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  • Hazardous Waste Management

  • Advanced Hazardous Waste Management

    Advanced Hazardous Waste Management

    Go beyond the basics with this challenging course and delve into EPA's interpretations on the most daunting gray areas. Advanced Hazardous Waste Management is designed for those with prior RCRA training. This class covers much more than the regulatory requirements and meets your annual training requirement. 

  • Biennial Reporting - Webcast

    Biennial Reporting - Webcast

    If you are a large quantity generator of hazardous waste, EPA requires you to submit a report every even-numbered year which describes your activities during the preceding year. This biennial report is also applicable to any hazardous waste generator if more than 1 kilogram of acute hazardous waste, or more than 100 kilograms of acute spill residue, is generated in any calendar month. The biennial report is due by March 1 of every even-numbered...

  • DOT and RCRA Annual Update and Refresher

    DOT and RCRA Annual Update and Refresher

    This course is the perfect way to meet both your RCRA 40 CFR 265.16 annual review and DOT 49 CFR 172.704 (c)(2) recurrent training requirements. During this one-day class you will review the important concepts and procedures required for compliance with hazardous waste (EPA/RCRA) and hazardous materials transport (DOT/HMTSA) regulations. You'll also learn how to avoid the most common violations cited by EPA and DOT, as well as how to comply with new...

  • Hazardous Waste Land Disposal Restrictions - Webcast

    Hazardous Waste Land Disposal Restrictions - Webcast

    Unless you've studied the complex land disposal regulations in depth, there is a high probability that you might not be making the proper land disposal notice or certification. Even if you completely rely on your TSDF to complete your notifications/certifications, it is still your responsibility. Errors made result in RCRA penalties that are assessed to the generator.

  • Hazardous Waste Management Annual Update - Webcast

    Hazardous Waste Management Annual Update - Webcast

    This four-hour course is the perfect way to meet your RCRA 40 CFR 265.16 annual refresher training requirement. In addition to gaining insight on recent changes in the regulations, you will learn how to determine which wastes are hazardous, how to properly accumulate waste on-site, how to prepare hazardous waste for off-site shipment, emergency response and reporting procedures, and how to prepare hazardous waste manifests and land disposal notices.

  • Hazardous Waste Management in California

    Hazardous Waste Management in California

    If your facility generates hazardous waste in the state of California, you must comply not only with the California hazardous waste regulations, but also with federal regulations that have not yet been incorporated into the California rules. Attend this two-day seminar and meet both the California and federal annual training requirements for generators of hazardous waste in California.

  • Hazardous Waste Management in Texas

    Hazardous Waste Management in Texas

    If your facility generates hazardous waste in the state of Texas, you must comply not only with the Texas hazardous and industrial waste regulations, but also with federal regulations that have not yet been incorporated into the Texas rules. This two-day seminar meets the Texas and federal annual training requirements for generators of hazardous waste in Texas. Topics covered include waste characterization, on-site management, manifesting, land...

  • Hazardous Waste Management Webcast

    Hazardous Waste Management Webcast

    In this interactive course with a live instructor, you will gain the knowledge you need to manage hazardous waste in accordance with the latest regulatory requirements. While meeting your 40 CFR 265.16 training requirements, you will learn how to properly classify and accumulate hazardous waste, how to ensure your waste containers meet EPA and DOT requirements, how to avoid hazardous waste manifest errors, and how you must prepare for and respond to...

  • Hazardous Waste Management: The Complete Course (RCRA)

    Hazardous Waste Management: The Complete Course (RCRA)

    If your facility generates hazardous waste, you must comply with detailed regulatory requirements for waste characterization, container marking and labeling, waste minimization, manifesting, transportation, emergency response, and land disposal certification. EPA and state regulations require annual hazardous waste management training. At this two-day class you will learn the latest requirements of the law and how to comply.This course will teach you...

  • Hazardous Waste Manifesting - Webcast

    Hazardous Waste Manifesting - Webcast

    Did you know that if you sign a manifest you are required to have DOT training? When you sign hazardous waste manifests, you make a declaration that the shipment has been offered correctly. Avoid costly mistakes by learning the proper way to prepare and maintain your manifest, and prevent the most common problem: an inaccurate DOT basic description. During this webcast you will learn which manifest to use for hazardous waste, universal waste, used...

