Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER)

Introduction Lesson 1

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Special Instruction: Know this book by the end of course.  Four agency DOT/EPA/OSHA/USCG Manual Publication USGPO 85-115,  Hazardous Waste Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste Site and Emergency Response.

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Medical Surveillance

  1. Physicals and Exit Physicals
  2. Medical rights
  3. Sunlight
  4. Noise

Hazard Communication

  1. The Rule 
    1. Whats new! Click Here Globally Harmonized System (GHS)
    2. Labeling
    3. Hazard Communication Safety Data Sheets
    4. Hazard Communication Standard Pictograms
  2. Emergency Response Guidebook
  3. Quiz

Spill Response

  1. Initial actions
  2. Fire Science
  3. Clean up
  4. Post Emergency Response


  1. PH
  2. Acid
  3. Base
  4. Neutralization
  5. Burn Hazards

Environmental and Mechanical Hazards

  1. A Material Handling
  2. B General Hazard Safety Work Practices
  3. C Hydroblasting
  4. D Struck By Caught By
  5. E


  1. What is Toxic
  2. Dose Response Relationship
  3. Routes of Entry
  4. Acute
  5. Chronic
  6. Biohazards

Air Monitoring

  1. Industrial Hygiene
  2. Physical State
  3. Exposure Limits
  4. Air Monitoring Instrumentation
  5. Biohazard Sampling


  1. Types of Radiation
  2. The Hazard
  3. Radiation Protection


  1. Selection and Use
  2. The regulations
  3. Air purifying and Cartridges
  4. PAPR
  5. Air Line Systems
  6. SCBA

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  1. Level D and types of personal protective equipment
  2. Level C and types of chemical resistant apparel
  3. Level B and SCBA or SAR chemical skin protection
  4. Level A SCBA and Totally Encapsulating Suits
  5. Selection and Use

Site Health and Safety Plan

  1. Program Health and Safety Plan
  2. Guidance Manual 85-115
  3. Standard Operating Procedures
  4. Site Specific Plan


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