HazMat Student provides HAZWOPER training courses, both online and in the classroom, to help Arizona workers meet the HAZWOPER training requirements. We provide hazardous waste operations and emergency response training that is accepted throughout the state, though Arizona has some state-specific regulations that may require additional training.
Online Courses | We offer 100% online HAZWOPER training courses which have been designed by OSHA Certified Outreach Trainers with your convenience in mind. Our online training courses are fully narrated, and can be taken at your own pace, while saving your progress. Our online courses are available 24/7 and come with a 100% Money Back Guarantee*.
Course HAZWOPER Certification can be downloaded, saved or printed upon course completion. See sample Course Completion Certificate . PVC Wallet ID Card Cards are included with most of our HAZWOPER courses, and are mailed within 24 hours of course completion. The ID Card is optional on our 8 Hour HAZWOPER courses for an additional $5.
Classroom Courses | Our 40 Hour HAZWOPER, 24 Hour HAZWOPER, and 8 Hour HAZWOPER Refresher courses, among others, are also OSHA compliant and can also be taken in a classroom setting. Classes are held in various cities, or we can bring on-site training to Phoenix, Tuscon, Mesa, Chandler, or your work location, when hosted by your employer. Contact us for more information.
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Arizona has a federally approved occupational safety and health program, enforced by the Arizona Industrial Commission (AIC) / Division of Occupational Safety and Health (ADOSH). The Arizona State Plan applies to both public and private sector workers, excluding Federal Government employees who fall under federal jurisdiction.
By reference, the state of Arizona has adopted the federal HAZWOPER workplace safety and health regulations for public sector employees. Arizona HAZWOPER standards mirror federal regulations, though there are some state specific requirements, such as prohibiting the use of short-handled hoes in agriculture and the use of PVC pipe to transport compressed gasses.