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Hazardous Waste Management & Pollution Control

Course Overview

Safely managing the waste in your workplace is good for business and it is good for everyone! It will improve your employees’ safety and health. It will potentially introduce cost savings, through more effective work practices such as correct storage, handling, use and disposal procedures. Potential harm to the environment and effects from pollution will also be reduced.

It is critical for every individual involved with waste & environment management, whether with its handling, disposal or more commonly with its transportation, to acquire the relevant safe handling knowledge and skills.

This course provides methodology for identifying hazards and implementing controls and ensures every professional involved has the knowledge and skills to ensure the safe handling of general/hazardous waste as well as drafts of contingency & emergency plans.

 

Learning Objectives

1

Learners will be able to implement and understand the International protocols driving the more effective management of hazardous materials.

2

Learners will be able to review the waste disposal practice in the context of growing environmental awareness.

3

Learners will Gain a mastery on obtaining performance improvement through the implementation of an environmental management system.

4

Learners will be able to introduce new developments in waste management practice

Course Outline

Day One

· Health and safety hazards.  Health and safety signs and their meanings

· How employers and employees can keep people healthy and safe

· Understanding common legislations on waste handling and transportation

· Understanding classification of Hazards Materials and its risk

· Understanding hazard labelling and standards

· Understanding and interpretation of Safety Data Sheet

· Basic waste handling, the “Do’s and Don’ts”

· Identification of Safe and Unsafe practices – common mistakes

· Mitigation and control equipment.  

· Response during Hazmat incident

· Containment, decontamination, and mitigation procedures using chemical spill kit

· Personal protective equipment and its use

· The benefits of good health and safety at work

· The consequences of poor health and safety at work.

 

Who Should Attend?

This highly practical and interactive course has been specifically designed for:

Operators and staff dealing with hazardous material

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