If you are a hazardous waste generator, you know that when it comes to dating and labeling hazardous waste containers, the possibilities for violations are almost endless, and that assuring compliance is an ongoing challenge even when you have a solid program in place. One of the best ways to prepare is to step back and take a close look at your overall existing dating and labeling program to verify that your procedures, and more importantly, comprehensive implantation of your procedures, are in order.
Join us when Michael Lawrence of Summit Safety Technologies, who has been actively involved in developing and implementing compliant and cost-effective RCRA hazardous waste management programs, including dating and labeling, for multiple companies, will help attendees assess their current programs and procedures in order to identify and correct common RCRA hazardous waste labeling and dating mistakes.You’ll learn:
About Your Presenter:
- The old and new RCRA hazardous waste container dating and labeling requirements as they apply to your organization
- How to develop and implement an effective routine inspection process to assure your organization maintains ongoing compliance with the RCRA regulations
- The typical citations, fines, and penalties for RCRA violations
- How to evaluate the RCRA Civil Penalty Policy, which uses gravity of the violation, number of days of violation, and adjustments for economic benefit to determine penalty amount
- Training programs to assure that employees are aware of hazardous waste container dating and labeling compliance responsibilities
Summit Safety Technologies
Michael Lawrence has 30 years’ experience in safety and environmental management and is principal of Summit Safety Technologies based in Long Beach, California. Lawrence is an accomplished safety and environmental manager, technical trainer, and training manager, and has been training adult workers and safety and environmental professionals for many years. He is a frequent speaker and is recognized for his expert knowledge of safety and environmental regulations, management systems, and effective training in the workplace.