RCRA Training in Cincinnati: Sept. 23—24
When in-person training returns to Cincinnati, Lion will adhere to all Federal, State, and local health and safety protocols intended to prevent COVID-19 transmission. Your safety is of utmost concern to us.
Who Needs RCRA Training?US EPA requires annual hazardous waste training for “hazardous waste personnel” (40 CFR 262.17). EH&S professionals who identify, store, recycle, ship, or arrange for the disposal of hazardous waste must be trained to comply with the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) regulations.
At the upcoming two-day workshop in Cincinnati, you will learn a comprehensive approach to manage your facility’s hazardous waste from “cradle-to-grave.” Develop the knowledge and skills you need to navigate and apply the complex RCRA regulations to your facility’s operations.
Andrew H., EH&S Specialist III
What’s New in RCRA?Did you and your colleagues spend the “quarantine era” reading the Code of Federal Regulations? No? Then let us get you up to speed on the latest 40 CFR hazardous waste management requirements with expert-led initial or refresher RCRA training.
Environmental professionals in the Cincinnati area should know that Ohio adopted two new hazardous waste regulations in 2020. First, Ohio adopted the RCRA Generator Improvements Rule, which re-organized the regulations and created new, more-stringent requirements for container labels, contingency planning, and more. Ohio also adopted cost-saving RCRA reliefs for solvent-contaminated wipes.
Join us at the Cincinnati RCRA workshop to update your expertise and ensure your site remains in compliance with changing hazardous waste management standards.
Criss W., Asst. Security Manager
Why do EH&S pros consistently say that Lion’s RCRA workshops are the best? Over 200,000 professionals rely on Lion workshops because our instructors and course materials provide an unmatched learning experience. Lion Technology training has been the gold standard in the regulatory compliance industry for more than 40 years.
Why Attend Lion’s Cincinnati RCRA Workshop?
Lion instructors have credentials as educators and real-life experience in diverse industries and a wide variety of businesses—from “Mom and Pop” entities to Fortune 100 companies. Our talented instructors will educate, empower, and entertain you while you learn – and they really care about you enjoying a positive workshop experience.
Hashim T., Chemical Loader
Lion instructors foster a welcoming learning environment where new and experienced hazardous waste professionals collaborate to gain a clearer understanding of the real-world application of RCRA. Cincinnati’s Latin motto is Juncta Juvant, or “united they aid each other.” When EH&S professionals come together to learn, there is no challenge you can’t overcome!
Cincinnati also offers unique sights and activities to fill your time outside the classroom. Check out the American Sign Museum, a 20,000 square foot converted warehouse where hand-carved wooden signs, gold leaf, electric light bulbs, and neon signage from 1870 through 1970 are on display.
Or stretch your legs after class! The Riverwalk is a 4-mile trail from Cincinnati into Kentucky and offers a spectacular vista of Cincinnati’s city skyline.
What’s Included with RCRA Training?Join Lion for RCRA training in Cincinnati and receive our comprehensive, up-to-date RCRA Hazardous Waste Desk Set comprised of a Compliance Reference Manual, a Quick Reference Guide, and a flash drive loaded with up-to-date regulations and reference materials. Thumb Drive to use back at your facility, and other classroom materials.
When you attend Lion’s RCRA workshop, you also get 365 days of Lion Membership. Members can use the Lion Finder Service™ to submit EH&S questions and get help finding answers from Lion instructors and subject matter experts.
Henry M., Transportation Lead
Plus, access RCRA regulations updated throughout the year and view State Hazardous Waste Summaries to see your state’s unique rules. Login to the recently redesigned Lion.com Member Area for exclusive insights in white papers, reports, FAQs, and videos that help you stay ahead of regulatory changes year around.
Member Bulletins and Lion's weekly e-newsletter will alert you to regulatory changes you should know about, so you never miss a crucial update.
To review all the benefits of Lion Membership, visit Lion.com/Membership now.
Lion provides a networking lunch on Day 2 of the workshop, giving you a chance to network with other environmental professionals, discuss challenges, and share success stories.
The Importance of RCRA TrainingWe take regulatory compliance seriously. Lion’s RCRA workshops are presented as a combination of lecture, discussion, and practical retention-boosting exercises that will prepare you to make confident, informed compliance decisions when you return to work.
Improper hazardous waste management puts the health and safety of employees at risk and threatens the environment. Waste that’s improperly managed, stored, or disposed of can also lead to costly civil penalties from US EPA and future liability under programs like CERCLA.
In December 2020, the EPA increased RCRA penalties to $76,764 per day, per violation.
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Much better than my previous class with another company. The Lion instructor made sense, kept me awake and made me laugh!
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