This course covers what industrial facilities must know to identify, store, and dispose of dangerous waste in full compliance with Washington State's unique regulations.
Meet your annual training mandate and build confidence working with the complex Washington Department of Ecology (DOE) dangerous waste to protect personnel, prevent releases, and defend against EPA fines now as high as $74,552 per day, per violation.
Both US EPA and Washington DOE require initial training and annual refresher training for hazardous waste personnel.
Build confidence navigating the Washington State rules you must know to stay in compliance! To effectively manage dangerous waste in Washington State, you must comply with additional requirements set forth by the Washington Department of Ecology. These extra requirements are more stringent than the Federal regulations and affect how you manage your waste streams.
- Engaging, interactive Washington state dangerous 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
Washington Dangerous Waste Training Topics:
- How to identify the regulations that apply to your site
- Dangerous and extremely hazardous waste (EHW) management
- QELs and counting dangerous waste: large, medium, and small quantity generators
- Washington State rules for managing dangerous waste on site
- Unique ID criteria for toxic and persistent wastes
- State-specific reliefs and exclusions for “special” wastes
- W codes for dangerous waste in Washington
- State rules for wastes that contain PCBs
- Rules for Hazardous Waste Manifests and shipping off site
- Recordkeeping, reporting, and hazardous waste training rules
Key Learning Objectives:
- Meet WA Department of Ecology's initial or annual training requirement for hazardous waste personnel
- Build knowledge and skills to navigate and apply the latest Washington hazardous waste regulations to your waste streams and activities
- Identify key differences between Federal RCRA rules and Washington state standards, and know how changes impact your operations
Online Course Details
||Desktop, tablet, or mobile
|Training required by
||US EPA and WA DOE (WAC 173-303-330)
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Why choose online Washington dangerous waste training?
Online RCRA training is convenient, cost-effective way to satisfy US EPA or Washington DOE hazardous waste training mandates for large, small, or very small quantity generator personnel. Produced and kept up-to-date by Lion's team of experienced hazardous waste trainers and regulatory experts, the Washington Dangerous Waste Management Online Course
is comprehensive, reliable, and designed for busy EHS professionals.
Online courses are available 24/7 with support available 7 days a week.
Our state-of-the-art learning management system gives you access to tools that will enhance your online training experience:
- Resume your training from where you left off with automatic bookmarking
- Track your progress with the detailed course status display
- Get answers to your course content questions from expert instructors
- Develop your compliance expertise with engaging interactions
- Test your knowledge with exercises and quizzes on critical topics
- Access your complete Lion training history at any time
Who Takes Washington Dangerous Waste training?
EHS managers, supervisors, compliance officers, engineers, operators, waste handlers, and/or corporate attorneys in aerospace, chemical processing, oil and gas, manufacturing, retail, and other industries. Anyone responsible for dangerous waste compliance at the facility or corporate level in Washington State. Anyone who directs dangerous waste personnel training as required at WAC 173-303-330.
Additional hazardous waste management training
Students may need additional training to satisfy the Federal RCRA hazardous waste training requirements at 40 CFR 262.34(a) and 265.16. For training on US EPA’s requirements for hazardous waste generators, attend the RCRA Hazardous Waste Management Workshop
or take the RCRA online course
anytime, anywhere at Lion.com.