Many classes will be concurrently presented online in live, instructor-led webinar format (this listing) as well as in-person with limited seating availability (view the in-person listing here).
29 CFR 1910.120* & 8 CCR 5192*
Earn a 40-Hour HAZWOPER certificate by supplementing the 24-Hour HAZWOPER course to fulfill the 40-Hour HAZWOPER training standard training requirements.* The topics covered in the 16-Hour HAZWOPER Supplemental include air monitoring, respiratory protection, site control, sampling, field-specific operations, and a field exercise incorporating the use of personal protective equipment, monitoring, sampling, and decon practices. Each student will receive a course materials download link prior to the webinar and a certificate of completion following the training.
Individuals who are medically evaluated, present a physician’s written consent, and bring their personal respirator are entitled to receive a qualitative fit test free of charge (at our Folsom training facility only) or a quantitative fit test for an additional fee of $35 (also available at our Folsom training facility only). Given the circumstances, please contact NES to arrange an appointment for fit testing.
*Students must provide proof that they completed 24-Hour HAZWOPER training.
Contents of this course comply with 29 CFR 1910.120 regulations and 8 CCR 5192 and will fulfill the requirements for the 40-Hour HAZWOPER training when combined with the 24-Hour HAZWOPER.
Who Should Attend:
This course is for individuals who become general site workers and/or are required to wear respirators at hazardous work sites.
Key Course Topics:
- Respiratory protection
- Air monitoring
- Emergency response overview
- Donning/doffing personal protective equipment (PPE)
- Setting up site control
- Characterizing unknown chemicals
*NOTE: This training does not satisfy 29 CFR 1910.120(q) / 8 CCR 5192(q) emergency response training requirements; employees who would engage in emergency response operations must complete First Responder Operations, Hazardous Materials Technician, and/or Incident Commander training as determined by their anticipated level of response and operations responsibilities.