Why should you take the Hazardous Waste Management in California Webinar?
If your facility generates hazardous waste, you must comply not only with the California hazardous waste regulations, but also with federal regulations that have not yet been incorporated into the DTSC rules. This Hazardous Waste Management in California webinar covers how to determine which wastes are classified as EPA and California hazardous waste, how to properly manage your wastes at accumulation points and satellite accumulation points, how to complete hazardous waste manifests, and common errors to avoid, what you must enter on land disposal notices and certifications, when you must apply for a tiered permit, source reduction requirements, how to manage universal wastes and other special wastes, and recent changes in the hazardous waste regulations that can affect your facility’s hazardous waste management program.
Who should take the Hazardous Waste Management in California Webinar?
Anyone in California whose facility generates hazardous waste should take this webinar.
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Compliance Codes Met By Taking This Course: 22 CCR 66265.16 and 40 CFR 265.16
|Certificates||Same day as course completion for live classes, within 3 business days after online test completion for webinars|
|Food||Lunch provided for most classes. Lunch is not provided for HAZWOPER - 40 or 24 Hour Courses|
This course is conducted as a live instructor-led webinar. Further details will be provided to you prior to the course.
Environmental Resource Center is a full-service environmental, health, safety, and transportation consulting firm. Since 1981, it has served the needs of industry, academia, and federal and state government agencies by providing high-quality safety and environmental training services. Environmental Resource Center offers a variety of seminars, including all required EPA hazardous waste management and RCRA training, as well as DOT hazardous materials training. The company's main objective is to help you effectively comply with your local EPA, DOT, IATA, IMO and OSHA regulations.