HazMat Student offers a variety of HAZWOPER training courses which are accepted throughout Colorado, and which help Colorado workers to meet HAZWOPER training requirements. We provide options both online and in the classroom for hazardous waste operations and emergency response training.
Online Courses | Our 100% online HAZWOPER training was designed by OSHA Certified Outreach Trainers, with an emphasis on flexibility, convenience, and maximum learning. The courses are available 24/7, and are fully narrated and self-paced. We provide a 100% Money Back Guarantee* to ensure your satisfaction with our online courses.
HAZWOPER Certification: Immediately upon course completion, students can save, print or download a Course Completion Certificate . The PVC Wallet ID Card, which is included with most of our HAZWOPER courses, is mailed within 24 hours of course completion. The Wallet ID Card is optional (for an additional $5) in our 8 Hour HAZWOPER courses.
Classroom Courses | Classroom HAZWOPER courses are also available, including our 40 Hour HAZWOPER, 24 Hour HAZWOPER, and 8 Hour HAZWOPER Refresher. These OSHA compliant HAZWOPER training classes can be taken in various cities, or on-site training can be brought to your location or to cities such as Denver, Colorado Springs, Aurora, Fort Collins, or elsewhere when hosted by your employer. Contact us for more information.
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Colorado is required to comply with federal workplace safety and health regulations, as the state doesn’t have their own occupational safety and health program that has been federally approved. For Colorado, hazardous waste operations and emergency response regulations and standards are provided by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) / Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). All workers who handle hazardous materials are required to take 24 or 40 Hour HAZWOPER training, along with annual refresher training.