HAZWOPER 8-Hr Refresher Training 29 CFR 1910.120/29 CFR 1926.65 (IACET CEU=0.8)

This course is designed for professionals who engage in hazardous waste/substance operations and/or hazardous materials emergency response, and who have previously completed the 24-hour or 40-hour HAZWOPER certification course. This 8-hour training suite includes over 5 hours of HAZWOPER-specific topics and nearly 3 hours of additional content in support of the overall 8-hour annual refresher requirement.
$55.00

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Course Duration: 477 Minutes

CEU Credits: 0.80

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