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Introduction to HazWoper - The purpose of this unit is to give trainees a general understanding of what “HAZWOPER” means, the purpose of the OSHA HAZWOPER Standard, and the requirements associated with safety and health training and medical surveillance. At the conclusion of this unit, trainees will know what “HAZWOPER” means and the purpose of the OSHA HAZWOPER Standard. They will also have a general understanding of chemical hazards, control measures, and the basic requirements of emergency response training.
GHS: The GHS is an acronym for The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals. The GHS is a system for standardizing and harmonizing the classification and labeling of chemicals.
The main objective of this session is to inform you about the HAZWOPER medical surveillance program. By the time the session is over, you should be able to identify the purpose of HAZWOPER medical surveillance; understand medical surveillance procedures and your role in the program; and participate effectively in the medical surveillance program to protect your health. Duration: 21 minutes.
This course will take approximately 27 minutes to complete. Trainees will learn about the threats posed by hazardous wastes at the work site and where to find additional information about hazardous wastes and other materials; understand the medical surveillance requirements; understand and follow the practices and procedures designed to eliminate or reduce risks of an accident or incident; recognize the engineering controls deployed to help ensure safety; and understand the importance of, and be prepared to properly use, PPE.
This course will take approximately 19 minutes to complete. Trainees will learn to understand their role as a first responder and the company’s emergency response plan; identify hazardous substances and know the risks if they are released or spilled; recognize a hazardous release or spill and potential outcomes; report the spill or release by calling for help, notifying others of the chemical spill or release, and helping coordinate an evacuation.