40 Hour Hazwoper Course Counts for College Credit at Columbia Southern

Get credit for your 40 Hour Hazwoper at Columbia Southern

40 hour Hazwoper Training

Columbia Southern University is now accepting OSHA-Pros Hazwoper 40 Hour Training Course towards the Associate of Applied Science in Occupational Safety and Health degree. The course can be substituted for the BOS 3125 Hazardous Material Management course required for the program. Students who have taken the Hazwoper 40 course and provide proof of completion will receive 3 hours of college credit for the course.

The Associate of Applied Science in Occupational Safety and Health degree is recognized by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals towards obtaining the designation of Associate Safety Professional or Certified Safety Professional. It takes approximately three years to complete the degree program.

Both the degree and the individual Hazwoper 40 Hour Training course can help with professional advancement. The Hazwoper 40 Hour course is required for many jobs. The course is designed to teach workers in emergency response operations, clean-up operations, or those working at hazardous waste sites about safety regarding exposure to and handling of hazardous chemicals and materials. Students also learn about OSHA regulations such as 29 CFR 1910.120 which apply to the safe handling, storage, and elimination of hazardous chemicals as well as the protection of workers and the environment from these materials.

Students who take the course as a job requirement must also complete additional on-site, hands-on training to meet OSHA requirements. Those who wish to complete the degree program will receive training in many more aspects of the occupational health and safety field. The degree is helpful to both entry-level and experienced personnel who require the degree to in order to obtain professional certification.

OSHA-Pros 40 Hour Hazwoper Training Course is available as an online course that allows for a self-paced, flexible schedule. It provides the convenience of taking the course from home or any computer with Internet access. The course is designed and taught by professional, OSHA-authorized trainers. Technical and course support are available to students. Upon successful completion of the course, the student can print a temporary certificate of completion. Within approximately two weeks the student will receive the Department of Labor Wallet Card to present to employers as proof of completion of the course.

To learn more about the Associate of Applied Science in Occupational Safety and Health degree offered by Columbia Southern University and how to obtain college credit for the Hazwoper 40 Training course, please visit: http://www.columbiasouthern.edu/Degree/Safety/Occupational-Safety—Health-%281%29.