HAZWOPER 40 Course Description

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$245.00 per person. Group rates are available for 3 or more employees.

OSHA Compliance 

This HAZWOPER 40 course is designed to meet OSHA HAZWOPER requirements 29 CFR 1910.120 paragraphs [e] for hazardous waste sites. It includes 40 hours of online classroom instruction. Pursuant to OSHA CFR 1910.120(e), General Site Workers are required to undergo 40 hours of offsite training if they work on a contaminated site and are exposed to hazardous materials at or above Permissible Exposure Levels. Also, these workers must receive three days of actual field experience under a trained and experienced supervisor. This is the responsibility of the employer.  

The course covers the contents of a safety and health plan which is necessary for site assessment and remedial operations. It instructs participants on recognizing potential safety, health, and other risks at hazardous waste restoration sites. It also trains them to utilize work techniques and personal protective equipment (PPE) effectively.

Course Duration

The course is comprehensive and is rated for 40 hours of study time. It consists of 25 modules plus a final exam. You will be able to login and logout on your own schedule. The HAZWOPER 40 course will begin where you left off for a new study session.

OSHA HAZWOPER Certificate 

Upon successful completion of the course (finishing each module and final exam), a certificate (8X10) is immediately available for download. A copy of your certificate will always reside in our database should you need another copy in the future.


The course covers several subject sections, including: 

• Regulatory Agencies
• Global Harmonized System (Hazard Communication) Overview 
• Training Programs
• Flammables
• Corrosives & Reactives
• Toxicology
• Health and Safety Plan
• Emergency Response Plan
• Air Monitoring
• Confined Spaces
• Illumination
• Lockout / Tagout
• Medical Surveillance
• Heat Stress
• NIOSH Pocket Guide
• Spill Notification
• Drum & Container Handling
• Bloodborne Pathogens
• DOT Labeling and Placarding
• Site Characterization
• Respiratory Protection
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Transportation
• Decontamination and Termination


The objective of the online course is for an individual to become certified so they may safely conduct HAZWOPER work. This complies with the OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1910.120 (e).