Program for Hazardous Waste Site Personnel (Technology Fact Sheets) 508

Description: This course opens up with a hazard analysis to help you better understand the problems you might encounter on the job. Well train you on relevant remediation technologies and regulations on site clean-up so you’ll be able to do the job even safer than before. Also, the program can be tailored to cover aspects […]

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Description:

This course opens up with a hazard analysis to help you better understand the problems you might encounter on the job. Well train you on relevant remediation technologies and regulations on site clean-up so you’ll be able to do the job even safer than before. Also, the program can be tailored to cover aspects of fire and explosion hazards, inappropriate behavior when donning/doffing PPE, the stress a hot environment can put on your body, and how to deal with each of these.

TARGET POPULATION:

Individuals who are or will be employed at a hazardous waste site and have already received the 40-hour introductory training. Hazardous Waste Site Workers who are in need of annual refresher training.

Training Provider: UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI

Instructor Qualifications: N/A
Languages: English
Open enrollment: Yes
Delivery Method: Classroom-based
Course Hours: 8
Credits: N/A
Prerequisites: N/A

Caveats:

This material has been copyrighted by the Midwest Consortium for Hazardous Waste Worker Training. A recipient of the material other than the federal government may not reproduce it without the permission of the copyright owner. The material was prepared for use by experienced instructors in the training of persons who are or who anticipate being employed as site workers. The authors prepared it for the basic training of this category of workers as of February 1993. Users are cautioned that the subject is constantly evolving. Therefore, the material may require additions, deletions, or modifications to incorporate the effects of that evolution occurring after the date of the materials’ preparation.

Special Instructions: N/A

Grantee:

Linda Linda

Midwest Consortium
University of Cincinnati, Midwest Consortium
3223 Eden Avenue, PO Box 670056
Cincinnati, OH 45267
Phone: 513-558-1751
Email: alerdilr@ucmail.uc.edu

Carol Carol

Midwest Consortium
3223 Eden Avenue, PO Box 670056
Cincinnati, OH 90095-1478
Phone: 513-558-1751
Fax: 513-558-1722
Email: alerdilr@ucmail.uc.edu

Course Owner

Midwest Consortium
Phone: 513-558-0528
Fax: 513-558-1722
Email: alerdilr@uc.edu

OVERALL LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • Review basic skills and knowledge about hazardous waste site work .
  • Provide an opportunity to engage in learning and problem-solving activities which will help to improve safety and health conditions on a site.
  • Reinforce safe work practices.
  • Reinforce the role of personal protective equipment on a site.
  • Reinforce the significance of a site-specific safety and health plan in controlling hazards.
  • Meet training requirements stated in Section(e)(8) of the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard, 29 CFR 1910 .120.

SCENARIO TITLES

  • GBX Oil Company
  • Longgone Landfill
  • Wadda Messa
  • XYZ Paint and Lacquer
  • XYZ Paint and Lacquer-Second Visit
  • Brnnswick Maintenance Facility
  • Build-your-Own

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ACTIVITY 1: YEAR IN REVIEW-MAJOR CONTENTS

  • Rights and Responsibilities
  • Hazard Recognition
  • PPE
  • Decon and Site Control
  • Work Practices
  • Next Steps-feedback

CHAPTER 1: JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS-MAJOR CONTENTS

  • Components of a job
  • Hazard Identification
  • Hazard Mitigation
  • Activity: JHA Worksheet

REVIEW AND UPDATES-MAJOR CONTENTS

  • Rights and Responsibilities
  • PPE
  • Hazard Recognition
  • Decon
  • Hazard Control
  • Monitoring
  • Work Practices
  • Emergency Response

ACTIVITY 2: SCENARIO-MAJOR CONTENTS

  • Scope of Work
  • Site-specific Safety Plan
  • Medical Surveillance Program
  • On-site Organization and Coordination
  • SOPs for Work to be Done
  • Activity: Determine actions required based on monitoring data
  • Activity: Identify potential health effects
  • Activity: Hazards ID and Zones
  • Activity:. Select PPE
  • Activity: Set up Decon
  • Activity: Exposure avoidance or reduction strategies

CHAPTER 4: WORK PRACTICES-MAJOR CONTENTS

  • Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
  • Booms and Dams
  • Design an SOP Exercise
  • Soil Moving Plan
  • Confined-Space Entry Procedures
  • Equipment and Vehicle Operation
  • Lock-Out Procedures
  • Special Control Equipment
  • Hot-Work Permit
  • Ladders and Scaffolding
  • Material Handling and Transfer
  • Tem1ination
  • Bonding and Grounding
  • Work Practices Labs
  • Spill Control

CHAPTER 5: PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT-MAJOR CONTENTS

Section I==Respiratory Protection
  • Respirator Selection
  • Types of Respirators
  • Air-Purifying Respirators
  • Supplied-Air Respirator (SAR)
  • Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA)
  • Respirator Fit
  • Respirator Protection Factors
  • Respirator Protection Factor Exercise
Section II-Protective Clothing
  • Chemical-Protective Clothing (CPC)
  • Levels of Personal Protective Equipment t (PPE)
  • Characteristics and Properties of CPC
  • Precautions When Wearing CPC
  • Inspection, Maintenance, and Storage of CPC
  • Medical Fitness to Wear a Respirator
  • Facial Hair and Respiratory Protection
  • Inspection, Maintenance, and Storage of Respirators
  • Minimum Requirements for a Respirator Program
  • Sample Respirator Program
  • Respiratory Protection Lab
  • Scenarios
  • Other Protective Clothing and Equipment
  • Levels of PPE Exercise
  • PPE Lab

CHAPTER 6: MONITORING-MAJOR CONTENTS

  • The Importance of Monitoring
  • Selecting Monitoring Equipment
  • What Can Be Monitored in the Air?
  • Sampling and Calibration Protocols
  • Explosive Limits
  • Six Basic Rules of Operation
  • Types of Air Sampling
  • Sampling Equipment Lab
  • Environmental Sampling
  • Monitoring/SOP Exercise
  • Sampling Instruments

CHAPTER 7:DECONTAMINATION-MAJOR CONTENTS

  • Pre-Planning for Decontamination
  • Preventing Contamination
  • Decontamination Procedures
  • Decontamination Line
  • Lab: Suit-up and Decontamination
  • Decontamination Exercise

CHAPTER 8: EMERGENCY RESPONSE EXERCISE-MAJOR CONTENTS

  • Mock Emergency Response Plan
  • Rating Your Company Exercise

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