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Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Training 29 CFR 1910.120

2016-01-26
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Handling Highly Reactive and Explosive Aged Compressed Gas Cylinders at a DoD Facility

Your employees will learn from highly experienced certified professional hazardous materials responders with decades of real world experience.

Custom on-site training at your facility addressing your hazards and using your response equipment. Generic training is cheap, and generally so are the results. Our training prepares your facility's responders to respond safely, effectively, and reduce loss while leading the way in documented compliance.

Hazardous Materials Waste Operations and Emergency Response - (HAZWOPER) 29 CFR 1910.120/Oil Pollution Act 1990 (OPA)

  • 40-Hour HAZWOPER/OPA Technician Level Training
  • 16-Hour HAZWOPER/OPA Incident Commander Training
  • 8 Hour HAZWOPER/OPA Hour Annual Refresher Training
  • 8 Hour HAZWOPER/OPA Hour Practical Skills/Response Scenarios Session(s) Training
  • Site/Process Specific Training
  • 24-Hour HAZWOPER Site Visitor Training
  • 40 Hour HAZWOPER Hazardous Waste Operations Site Worker Training
  • Chlorine Emergency Response Training
  • Anhydrous Ammonia Emergency Response Training
  • Compressed and Liquified Gases Emergency Response Training
  • High Hazard and Reactive Chemicals Emergency Response and Safety Training
  • OSHA Safety Training
  • On-site Compliance Auditing
  • Emergency Action Planning
  • Site Specific Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Team (HMRT) Program Development
  • Site Specific Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Team (HMRT) Standard Operating Procedures and Guidelines (SOP & SOG)Development

Ermergency Response Team (ERT) members use a Sulfur Trioxide (SO3) tanker to practice containing a simulated leak during training. Using onsite equipment is the most realistic method of preparing emergency response personnel at your facility.

 

Realistic simulations allow ERT members at your facility to face real world release scenarios while under direct control and observation of nearby safety personnel. This is a simulated Anhydrous Ammonia gas leak at a Client facility.

 

 

Responders utilize their facility's hazardous atmosphere monitoring equipment to detect levels of Anhydrous Ammonia in a controlled training session. The NH3 is simulated in the container held by the instructor.