OSHA Courses

8-Hour Hazardous Waste Worker Refresher Course
OSHA requires this annual Refresher Course for hazardous waste workers. The course reviews the Initial Course, lessons learned from accidents, and presents new procedures and regulatory changes. Upon completion, each worker receives an “Eight-Hour Refresher Card” that certifies the worker to continue hazardous waste work for 12 months.

10-Hour OSHA Construction Safety and Health Outreach Course
Many contractors and jurisdictions require construction workers to take this course on OSHA standards, electrical safety, fall protection and other topics chosen to match the job tasks of the workers attending the course. Upon completion, each worker receives an “OSHA 10-Hour Card” showing that the worker completed this course.

16-Hour Emergency Responder – Operations Level Course
OSHA requires this course for warehouse and freight workers who respond to hazmat incidents in a manner beyond that allowed for awareness-trained workers. The course includes classroom learning and realistic hands-on defensive responder techniques. Upon completion, each worker receives a card that certifies the worker as an emergency responder – operations level.

40-Hour Initial Hazardous Waste Worker Course
OSHA requires this course for workers at hazardous waste sites. The course includes classroom learning and realistic hands-on activities using respirators, protective clothing and safety equipment. Upon completion, each worker receives a “40-Hour Card” that certifies the worker for 12 months, at which time OSHA requires a Refresher Course.