FREE Hazardous Materials Awareness Courses

Hazardous Materials/WMD Awareness Course

Alabama Fire College
Work Place Safety Training

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NAFWS is proud to announce that we are cohosting three Hazardous Materials/WMD Awareness Courses in partnership with the Alabama Fire College. The 10 hour course taught via Zoom by Alabama Fire College’s Workplace Safety Training program will be free to attend.

Trainings are scheduled for January 26-27, February 23-24, and March 9-10. Classes begin at 10:30am EST / 9:30am CST / 8:30am GMT / 7:30am PST.

Event Description

This course is intended for Tribal members and employees, law enforcement personnel, firefighters, hazardous materials incident responders, environmental protection employees, EMA & EMS personnel, housing and maintenance personnel and caseworkers.

The course will take place via Zoom and consists of two 5 hour days. The following topics will be covered:

  • Federal Regulations Regarding Hazmat Response
  • Hazard Recognition and Identification
  • Hazard Risk Assessment and Outcomes
  • Actions to be Taken by Awareness Responders

This course is provided through an NIEHS grant and in partnership with NAFWS. It is open to public sector emergency responders and all Tribal members.

Event Details

Each training consists of two 5hr classes. Classes begin at 10:30am EST / 9:30am CST / 8:30am GMT / 7:30am PST.

Courses will take place:

  • January 26-27
  • February 23-24
  • March 9-10


Register by calling 1-800-241-2467.

A confirmation email will contain information on how to access course materials and the link and access code needed to access the class via Zoom. Please download the Zoom app to your device prior to the class date.

For more information or to ask questions contact

Roy Stover
Office: 205-655-6572 x 3
Cell: 205-617-6090
[email protected]

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