Chemical Plant

HAZARDOUS WASTE & MATERIALS:

ONLINE HYBRID

RCRA / DOT HAZMAT

(Hazardous Waste Generator + DOT HAZMAT) 

Class Developed in response to COVID-19 Restrictions in California

California Waste Management & DOT HAZMAT HM-181

..$225   ($50 Off Original Price)

CLASS DESCRIPTION

 

Students will learn how to manage waste in California and transport or receive hazardous materials. For drivers, loaders or generators who sign the manifest or are responsible for the transportation of hazardous materials. Also for generators who manage hazardous waste (90-day, 180-day area) in California.

ONLINE HYBRID OVERVIEW

Attendees will complete a 16-page quiz handout by following the reading assignments and watching attached videos online.  A quiz /assignment handout (pdf) will be emailed within 24 hours to registered students and hard copies of the RCRA / DOT HAZMAT booklet, pocket HAZMAT table and new 2020 ERG will be mailed.  Students will email, scan or mail completed quiz. Complete the course at your own pace. 

WHAT STUDENTS WILL LEARN

 

Attendees will learn how to manage hazardous waste in California, all the latest regulatory changes, plus receive updates on key legislative and DTSC actions. Class also covers DOT HAZMAT regulations and California Specific regulations.  Topics include:
 

RCRA / CALIFORNIA WASTE MANAGEMENT

  • Large Quantity / Small Quantity generators

  • RCRA and Non-RCRA wastes

  • Container & tank rules in California

  • Segregation of Chemicals

  • Accumulation times

  • Satellite accumulation rules

  • EPA identification number regulations

  • CUPA audit forms

  • Empty containers

  • Universal Wastes (batteries, aerosol cans)

  • Top 10 DTSC violations

 

DOT HAZMAT

  • How to ship hazardous materials / waste

  • How to complete a Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest

  • New 2018 e-Manifest Rules

  • How to label containers (California & DOT)

  • How to mark container (California & DOT)

  • How to placard containers and trucks

  • Truck driver responsibilities

  • Generator responsibilities

  • Emergency response procedures

  • Segregation of chemicals


Who Should Attend

Anyone who must comply with Federal and California hazardous waste / materials rules and regulations:

  • Large Quantity Generators

  • Small Quantity Generators

  • Employees who sign the Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest

  • HAZMAT Drivers

  • TSDF operators

  • Waste brokers

  • Compliance managers

  • Hazardous material employees

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