Does your job require you to be involved in emergency response to incidents where hazardous materials or chemicals are involved?

For many people, the answer is yes. You might be a Police Officer, Paramedic, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Public Works employee, or even a member of an Emergency Response Team (ERT) at a site where chemicals are found. If you do respond to any sort of release of a hazardous material, OSHA requires that you take one of five levels of training:

  • First Responder Awareness (FRA)
  • First Responder Operations (FRO)
  • Hazmat Technician
  • Hazmat Specialist
  • Incident Commander

Safety Compliance Management, Inc. has taught major corporations, governmental agencies, the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (EPA) and authored one of the most relevant textbooks on the subject of hazardous materials response.  SCM’s experience, in both working in and with a variety of industries dealing with occupational safety and other topics, makes them uniquely qualified to discuss OSHA First Responder training requirements and qualified to develop a OSHA First Responder training program to address hazardous materials (HAZMAT) at your site. If you would like more information about how SCM can help you with your Emergency Response Training needs, please request a complimentary phone consultation or call our office at any time.

We offer the following Emergency Response Training courses:

  • General Site Worker – 40 hours
  • Occasional Site Worker – 24 hours
  • Crossover Module (upgrading from 24 hour to 40 hour certification)
  • HAZWOPER Supervisor
  • HAZWOPER Refresher
  • First Responder Awareness
  • First Responder Operations – 8 to 24 hours
  • HAZMAT Technician/Specialist – 24 to 40 hours
  • Incident Command System
  • Emergency Management for Supervisors
  • Treatment, Storage and Disposal Worker – 24 hours
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