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For Multiple Users
Learners who successfully complete this course will display the ability to identify the role of the first responder after an incident involving hazardous materials, the proper steps to be taken after an incident, and different types and forms of hazardous materials and their containers. This course is designed for those training as first responders who have completed the awareness-level training and are ready to advance to the operations level, and will help meet OSHA’s HAZWOPER Standard and Parts 471 and 472 of the NFPA Standard. It is important to note that successfully completing this course cannot certify an employee, only an employer can certify that an individual meets a specific responder competency.
CEU 0.1
Duration 00:30:00
Relevant Standards NFPA 471, 472
Difficulty 1
Interactivity 2
Prerequisites None
Competencies
FRO-1.1.0 - Introduction and objectives
FRO-1.10.0 - Identify markings indicating container size, product contained and/or site identification numbers
FRO-1.11.0 - Identify product names, owners and emergency telephone numbers from pipeline markers
FRO-1.12.0 - Identify a pesticide name, signal word, PCP number, precautionary statement, hazard statement and active ingredients based on its label
FRO-1.13.0 - Identify vertical bars, contents, activity and transport index from a radioactive material label
FRO-1.14.0 - Identify the surrounding conditions that should be noted by the first responder when surveying a hazardous material incident
FRO-1.15.0 - Identify examples of ways to verify information obtained from surveying a hazardous materials incident
FRO-1.16.0 - Identify three additional hazards that could be associated with an incident involving criminal or terrorist activity
FRO-1.2.0 - Identify the role of and minimum competencies for the first responder at the operational level
FRO-1.3.0 - Identify the general shapes of tank car containers in which hazardous materials are typically found
FRO-1.4.0 - Identify the general shapes of intermodal containers in which hazardous materials are typically found
FRO-1.5.0 - Identify the general shapes of cargo tank containers in which hazardous materials are typically found
FRO-1.6.0 - Identify the general shapes of tanks in which hazardous materials are typically found
FRO-1.7.0 - Identify the general shapes of non-bulk containers in which hazardous materials are typically found
FRO-1.8.0 - Identify the general shapes of radioactive material containers in which hazardous materials are typically found
FRO-1.9.0 - Identify marked transport vehicles and their corresponding shipping papers

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