May Hazmat & RCRA Workshops: Updated for 2019
Experience fully-engaged training that does more than meet relevant training mandates. Reserve your seat now for workshops that simplify the complex regulatory mandates you work with, and help you demonstrate the value of compliance to your organization.
Can't make it to a workshop? Find online hazmat training to satisfy 49 CFR, IATA DGR, and IMDG Code mandates. Whether you ship hazmat every day or once a year, these courses cover what you need to know to keep your shipments in full compliance and avoid DOT fines now approaching $80,000 per day, per violation.
Or join us live on May 7 for the 1-day Recurrent Hazmat Ground Shipper Webinar.
Multimodal Hazmat Shipper Workshops (DOT, IATA, IMDG)Don’t settle for hazmat training that tells you what you already know.
Develop in-depth expertise to classify and prepare hazardous materials for transport by ground, air, and/or vessel. Learn new 49 CFR, IATA DGR, and IMDG Code regulations for 2019 and feel more prepared to create SOPs that ensure compliance and confidently take ownership of hazardous materials safety in your organization.
|Kansas City||April 30–May 3|
|St. Louis||May 13–16|
Plus, expert-led 49 CFR workshops in Minneapolis (May 6–7), Indianapolis (May 9–10), Rochester (June 6–7), and more.
Reserve your seat for 2019 hazmat training workshops.
RCRA Hazardous Waste Management and Advanced RCRAAre you ready for compliance with EPA’s major “Generator Improvements”? One by one, states have started adopting the new hazardous waste standards. The new rules not only re-organized all the RCRA regulations, they also impact episodic generation, satellite areas, container labels, contingency planning, EPA notifications, and more.
If your state has not adopted stricter contingency planning rules or new container label standards yet—they will soon. Learn what’s new for facilities large and small at the two-day workshop that’s considered the gold standard in hazardous waste management training.
|St. Louis||April 29–30|
|Dallas||May 1–3 (3-day RCRA + Texas Industrial Waste training)|
|Houston||May 6–8 (3-day RCRA + Texas Industrial Waste training|
See all 2019 RCRA training workshops.
In Chicago and Detroit, add Advanced RCRA training to put your hazardous waste expertise to work in new ways. Discover strategies to minimize waste, capitalize on exclusions, and use EPA’s recycling reliefs to your advantage—saving time and money.
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Permitting, Compliance & Environmental Manager
I tried other environmental training providers, but they were all sub-standard compared to Lion. I will not stray from Lion again!
One of the best trainings I have ever received!
The instructor was very patient and engaging - willing to answer and help explain subject matter.
Material Control Superintendent
I really enjoyed this training. Even after years on both sides of the comprehension coin, I find myself still learning! The quality of the delivery exceeded much of the training I have received in the past.
Given the choice, I would do all coursework this way. In-person courses go very fast without the opportunity to pause or repeat anything.
Chemical Laboratory Manager
This is the best RCRA training I've experienced! I will be visiting Lion training again.
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