Training requirements of the US DOT for hazmat employees or of the USEPA for hazardous waste personnel are explained in concise, easy-to-understand summaries on Daniels Training Services website at http://www.danielstraining.com/. For brief summaries and information in easily accessible language, with thorough yet succinct explanations, industry leaders look to Daniels Training Services. The company stays up-to-the-minute on industry regulations because its training seminars provide eight-hour sessions that must ensure both hazmat employees and hazardous waste personnel meet their training mandates.
For example, in early January 2014, the USEPA made a final rule on a provisional exclusion of carbon dioxide's being classified as hazardous. The exclusions concern “owners or operators of treatment, storage, and disposal facilities engaged in the management of carbon dioxide streams that would otherwise be regulated as hazardous wastes under the RCRA subtitle C hazardous waste regulations as part of geologic sequestration activities.”
Rather than spend many hours poring through actual government documents on the USEPA recently revised regulations, interested industry leaders, employees and employers can find an abridged, to-the-point, condensed explanation of what the changes mean to the industry in the following article on the Daniels Training Services website: http://danielstraining.com/blog/conditional-exclusion-for-carbon-dioxide-co2-streams-in-geologic-sequestration-activities/.
“It is important to realize that the regulations of the USEPA (and your State) are always changing. Attend my training to learn what you need to know to maintain compliance with Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) regulations as a generator of hazardous waste. I think training should be an opportunity to learn about the regulations: where they come from, their purpose and intent, and most importantly, how the regulations apply to you,” says Daniel Stoehr, Daniels Training Services Provider and company spokesperson.
For more information on training options, including seminars and custom training opportunities, call (815) 821-1550 or visit the company website at http://www.danielstraining.com/Media Contact
Company Name: Hazardous Waste Regulations Clarified by USEPA & US DOT Employee Trainer
Contact Person: Daniel Stoehr
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Country: United States
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