Date: June 01, 2020 to June 01, 2020
Where: Cincinnati State Workforce Development Center, 10100 Reading Road, Cincinnati, Ohio, United States, 45241
Event Type: Business
Ticket Price: N/A
This training focuses on both defensive and offensive measures that stop and contain hazardous material (waste) spills and releases. All training topics covered in the operations level course are also covered in greater detail in this course. This course is designed to meet the OSHA, EPA, NFPA (Operations Level) & USDOT training requirements for individuals who handle or are exposed to hazardous substances. A hazardous substance includes both hazardous material and hazardous waste. Course learning objectives are based on the following references: 29 CFR 1910.120, USDOT 49 CFR Parts 170-179, USEPA 40 CFR Part 311, and NFPA 472. Topics to be covered: Chemical & Toxicological terms and Behaviors HAZMAT Levels of Protection & Select and Wear Chemical Protective Clothing Select, utilize APR & Supplied Air Respirators (SAR) Offensive Spill Containment Techniques DECON Line Operations Medical Surveillance Program US EPA Hazardous Waste Labeling Incident Command System/NIMS Use of Air Monitoring Instruments Implement Emergency Plans Drum Over packing, patching & piping Sampling Techniques US DOT HAZMAT Labeling, Packaging & Placards Risk Assessment & Chemical Profiling Course Outcomes: A hazardous material technician who is competent to respond to all levels up to and including a Level A response. Individual will possess the ability to implement a wide range of emergency plans and competent to use all types of HAZMAT (HAZWOPER) response equipment Note: Firefighters - this course is designed to meet NFPA 472 guidelines for HAZMAT Operations Level Certification. Special Note: In some segments of this course, participants are required to wear respirator equipment, which precludes wearing eyeglasses. Individuals who are severely restricted are required to notify the instructors and be aware that their participation will be limited. During some exercises, participants are required to wear chemical protective clothing, which may be stressful to certain individuals.