Who Should Attend
This is the virtual training listing of our 16-hour Title 22/RCRA Advanced Hazardous Waste Management training course (click here for the in-class course listing). Participants are highly encouraged to register at least a week ahead of the class date. This advanced 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.
This course provides an in-depth understanding of fundamental California hazardous waste management requirements for Small and Large Quantity Generators. The course also includes selected DOT requirements that pertain to the management and transportation of hazardous waste. Training complies with 22 CCR, Section 66265.16 (except training on your facility Contingency Plan).
This two-day Title 22/RCRA compliance course is our most thorough hazardous waste management program. The course covers record keeping and general management requirements, the Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest System, hazardous waste identification and classification, container management, Land Disposal Restrictions, Tiered Permitting, SB14, the Unified Program, and U.S. DOT regulations affecting hazardous waste generators in California. Annual Hazardous Waste Generator training is required to maintain certification. Students will receive an electronic course manual, student resources folder, and certificate of completion (a physical copy of the student manual can be mailed out if registration occurs at least a week in advance of the class date).
About Virtual Training
Virtual training utilizes advanced high definition (HD) video conferencing technology to allow students to participate remotely in live, instructor-led classes. This cutting edge, seamless training solution provides an engaging, interactive learning experience for students to participate in from the comfort of their own home, workplace, or other suitable location of choice. Virtual training eliminates the need for expensive travel/lodging costs and the inconveniences that often come with being out of town. Here is all that virtual training participants will need:
- Reliable internet connection
- Microphone and speakers or a headset
- Strongly recommended: webcam (this allows for the most effective 2-way communication between participants and the instructor)
Many desktop computers and most laptops come with these components. Click here to learn more about virtual training with NES.