Archbright University

Dealing with Hazardous Waste

Course Description

Any employer who uses paint, anti-freeze, non-recycled oil,
solvents, parts-washing solvent, plating solutions, laboratory
chemicals, inks, dry cleaning solvents, glues, adhesives,
or any material that is a hazardous waste must provide a
program of classroom instruction or on-the-job training for
facility personnel.

Dealing with Hazardous Waste meets this annual requirement
and covers the basics of proper handling, storage, and
disposal of dangerous waste to ensure your facility’s
compliance with chapter 173-303 WAC. You may bring
copies of manifests or annual reports to ask specific
questions of the instructor.

After completing this course, participants will be able to:

  • Demonstrate a process for determining if a waste is a dangerous/hazardous waste
  • Complete a dangerous waste label
  • Demonstrate proper management of dangerous waste containers
  • Identify emergency response preparation steps
  • Explain the preparation for transportation and the use of the uniform hazardous waste manifesting
  • Demonstrate preventive maintenance procedures and spill containment practices

This program is designed for:

Safety and Environmental Professionals

Prerequisite:

None

Length:

7 hours (1-day)

HRCI Credits:

Not eligible

Type of Delivery:

Classroom