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[wptabtitle]8-Hour HAZWOPER Seminar[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Employees who have completed the initial 24 or 40-Hour HAZWOPER course and need their annual refresher training.

Overview

This course provides the OSHA required annual refresher training for employees who have completed the initial 24 or 40-Hour HAZWOPER course. Mandated training can be found in 29 CFR1910.120. Workers attending this course will cover changes in related regulations, several class safety activities, a mock dress-out, health and safety procedures, and personnel protection during work operations at hazardous material sites and many other areas. The content and exercises are updated and changed annually so your employees will not be taking the same class over and over again!

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.120(e)

Course Objectives

OSHA’s main objectives in requiring the 8-Hr HAZWOPER Refresher course include:

  • promoting control and elimination of potential hazards or losses, and
  • protecting the health and safety of workers and the public, and
  • protecting the environment

At the conclusion of this course, students will:

  • Understand how hazardous materials affect the human body, and how to handle and identify these materials
  • Learn the purpose and value of a Health and Safety Plan (HSP)
  • Learn the proper course of actions to take during a site emergency
  • Understand safe methods and work practice controls
  • Recognize signs and labels used to alert personnel of dangers involving hazardous materials

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Quiz on completion of the course.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Credit Education Units: This course qualifies for 1.0 American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) Credit Education Units (CEU’s)

Duration: 8 Hours

Prerequisite: This course is an annual refresher course. All employees MUST have taken either the 24 or 40-Hour HAZWOPER course prior to taking this course. Personnel who have not taken the initial training courses, or have not kept current under OSHA guidelines (training courses MUST have been completed each successive year after taking the initial course, within 12 months of their last refresher) should repeat either the 24 or 40-Hour course to stay in compliance.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Class Participation Exercises
DOT
Final Examination
Handling Hazardous Materials
Hazard Communications
Hazardous Waste
Hazardous Waste Effects
Hazardous Waste Remediation
HAZWOPER Review
Health and Safety Plan Review
HMIS III
MSDS
NFPA 704
Remediation Exercise
Retraining Requirements
Site Control Plans
Student Dress Out Exercises
Tabletop Exercises
Updates/News/Case Studies

Approval Letter – Download

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[wptabtitle]24-Hour HAZWOPER Seminar[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Per OSHA’s Interpretations: “Workers (such as utility workers) who must perform duties at a hazardous waste site that has not yet been characterized but where contamination is expected, do fall under the scope of 29 CFR 1910.120. These workers must work under the direction of an on-site supervisor and a site-specific safety and health plan, and must be fully trained and protected pursuant to the HAZWOPER standard. When additional information becomes available through site characterization which verifies that there is minimal or no risk of employee exposure to hazardous substances, a lesser degree of PPE and worker training may be acceptable.

When site characterization shows that the area to be serviced by workers is free of potential exposure, or the proposed work assignments would not expose any of the work crew to hazardous substances, the activity can be carried out as a normal maintenance or construction operation.

**NOTE*** Employees who have regular duties related to handling or cleaning up hazardous materials or waste in any of these functions should take the 40-hour HAZWOPER course. The 24-hour course is designed for “Occasional Site Workers” meaning those individuals whose job functions DO NOT include the handling of waste or hazardous materials as an integral part of their job.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.120(e)

Overview

OSHA requires 24 hours of safety training under OSHA 29 CFR1910.120(e) for individuals who work on a controlled or hazardous site The 24-Hour Course is for workers either are NOT required to deal directly with cleanup (this would generally be described as not working in conditions that require a protection level of “C or above) such as drillers, surveyors, contractors, administrative personnel, drivers etc. Workers attending this course will cover health and safety procedures during work operations at hazardous material sites.

Course Objectives

The two main objectives of HAZWOPER Operations are to:

  1. Control or eliminate the potential hazards and/or losses, and
  2. Protect the health and safety of workers, the public, and the environment.

PER OSHA’s Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard 29 CFR 1910.120, the purpose of this course is to ensure awareness and promote safety among employees who may be exposed to chemical hazards in the work-site. The objective is to ensure that employees operate in the safest possible manner in situations where contact with potentially hazardous materials is likely.

