May 2, 2019
This training covers regulatory requirements for California generators and practical compliance and enforcement avoidance strategies. Topics include RCRA & non-RCRA hazardous waste determination and exclusions.
Cal/OSHA Standards, enforcement practices, and penalties are all independent of federal OSHA, and are becoming more onerous. You need to know about recent changes in laws and regulations to avoid increasingly frequent high penalty inspections–into the 6-figure range in many cases.
To Be Announced
Proposition 65 – the California Safe Drinking Water and Toxics Enforcement Act, a well-recognized product labeling, signage and Safety Data Sheet (SDS) regulatory requirement for products and other exposures in California will be changing its mandatory warning methods and content effective August 30, 2018.
Employees who are assigned to any aspect of shipping and receiving of hazardous materials and hazardous wastes are required by California regulation to have annual training in addition to the DOT’s triennial training requirement.