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HAZWOPER For Uncontrolled Hazardous Waste Site Workers

HAZWOPER For Uncontrolled Hazardous Waste Site Workers


Use the information under Course Offerings to fill out the registration form.

Course Registration

Course Offerings

Offering No. CDP CIN N74 ENVIRONMENTAL TRAINING COURSES Start Date End Date Location
17030 335G A-4A-0075 HAZWOPER (4O HR) 22-May-17 26-May-17 San Diego, CA (Miramar)
N/A 335G A-4A-0075 HAZWOPER (40 HR) N/A N/A No offerings scheduled at this time

Course Description

 This course trains personnel to perform their duties at environmental restoration sites safely and in compliance with Federal Hazardous Waste and Emergency Response Operation (HAZWOPER) regulations. The course identifies the requirements for site safety and health plans for investigative and remediation work.The training addresses safety, health, and other hazards potentially encountered at environmental restoration sites and trains personnel to use work practices and personal protective equipment (PPE) to minimize the risks from hazards. This is an Inter-Service Environmental Education Review Board (ISEERB) approved course and meets the initial training requirement for 40-hours of off-site instruction for general site workers as mandated by 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1910.120(e).

 

**Please note: Effective FY12, NAVFAC HQ no longer provides funding for the CECOS HAZWOPER 40-Hr Site Worker course.**

 

CECOS continues to provide this training upon request. If you are interested in hosting an offering at your installation, please contact the Course Director, Sean Tolnay at sean.tolnay@navy.mil or by phone: 805-982-1796 (DSN 551-1796).

 

The Environmental Protection Agency also offers the HAZWOPER 40-Hr Site Workers training on a space available basis. For the most current schedule, please visit: http://www.trainex.org/offeringslist.cfm?courseid=23.

Personnel Eligible

N/A

Quota Control

This course is specifically required for Navy personnel positions listed under Chapters 27 & 28 of OPNAVINST 5090.1C.