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Prerequisite: Strong working knowledge of RCRA Regulations. Refresher on the fundamentals of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act in compliance with 40 CFR requirements. The seminar covers: RCRA basics, hazardous wastes, waste minimization/source reduction, inspections and self-audits, contingency planning and the latest regulatory updates. A MUST for large quantity generators. The current “Hazardous Materials, Substances
The fundamentals of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) in compliance with 40 CFR requirements. The seminar covers: RCRA basics, hazardous wastes, waste minimization/source reduction, inspections and self-audits, contingency planning and the latest regulatory updates. A MUST for large quantity generators. Includes “Hazardous Materials, Substances & Waste Compliance Guide.” This class has been updated
Required every 3 years. Prerequisite: Strong working knowledge of DOT Hazmat Regulations. This 8-hour course is designed to fulfill the 49 CFR 172 Subpart H requirement for recurrent training at least once every three years. Students are updated with regulatory changes and are given refresher training in the use and application of the 49 CFR
This course is designed for people who manage and supervise employees responsible for the packaging and shipping of hazardous materials and for employees who are responsible for the packaging and/or shipping of more than one type of product containing different materials. It features an in-depth discussion and review of the DOT 49 CFR regulations governing
This course is designed for the employee who is directly involved with hazardous materials transportation safety and procedures, i.e.: anyone who loads, unloads or handles hazardous materials or manufactures, tests, reconditions, repairs, modifies, marks or otherwise represents containers, drums or packaging as qualified for use in the transportation of hazardous materials: prepares hazardous materials transportation
29 CFR 1910.120(e)(4) This one time course is for anyone with supervisory or managerial responsibilities for others at hazardous waste operations. OSHA states that supervisors must have a minimum of 8-hours specialized training beyond the initial 24-hour or 40-hour HAZWOPER and above those whose activities they may direct. Prerequisite: Successful completion of a HAZWOPER Initial
A one-day, 8-hour course designed as refresher training for those individuals who have completed the initial 40-hour General Site Worker or the 24-hour Occasional Site Worker course. This annual training is required within one year of the initial certification or last refresher course. This course discusses and reviews changes in Federal and State regulations as
A three-day, 24-hour course designed for workers who are on site only occasionally for a specific limited task and who are unlikely to be exposed over permissible or published exposure limits and who will not be wearing respiratory protection. Topics include: site safety plans; physical and health hazards; PPE; work practices; engineering controls; medical surveillance;
A five-day, 40-hour program of intensive training to fulfill OSHA regulatory requirements listed within Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations 1910.120(e)(q) for General Site Workers. This course is intended for personnel who are routinely involved in the clean-up and handling of hazardous materials. Topics include: scope, application, and definitions; safety and health programs; site characterization
Delivered by OSHA-authorized trainers, this OSHA 10 Hour course covers safety and health topics for entry level participants in the construction industry.