At the conclusion of this course, students will:

  • Understand how hazardous materials are handled, identified, and human responses to exposure
  • Learn the importance of the Health and Safety Plan (HSP)
  • Incorporate the knowledge of what to do in case of site emergencies
  • Use appropriate safety methods and work practice controls
  • Recognize signs and labels that are used to alert personnel of danger involving hazardous material

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Quiz on completion of the course.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Credit Education Units: This course qualifies for 3.0 American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) Credit Education Units (CEU’s)

Duration: 24 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Seminar Maps

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Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Chemical Hazard Id Systems
Chemical Protective Clothing
Confined Spaces
Final Examination
Fire Protection Requirements
General Safety Hazards
Hazard Communication For HAZWOPER
Heat Stress
Ionizing Radiation
Medical Surveillance
Meters And Monitoring
OSHA Regulations
Planning And Organization
Respiratory Protection
Toxicology

Approval Letter – Download

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[wptabtitle]40-Hour HAZWOPER Seminar[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Guaranteed Classes: To qualify for our Guarantee, students MUST PRE-REGISTER at least 8 business days before the class start date. We will then GUARANTEE to hold the class regardless of the number of registrations. In the event Compliance Solutions does NOT hold a Guaranteed Class AND you have registered in the required time frame, we will REFUND your original class fee AND comp the cost of your 40-Hour course for the next available class. For a complete list of Guaranteed class date, locations and conditions, download a copy of our current schedule.

Who Should Take This Course?

Personnel involved in the following disciplines are required to have 40-hour HAZWOPER training: Removal or handling of underground tanks and/or piping, handling contaminated soil and/or groundwater, subsurface investigations, construction work in which hazardous materials may potentially be present or encountered, situations where HAZMAT is prepared, packaged, labeled, marked, stored or shipped for disposal and for any facility wherein hazardous wastes are treated, stored, or disposed. Please note that in order to be in compliance with OSHA regulations, a refresher must be completed annually to maintain 40-Hour certification.

Note: The 40-Hour initial training is NOT designed to qualify participants as Health and Safety Officers for complex sites. Individuals who have responsibilities as a supervisor or as a Site Safety Officer will require additional training including Compliance Solutions OSHA Site Supervisor Course. The 40-Hour HAZWOPER is a prerequisite for the Site Supervisor Course. Supervisor training is available online or as a traditional seminar (see links below).

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.120(e)

Overview

40-Hour HAZWOPER Seminar provides the initial classroom training mandated by OSHA 29 CFR1910.120(e). Workers attending this instructor-led course will cover 18 different OSHA suggested topics including Health and Safety Procedures, PPE used during work operations at hazardous material sites, Medical Monitoring and many others.

Instructors emphasize a practical approach to worksite health and safety, as such, attendees learn to recognize site hazards and take appropriate steps to prevent illness or injuries while on the jobsite. The 40-Hour initial training is for site workers who have responsibilities to remediate (clean-up) hazardous materials at controlled and un-controlled hazardous sites with hazards or work activities that present some potential for exposure to health and safety hazards. The major emphasis of the class is to provide participants with the ability to evaluate site conditions, recognize situations which may or may not be within their abilities, and to evaluate conditions where assistance is required.

Course Objectives

The two main objectives of HAZWOPER Operations are to:

  1. Control or eliminate the potential hazards and/or losses.
  2. Protect the health and safety of workers, the public, and the environment.

Training Objective: The purpose of this course is to ensure awareness and promote safety among employees who may be exposed to chemical hazards in the work-site. The objective is to ensure that employees operate in the safest possible manner in situations where contact with potentially hazardous materials is likely.

At the conclusion of the course, students will:

  • Understand how hazardous materials are handled, identified, and human responses to exposure
  • Learn the importance of the Health and Safety Plan (HSP)
  • Incorporate knowledge of what to do in case of site emergencies
  • Use appropriate safety methods and work practice controls
  • Recognize signs and labels that are used to alert personnel of danger involving hazardous material
  • Receive certification for HAZWOPER training under 29 CFR 1910.120

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Qualitative Fit Testing: Irritant Smoke Fit testing is available for $35.00 per test. You MUST REGISTER for the fit testing IN ADVANCE as well as meet specific medical requirements. To review fit testing guidelines and requirements, click here: Review Fit Testing Requirements

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Credit Education Units: This course qualifies for 5.0 American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) Credit Education Units (CEU’s)

Duration: 40 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Seminar Maps

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Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Chemical Hazard Id Systems
Chemical Protective Clothing
Confined Spaces
Decontamination
Dress Out Exercise
Final Examination
General Safety Hazards
Fire Protection Requirements
Handling Drums And Containers
Handling Hazardous Materials
Hazard Communication For HAZWOPER
Hazard Communications
Hazardous Waste
HAZWOPER Review
Heat Stress
Ionizing Radiation
Medical Surveillance
Meters And Monitoring
OSHA Regulations
Planning And Organization
Respiratory Protection
Sampling And Packaging
Site Emergencies
Toxicology
Updates/News/Case Studies

