This HAZWOPER Refresher course is an 8-hour training that will be conducted virtually over two half days on May 20-21, 2021 from 1:00PM - 5:00PM.
The HAZWOPER refresher course re-certifies and maintains competencies learned in the HAZWOPER 24-Hour or 40-Hour courses and must be taken annually.
Fee: $35 per person
Registration Refund and Course Cancellation Policy
To cancel your registration, send an e-mail to Pamela.D.Phillips@uth.tmc.edu. To refund your registration, we must receive your cancellation e-mail no later than 10 business days prior to the course start date. We will deduct a $10 administrative fee from the refunded amount. Cancellations received after the refund deadline will not be processed. If you paid your registration via check, provide the check number in your e-mail.
P2R Academy reserves the right to cancel a course no later than 10 business days prior to the course start date. If we cancel a course, we will notify you via the e-mail address provided on your registration form. Our liability for cancelled events is limited to the registration fee paid per course.
Training provided by P2R Academy is supported by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
No location required
Available Seats: 97
40-Hour HAZWOPER-UTRGV_Aug_2021 - The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Edinburg , TX
08/16/2021 - 08/20/2021
About the Course
The HAZWOPER Hazardous Materials course for general site workers is a week-long class. The Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120) applies to employers and their employees who are exposed or potentially exposed to hazardous substances--including hazardous waste--and who are engaged in one of the following five operations: 1) clean-up operations conducted at uncontrolled hazardous waste sites; 2) corrective actions covered by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA); 3) voluntary clean-up operations at uncontrolled hazardous waste sites; 4) operations conducted at treatment, storage, and disposal facilities regulated by the RCRA Emergency Response; 5) operations involving hazardous substances.
The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
1201 W. University Dr. EEDUC 1.502 Edinburg , TX 78539
Available Seats: 42
ONLINE TRAINING - Basic Emergency Preparedness for Everyone An Overview Course in Everyday Readiness - Spanish
El propósito de este entrenamiento es proporcionar los principios básicos de la preparación para emergencias. Las emergencias pueden atacar sin previo aviso. No solo puede verse afectado su hogar sino también su lugar de trabajo, comunidad, estado o nación. La ayuda puede tardar horas o días en llegar. Este curso le ayudará a prepararse a Ud. mismo, su familia, lugar de trabajo y comunidad. Este curso es un guión de información resumida destinado a la población en general para que se prepare en emergencias generales. Este no es un curso exhaustivo sobre la preparación para emergencias y no sustituye a las instrucciones o avisos de las autoridades.
ONLINE TRAINING - Basic Emergency Preparedness for Everyone An Overview Course in Everyday Readiness_English
The purpose of this training is to provide the basic principles of emergency preparedness. Emergencies can strike without warning. Not only can your home be affected but also the workplace, community, state or nation. Help may take hours or days. This course will help you to prepare for yourself, your family, workplace and community. This course is an outline of summary information meant for the general public to prepare themselves for general emergencies. This is not an inclusive course in emergency preparedness and does not supersede the instructions or advisories of authorities.
ONLINE TRAINING - Basic Fire Safety For Everyone_English
The purpose of this training is to provide to the general public with a basic information about fire safety, including simple fire science concepts and we’ll offer best methods for responding to small fires. This is not a comprehensive course.
ONLINE TRAINING - Frequently Asked Questions about Using Face Masks to Reduce the Spread of COVID-19
Welcome to “Frequently Asked Questions about Using Face Masks to Reduce the Spread of COVID-19”.
Here, University of Texas Health Science Center experts will answer your questions about the use of face masks to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
ONLINE TRAINING - General First Aid for Everyone_English
This class is designed to teach you how to care for basic injuries and sudden illness until advanced medical personnel arrive. By recognizing and providing quick intervention, you can minimize the effects of both injury and illness. 2
ONLINE TRAINING - General First Aid for Everyone_Spanish
Este curso está diseñado para enseñarle como tratar
heridas básicas y enfermedades repentinas hasta que personal médico avanzado
llegue a la escena. El hecho de reconocer y proveer intervención rápidamente
puede minimizar los efectos de las heridas y enfermedades.
ONLINE TRAINING - Important Information about Universal Masking During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The purpose of this training is to provide Important Information about Universal Masking During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Here, experts from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston will answer your questions about the use of face coverings while on the UTHealth campus.
ONLINE TRAINING - Introduction of E-Learning Course Development
This course will demonstrate the benefits of using a storyboard and how to use the storyboard template for content development of the UT laboratory online training course.
ONLINE TRAINING - Opioid Overdose or Nerve Agent Webinar
Multiple federal agencies have identified an emergent emergency medicine challenge: In an emergency situation, is the presenting patient suffering from an opioid overdose or from intentional poisoning by a chemical nerve agent? This key differential diagnosis carries with it important decisions related to the deployment of protective measures for both the healthcare community and public health. To an untrained eye, the signs of opioid and nerve agent poisoning may appear similar, but the health risks to the patient and responder are different.
This webinar will describe the key differences between these two types of chemical exposures, the steps that must be taken to prevent secondary exposures to others, and the associated public health and law enforcement notifications. By the end of the hour-long webinar, participants will be able to:
Recall the key differences in the signs and symptoms of opioid intoxication and nerve agent poisoning;
Choose the appropriate personal protective equipment;
Describe the initial decontamination and pre-hospital treatment; and
List the appropriate public health and law enforcement notification when a nerve agent poisoning is strongly suspected.
ONLINE TRAINING - Post-Flood Infectious Diseases and Hazards
Course Description: This module serves to ensure that everyone has the knowledge and skills to prevent dangers associated with common post-flood infectious diseases and hazards. With the recent devastating hurricanes of Harvey and Irma, severe and catastrophic weather and floods will be something that continues to affect communities throughout the United States
ONLINE TRAINING - The Use of Personal Protective Equipment with Suspected Ebola-Infected Patients in Ambulatory Care Clinics_English
The purpose of this training is to provide general guidance to workers in ambulatory care clinics located in academic centers so that workers may protect themselves through the use of personal protective equipment (or PPE) in the event that they suspect a patient may be infected with the Ebola virus.
ONLINE TRAINING - The Use of Personal Protective Equipment with Suspected Ebola-Infected Patients in Ambulatory Care Clinics_Spanish
El objetivo de este adiestramiento es proveer orientación general a los empleados de las clínicas de cuidado ambulatorio ubicadas en centros académicos para que puedan protegerse mediante el uso de equipo de protección personal (o PPE) ante la eventualidad de sospecha que un paciente pudiera estar infectado con el virus del Ébola.