|PDH Online Course Description||PDH Units/
Learning Units (Hours)
Jim Newton, P.E., DEE
The OSHA Hazardous Waste and Emergency Operations (HAZWOPER) regulations, found at 29 CFR 1910.120, require all covered individuals who have had the 24-hour or 40-hour required training to have 8-hour refresher training each year. This course provides such training for those covered individuals. Combined with a suggested first aid class, the program covers the complete HAZWOPER program including regulations, personal protective equipment, and key health and safety issues.
This course requires the completion of a multiple-choice quiz at its conclusion in order to obtain the necessary certification for the individuals to continue working at hazardous waste sites covered under the OSHA regulation.
User's Guide to Timed & Monitored Online Courses:
For Timed & Monitored (T&M) online courses, you need to log into your account to view the course content. You must complete the required study time (min. 50 minutes for each PDH) before you can submit your quiz answers and obtain your certificate of completion. However, you may print out the quiz questions anytime after purchase.
You do not need to complete the T&M course in one sitting. You may view the course content from office or home using different devices with Internet connection. Our website will keep track of your total time spent. If necessary, you may print the course content for ease of reading while you are online. You may also preview the content of C181T by viewing the content of C181 since they are identical.
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