Yes, this course does require that you achieve a test score of 70% or higher before a certificate of completion is issued. You will be provided unlimited attempts to pass the test.
You are required to spend a minimum of 1 hour reviewing the Hazard Communication Training Class material. You do not, however, need to accrue that time in one sitting. Once enrolled, you may start and stop the Hazard Communication Training Class at your convenience.
Certificates of completion and wallet cards are instantly available for download and printing the moment you complete the Hazard Communication Training Class. We will also immediately email a copy of your certificate to the provided email address. Emailed and downloaded certificates and wallet cards are always provided at no additional charge.
If you wish to be mailed an original document you will be given the option to purchase one at the end of your course for a nominal fee. This certificate is printed on premium paper and includes the course instructor's handwritten signature along with a raised, embossed seal.
During registration we will ask for your personal email address as well as that of your employer, attorney, legal professional, judge, caseworker, probation officer, counselor, or other party that is requiring that you complete this Hazard Communication Training Class. Some individuals or offices may have already established a profile with our website, in which case you may only need to provide a Referral Code.
Should you choose to be mailed an original document you will also be asked to provide a mailing address, which can be different from the address printed on your certificate.
Our certificate of completion and wallet card comes on an exclusive document and includes a signature from the course instructor and a raised, embossed seal. The certificate and wallet card will also include your name, date of birth, address, the time requirement which was fulfilled, and will indicate that you have successfully passed a written knowledge assessment.
The certificate does not indicate that the program was completed online. View a sample certificate.
The certificate for this Hazard Communication Training Class is valid for 1 year. This is in line with industry standards.
If you are approaching the expiration date of your current certificate it is recommended that you complete a new course — and earn a new certificate of completion — before that expiration date.
Yes. While many participants take our online Hazard Communication Training Class for personal reasons, most will take this course to fulfill an occupational or legal requirement. We are very confident in the quality and acceptance of our program. If for any reason our Hazard Communication Training Class certificate is not accepted for an occupational or legal requirement we will refund your money in full with written proof of decline.
Yes. Proof of enrollment will be emailed to you at no additional charge upon successful enrollment in the Hazard Communication Training Class. Your proof of enrollment will also remain available for download from your Student Dashboard and can be accessed at any time by logging in to your profile.
We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express. This includes debit cards, credit cards, and pre-paid cards displaying these logos.
The Hazard Communication Training Class is provided in English but many students have successfully utilized the free Google Translate tool built into the Google Chrome web browser. Learn more about utilizing this tool by visiting https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/173424 and reading the "Translate webpages in Chrome" section.
If you do not use the Google Chrome web browser, or do not wish to use its built-in functionality, you can utilize Google Translate as a web service by visiting https://translate.google.com .
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