Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) at a Hazardous Worksite

The call goes out to don your Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) at a hazardous worksite and you’ve never drilled for this before. You think back to your online 40-hour course about what to do next.

According to OSHA, HAZWOPER training via online programs would not be sufficient to meet the intent of the standard’s various training requirements. OSHA urges employers to be wary of relying solely on generic “pre-packaged” training programs. Training required under HAZWOPER includes site-specific elements that need to be tailored to individual worker’s assigned duties.


In addition, it is equally important in HAZWOPER training to have hands-on experience with safety equipment and safe practices in a non-hazardous setting. At Capital Safety Services, we understand that safety is a real issue not just a checkmark in compliance. Our 30-hour and 40-hour training programs are designed to prepare you to handle the unexpected at your worksite while satisfying OSHA requirements.

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