In 1976, the EPA created the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) to regulate the handling of hazardous waste.

In 1986 OSHA was given the task of protecting HAZMAT workers.

In 1990 OSHA issued the HAZWOPER regulation, which requires a number of specific levels of employee training, depending on an employee’s involvement with hazardous materials.

Our “HAZWOPER Series” of training programs provides employees with information the regulation requires them to receive in their training sessions. By combining various programs in the series, training packages can be configured to help meet all of the OSHA HAZWOPER training requirements.

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