8-Hour Emergency Responder Technician Level III Annual Refresher Course Online
Who Should Take This Course?
24 hour Level III Emergency Response Technicians
According to OSHA regulations, each level of emergency responder must take an 8 hour annual refresher course to stay current on the techniques used in a hazardous materials incident. The 8-hour online refresher course helps to meet the requirements of OSHA in an informative and interactive manner. Included in the course are numerous techniques used in keeping the responder safe while containing and mitigating a hazardous materials spill.
In order to fully comply with OSHA standards, students must review their company Emergency Response Plan as a part of their annual refresher training. Before the student will be allowed access to the final exam, they must attest to having reviewed a current copy of their ERP.
Advanced course features include:
- Narrations, module quizzes, checkpoints, multiple student interactions, advanced bookmarking;
- Streaming video, Streaming Audio, Live Instructor Chat, course glossary, course library, advanced time tracking (insure students complete OSHA mandated hours requirements);
- Chapter quizzes, student checkpoints and a “End of Course” Final Exam to ensure competency.
These information packed modules, combined with industry best practices and the convenience of a self-paced, online learning will have you wondering why you ever put up with the old “page turner” courses of the past!
Employees have a full 90-days to complete the online curricula (extensions are available, just call prior to expiration) with the added benefit of being allowed to login and train at your leisure (no specific start and stop times). After completing the course, students will be sent a Certificate of Completion suitable for framing (not a black & white “downloaded copy”).
Learning outcomes include understanding:
- Response techniques used during a hazardous materials incident
- Applicable levels of protection
- Decontamination and Containment methods
Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist
Per OSHA, students must complete a minimum of 8 hours (self-paced) training online, and pass a graded final exam with a score of 70% or higher.
CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites
Course Topics - Contact Us for a Detailed Outline
- Site Emergencies
- Information Sources
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Respiratory Protection
- Hazard Communications
- Radiation Safety
- Medical Surveillance
- Air Monitoring
- Fire Protection
- Containment of Hazardous Material Spills