CA Title 22 Hazardous Waste Generator Training & DOT Hazmat Employee Training Combined (8 Hour)
|TIME TO COMPLETE:||Approximately 8 hours|
|CONTINUING EDUCATION:||0.8 CEUs, 8 contact hours|
|ACCOUNT ACTIVE FOR:||60 days|
|REGULATIONS SATISFIED:||Title 22 CCR 66262.34 & Title 22 CCR 66265.16
DOT – 49 CFR 172.704 (subpart h)
|NOTE:||Save $15 if you sign up for this combined course!|
Max Subscription Days: 60 Days
Subjects: ENGLISH COURSES DOT Hazmat Courses EPA Hazardous Waste Courses
Price: US $209.00
Do you handle, manage or store hazardous waste at your site?
Do you fill out or sign hazardous waste manifests?
Do you offer the waste for transportation and sign off on the hazardous waste manifest?
Then, this course is for you!
Do you handle, manage or store hazardous waste at your site? Do you fill out or sign hazardous waste manifests? Do you offer the waste for transportation and sign off on the hazardous waste manifest? If so, this hazardous waste training course is for you.
Our online DOT/Title 22 combined employee training course provides the training and certification you need to handle hazardous waste in large and small quantities or to work as a DOT Hazmat Employee. If you are someone who holds hazardous waste onsite or offers the waste for transportation, including signing off on a manifest, it is required that you have both your DOT and Title 22 Certifications.
This training will give you these certifications and satisfy your refresher requirements. Learn more about the course and the requirements it fulfills below.
A Combined Course for DOT Hazmat and California Title 22 Certification
Both the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) and the California state government have laws in place to regulate the transportation and accumulation of hazardous materials and waste. These regulations help ensure hazardous materials are handled properly and moved from place to place as safely as possible to prevent harm to workers, the public and the environment.
Companies and organizations that generate or transport hazardous waste must comply with federal and state regulations or risk hefty fines. Employees who work for such companies and organizations must receive training in order to maintain compliance. This training includes information about the identification of hazardous waste, contingency plan implementation, signing off on waste manifests and more.
Essentially, if your job involves transporting hazardous waste even if it is just to sign off on the waste manifest, you’ll likely need to take a course that meets DOT Hazmat and California Code of Regulations (CCR) Title 22 regulations.
To make training more convenient for employers and workers, Hazmat School offers a combined online training and certification course, which takes only eight hours to complete. When you complete this course and pass the exam at the end, you’ll receive your certificate, so you can get to work.
The combined DOT/Title 22 course comes in two parts, each designed to fulfill certain regulatory requirements. Here’s what you can expect in each part of the training:
Part One — Title 22 Hazardous Waste Course Objectives:
The state of California has its own laws in place to regulate hazardous waste generators. Part one of this course deals with the hazardous waste regulations found in sections of CCR Title 22: 66262.34 and 66265.16. The structure and objectives of this section are based on compliance with the California Hazardous Waste regulations.
When you complete part one of this course, you’ll be able to:
- Define hazardous waste.
- Understand the background and need for hazardous waste regulations.
- Define generation of hazardous waste.
- Understand RCRA and non-RCRA waste classifications.
- Define the terms generator and co-generator.
- List the three classes of generators and know what episodic generator means.
- Understand how waste accumulation works including on waste accumulation sites and satellite accumulation sites.
- Identify safety considerations when accumulating hazardous waste.
- Understand the basic toxicology and terminology relating to hazardous waste.
- Understand the importance of proper record keeping and reporting requirements for generators.
- Recognize a Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest and what information is required.
- Be able to accurately fill out a Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest.
- Discuss new regulations regarding universal hazardous waste.
- Understand the need for proper training and emergency response.
- Understand the differences between federal hazardous waste regulations and state hazardous waste agency regulations.
- Meet the requirements of Title 22 CCR 66262.34 for certification as a hazardous waste handler.
Part Two — DOT Course Objectives
In addition to Hazardous Waste laws in California, you also need to understand federal DOT Hazmat regulations in order to transport your waste off-site or sign off on any paperwork since it is DOT regulated. Parts 171 through 177 of Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) contain rules for the compatibility, packaging and shipping of hazardous materials.
In part two of your online course, you’ll learn more about DOT Hazmat regulations. Each unit is based on one or more of the following requirements. Upon completion of this program, you will have:
- Met the requirements of 49 CFR, Part 172.704 for certification in hazardous materials handling and transportation
- Reviewed the requirements of the DOT regulations relative to the transportation of hazardous materials
- Reviewed the basic safety elements including recognition and identification of hazardous materials as required by the DOT regulations and the Hazard Communication Standard
- Reviewed the basic operations required for handling emergencies involving hazardous materials for the DOT Hazmat Employee
- Demonstrated some basic functions required for a DOT Hazmat Employee including basic knowledge of the Hazardous Materials Table (49 CFR 172.101), Labels and Placards, and Shipping Papers including hazardous waste manifests
- Reviewed the nine DOT hazard classes and associated them with the appropriate placards for use in transportation
- Gained an awareness of security risks associated with hazardous materials transportation (HM-232)
- Learned about methods designed to enhance transportation security
- Learned how to recognize and respond to possible security threats
How to Meet the Course Requirements
To meet the course’s completion requirements and receive your certification, you will have to go through all modules and pass the final exam that you’ll unlock at the end of the course. You will need a computer or iPad with internet access and an email account. No text is required, as all course materials are available online. The course will take approximately eight hours to complete, but you can work at your own pace and come and go as you need to.
How the Course Is Graded
Passing this course requires completing the multiple choice or true/false exam with a grade of 75% or better. If you do not receive a grade of at least 75% on your first try, you may retake the quiz up to three times.
Course Schedule and Deadlines
The course is designed to be self-paced. You will have 60 days to complete it and can come and go as needed. After one month, you will need to re-enroll. Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a pdf certificate right away.
Start Your Online Training Course Today
Getting DOT Hazmat and CA Title 22 certified is essential to your career and your company’s success. Our online training program makes this step simple. Register for your course and start studying at your own pace today.