Hazardous Materials/WMD Incident Response: Awareness

Hazardous Materials/WMD Incident Response: Awareness

  • Hours: 8
  • Min/Max Students: No Limit
  • Time Limit for Course: Completion is 30 days from the time of enrollment. All assessments must be submitted and graded within this time.
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  • This course is approved by the United States Fire Administration's National Fire Academy. Approval indicates only that, at the time NFA conducted its review of the proposed product, the general design of the course satisfied the standards of quality established by NFA in the approved courses agreement. Responsibility for the scope and content of the course, and the appropriateness of the subject matter or instructional methodology to the needs of the target audience rests exclusively with the organization(s) who developed or delivered the course.

U.S. National Fire Academy (NFA)

This course meets the objectives of NFPA 472, 2013 edition and OSHA 29 CFR1910.120. Topics include: Laws and standards of hazardous materials; identifying placards and containers; recognizing when there is a presence of hazardous material; understanding material safety data sheets and shipping papers and using the North American Emergency Response Guidebook (NAERG).


Qualifies as a prerequisite for Firefighter I from the Missouri Division of Fire Safety.
NOTICE: Course Fee Increase
Due to changes in the way MU FRTI hosts and delivers this course, we will no longer be able to provide it at no cost. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused. The cost of this course will be $25 in the coming months.


This online course is hosted by the University of Missouri Extension. In order to enroll in this course you will need to create an Extension account. Once you have created an Extension account you will have access to all courses provided by MU Extension. Click the Enroll Now button to be directed to the Extension website and enroll in this course.

In order to accurately capture your student data for an accurate transcript, we are asking that you provide your unique FEMA Training Identification Number, otherwise known as an SID (Student ID) to attach to your record.

If you do not currently have an SID, please visit the FEMA website