In many states, hazardous waste generators must follow state rules in addition to Federal mandates. California's hazardous waste regulations use the U.S. EPA requirements as a model, but there are many subtle and significant additions that apply to facilities that produce, treat, store, or dispose of California Hazardous Waste Management.
This online course is an introduction to the purpose, structure, and key definitions of the California hazardous waste regulations. It is designed as a basic primer; it introduces employees to the terms and concepts they will encounter during their initial required training.
Registration includes an easy-to-download compliance notebook, along with Lion's top-notch reference materials.
This online prep-course is available for free with enrollment in Lion's California Hazardous Waste Management Workshop.
Interested in training a large group? Check out our Group Training options.
California Waste General Awareness Training Topics:
- What are RCRA and non-RCRA hazardous wastes?
- Who is regulated?
- RCRA's objectives and policies
- Difference between Federal and state regulations and authority
- California unified program
- Structure of California hazardous waste regulations
- Seven steps to hazardous waste management
Who Should Attend:
Employees at sites that produce, treat, store, or dispose of hazardous waste, subject to both Federal regulations and the California Code of Regulations, Title 22, Division 4.5, which govern hazardous waste management.
Those who must comply with both the U.S. EPA and California Department of Toxic Substances Control regulations governing hazardous waste management.