Lion’s RCRA hazardous waste training is a top rated, 2-day course designed to meet EPA's annual RCRA training requirement at 40 CFR 262.17.
Complete this course to build a streamlined approach to identify, manage, and dispose of your site’s hazardous waste in full compliance with the latest RCRA generator rules in 40 CFR Part 262.
Improper hazardous waste management puts employees at risk and threatens the environment. EPA fines for RCRA noncompliance are now as high as $72,718 per day, per violation. US EPA requires annual training for hazardous waste facility personnel [40 CFR 262.17].
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Your RCRA Training Includes:
- Dynamic, engaging, and effective RCRA training
- Trusted RCRA resources to inform and support your decisions
- Certificate to document your initial or annual RCRA training
- CEUs and credit to maintain your IHMM, NEHA, ABIH, and REHS credentials
- Updates for your reference materials throughout the year
- A full year of Lion Membership for complete compliance support
- Free online prep course Hazardous Waste General Awareness (RCRA workshop only!)
Learn the New RCRA Hazardous Waste Rules:
Important: EPA’s Hazardous Waste Generator Improvements Rule is in effect as of May 30, 2017. This landmark update to RCRA will change the way your site manages hazardous waste in major ways. Train with Lion to stay up to date on new requirements and get answers about what you need to do to stay in compliance.
- What is a RCRA hazardous waste?
- New! Navigating the reorganized RCRA rules in 40 CFR 262
- Waste ID and choosing waste codes
- Counting hazardous wastes and calculating generator status
- New! Critical new rules for conditionally exempt (“very small”) generators
- New! The new one-time exclusion for episodic generation
- On-site storage options (90-day, 180-day, point-of-generation)
- New! Updated rules for hazardous waste container labels
- Managing universal waste and used oil
- Process for meeting land disposal restrictions (LDRs)
- Alternative RCRA treatment standards
- Emergency preparedness
- Recordkeeping and reporting
- EPA rules for Intro to the Hazardous Waste Manifest
About RCRA Hazardous Waste Training
Who Attends RCRA Hazardous Waste Training?
Any individual responsible for ensuring compliance with EPA hazardous waste regulations, including anyone who reads and interprets RCRA regulation, develops facility procedures, or trains other employees. This course is designed for generators, but is helpful for contractors, corporate attorneys, waste brokers, service providers, as well as treatment, storage, and disposal facilities (TSDFs).
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Latest RCRA Hazardous Waste Rule Updates:
May 30, 2017 —The Generator Improvements Rule takes effect at the Federal level. Compliance is now mandatory in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Iowa, and Alaska. Authorized states now have one to two years to adopt the more stringent provisions of the new Final Rule into the state hazardous waste regulations.
November 28, 2016—US EPA posted the Final Hazardous Waste Generator Improvements Rule to the Federal Register. The revised RCRA requirements are effective as of May 30, 2017.
October 28, 2016—US EPA finalized its Generator Improvements Rule, which will have a major impact on the way US facilities manage hazardous waste on site in 2017.
July 5, 2016—US EPA raises civil penalties for RCRA hazardous waste violations from $37,500 to $70,117.