8-hour Hazmat Technician Refresher (29 CFR 1910.120)


Duration: 8 hrs


This annual refresher course satisfies the requirements for the HAZWOPER Hazmat Technician, Hazmat Specialists, and On Scene Incident Commanders certification requirements.

We will tailor the class content and skills review to meet your company’s individual needs, giving the employer the opportunity to choose training options most applicable to their employees.

Target Audience: Industry

Prerequisite: Must have completed the initial HAZWOPER 24-hour Hazmat Technician course and obtained 8-hours of Hazmat annual refresher training to maintain current certification

Course meets the following training requirements:

  • 29 CFR 1910.120(q)(8)(i)

Note: It is recommended that each employee enrolled in this class is currently monitored under your company’s medical surveillance and respiratory programs (as applicable). In view of HIPAA laws, we do not ask for medical records.

Mayday ERI assumes that you are certifying you are in adequate health to perform the training and you waive Mayday ERI of any liability for any medical injuries or illness resulting from this training course.

Class refresher subjects can be chosen from the following topics:


  • Regulatory Overview

    • · Laws, Regulations, Training Requirements
  • Hazmat Chemistry

  • Health, Safety, and Medical Surveillance

    • · General Safety & Health Hazards
    • · Basic Chemical, Toxicological, & Behavior
    • · Medical Surveillance
  • Incident Command

  • Site Management and Control

    • · Hazard Zones
  • Hazard Identification

    • · Site Characterization and Analysis
    • · Hazard Communication Standard
    • · Global Harmonization Standard
  • Hazard Risk Evaluation

    • · Physical & Chemical Properties
    • · Gas Detection
    • · Monitoring
    • · Sampling Methods and Procedures
    • · Classification, Identification & Verification
  • Information Management

  • PPE

    • · Respiratory Protection
    • · Chemical Protective Clothing
  • Engineering Controls and Safe Work Practices

    • · Standard Operating Procedures
    • · Implementing Emergency Response Plan
  • Control, Confinement, and Spill Management

  • Decontamination

  • Terminating an Incident