Approval Letter – Download

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[wptabtitle]16-Hour-HAZWOPER-Seminar-(Upgrade-24-to-40-Hour)[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Personnel have received 24-Hour HAZWOPER training and who are required to have the 40-hour initial HAZWOPER training (in order to comply with OSHA regulations. Employees involved in removal or handling of underground tanks and/or piping, contaminated soil and/or groundwater, subsurface investigations, construction work in which hazardous materials may potentially be present or encountered, situations where HAZMAT is prepared, packaged, labeled, marked, stored or shipped for disposal and for any facility wherein hazardous wastes are treated, stored, or disposed.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.120(e)

Overview

This course provides 16 additional hours of safety training required under OSHA 29 CFR1910.120(e). Workers attending this course will cover health and safety procedures and personnel protection during work operations at hazardous material sites. This course will upgrade the certification of employees who have received 24-Hour HAZWOPER certification to 40-Hour HAZWOPER certification status thereby allowing workers to participate in clean-up and other related activities under this standard.

Course Objectives

This course provides 16 additional hours of safety training required under OSHA 29 CFR1910.120(e). Workers attending this course will cover health and safety procedures and personnel protection during work operations at hazardous material sites. This course will upgrade the certification of employees who have received 24-Hour HAZWOPER certification to 40-Hour HAZWOPER certification status thereby allowing workers to participate in clean-up and other related activities under this standard.

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

This course provides an upgrade for students previously certified at the 24-hour level to meet 40-hour requirements mandated by OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120. Students will be expected to attend two full days of the class in order to meet the requirements.

Each day contains hands on and tabletop exercises with a dress out exercise on the final day.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 16 Hours

Prerequisites: 24-Hour HAZWOPER Training and or current 8-Hour refreshers for all subsequent years since training.

Seminar Maps

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Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Confined Spaces
Decontamination
Dress Out Exercise
Final Examination
Fire Protection Requirements
Handling Drums And Containers
Handling Hazardous Materials
Hazard Communications
Hazardous Waste
HAZWOPER Review
Meters And Monitoring
Sampling And Packaging
Site Emergencies
Updates/News/Case Studies

Approval Letter – Download

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[wptabtitle]DOT HAZMAT Transportation Seminar-Complete Certification[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Anyone involved in selecting a package, marking a container, applying a label, preparing paperwork (e.g. Bills of Lading, Manifests etc.) or handling a hazardous material.

Applicable Regulation/s

49 CFR 172.704

Overview

The DOT Hazmat Transportation course certifies employees in in the safe and legal transportation of hazmat within the US (domestically) as required by the Department of Transportation (DOT). This one-day course covers the training requirements of 49 CFR 172.704 which state: “Any person involved in offering a hazardous material for transportation must be properly trained…sic”

Per DOT requirements, training must be refreshed every 3 years and employees may not perform materials shipping functions “unsupervised” until this training has been completed. The course takes a unique “10-step” approach to properly shipping, handling and transporting hazardous materials. Each of the 10 elements are explained during class using a combination of lecture and hands-on examples and scenarios that provide a real-world view of what “to do” and what “NOT to do“.

This course contains hands on exercises for each stage of preparing and shipping hazardous materials. Students should be prepared to participate in class discussions, group exercises and class labs:

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Identify the proper shipping methods for hazardous materials in air, water, and land.
  • Recognize information needed on shipping papers for specific types of hazardous wastes
  • Utilize proper labeling, marking, and placarding required for hazardous waste transportation
  • Develop information gathering techniques needed for required incident reporting and emergency notification
  • Show understanding of the documentation for shipping papers and manifests.

Completion Requirements, Function Specific Training and Certification

To complete the certification process, all employees MUST complete function-specific training to demonstrate competency. A “step-by-step” completion matrix for completing this process is included in the student course materials. Please contact us if you have any questions about this portion of the training.

DOT regulations require all students to pass a certification exam which is given at the end of the course. A Certificate of Completion signed by the Instructor and Compliance Solutions, along with a personal wallet card, are awarded upon successfully passing the exam and completing the course requirements.

