Registration is now open for the 2022 HAZWOPER Refresher for oiled wildlife volunteers.
We are happy to be able to offer the HAZWOPER training for oiled wildlife volunteers once again! This year’s format will be similar to last year’s. Here’s how it will work.
- Register for the class below.
- On September 22 – You will receive a link to pre-recorded presentations on specific topics covered in the class. You will be asked to view each session and take a short quiz prior to attending the live session on either Thursday, October 13, 2022, or Saturday, October 15, 2022
- On Thursday, October 13, 2022, OR Saturday, October 15, 2022 – You will attend a live webinar session for an opportunity to ask specific questions and take part in a drill.
Oil Spill Awareness and Response Support (OSARS) Volunteers
September 19 & 26, 2020 (Download the OSARS Training Flyer) | Click to Register
OSARS Volunteers is designed to engage and prepare volunteers to assist with oil spills in the Puget Sound region. Each year, over 20 billion gallons of oil and other hazardous chemicals are transported in Puget sound. Trained volunteers can support spill response and assessment.
We want to recruit volunteers from organizations around Puget Sound. These include WSU Beach Watchers, Beach Naturalists and Shore Stewards, MRC, Audubon Society, COASST, PAWS, and many more. Volunteers from diverse organizations will help build a network to respond to an oil spill emergency.
When & Where
The program will occur on September 19 and 26, 2020 and will meet on-line via Zoom. Registration ends September 17th, for information visit: http://extension.wsu.edu/snohomish/naturalresources/osars/
Please register before August 24th to receive a $15 discount!
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