HAZMAT
These courses comply with and
exceed the standard - OSHA
1910.120
HAZMAT

  • Incident Command

  • Prerequisite: 24 Hour Initial HAZMAT Course
  • This course is designed for the individuals who would be in
    charge of a HAZMAT response.
  • Location specific policies and procedures are used (ex.
    EAP, etc.).
  • Training Timeline:
  • Every 2-3 years (must continue to demonstrate
    competency)
  • 8 Hour Operations Level

  • This certification is
    designed for the individuals
    who would not wear Levels
    A, B, C, or D during a
    HAZMAT response.
  • It is six hours of hands-on
    training and is competency-
    based.
  • Location specific
    equipment is used.
  • Location specific policies,
    and procedures are used
    (ex. EAP, etc.).
  • Training Timeline:
  • Every 12 months
  • 8 Hour Technician Refresher

  • Prerequisite: 24 hour Initial Technician Level
  • Prerequisite: Current physical for all individuals
    required to use an SCBA.
  • This course is designed as a yearly refresher
    HAZMAT course.
  • It is six hours of hands-on training and is
    competency-based.
  • Location specific equipment is used (ex.
    SCBA's, Level A suits, meters, etc,)
  • Location specific policies and procedures are
    used (ex. EAP, etc.)
  • Individuals who complete the 8 Hour
    Technician Refresher course but do not
    demonstrate competency by wearing the PPE
    during training will be certified as a Refresher
    but not as a Responder.
  • Individuals certified at the technician level can
    be responders in a HAZMAT response.
  • Training Timeline:
  • Every 12 months

  • 24 Hour Initial Technician Level

  • Prerequisite: Current physical for all
    individuals required to use an SCBA.
  • This course is designed as initial
    HAZMAT training.
  • Roles of HAZMAT for the Incident
    Command System are covered.
  • It is hands-on and competency-
    based.
  • Location specific equipment is used
    (ex. SCBA's, Level A suits, meters,
    etc.)
  • Location policies and procedures
    are used (ex. EAP, etc.)
  • Individuals who complete this course
    are eligible for an Incident
    Command Class.
  • Training Timeline:
  • At initial job assigment
  • Anyone who is past 13
    months from their last 8 Hour
    Technician Refresher
When it comes to training:

Are you bored with sitting in class all day and never
wearing a suit?

So Are We.

We believe in drills, having fun, and making people comfortable with the tasks they will need
to perform.

We also think that when you go to training you should not leave a class, taught by a
consultant, and have to go back to your location and retrain on your procedures.
  • 8 Hour Incident Management Course
  • This course is designed for individuals who would be in
    charge of emergency scenarios that do not fall under the
    HAZMAT category.
  • Some examples of scenarios covered include fire, bomb
    threat, confined space, etc.
  • Cold and Hot Days
  • Nights
  • Weekends
  • Snow
  • Rain
Training Equipment
We Recommend:

HAZMAT Suits:

HAZMAT Boots:

Meters:
  • Honeywell: ECP2

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