HAZWOPER - Introduction
Identify the basic purpose, goals and application of OSHA&#39;s Hazardous Waste Operation and Emergency Response Standard, also known as HAZWOPER, as well as the roles and responsibilities required under it
Identify the purpose of site characterization, the sources of hazardous waste contaminants and their pathways, release mechanisms, and exposure routes
Identify the four steps/phases of the site characterization process
Recognize the purposes of, as well as the differences between, a Health and Safety Program and a Health and Safety Plan (HASP)
Recognize the key elements that make up the Health and Safety Plan (HASP)
In this lesson you will be introduced to OSHA's Hazardous Waste Operation and Emergency Response Standard, also known as HAZWOPER. Because exposure to hazardous substances poses a wide range of negative health effects, your employer is responsible to protect you from anticipated hazards associated with response and recovery operations for hazardous substances. This is the first lesson of an eight-hour refresher HAZWOPER training curriculum.
Health and Safety Program and Health and Safety Plan
1910.120 - Hazardous waste operations and emergency response
SafetySmart Compliance, Hazwoper &amp; Emergency Response, Feb, 2012
Chemical Processing, Risk Assessment: Evaluating HAZWOPER Training Requirements, Dec. 2002
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