HazMat Student provides HAZWOPER training courses for New Jersey workers who need to meet HAZWOPER training requirements. Our online and classroom hazardous waste operations and emergency response training is accepted throughout the state of New Jersey, though additional training may be needed to meet state-specific regulations. We even offer 40 hour HAZWOPER training courses in NJ.
Online Courses | We offer 100% online HAZWOPER training courses designed by OSHA Certified Outreach Trainers. Our online safety training is fully narrated, self-paced, and available 24/7 for maximum flexibility and convenience. To ensure your satisfaction, we also provide a 100% Money Back Guarantee*.
HAZWOPER Certification: Students can download, save or print their Course Completion Certificate immediately upon completing the course. Most of our HAZWOPER courses include a PVC Wallet ID Card, which is mailed within 24 hours of course completion. For 8 Hour HAZWOPER courses, the Wallet ID Card is optional for an additional $5.
Classroom Courses | We also offer our OSHA compliant HAZWOPER training in the classroom, including our 40 Hour HAZWOPER, 24 Hour HAZWOPER, and 8 Hour HAZWOPER Refresher courses. Our classroom courses are currently offered in various cities, including some classes offered in Edison. Alternately, we can bring on-site training to your location or to cities such as Newark, Jersey City, Paterson, Elizabeth, or elsewhere when hosted by your employer. Contact us for additional information.
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New Jersey does not have a federally approved occupational safety and health program for private sector workplaces, so private sector workers in New Jersey must comply with federal workplace safety and health regulations for hazardous waste operations and emergency response that are provided by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) / Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
For public sector workers, a federally approved occupational safety and health program is in place. The plan mirrors federal HAZWOPER workplace safety and health regulations for general industry, with some state specific requirements in areas such as the Fire Brigade and Hazard Communication Program. These regulations are enforced by New Jersey Public Employee Occupational Safety and Health Program (PEOSH).