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HAZWOPER: Exposure Monitoring & Sampling - Online Training Course (013954)
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HAZWOPER: Exposure Monitoring & Sampling - Online Training Course

This Hazwoper training course is designed to teach learners the difference between exposure monitoring & sampling, the instruments to use, requirements & more! Read more.

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Product Code: 51589, 66673


This HAZWOPER training course is designed to teach learners the purpose, advantages and disadvantages of exposure monitoring and sampling, types and frequency of monitoring and sampling, the instruments used along with calibration and maintenance requirements, methods available for obtaining samples, and the importance of recognizing result data and keeping accurate records of samples collected.

  • The eLearning course covers the following topics:
    • Monitoring & Sampling Basics
      • Purpose
      • Detectable Hazards
    • Monitoring vs. Sampling
      • Monitoring
      • Sampling
      • Monitoring & Sampling Together
    • Types
      • Air Monitoring & Sampling
      • Personal Sampling
      • Environmental Sampling
    • Timing
      • Monitoring & Sampling Times
      • Initial Entry Monitoring
      • Periodic Monitoring & Sampling
      • After Commencing Hazardous Waste Cleanup
      • Before & During Confined Space Entry
    • Monitoring Instruments
      • Types of Instruments
      • Selection of Monitoring Instruments
      • Calibration & Maintenance
      • Properly Using Your Monitor
    • Sampling Methods
      • Sample Methods
      • Sampling Method Selection & Preparation
      • Sample Packaging, Preservation, & Tracking
    • Monitoring & Sampling Results
      • Analyzing Results
      • Factors Affecting Results
      • When the Alarms Go Off
      • Recordkeeping
  • After completing this course, learners will be able to:
    • Discuss the purpose of monitoring and sampling and what hazards are detectable
    • List the advantages and disadvantages of both monitoring and sampling
    • List different types of monitoring and sampling including air, personal, and environmental
    • Describe the frequency of monitoring and sampling including initial and periodic
    • Describe the instruments used for monitoring and calibration and maintenance requirements
    • Identify several sampling methods, ways to prepare for sampling, and how to preserve samples including the chain of custody
    • Discuss the importance of analyzing the data from monitoring and sampling, understanding what factors may affect the data, and keeping records associated with monitoring and sampling
  • Intended Audience: Any employees who may be involved or expected to engage in:
    1. Hazardous waste cleanup operations where the employee may be exposed to hazardous substances; or
    2. A response to an occurrence which results, or is likely to result, in an uncontrolled release of a hazardous substance
  • Regs Covered: 29 CFR 1910.120, 29 CFR 1910.1020, 29 CFR 1910 Subpart Z, 29 CFR 1926.65, 29 CFR 1926 Subparts D and Z
  • Length: 60 minutes
  • Languages: Available in English or Spanish
  • Copyright Date: 2018

This online course is part of the HAZWOPER: Emergency Response Initial Training: Hazmat Technician-Level Responders Curriculum.

To view the other 10 courses included in this curriculum, as well as other levels of emergency responders training, visit the Hazwoper Training Page.

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