July 16 -17, 2014, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: ETL 111
ABOUT THE COURSE
The two-day RCRA is an in-depth course with topics which include waste characterization, generator responsibilities, shipping, recordkeeping, treatment standards, soil and debris classification, alternative treatment standards, universal waste, and more. This course assists in meeting the 40 CFR 262.34(a) and 40 CFR 265.16 training requirements.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Employees who characterize, handle, mark, label, ship, provide emergency response, file reports with federal and state agencies, and keep records
- Managers and supervisors who take part in these tasks or are responsible for proper execution and safety of these tasks
- RCRA Overview
- Solid and Hazardous Waste Characterization
- Treatment Standards
- Soil and Debris Standards
- Generator Responsibilities
- Shipment and Manifesting of Hazardous Waste
- Emergency Response Information and Contingency Plans
- Universal Waste
- RCRA Exam
- Review and Issuance of Certificates
*Agenda is tentative. Topics and length of time spent on each may be adjusted dependent upon the needs of the students attending the course.
*Breaks will be taken intermittently during the training with at least one 15-minute break during each four hours of instruction. Shorter breaks will be taken as needed.
Jeffrey L. Campbell is a chemist with over 25 years of experience in transportation and safe handling of hazardous materials. He has worked in process labs at oil refineries and ethanol plants and has been an approval chemist and manager at hazardous waste treatment facilities. He currently works as an instructor and consultant for Environmental Team Resources. He was authorized by the Department of Transportation in 1998 to present their Hazardous Materials Transportation course, and is also an authorized OSHA general industry instructor and conducts courses on RCRA Waste Characterization and management.
Mr. Campbell obtained his BS degree in Chemistry Education from McNeese State University and taught high school chemistry in the mid '80s. He has since been training in different capacities, which include teaching hazardous materials transportation to petrochemical industry employees and NASA contractors.
Price: $600 - Includes lunch, refreshments and parking
Attendees should bring pens and highlighters
Certificates will be issued for 1.6 CEUs or 16 PDHs
Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover accepted
Checks should be made payable to McNeese State University and mailed to the following address:
McNeese State University
Institute for Industry-Education Collaboration
Lake Charles, LA 70609
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