This course will take approximately 24 minutes to complete. This session is about safely and correctly working around hazardous wastes. It covers the basics of hazardous waste management for all workers who handle hazardous wastes.
This course will take approximately 34 minutes to complete. When you have completed this training session, you will understand federal guidelines for container storage of hazardous waste at generating facilities; recognize and be ready to follow safe practices for managing hazardous waste containers; understand why it is important to segregate certain hazardous wastes; know what to look for in inspecting hazardous waste areas at the facility, and you will know more about how to minimize wastes.
This course will take approximately 28 minutes to complete. This presentation covers basic employee training requirements for employees involved in hazardous waste management. The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, or RCRA, authorizes the Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA, to regulate hazardous waste from generation to disposal. Facilities that generate, transport, treat, store, or dispose of hazardous waste are subject to the waste management rules promulgated under Subtitle C of RCRA.
This course will take approximately 24 minutes to complete. As part of the Department of Transportation (DOT) requirements at 49 CFR 172.174 Subpart H, shippers and carriers of certain hazardous materials must develop and implement security plans as well as ensure that their employee training programs include a component on security. This training session focuses on the awareness-level component of this training requirement. Why Training about "Hazmat Transportation Security Awareness Training" Matters Every day, 800,000 hazardous material shipments take place in the United States. Employees must be able to identify potential security risks involving access to hazardous materials. It is important to know how to control access points to hazardous materials, maintain their security, and identify and handle suspicious personnel and activities. Employees must be aware of the security of both vehicles and hazardous materials being transported. If secure conditions are not maintained, either authorized or unauthorized employees can sabotage a tank, railcar, or tank truck containing hazardous materials.
This course will take approximately 27 minutes to complete. Trainees will learn about the threats posed by hazardous wastes at the work site and where to find additional information about hazardous wastes and other materials; understand the medical surveillance requirements; understand and follow the practices and procedures designed to eliminate or reduce risks of an accident or incident; recognize the engineering controls deployed to help ensure safety; and understand the importance of, and be prepared to properly use, PPE.
This course will take approximately 19 minutes to complete. Trainees will learn to understand their role as a first responder and the company’s emergency response plan; identify hazardous substances and know the risks if they are released or spilled; recognize a hazardous release or spill and potential outcomes; report the spill or release by calling for help, notifying others of the chemical spill or release, and helping coordinate an evacuation.
This course will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. This presentation covers universal waste requirements for small and large quantity handlers (40 CFR 273). Universal wastes are regulated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA. In the past, the federal rules required businesses to manage those wastes now deemed by EPA to be “universal wastes” as hazardous wastes. EPA found that the hazardous waste management rules were a “major impediment” to national collection and recycling campaigns for batteries, pesticides, and thermostats. EPA views the effect of the universal waste regulations as “easing the regulatory burden” on businesses that handle universal wastes because the rules include provisions that “streamline” the hazardous waste requirements.
This course will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. By the end of this presentation, you will understand your responsibility to create and maintain a compliant SWPPP and to obtain the necessary permit, and conduct required monitoring; keep proper records, and provide an annual report to EPA; train employees identified in the SWPPP; identify stormwater pollution and sources, implement best management practices, or BMPs, conduct required inspections; and respond effectively to spills.
This course will take approximately 25 minutes to complete. By the end of this presentation, you will understand your responsibility to provide an SPCC plan that includes required inspections, employee training, adequate facility security, spill prevention procedures, spill countermeasures, spill reporting procedures, emergency response plans; and provisions for periodic plan review and amendments.
This course will take approximately 25 minutes to complete. This training session is designed for employees who may contact or work near asbestos containing material (known as ACM), asbestos-containing building material (known as ACBM), or presumed asbestos-containing material (known as PACM), but do not disturb it as part of their normal work activities.
This is an audio rebroadcast of a July, 2010 webinar hosted by the Security and Sustainability Forum (SSF). The webinar examines current trends in green building technology (the "smart" building) and the U.S. Government's role (through GSA) in advancing this technology. Introduced by Ed Salltzberg of ERS Advisors; includes a distinguished panel from government and business.
This is a rebroadcast of a July, 2010 webinar hosted by the Security and Sustainability Forum (SSF). The webinar examines current trends in green building technology (the "smart" building) and the U.S. Government's role (through GSA) in advancing this technology. Introduced by Ed Salltzberg of ERS Advisors; includes a distinguished panel from government and business.
GCIC 102 completes the certification process. Submit exams from 101-102 for grading and certification as a Green Clean Institute Certified Technicain.
GCIC 101 and 102 are two modules of the Green Clean Institute Technician certification program. This is where all janitorial/maintenance training starts. Do not take the 200 or 300 series without finishing the 100 first.