  • Universal Waste - Webcast

    Universal Waste - Webcast

    Does your facility generate any waste batteries, light bulbs, mercury-containing equipment, or pesticides? All personnel who handle these wastes must be trained to manage them in compliance with the regulations and know what to do in an emergency. Moreover, many states classify additional wastes as universal wastes, such as paint, electronic waste, antifreeze, aerosol cans, CRTs, etc. In this two-hour webcast you will learn how to classify, store, and...

  • Used Oil and Special Waste - Webcast

    Used Oil and Special Waste - Webcast

    Although they are subject to the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, used oil, precious metals, lead acid batteries, and hazardous waste fuels have somewhat relaxed requirements. Learn how to manage these wastes properly and understand how they can become fully regulated hazardous wastes if they are mishandled.

  • Hazardous Materials Transportation

  • DOT Hazardous Materials Training: The Complete Course - Webcast

    DOT Hazardous Materials Training: The Complete Course - Webcast

    The Department of Transportation (49 CFR 172.704) makes training mandatory for almost anyone who handles hazardous materials, regardless of the amount. This affects employees who select or fill hazardous materials packages, label containers, complete shipping papers, load or unload vehicles, transload hazardous materials, or operate vehicles used in the transport of hazardous materials.

  • DOT Hazardous Materials Update - Webcast

    DOT Hazardous Materials Update - Webcast

    This four-hour course is the perfect way to meet your DOT 49 CFR 172.704(c)(2) recurrent training and testing requirements. You will learn how to classify, package, mark, label, document, and ship hazardous materials in accordance with DOT regulations. You will also learn how to comply with the new requirements that have been enacted over the past year.

  • Hazmat Security - Webcast

    Hazmat Security - Webcast

    DOT has established stringent hazmat security requirements to enhance the security of hazardous materials transportation. This requires most hazmat employers to provide security training to their employees as part of their regular hazmat training.

  • How to Ship Batteries by Ground and Air - Webcast

    How to Ship Batteries by Ground and Air - Webcast

    If you ship batteries by ground or air, you must comply with very detailed DOT and IATA regulations regarding how batteries are classified, packaged, marked, labeled, transported, and identified on shipping papers. The rules apply not only to batteries, but also to equipment or vehicles that contain batteries as well as batteries packed with equipment. Virtually all types of batteries are regulated, including lithium, lead-acid, nickel cadmium, and...

  • How to Ship Consumer Commodities and Limited Quantities - Webcast

    How to Ship Consumer Commodities and Limited Quantities - Webcast

    Consumer commodities (ORM-D) and limited quantities are subject to somewhat less stringent regulations than other hazardous materials. However, this does not mean that DOT doesn't regulate them. And when you ship them by air, they are subject to more stringent regulations established by IATA and ICAO. Regulatory relief is also granted to sample shipments, materials that are transported by private motor carriers in support of a business, and small...

  • IATA Dangerous Goods Update - Webcast

    IATA Dangerous Goods Update - Webcast

    This five-hour course will prepare you to ship dangerous goods by air in accordance with the International Air Transport Association's Dangerous Goods Regulations. Topics include how to determine which materials are regulated, how to package dangerous goods for air transportation, special requirements for consumer commodities, and marking and labeling requirements. You will also learn how to use the international regulations within the guidelines of...

  • International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code - Webcast

    International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code - Webcast

    In this five-hour course you will learn how to prepare dangerous goods for shipment by vessel using the International Maritime Organization's IMDG Code. Using the IMDG Dangerous Goods List, you will learn how to classify, package, mark, label, and placard dangerous goods for vessel shipment. You will also learn how to identify marine pollutants and prepare transport documents.

  • Transportation of Dangerous Goods: Compliance with IATA and IMO Regulations

    Transportation of Dangerous Goods: Compliance with IATA and IMO Regulations

    This course provides an in-depth look at the regulations governing shipments by sea and air under IMO (International Maritime Organization) and IATA (International Air Transport Association) regulations. It focuses on the differences between domestic and international regulations and covers any regulatory changes or additions that have occurred in the past two years. During this class you will participate in hands-on exercises that will give you the...

