Course Information

8-Hour OSHA HazWoper Annual Refresher


Certification Only:No


Class I, III Landfill Operator4False
Construction and Demolition Debris Landfill Operator4False
Material Recovery Facility Operator2False
Spotter / Waste Screener4False
Transfer Station Operator4False




This course satisfies OSHA annual refresher training requirements under (29 CFR 1910.120 [e][8]) in the areas of protective equipment, respirator use, safety, health and hazards on a site. Other topics include: handling site accidents and emergencies, record keeping and logs, site maintenance and housekeeping, site entry and control procedures, working with regulatory personnel, and compliance with other OSHA regulations.

Daily morning and afternoon breaks are scheduled. You are on your own for lunch.

Participant must be present for entire class time to receive CEUs and a Certificate of Attendance.

This interactive course allows participants to meet the annual refresher training requirements outlined in 29 CFR 1910.120 (HAZWOPER). The course includes several classroom exercises to help participants evaluate their current skill level.


This course is for professionals who have completed the Health and Safety Training for Hazardous Materials Activities: Forty-Hour OSHA course. OSHA requires that this eight-hour refresher course be taken yearly to maintain certification.


"This was the best refresher instruction I’ve had in 19 years of refresher classes."

"Instructor was very good and obviously very passionate about what he does."

"There was organized presentation and good real life examples."

"Confined space material was explained well."

"Learning about the NRC and the example given was the best part."


David M Wiggins

David M. Wiggins, has been an Environmental, Hazmat & Safety Instructor at UF TREEO Center since 1996. Dave holds two  specialty degrees in health and safety.  He also has completed over 110 additional continuing educational courses in Environmental, Hazmat Technology, Construction and General Industry Safety.  He has been the co-project manager of an EPA Superfund Remediation Project and conducted project oversight at three other Superfund sites including an underground nuclear test site.  He has been a feathered guest lecturer at the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) annual international meeting (SIG Signature Forum) as well.  He has served on the continuing education advisory board at Florida State University and he is a member of the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienist, American Industrial Hygiene Association and the Indoor Air Quality Association.


Certification and Accreditation

This course satisfies OSHA annual refresher training requirements 29 CFR 1910.120 [e][8] in the areas of health and hazards, protective equipment, respirator use and safety on a site.