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Free HAZWOPER training course

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Date(s) - Jul 7, 2020 - Jul 8, 2020
09:00 am - 01:00 pm

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Resolve Maritime Academy and Nova Southeastern University offer this free 8-hour course in Hazardous Materials Safety & Security Awareness training.
Ideal for all workers, especially those who could be “first responders” to a hazardous materials incident
∙ Learn how to recognize, react, and protect yourself from chemical hazards in the workplace
∙ Virtual training requires access to webcam & microphone
∙ Course satisfies refresher requirements
∙ Certificate awarded upon completion of course
∙ Approved by the National Educational Institute of NCBFAA,
∙ Earn up to 7 continuing education/contact hours (CCS/CES/MES)
∙ Satisfies OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.120(q)(6)(i), 49 CFR 172.700(c) and 172.704(a)(5)(b),
and EPA 40 CFR (311.1).
Questions? registrar@resolvemarine.com or seamist@nova.edu.
Class Dates:
Tuesday July 7, 2020 (9AM – 4hrs), Wednesday July 8, 2020 (9AM – 4hrs)
Monday July 20, 2020 (9AM – 4hrs), Tuesday July 21, 2020 (9AM – 4hrs)
Monday July 27, 2020 (9AM – 4hrs), Tuesday July 28, 2020 (9AM – 4hrs)
(Zoom Presentation with Live Instructor Invitation Will Be Provided Prior to Training Session)

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