Many classes will be concurrently presented online in live, instructor-led webinar format (this listing) as well as in-person with limited seating availability (view the in-person listing here).
40 CFR 262.16(b)(9)(iii) & 22 CCR 66265.16
This two-day hazardous waste management compliance course is our most thorough hazardous waste management program and provides an in-depth understanding of fundamental California, and applicable federal, hazardous waste management requirements for small and large quantity generators. The course will cover determining your generator status, recordkeeping and general management requirements, EPA’s e-Manifest system (implemented June 30, 2018), hazardous waste identification and classification, facility standards, container and tank management, land disposal restrictions, tiered permitting, California’s waste minimization program (SB 14), the Unified Program, and an overview of DOT regulations affecting hazardous waste shipments for generators in California. Annual hazardous waste management training is required for large quantity generator personnel to maintain certification.
Each student will receive a course materials download link prior to the webinar and a certificate of completion following the training. For those who will be pre-paying for the course (by paying through this website or arranging advance payment with the NES registrar) and would like hard copies of course materials mailed to you, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-637-2384. Please request materials far enough in advance to allow sufficient time for preparation and delivery.
This course provides a thorough understanding of key California and federal hazardous waste management regulations for employees in need of more advanced hazardous waste instruction than is included in the one-day Hazardous Waste Management training program.
Who Should Attend:
This course is a must if you generate, handle, transport, store, treat, or dispose of hazardous wastes in California and is intended for employees and supervisors responsible for hazardous waste management at both large quantity and small quantity generator sites.
Key Course Topics:
- Recordkeeping and management requirements
- Hazardous waste classification
- Container and tank management
- Shipping and land disposal restrictions
- Tiered permitting
- Waste minimization