Hazardous Waste Workshop in California
Many components of California's hazardous waste program are more stringent than the Federal regulations, and training is required annually. This two-day workshop features comprehensive coverage of the California Hazardous Waste Regulations (Title 22), including waste identification, management standards for universal wastes, on-site management, manifesting, emergency planning and response, recordkeeping, and the latest legislative initiatives. Registration includes the free online prep course Regulatory Literacy, Lion's California Hazardous Waste Desk Reference Set, certification, and 365 days of complete follow-up support.
California Hazardous Waste Training Topics:
- Who is regulated?
- Regulatory vocabulary and structure
- The Unified Program
- Waste identification procedure per Federal regulation
- Waste identification procedure per California Code of Regulations (CCR)
- RCRA vs. non-RCRA hazardous wastes
- Regulatory and statutory exclusions
- What is a CCR hazardous waste?
- Options for on-site accumulation and storage (90-day, 180-day, satellite areas)
- Universal waste, used oil, treated wood waste, and spent-lead batteries
- Emergency preparedness and contingency planning
- Classifying RCRA and non-RCRA hazardous wastes for shipment
- Selecting a Proper Shipping Name
- Marking and labeling requirements for shipments of hazardous wastes
- Completing the Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest
- Recordkeeping, reporting, and training requirements