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# Standard Interpretations
1 2008 - 04/28/2008 - Use of a "hybrid" course to meet training requirements for both a general site worker and a hazardous materials technician under HAZWOPER.
2 2007 - 12/04/2007 - Clarification of HAZWOPER training requirements as they apply to an employee of the town of Windsor, VT.
3 2007 - 09/19/2007 - Clarification of OSHA requirements for trainer qualifications under the HAZWOPER standard.
4 2007 - 03/07/2007 - Initial and annual refresher HAZWOPER training requirements for employees exposed to health hazards or hazardous substances at TSD facilities.
5 2004 - 08/16/2004 - Acceptability of using computer-based (on-line) training for the HAZWOPER 40-hour classroom training.
6 2003 - 02/26/2003 - Application of absorbent pads for spill control;hazardous waste site cleanup training does not qualify worker as hazardous materials technician.
7 1998 - 05/07/1998 - HAZWOPER refresher training and training documentation.
8 1992 - 10/27/1992 - Employees who work at hazardous waste sites who are not involved in cleanup.
9 1992 - 05/05/1992 - Site observations and writing reports and findings at hazardous waste sites.
10 1991 - 12/04/1991 - Training requirements of HAZWOPER.
11 1991 - 11/19/1991 - HAZWOPER applications.
12 1991 - 08/20/1991 - Training requirements of Hazwoper for various functions.
13 1990 - 04/24/1990 - Training requirements in 29 CFR 1910.120 concerning hazardous waste cleanup operations.
14 1989 - 12/28/1989 - Exemption of employees who work at the perimeter of a hazardous waste site from training requirements of 1910.120(e).
15 1989 - 08/31/1989 - Application of the training requirements under 1910.120(e) to underwater divers.
16 1989 - 07/28/1989 - Application of OSHA's final standard for Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response.

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