Environmental Management Institute, Inc.

Environmental Management Institute, Inc.

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  • Regulatory Compliance

    Timetable of training courses

  • Managing Solid and Hazardous Wastes

    Managing Solid and Hazardous Wastes

    This one-day course describes the U.S. solid and hazardous waste management system. After describing the process by which one characterizes the waste outputs from a facility, the course moves on to the requirements for generators to properly manage hazardous wastes and universal wastes from cradle to grave. This course can be taken on its own, or for persons new to hazardous materials management, as the third day in our four-day Introduction to...

  • Managing Asbestos in Buildings

    Managing Asbestos in Buildings

    Asbestos is ubiquitous. And it has not been banned. Thus, common sense would say that building managers should be aware of its hazards and knowledgeable about its care. In addition to these common sense requirements, there are also specific regulatory requirements. The OSHA Asbestos Construction Standard (29 CFR 1926.1101(k)(2) requires building owners to identify certain materials as asbestos and to notify employees, tenants, and prospective...

  • Introduction to Hazardous Materials Management

    Introduction to Hazardous Materials Management

    The Institute's Introduction to Hazardous Materials Management is a comprehensive 4-day overview course for people who manage corrosives, fire hazards, toxics, and other hazardous materials. The course has been carefully crafted so that, although for maximum benefit you should take all four days, each day's topic is a stand-alone course.

  • General Regulatory Overview: Emergency Planning and Release Reporting

    General Regulatory Overview: Emergency Planning and Release Reporting

    This first day course introduces the basic concepts of legal liability and then outlines the major statutes governing environmental health and safety programs and the role of various federal, state, and local agencies in enforcing these statutes and regulations. It then reviews the requirements for emergency response planning and accidental release reporting and provides guidance and hands-on assistance in plan writing.

  • Managing OSHA and Community Hazard Communication

    Managing OSHA and Community Hazard Communication

    This one-day course introduces the concept of chemical hazards, especially with respect to employee exposures on the job. Using a variety of hands-on exercises the trainee will learn how to interpret the physical, chemical, safety, and health information in a material safety data sheet (MSDS) and in standard references such as the NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards. The course closes with a discussion of the requirements for worker and community...

  • Shipping DOT Hazardous Materials

    Shipping DOT Hazardous Materials

    This one-day course provides an overview of the U.S. DOT requirements for shippers of hazardous materials (also known as 'dangerous goods'). The morning session introduces the basics of the DOT hazardous materials classification schemes and illustrates how this connects to similar OSHA, EPA, HMIS, and NFPA classifications.

  • Advanced Hazardous Materials Management

    Advanced Hazardous Materials Management

    Focusing on the analysis and application of hazardous materials regulations, the Institute's Advanced Materials Management course explores a succession of individual management issues and representative compliance situations. Challenging case studies demonstrate practical methods to analyze both familiar and new situations. Course topics are presented by management activity (release reporting, emergency planning, right- to-know, etc.), emphasizing...