 

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 6 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Classifications
Emergency Response Guidebook
Final Examination
Hazardous Materials Tables
Hazardous Waste
Incident Reporting
Labeling
Loading and Storage
Marking
Packaging
Placarding
Security
Shipping Documents
Training

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[wptabtitle]Emergency Response Technician Level III Initial Training-Seminar[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Personnel who are involved in the cleanup of spills in manufacturing environments as well as those individuals who are responsible for control or containment of hazardous or potentially hazardous materials are required to receive Emergency Response training. This initial training course focuses on the identification and safe handling of hazardous materials. Individuals who are members of a response team should always have site specific training and drills tailored to their specific hazards before attempting cleanup or containment. In order to stay in compliance with OSHA regulations and maintain certification, a refresher course should be completed annually.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.120(q)

Overview

The Emergency Response Technician Level III Initial Training Seminar provides training mandated under OSHA 29 CFR1910.120(q). This course is conducted in conjunction with our 40-Hour HAZWOPER course. Workers attending this instructor-lead course will cover 18 different OSHA suggested topics including Health and Safety Procedures, PPE used during work operations, Medical Monitoring and many others. The course is held over four days, 10-hours each day.

Course Objectives

This training is mandated under OSHA 29 CFR1910.120(q). This course is conducted in conjunction with our 40-Hour HAZWOPER course. Workers attending this instructor-lead course will cover 18 different OSHA suggested topics including Health and Safety Procedures, PPE used during work operations, Medical Monitoring and many others. The course is held over four days, 10-hours each day. Although the OSHA requirement is only 24 hours, because we hold it concurrently with our 40 Hour class all 24ER students must attend all 4 ten hour days.

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Quiz on completion of the course.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Credit Education Units: This course qualifies for 5.0 American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) Credit Education Units (CEU’s)

Duration: 24 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Seminar Maps

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Qualitative Fit Testing: Irritant Smoke Fit testing is available for $35.00 per test. You MUST REGISTER for the fit testing IN ADVANCE as well as meet specific medical requirements. To review fit testing guidelines and requirements, click here: Review Fit Testing Requirements

Registration Requirements: In order to satisfy OSHA training requirements, each student MUST bring a copy of their company’s Written Emergency Response Plan (ERP). This plan will be used in-class as an exercise and is a required in order to receive certification. After you register, you will receive a call from our Customer Service Department. At that time, you will need to e-mail an electronic copy of the ERP (PDF or Word format). In addition, each student should bring a WRITTEN COPY to class with them. Students who do NOT have access to an ERP or companies who have not yet developed a plan, should register their employees for the 40-Hour HAZWOPER course instead.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Chemical Hazard Id Systems
Chemical Protective Clothing
Confined Spaces
Decontamination
Dress Out Exercise
Final Examination
Fire Protection Requirements
General Safety Hazards
Handling Drums And Containers
Handling Hazardous Materials
Hazard Communication For HAZWOPER
Hazard Communications
Hazardous Waste
HAZWOPER Review
Heat Stress
Ionizing Radiation
Medical Surveillance
Meters And Monitoring
Planning And Organization
OSHA Regulations Discussion
Respiratory Protection
Sampling And Packaging
Site Emergencies
Toxicology
Updates/News/Case Studies

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[wptabtitle]Emergency Response Technician Level III Annual Refresher (8-Hours)[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Those employees who are trained as Hazardous Materials Technicians Level III in accordance with paragraph (q)(6)(iii) of this section shall receive annual refresher training of sufficient content and duration to maintain their competencies.

Applicable Regulation/s

1910.120(q)(8)(i)

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Quiz on completion of the course.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Credit Education Units: This course qualifies for 5.0 American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) Credit Education Units (CEU’s)

Duration: 8 Hours

Prerequisites: 24 Hour Emergency Response Technician Level III Training

Seminar Maps

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Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

HAZWOPER Review
Hazardous Waste
Hazard Communications
Handling Hazardous Materials
Updates/News/Case Studies
Personal Protective Equipment
Dress Out Exercise
Final Examination
Fire Protection Requirements
General Safety Hazards
Handling Drums And Containers
Handling Hazardous Materials
Hazard Communication For HAZWOPER
Hazard Communications
Hazardous Waste
HAZWOPER Review
Heat Stress
Ionizing Radiation
Medical Surveillance
Meters And Monitoring
Planning And Organization
OSHA Regulations Discussion
Respiratory Protection
Sampling And Packaging
Site Emergencies
Toxicology
Updates/News/Case Studies

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[wptabtitle]8-Hour Hands-On Training and Dress-Out[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

All Online 40-Hour HAZWOPER students must complete an 8-Hour Instructor led training course (commonly referred to as the “Hands-On” training segment of the 40-Hour Online HAZWOPER) to meet the graduation requirements of the course.

