Complimentary HAZ and DOT Training Now Available in the San Diego Area!

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Ingenium will be offering two complimentary classes on Hazmat Waste Awareness and DOT Function Specific Training for our valued clients in the San Diego area.

Please join us on Tuesday, August 15th, for our next complimentary training session. The agenda will be as follows:

10:00-10:30 – Check-In
10:30-12:00 – Haz Waste Awareness/Med Waste Update
12:00-12:30 – Lunch Break (Lunch provided by Ingenium)
12:30-2:00– DOT Function Specific Training

Location of Training:
Ingenium Corporate Headquarters
2280 Micro Place
Escondido, CA 92029
760-745-8780 x113

Training Descriptions:

Haz Waste Awareness (required annually.) This training is a requirement for employees who have responsibilities related to the generation, management or response to the release of hazardous waste. This training will cover the following topics:

  • General information on pertinent regulations
  • Definitions of hazardous and universal waste in the State of California
  • Labeling, segregation and container management for hazardous and universal waste
  • Storage limits for hazardous waste
  • Response to hazardous and universal waste releases, including contacting outside emergency agencies
  • This training also provides general awareness in regards to medical waste regulated under the CA Health and Safety Code

DOT Function Specific Training (required every 3 years.) This training is a requirement for any person signing hazardous waste shipping papers. This training will cover the following topics:

  • HazMat Regulations and Classification
  • Hazardous Materials Table
  • Packaging, Labeling, Marking & Placarding
  • Shipping Papers
  • Emergency Response Information
  • Loading & Storage

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Registration is limited to two participants per client. If you would like to add additional attendees, you may do so for a fee of $50.00 per person.

SPACE IS LIMITED! Register now to secure your spot

NOTE: Central California – September 7th