Universal Waste for California "Collecting, Processing & Recycling"
Universal wastes are hazardous wastes that are generated at industrial, government, municipal and retail sites all over the country. The facilities that generate them are tightly regulated by the US Environmental Protection Agency and state and local environmental agencies. In general, the universal waste regulations in California are more strict and more expansive than those of the USEPA. They are found in two places: the California Code of Regulations (the CCR) and the California Health and Safety Code (the HSC). This program addresses both the Federal and the California-specific regulations. This training contains 2 programs, the 'Complete Version' (20 minutes) and it is supplemented by a shorter and very concise 'Refresher Version' (13 minutes). A customizable PowerPoint slideshow, a Trainer's Guide, Employee Quiz, Employee documentation and closed-caption programs are included. (20:00 / 13:00 minutes)
California Universal Waste
- 2 video versions: Complete Version (20 minutes) & Refresher Version (13 minutes)
- Trainer's Guide, Employee Quiz, Employee documentation forms
- Customizable PowerPoint slideshow (with and without video chapters) that details individual state regulations.
- Closed Captions included.