  • Transportation of Dangerous Goods: Compliance with IATA Regulations - Webcast

    Transportation of Dangerous Goods: Compliance with IATA Regulations - Webcast

    This course will provide you with an in-depth look and practical experience in the domestic and international regulations governing the transportation of dangerous goods (hazardous materials) by air. You will learn how to determine which materials are classified as dangerous goods, how to select and prepare packages, how to mark and label packages, as well as how to prepare consumer commodities, excepted quantities, and limited quantities for...

  • Transportation of Infectious Substances by Ground and Air - Webcast

    Transportation of Infectious Substances by Ground and Air - Webcast

    Shipments of infectious substances by ground and air are rarely covered in general DOT and IATA training classes because the requirements for shipping infectious substances are unique. This five-hour course will guide you through these highly specific requirements. You will learn how to classify infectious substances into Categories A or B; how to select and prepare the triple packaging systems appropriate for your infectious substance; how to mark,...

  • Environmental

  • Environmental Audits

    Environmental Audits

    Anyone responsible for conducting audits or preparing facilities to be audited will benefit from this class. You will learn how to assess compliance with federal, state, and local requirements, how to organize the audit process and prepare an effective audit report, and what to do with the results. This class also addresses the auditor's responsibilities, the facility's responsibilities, and how to monitor corrective action.

  • Environmental Audits Webcast

    Environmental Audits Webcast

    Anyone responsible for conducting audits or preparing facilities to be audited will benefit from this class. You will learn how to assess compliance with federal, state, and local requirements, how to organize the audit process and prepare an effective audit report, and what to do with the results.  This class also addresses the auditor's responsibilities, the facility's responsibilities, and how to monitor corrective action.

  • Environmental Regulations - Webcast

    Environmental Regulations - Webcast

    This five-hour course is designed to provide a broad understanding of major U.S. environmental laws and regulations. You will learn how to determine which laws and regulations apply to your facility and how to maintain compliance. Major emphasis is placed on the statutes that affect most facilities, including the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, RCRA, CERCLA, EPCRA, and TSCA. Recordkeeping, reporting, and training requirements are also covered.

  • Environmental, Health, and Safety Laws & Regulations

    Environmental, Health, and Safety Laws & Regulations

    Whatever your responsibilities within your organization, you need to know which laws and regulations apply to your facility in order to help remain in compliance. In this class you will learn how to determine which laws and regulations apply to your facility, procedures for attaining and maintaining compliance, training and recordkeeping requirements, and which of your activities require permits. Environmental Resource Center's common sense approach...

  • SARA Title III - Form R (Section 313) - Webcast

    SARA Title III - Form R (Section 313) - Webcast

    At this webcast you will learn the latest changes to the Section 313 requirements, including the threshold requirements for PBT chemicals and lead. You will also learn how to determine if you must complete the Form R and whether you qualify for any Section 313 exemptions, how to complete and document your 313 threshold determination, and how to identify release sources at your facility.

  • SARA Title III - How to Comply with Emergency Release & Notification Requirements - Webcast

    SARA Title III - How to Comply with Emergency Release & Notification Requirements - Webcast

    Learn what is covered by the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act at this four-hour webcast. Topics include how to identify and accurately report OSHA hazardous chemicals, CERCLA hazardous substances, and extremely hazardous substances at your facility. You will also learn how to determine whether the Tier II inventory reporting requirements apply to your site and how to complete the form. To help your reporting go smoothly, you will...

  • SARA Title III Workshop

    SARA Title III Workshop

    SARA Title III (the Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act) requires you to inform your surrounding community about your facility's hazardous substances and releases - accidental and permitted. This program provides you with a complete understanding of what this law requires as well as detailed instructions on how to ensure your facility is in compliance. A clear explanation of your reporting requirements under Title III is provided so you...

  • Stormwater Regulations Webcast

    Stormwater Regulations Webcast

    Learn how to comply with the industrial and construction storm water management regulations at this five-hour webcast. In addition to receiving an overview of storm water regulations, you will learn how to obtain a permit for storm water discharges, which permits are available to you, how to develop an effective SWPPP for your facility, and how to develop and implement an effective sampling plan.

