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Hazardous Waste Management Training

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Hazardous Waste Experts is a leading provider of environmental health & safety (EH&S) and hazardous waste management training across the United States. Turn to us for custom-tailored, industry-specific trainings either on-site or online.

Avoid Fines

OSHA can inspect a facility, typically without warning.  An average inspection results in a $40,000 – $80,000 fine, but fines for willful violations can exceed $150,000. We can help you prepare by providing appropriate training.

Safety Program Essentials

We can help you prepare the required programs and associated documentation that you need to have in place to satisfy OSHA, DOT, and EPA requirements, including:

  • Hazard Communication Program
  • Accident Investigation Plan
  • Emergency Action Plan
  • DOT Driver Plan
  • Hazardous Waste Management Program
  • Personal Protective Equipment Plan
  • Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan
  • Fire Extinguisher Program
  • First Aid/CPR/Bloodborne Pathogen Plan
  • Safety Manual

Safety Training Schedule

Certain training must be completed on an annual basis while others are on a 2- or 3-year cycle. We can develop a training plan to keep you on track with required training such as:

  • Hazard Communication Training (every 3 years)
  • Forklift Training (3 years)
  • Emergency Action Training (initial)
  • DOT Training (3 years)
  • Hazardous Waste Training (annually)
  • Respirator Training (annual)
  • Stormwater Pollution Prevention Training (initial)
  • Fire Extinguisher Training (annual)
  • First Aid Training (2 years)
  • Fall Protection Training (initial)

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Required Hazardous Waste Management Training for waste generators, haulers, and TSDFs

We supply custom-tailored facility and personnel training to meet your specific industry needs. We can provide training on-site or online.

Managing environmental, health and safety compliance isn’t easy. It begins with the long list of ever-changing laws & regulations and gets even tougher when trying to manage ongoing safety training requirements, conducting routine inspections, managing deadlines, record keeping, and annual reporting.

Failing to manage safety compliance can end up having a major impact on your business, including serious employee injuries, major fines and penalties, sky rocketing insurance costs, lost customers, and serious legal problems if things go wrong.

Talk to our experts today.

Get rid of hazardous materials affordably and sustainably.