CA, Has to Offer

ROI Safety Services offers HAZWOPER training. Santa Ana, CA, companies can get site-specific education from us!

OSHA developed the HAZWOPER (Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response Standard) program to protect workers against hazardous materials onsite. Such regulations ensure the health and safety of employees when followed correctly.

Our courses are designed to comply with all OSHA regulations!

What We Provide

When you partner with ROI Safety services, you receive these benefits:

  • Initial certification and training through courses that last anywhere from 24 to 40 hours
  • Refreshers for HAZWOPER certification renewal that takes eight hours
  • Refresher and initial training for incident commanders and supervisors
  • Also available: 49 CFR DOT HAZMAT training

The Initial Training

Employers and employees part of the OSHA HAZWOPER standard must take HAZWOPER training in a 24 or 40-hour course. 

The 24-hour HAZWOPER training is for people who will not be exposed to hazardous substances above or at the Permissible Exposure Limits when working at contaminated sites. Training is based on responders’ functions and duties while part of an emergency response organization.

With the 40-hour HAZWOPER training, Santa Ana, CA employees learn technical information on these and other topics:

  • Health hazard monitoring techniques and procedures
  • Spill containment
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • The employer’s health and safety program
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Options for Commanders and Supervisors

Supervisors and commanders may need different training, and this is on a case-by-case basis. Don’t worry! We can help you determine what you need. 

The eight-hour course for an on-scene incident commander requires the 24-hour training mentioned above. This training also helps in these areas:

  • Knowing and being able to implement the incident command system for the employer
  • Knowing how to implement the emergency response plan set up by the employer
  • Knowing and understanding the risks and hazards associated with people working in protective clothing
  • Knowing how to implement a local emergency response plan
  • Knowing and understanding how crucial decontamination procedures are
  • Knowing the emergency response plan for the state and the Federal Regional Response Team

There’s also an eight-hour course for hazardous waste workers, but they require the 40-hour training from above. This training focuses on specialized topics, such as:

  • Spill containment
  • PPE 
  • Health hazard monitoring techniques and procedures
  • The employer’s safety/health program

We also offer eight-hour refresher courses that should be completed annually once the employees finish the initial training. These refreshers reacquaint workers with the information they learned at first.

Likewise, we provide DOT HAZMAT training, which must be completed every three years. This four-hour program fulfills initial and refresher requirements and is required for those who handle hazardous materials.

RCRA Hazardous Waste Training

The DOT HAZMAT training must be completed by employees who will

  • Operate vehicles used to transport hazardous materials
  • Transport hazardous materials
  • Unload or load vehicles
  • Complete shipping paperwork
  • Label containers
  • Fill or select hazardous material packages

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