  • TSCA Import Requirements - Webcast

    TSCA Import Requirements - Webcast

    EPA requires importers to certify that their importedchemical substances or mixtures are either in compliance with TSCA Sections 5,6, and 7 at the time of import or that they are not subject to TSCA. Section 13 of TSCA requires that chemicals,mixtures, and articles be refused entry into the United States if it fails tocomply with any TSCA rule in effect or is offered for entry in violation ofTSCA Section 5, 6, or 7. In this session, you will learn how...

  • TSCA Pre-Manufacture Notices and Updates - Webcast

    TSCA Pre-Manufacture Notices and Updates - Webcast

    Under EPA’s New Chemicals Program, anyone who plans to manufacture or import a new chemical substance for a non-exempt commercial purpose is required to provide the EPA with a Pre-Manufacture Notice (PMN). EPA’s Inventory Report Rule requires chemical manufacturers and importers to update TSCA inventory data with the EPA every five years using a Form U. The report must include the identity of, and certain manufacturing information for,...

  • TSCA Requirements for Fluorescent Light Ballasts - Webcast

    TSCA Requirements for Fluorescent Light Ballasts - Webcast

    If you have fluorescent lamp fixtures containing ballasts manufactured before July 2, 1979, the ballasts will most likely contain PCBs. These ballasts are subject to TSCA storage and disposal requirements. In this webcast, you will learn the various classifications that apply to PCB ballasts, how to accumulate them on-site, prepare them for off-site shipment, and properly dispose of them.

  • Safety

  • Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) 8-Hour Refresher Training

    Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) 8-Hour Refresher Training

    OSHA's Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response rule at 29 CFR 1910.120 regulates cleanup sites, TSDs and emergency responders. Sections 1910.120 (e) and (p) require workers engaged in hazardous waste operations and workers at TSDs to receive at least eight hours of refresher training annually. Emergency responders must receive annual training of sufficient duration and content to maintain their competencies.

  • Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response 24-Hour Training (HAZWOPER)

    Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response 24-Hour Training (HAZWOPER)

    Personnel who are expected to stop, contain, and clean up on-site releases are required to have 24 hours of initial training. Personnel who are involved in cleanups at waste sites-including Superfund sites, RCRA corrective action sites, or even voluntary cleanups involving hazardous substances-must have 40 hours of initial classroom instruction.

  • Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response 40-Hour Training (HAZWOPER)

    Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response 40-Hour Training (HAZWOPER)

    Personnel who are expected to stop, contain, and clean up on-site releases are required to have 24 hours of initial training. Personnel who are involved in cleanups at waste sites-including Superfund sites, RCRA corrective action sites, or even voluntary cleanups involving hazardous substances-must have 40 hours of initial classroom instruction. Satisfy your training requirements with this comprehensive class that provides in-depth instruction on how...

  • HAZWOPER 8 Hour Refresher - Webcast

    HAZWOPER 8 Hour Refresher - Webcast

    OSHA's Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response rule at 29 CFR 1910.120 regulates cleanup sites, TSDs, and emergency responders. Sections 1910.120 (e) and (p) require workers engaged in hazardous waste operations and workers at TSDs to receive at least eight hours of refresher training annually. Emergency responders must receive annual training of sufficient duration and content to maintain their competencies.

  • OSHA 10-Hour Compliance Course

    OSHA 10-Hour Compliance Course

    This two-day course provides information on how to implement the provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Act in your workplace. Learn how to assure the health and safety of your employees while complying with OSHA regulations. Instruction is provided on a variety of general industry safety and health standards, including walking and working surfaces, means of egress and fire protection, hazardous materials, hazard communication, machine...

  • OSHA Safety Regulations - Webcast

    OSHA Safety Regulations - Webcast

    This five-hour course is designed to give you an overview of the critical OSHA general industry regulations and help you determine which standards apply to your facility. Course topics include hazard communication, PPE, confined space, process safety management, and HAZWOPER. Recordkeeping, reporting, and training requirements are also covered.

  • On-Site and Customized Training

    On-Site and Customized Training

    Environmental Resource Center has trained thousands of employees from some of the country's largest companies, universities, and federal and state government agencies on all aspects of EPA, OSHA, IATA, RCRA and DOT regulations. Any of our standard environmental or safety classes and webcasts, such as DOT hazardous materials, EPA hazardous waste training courses can be delivered at your facility. Or we will develop a program - class or webcast - that...