40 hour HAZWOPER Training At Palo Alto


We will be having our final 40 hour HAZWOPER class of 2010 at Palo Alto College from 11/8/2010 to 11/12/2010. 

Register now to reserve your spot.  Course cost is $400.  The class will be instructor led daily from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm with a 30 minute lunch. 

Course Description:  This course is designed to satisfy the regulatory requirements necessary for all workers at hazardous waste/hazardous materials sites or emergency response personnel who encounter hazardous or potentially hazardous work conditions, as defined by the OSHA hazardous waste operations and emergency response (HAZWOPER) guidelines. 

Course includes Technical instruction in the storage and handling of hazardous materials, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations, notification procedures associated with emergency response plans, labeling, manifesting, placarding, spill containment, and proper use of personal protective equipment and instrumentation. Meets federal regulations and minimum certification requirements of a hazardous material emergency response technician, hazardous materials specialist, or on-site incident commander as found in the Code of Federal Regulations: 29CFR-1910.120.


Henry Espinoza
Industrial, Safety and Quality Program Manager
Corporate and Community Education
Palo Alto College
1400 West Villaret
San Antonio, Texas  78224
(O) 210-486-3411
(F) 210-486-3926


  1. It is really thrilling to know that there are now a lot of places like schools, colleges and training centers that people can get their hazwoper training nowadays. Back in the time, you would have to travel or fly in a very expensive instructor just to get this training.

  2. Thank for providing the information about the hazwoper training services at Palo Alto. It became easier because of the map shown besides the post.

  3. Thanks for the feedback! We have some new OSHA courses coming up as well. Be sure to check out our website at to see all of the upcoming training courses.

  4. Really looking forward to it. Workers do have the right to know the hazards they are dealing with and to protect them from injuries and illness. Health and safety training programs like these are seriously beneficial.

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