IF YOU HAVE ALREADY COMPLETED YOUR 32-HOURS OF ONLINE TRAINING, AND WISH TO REGISTER FOR THIS CLASS, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING:

To reduce scheduling conflicts and missed classes, Registrations for this course will ONLY be accepted Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday immediately proceeding the class start date.

Any registrations made BEFORE or AFTER these times will NOT be accepted.

For registrations to be considered valid, students MUST receive a written AND a verbal confirmation (a Representative will contact you after you enter your online order).

If you wish to register by phone and have completed your 32-hours of online training, please call 1-800-711-2706 x 1 the Monday before the class is scheduled to start.

Who Should Take This Course?

Anyone completing their 40-Hour HAZWOPER Online course.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.120(e)

Overview

Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Responders (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120(e)(8)

Instructors emphasize a practical approach to worksite health and safety. Attendees learn to recognize site hazards and take appropriate steps to prevent illness or injuries while on the jobsite. Initial 40-Hour training is for site workers who have responsibilities to remediate (clean-up) hazardous materials at controlled and hazardous sites with hazards or work activities that present a potential for exposure to health and safety hazards. The major course is to provide participants with the ability and knowledge to evaluate site conditions, recognize situations which may or may not be within their abilities, and understand conditions where assistance is required.

Methodology:
Compliance Solutions employs a wide range of learning tools including PowerPoint, videos and practical hands-on exercises to facilitate learning and create a more enjoyable and interactive environment. All courses employ the latest in with adult learning theory. Each chapter incorporates student learning objectives with chapter quizzes following the chapter review to help prepare students for their final examination.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 8 Hours Classroom Training

Prerequisites: This course is the follow-on training to 32-hours of online training. Students MUST first complete the online training portion (40-Hour HAZWOPER Online) of the course before being eligible to attend.

Additional Equipment:

Compliance Solutions will provide each student a “Dress-Out Pac” for use during the hands-on training course. There is no additional charge for these materials.

  • Student Dress-out/Update Manual
  • Dress-Out materials including:
    • Tyvek Garments
    • Gloves
    • Respirator Wipes

Fit Testing: An Irritant Smoke Fit test is available for $35.00 per test. There are specific medical and equipment requirements for all Students who require fit testing. Be sure to review the “Fit Test” requirements by clicking the link below.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Dress Out
Handling Hazmat
Hazardous Waste
Lessons Learned and News
OSHA Updates
Personal Protective Equipment
Table Top Exercises

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[wptabtitle]Respirator Fit Testing[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Please make sure your employees meet the requirements and have the proper documentation BEFORE registering. If you register an employee for a fit-test and fail to meet the above requirements, we are NOT able to refund the cost of your fit test.

Requirements: Please Read Carefully

Qualitative fit testing is performed using Irritant Smoke a standard procedure recommended by OSHA. After completing the fit test, the student will be issued a pass/fail notification that should be returned to their employer for inclusion with their employee medical records. In order to participate in a fit test, the student is REQUIRED to have the following:

    1. Current Respirator (“Fit-to-Wear”) Clearance. This clearance must have been performed and signed by a medical professional within the last 12 months. Students MUST bring a copy of the clearance to class to be fit tested. NO EXCEPTIONS!

If you DO NOT have a current Medical Clearance, you can have one completed online for a nominal fee.

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  1. The Actual Respirator they will be using on the job. Respirators that are used in the classroom , for demonstration purposes CANNOT be used as OSHA requires a fit test on the actual respirator the employee uses in the field BEFORE use on the job.
  2. TWO (2) NEW P-100 or HEPA Filters to be used during the test. Filters are not supplied by the company.
  3. Clean Shaven Face. If the student has facial hair, they must shave the day of the fit test.

Fit Testing Multiple Purchase Discounts

Multiple Employee RegistrationsDiscount %
11-2020%
21-5025%
51-10030%
100+Call for quote

Compliance Solutions can accept UP TO 3 registrations PER company for any open enrollment date without incurring additional fees. For clients who require more than 2 registrations, we do offer on-site fit testing for large groups. Please be advised that IF on-site fit testing is requested, additional charges will be billed to cover travel and labor expenses.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.134

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