RedVector ETR-2200

OSHA 40 Hour HAZWOPER

OSHA 40 Hour HAZWOPER

40 hrs. Online Course

Level: Intermediate

Item#: ETR-2200

SME: Larry Baylor

Average Rating

4 18
Our 40 Hour HAZWOPER Training Course has been designed for, and is required to be taken by workers that will potentially be exposed to hazardous substances.  This can include clean-up operations or operations involving hazardous wastes at facilities, and the storage, treatment, or disposal of hazardous substances, as well as emergency response operations.  This course, which is taken entirely online, was built in accordance with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120, the standard for HAZWOPER training, and is continually updated to ensure relevance in today’s safety environment.
 
This fully narrated course is broken up into 10 parts.  There will be knowledge check quizzes throughout these parts to help keep the learner on pace.  These quizzes will prepare you for the final, which you will take at the end of the course.
 
After passing the final with a score of 70% or better, you will be able to print a personalized certificate with your name, the course you passed, the date taken, certificate number, as well as our company information should anyone need to verify the authenticity of the certificate.
 
Please understand that with any HAZWOPER 40 Hour training course, OSHA still requires (per 29 CFR 1910.120 (e)(3)(i)) that a student receive a minimum of 3 days actual field experience from their employer, under the direct supervision of a trained experienced supervisor.  Each job site is unique, and can present different hazards and equipment requirements. That is why many of our students who select this HAZWOPER 40 Hour online training, couple it with the site-specific field experience from their employer.
Course Objectives

TOPICS COVERED INCLUDE:

  • Site Characterization and Control
  • Planning & Organization
  • Decontamination
  • Medical monitoring
  • Materials Handling
  • Emergency Response
  • Training
  • Hazard Recognition including Biological, Radiological, & Meteorological
  • PPE & NIOSH
SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT: Larry Baylor
Larry Baylor has been providing workplace safety training in the private sector for over 25 years. Previously has the president and owner of Environmental Training Consultants, Larry provided direct hands on classroom instruction to thousands of employees through over 150 corporate clients throughout the Midwest.

Having served as an expert safety consultant to Fortune 1000 clients, Larry has managed the development of numerous corporate safety plans as well as serving as on site safety officer. This has given him extensive knowledge of the safety requirements of a variety of different industries.

Prior to running Environmental Training Consultants, Larry worked as the assistant to the Director of Labor for the Illinois Department of Labor. In this role, Larry directly advised the Director of Labor and served as the superintendent and department head, overseeing 4 separate divisions within the IDOL. In this capacity, Larry also helped to produce the Illinois Labor Law Book, and provided consulting on Illinois labor laws and regulations.

Larry also served in The United States Navy, where he achieved the rank of Captain, serving as a commanding officer for operational intelligence, specializing in Middle East intelligence.

Currently, Larry serves as the Vice President of Content Development for eTraining, where he has helped to develop over 40 interactive safety courses covering US OSHA, EPA, and DOT regulations. He oversees content development by subject matter experts and has direct input and final approval on all safety and technical content throughout the curriculum.

Larry has a Bachelor of Science in Plant Industries from Southern Illinois University.
Course Reviews (18)
Exam was good east to use
By (Engineer) on Jun, 29, 2020
Exam was good east to use.
really liked the experience
By on Apr, 12, 2020
really liked the experience.
MSDS is now called Safety Data Sheets
By (Professional Organization) on May, 11, 2020
MSDS is now called Safety Data Sheets. I believe the training is dated. Liked the videos, please add more...and newer ones.
Please update MSDS to SDS
By on Oct, 22, 2019
Please update MSDS to SDS
a lot of material to cover
By on Jan, 27, 2020
a lot of material to cover
hard!
By on Sep, 26, 2019
hard!
Some information needs to be updated, some parts were repetitive
By on Nov, 07, 2019
Some information needs to be updated, some parts were repetitive. More videos would help.
The images of animal testing were gruesome and unnecessary
By on Nov, 19, 2019
The images of animal testing were gruesome and unnecessary
Long, but concise
By on Dec, 30, 2019
Long, but concise
The timer to document work time was not accurate
By on Jun, 15, 2020
The timer to document work time was not accurate. the site would crash multiple times. Difficult to follow at times
- Update slide design - Coordinate appearance of text with audio - Check for grammar and spelling - Use more video
By on Mar, 13, 2020
- Update slide design - Coordinate appearance of text with audio - Check for grammar and spelling - Use more video
it was good
By on Oct, 07, 2019
it was good. thanks!
There are some typos on several slides and incorrect punctuation
By on Sep, 29, 2019
There are some typos on several slides and incorrect punctuation. Not all of the videos worked (I used Chrome for this course).
Very repetitive in some sections
By on Jun, 09, 2020
Very repetitive in some sections.
n/a
By on Nov, 01, 2019
n/a
Course is much too long and constantly repeats itself
By on Jun, 05, 2020
Course is much too long and constantly repeats itself.
-The system keeps glitching
By on Jun, 11, 2020
-The system keeps glitching. -very dry.
Took too long was extremely boring and felt like it contained a large amount of information that was not relevant to my field
By on Mar, 16, 2020
Took too long was extremely boring and felt like it contained a large amount of information that was not relevant to my field.