Hazwoper 40 Hr. $200.00  8 Hr Refresher $35.00 On-line.

IESMC, LLC has developed a 40-hour HAZWOPER course which is specifically designed for workers who are involved in clean-up operations, voluntary clean-up operations, emergency response operations, and storage, disposal, or treatment of hazardous substances or uncontrolled hazardous waste sites. HAZWOPER 40 Hour is required for employees working on a project consisting of Uncontrolled Hazardous Waste Operation mandated by the Government.

As a direct result of over 30 years of Training and Consulting in the Environmental fields, our instructors know the value of attendee participation. This learning process takes as many forms as there are students, each at their own pace and ability. Our thought is this process must be face paced, informative, fun to a point the student leaves the class room wanting to return the next day.

The OSHA standard for Hazwoper is a rather old standard and many learning skills and techniques  have evolved over the years.

Our approach is to coat tail so to speak on the new methods of learning plus reducing the carbon foot print while we do this. After all we are talking about environmental issues here.

We offer this 40 hour class (often missed named by many) over a three day, in class, instructor led classroom setting. These sessions last from 8 to 9 hours typically depending on the learning ability of the class as a unit. Here all Hands-On demonstrations and exercises are completed per the standard. You may view the training agenda by clicking here.

On the fourth day the student is given the opportunity to either return to the class for final course review and exam. At this point the exam is administered for one hour which the student must pass with a score of 70%.

If the student elects to do this same review of the class via "On-Line" either at the Learning Center , Home or their place of business is up to them.

At this point the student will review the entire Hazwoper Technician Manual, videos and PowerPoints used in the initial class. Then complete the exam at their own pace. (This review is not timed out as is the stand alone 40 Hr. Hazwoper class) Again 70% is required for a certificate to be issued.

Either way the attendee is exposed to over 40 hours of seat time.

The only issue we have experienced is some students knowledgeable with the class material may click through the presentations and therefore not have a total of 40 hours. However they still pass the exam and that is our goal.