Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA) Parts 1-2

The Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA) places controls on the management of hazardous waste from its generation to its ultimate disposal. This two-part course provides you with important information on RCRA, hazardous waste and your role in staying safe if your facility or organization produces, disposes or stores hazardous waste. It also explores the actions you must take to carefully operate and maintain your facility and therefore reduce the possibility of fire, explosion and release of hazardous waste.
$29.95

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Course Duration: 48 Minutes

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You have seen media reports about the catastrophic effects an oil spill has on wildlife, the environment, and the livelihood of affected communities. The SPCC regulation was developed to prevent oil releases at facilities from polluting navigable waters of the United States. This course gives employees a general overview of SPCC requirements. Ideal learners are any employee involved in oil handling, transfer, storage, spill response or maintenance of oil equipment.
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Stormwater Pollution Prevention (US)

Laws require us to regulate stormwater in order to reduce the pollution of rivers and lakes. Identifying sources of storm water pollution and keeping them from coming in contact with runoff is one of the best and most economical ways of protecting the quality of our waters. This course presents best management practices to prevent stormwater pollution.
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Hearing Conservation - 9/26/2018 12:25:49 PM

Did you know that most noise-related hearing loss is completely preventable? In this course you will learn about the noise risks in your workplace and what you need to do to protect your hearing. Ideal learners include all employees who work with noisy tools or equipment or in loud environments.
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Stormwater and Erosion Control Best Management Practices

Runoff from rainstorms and snowmelt picks up pollutants like sediment, oil, grease and other chemicals. Contaminated runoff may flow into storm drains or it may flow directly into lakes, rivers and streams. Preventing stormwater contamination ensures clean water for swimming, fishing and drinking. U.S. Federal law requires construction sites to obtain stormwater permits any time an acre or more of land will be disturbed. As part of the permitting process, companies implement stormwater pollution prevention programs, or SWPPPs. This course covers Best Management Practices (BMPs) for stormwater and erosion control. Ideal employees are those in the construction industry.
$24.95