Many components of New York's hazardous waste program are more stringent that the Federal RCRA regulations. Managers of hazardous waste in New York must ensure their facilities comply with both US EPA and NYSDEC regulations.
This New York specific course will enhance your annual Federal RCRA training and help keep your site in compliance with New York’s hazardous waste management rules. The course provides the initial or refresher hazardous waste training required for new and experienced professionals. Note: Annual training is mandatory for all facility personnel who work at or oversee operations where hazardous waste is generated*.
In order to meet your mandatory Federal training requirement, you may have to combine this course with our Federal RCRA Hazardous Waste Management Course.
*[40 CFR 262.34(a) and 265.16]
*[6 NYCRR 372.2(a)(8)(iii)(e)(3) and 373.1.1(d)(1)(iii)(c)(5) & 373-3.2(g)]
|Online ........................$379 each
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|Public Workshop .......$495 each*
*For multiple same time attendees, discounts may apply.
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Interested in training a large group? Check out our Group Training options.Registration includes:
- Engaging, interactive New York state hazardous waste training
- Trusted compliance resources
- 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 New York Hazardous Waste Management Rules:
- How to identify the regulations that apply to your site
- Critical differences between NYSDEC and Federal RCRA rules
- Calculating generator status and accumulation options
- Unique hazardous waste ID rules and NY waste codes
- Rules for on-site accumulation and storage in sole source aquifers
- Managing PCBs as hazardous waste
- Requirements and reliefs for universal waste and used oil
- NYSDEC rules for Hazardous Waste Manifest and shipping off site
- Recordkeeping, reporting, and hazardous waste training rules
Who Should Attend New York Hazardous Waste Management Training?
EHS managers, supervisors, compliance officers, engineers, operators, waste handlers, corporate attorneys in the chemical processing, oil and gas, manufacturing, or other industries.
Anyone responsible for hazardous waste compliance at the facility or corporate level in the state of New York in addition anyone who directs hazardous waste personnel training as required at 6 NYCRR 373-3.2(g).
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