Environmental Management Institute, Inc.

Environmental Management Institute, Inc.

13 training found

Training

  • HAZWOPER Courses

    Timetable of training courses

  • OSHA Hazwoper Trainer

    OSHA Hazwoper Trainer

    The OSHA HAZWOPER standard (40 CFR 1910.120 and 1926.59, paragraphs (e) and (q)) requires that persons conducting HAZWOPER training be trained in the particular specialty they will be training and have experience and/or training in how to conduct adult courses.

  • OSHA Hazwoper RCRA TSDF Worker

    OSHA Hazwoper RCRA TSDF Worker

    The OSHA HAZWOPER standard (29 CFR 1910.120(p) and 1926.59(p)) requires that people who work at permitted hazardous waste treatment, storage, and disposal facilities (RCRA TSDFs) must receive specific training on the hazards of the operations which they perform, including the emergency response plan for dealing with releases.

  • OSHA Hazwoper General Site Worker / Underground Storage Tank Removal Worker

    OSHA Hazwoper General Site Worker / Underground Storage Tank Removal Worker

    OSHA HAZWOPER requirements (29 CFR 1910.120(b-o) and 1926.59(b-o)) for cleanup operations apply to all employees who work at the site of an ordered cleanup or who are contracted to cleanup a release after a HAZWOPER emergency response has occurred concerning an OSHA hazardous substance. An OSHA hazardous substance to include DOT hazardous materials, CERCLA hazardous substances, RCRA hazardous wastes, disease-causing agents, and includes petroleum...

  • OSHA Hazwoper Limited Site Worker

    OSHA Hazwoper Limited Site Worker

    The Institute Limited Site Worker course is designed to help such persons obtain this training. Because of its emphasis on hazard awareness and exposure prevention, it is also a good course for people managing household hazardous waste.

  • OSHA Hazwoper Site Supervisor

    OSHA Hazwoper Site Supervisor

    HAZWOPER requirements for cleanup operations (29 CFR 1910.120(e))apply to all employees who work at the site of an ordered cleanup or who are contracted to cleanup a release after a HAZWOPER emergency response has occurred concerning an OSHA hazardous substance. An OSHA hazardous substance to include DOT hazardous materials, CERCLA hazardous substances, RCRA hazardous wastes, disease-causing agents, and includes petroleum products with a flashpoint of...

  • OSHA Hazwoper First Responder Operations

    OSHA Hazwoper First Responder Operations

    OSHA requires (29 CFR 1910.120(q) and 1926.59(q)) that employees performing chemical emergency response must receive training commensurate with their duties.HAzwoper First Responder Operations level employees are an important part of any emergency response team, because they can perform a multitude of duties. Although they are forbidden by the rule to approach the release area for the purpose of containment or control, they are allowed to carry out of...

  • OSHA Hazwoper Hazardous Materials Technician Initial

    OSHA Hazwoper Hazardous Materials Technician Initial

    Trainees in this course will actually don and doff the type of Level A equipment used for protection during responses to releases of especially hazardous chemicals, as well as receiving training on all aspects of the response and their role in the overall incident management system.

  • OSHA Hazwoper Incident Commander (Completion Course)

    OSHA Hazwoper Incident Commander (Completion Course)

    This course is offered only to persons who can demonstrate that they have completed the HazMat Technician course at the Institute or elsewhere. Ideally Incident Commanders would take our HazMat Professionals course, but we offer this course for people who have been functioning as HazMat Technicians but whose employers want them to take on additional responsibilities.

  • OSHA Hazwoper Emergency Response Professional Initial

    OSHA Hazwoper Emergency Response Professional Initial

    There is no training beyond the 24-hour technician training for HazMat Specialists, but since OSHA defines them as a having a liaison function, we feel that it is important that they be trained in the same topics as the person in charge. Thus, our HAZWOPER Professional course is a 40-hour course rather than a shorter course allowed by the law.

  • OSHA HAZWOPER Refreshers

    OSHA HAZWOPER Refreshers

    The OSHA HAZWOPER standards (29 CFR 1910.120 and 29 CFR 1926.59) requires training for employees who might be exposed to a DOT hazardous material or a biological hazard while performing three types of work: conducting cleanups at a government-recognized waste site; working at a RCRA-permitted hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facility (TSDF); or performing emergency response to a potential or actual release.

  • OSHA Waste Site Cleanup Worker/Supervisor Refresher

    OSHA Waste Site Cleanup Worker/Supervisor Refresher

    The OSHA HAZWOPER standards (29 CFR 1910.120 and 29 CFR 1926.59) requires training for employees who might be exposed to a DOT hazardous material or a biological hazard while performing three types of work: conducting cleanups at a government-recognized waste site; working at a RCRA-permitted hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facility (TSDF); or performing emergency response to a potential or actual release.

  • OSHA Chemical Emergency Response Team Member Refresher

    OSHA Chemical Emergency Response Team Member Refresher

    The OSHA HAZWOPER standards (29 CFR 1910.120 and 29 CFR 1926.59) requires training for employees who might be exposed to a DOT hazardous material or a biological hazard while performing three types of work: conducting cleanups at a government-recognized waste site; working at a RCRA-permitted hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facility (TSDF); or performing emergency response to a potential or actual release.

  • OSHA RCRA TSDF Worker Refresher

    OSHA RCRA TSDF Worker Refresher

    The OSHA HAZWOPER standards (29 CFR 1910.120 and 29 CFR 1926.59) requires training for employees who might be exposed to a DOT hazardous material or a biological hazard while performing three types of work: conducting cleanups at a government-recognized waste site; working at a RCRA-permitted hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facility (TSDF); or performing emergency response to a potential or actual release.