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Training for RCRA environmental,
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Federal regulations from the EPA, DOT, and OSHA require training for employees in certain situations, including any employee who works with any hazardous substance.
For example, the DOT requires training for any employee who will be handling, transporting, preparing for transport, or even preparing paperwork of hazardous materials (49 CFR 172.700).
The OSHA hazardous materials training requirement, found in the regulations at 29 CFR 1910.120, is referred to as the "Hazwoper" standard. The EPA's hazardous waste training requirements are generally incorporated into Hazwoper.
The EPA has other training requirements such as that required to handle or work with or near certain hazardous substances; such as Asbestos (40 CFR Part 763), PCBs (40 CFR Part 761), refrigerant CFCs (40 CFR Part 60), etc.
For more information about these regulatory requirements, click here .
What EHSO (Benivia, LLC) Offers:
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Why Choose EHSO?
EHSO succeeds in making the training:
Relevant - EHSO trainers teach understanding and application of the requirements to promote safety, compliance and efficiency, not simple regurgitation of the rules!
Cost-effective - Properly trained and motivated employees make fewer mistakes that causes accidents or fines; and now how to respond to problems to mitigate their effects - saving lives, the environment, and money.
High-Quality - All of our trainers our are experts in the subject with real world experience and interesting, experienced presenters!
Multi-disciplinary - integrated training for OSHA, EPA and DOT needs
Multilingual - EHSO can also provide this training in Spanish.
Flexible - training at your location or ours; at our regularly scheduled times or when you need it. A network of training providers across the US.
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Who is covered by OSHA's HAZWOPER Standard?
The Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard (HAZWOPER) applies to five distinct groups of employers and their employees. Click here for more.
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This page was updated on 1-Feb-2022