24-hour Emergency Responder Basic Health and Safety Training
osha 1910.120 requires that all personnel who are expected to respond pro-actively to emergencies involving hazardous materials must receive 24 hours of special training on hazardous materials. TNEC's 3-day program combines interactive classroom activities, dress-out in level' A suits, and live emergency simulations to prepare students for a proper response. The curriculum includes workplace risk-mapping, chemical hazards and awareness, how to use the NIOSH Pocket Guide, air monitoring, selection and use of PPE, spill containment and decontamination. A post-simulation debriefing challenges students to evaluate the effectiveness of their response.