California hazardous waste training is required annually for all personnel “who work at, or oversee the operations of, a hazardous waste facility and whose actions or failure to act may result in noncompliance” California’s hazardous waste regulations are stricter and more complex than the Federal rules.
This course provides training on California's unique hazardous waste requirements under Title 22 and the state's Health and Safety Code. Satisfy Cal/EPA's annual training mandate at 22 CCR 66262.34 and 66265.16 and develop a systematic approach to manage RCRA and non-RCRA hazardous wastes in the Golden State. Students who complete this workshop are prepared to navigate and apply the complex California Title 22 hazardous waste rules.
Did you know? Fines for hazardous waste compliance mistakes in California are now as high as $70,000 per day, per violation.
REHS Certification Hours
The California Department of Public Health requires professionals certified as Registered Environmental Health Specialists (REHS) to complete 24 hours of continuing education hours every two years. This course counts for 14 contact hours toward your REHS continuing education requirement.
|Online ........................$569 each
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|Public Workshop .......$795 each*
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Interested in training a large group? Check out our Group Training options.Registration includes:
- Engaging, interactive Title 22 hazardous waste training
- Trusted compliance resources for California generators
- Certificate to document your initial or annual training
- Updates to your reference materials throughout the year
- 365 days of Lion Membership for complete compliance support
Learn the California Hazardous Waste Management Rules:
- Key regulatory terms and Title 22 structure
- Identifying RCRA and non-RCRA hazardous wastes
- Managing “extremely hazardous wastes” and “wastes of concern”
- California’s Unified Program and CUPAs
- Regulatory and statutory exclusions to streamline your operations
- Options for on-site accumulation and storage (90-day, 180-day, satellite areas)
- Rules for universal waste, used oil, treated wood waste, and spent-lead batteries
- Emergency preparedness and contingency planning
- Pre-transport requirements for RCRA and non-RCRA wastes
- Completing the Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest
- Recordkeeping, reporting, and training requirements
Who Should Attend California Hazardous Waste Management Training?
Individuals responsible for ensuring compliance with the Cal/EPA hazardous waste regulations. This includes anyone who reads and interprets regulations, develops facility procedures, and trains other employees. The course is designed for generators but is also helpful for contractors, corporate attorneys, waste brokers, service providers, and treatment, storage, and disposal facilities (TSDFs).
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Latest RCRA Hazardous Waste Rule Updates:
December 31, 2015—California DTSC rescinds Universal Waste Guidance
Learn the New RCRA Rules
For those who need a comprehensive understanding of the Federal hazardous waste regulations, such as land disposal restrictions for RCRA-regulated waste—Lion also offers Federal RCRA Hazardous Waste Management training.