HAZWOPER Emergency Response Training for Employees - DVD Training

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Train your new or existing emergency response team to effectively respond to hazardous-substance incidents. 

  • Guides your employees through the OSHA HAZWOPER emergency response training requirements
  • Helps make sure your new or existing emergency response team is prepared to respond to hazardous-substance incidents
  • Shows your employees their role prior to, during, and after an incident
  • Includes an exciting video that follows an incident from the second the hazardous substance is released to the final incident debriefing and recordkeeping
  • Ready-to-use training program includes several components
  • Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired

Program Components

  • (1) 23-Minute, Closed-Captioned Video - Combines engaging video and editing technology with expertise from industry professionals at all levels.
  • (1) Instructor's Guide (includes quiz, transparencies and training tips) (not sold separately) - Provides you with background information and training tips to make the most of each training session.
  • (10) Employee Handbooks - Product Code: 7507 (394-H) - Provides a portable, plain-English reference to be used during and after training. Reviews key points and includes a quiz to check trainees’ understanding of the material.
  • (10) Wallet Cards & Training Certificates - Product Code: 7598 (940-K) - Use to verify that your employees have received training.
  • (1) Awareness Poster - Product Code: 7512 (144-K -P) - Hang in a break room or training area to remind employees about the importance of the topic.

DVD Main Menu

  • Chapter Selections - Access chapters by topics.
    • Introduction - Defines HAZWOPER and how it requires employers to create and implement Emergency Response Plans to protect workers from potentia or actual releases of hazardous substances.
    • The Emergency Response Team - Provides an overview of the roles and responsibilities of an entire Emergency Response Team; also lists the exceptions to having an Emergency Response Team and Plan.
    • First Responder Awareness Level - Offers more specific details on the role and responsibilities of a First Responder to an emergency hazardous substance release.
    • Seven Basic Hazardous Substance Indicators - Offers First Responders information on using the seven clues to identify a hazardous substance: location, container type and shape, marking colors, marking system, shipping papers and MSDS, senses, and criminal and terrorist activity. Also provides an overview of using the Emergency Response Guidebook.
    • First Responder Operations Level - Discusses the role and responsibilities of First Responders at the Operations Level: isolating the area in which a hazardous release occurred, evacuating people to a safe place, and securing and controlling the site of the emergency release. Also provides information on containing a release defensively, proper PPE, decontamination procedures and Termination procedures (debriefing, critiquing and recordkeeping).
    • Conclusion - Concludes with brief remarks on the importance of being prepared for an emergency release.
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