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Contaminated Sites Health & Safety Refresher (8-Hour Hazwoper)

Contaminated Sites Health & Safety Refresher (8-Hour Hazwoper).

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The 8-Hour HAZWOPER, which takes place annually each Fall, is scheduled for November 21, 2016. Contact us at info@neia.org to indicate your interest in taking the course.

NEIA, in association with Atlantic Environmental Training & On-Site Services Inc., annually conducts an 8 Hour HAZWOPER refresher (hazardous waste operations & emergency response) training course.

Also known as the 8 hour contaminated sites course, this training is compliant with the requirements of the OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.120 HAZWOPER. Successful completion of the classroom and practical exercises will result in ‘certification’ for the attendees. This certification is recognized in the US and Canada for work performed at uncontrolled waste sites. DCC and PWGSC are now requiring contractors to have this certification to qualify for some tenders involving hazmat. Course content is compliant with 29 CFR 1910.120(e) which satisfies municipal, provincial and federal requirements for health and safety training for site workers at uncontrolled waste sites in the US and Canada.

This course is for anyone who has completed an OSHA 40-Hour HAZWOPER training course or the 8 Hour Refresher within the last 2 years. A copy of your current certificate must be submitted to NEIA if AET was not the previous certifying company. For information on the 40-hour course, click here.

Registration

This course is for anyone who has completed an OSHA 40-Hour HAZWOPER training course or the 8 Hour Refresher within the last 2 years.

Date: Monday, November 21, 2016, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Location: NEIA Boardroom, 90 O’Leary Avenue, Suite 207
Cost: NEIA Members: $350.00 (+HST); Non-members: $450.00 (+HST)

Contact us at info@neia.org to register.

A $50.00 non-refundable (administration) charge will apply to registrant cancellations following the deadline date (October 28th). A full refund will be granted if course is cancelled. A copy of your current certificate must be submitted to NEIA if AET was not the previous certifying company.

ABOUT Atlantic Environmental Training & On-Site Services Inc. (AET)

Atlantic Environmental Training & On-Site Services Incorporated (AET) is a Nova Scotia company with over forty years of experience in regulatory compliance, environmental training and project management of environmental issues. AET is Atlantic Canada’s largest provider of HAZWOPER training and a leader in Canada providing Hazmat Awareness and Spill Response Training to DND, industry and numerous government agencies from coast to coast.

Areas of expertise include:

  • EMS development & implementation
  • development and implementation of environmental training courses
  • environmental auditing including ISO 14000 series audits
  • hazardous waste management including PCB wastes
  • environmental health and safety planning
  • pollution prevention and sustainable development
  • conducting environmental assessments
  • environmental project management
  • development of household hazardous waste collection programs.

Staff currently hold a number of certifications including Certified Environmental Auditor (ISO 14000), Certified EMS Lead Auditor, Certified NFPA 472 Operations Level; TDGA and WHMIS Trainer, NETA Certified Environmental Trainer (USA Standard), Certified Environmental Technician and DFO Certification in Engineering and Aquatic Environments.

Training courses offered by AET include:

  • 40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Training (HAZWOPER)
  • Environmental Awareness and Environmental Assessment Training
  • Environmental Liabilities and Due Diligence
  • Environmental Management Systems
  • Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act and Regulations (TDGA)
  • NFPA 472 Awareness & Operations Level
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