2021 Online Training Dates

Due to COVID 19 and the current restrictions in place, our client training classes have been moved to Virtual! All trainings satisfy the regulatory requirements for Certification. View the current schedule below and click the appropriate link to register.

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DOT Training (required every three years)
Tuesday, June 1 (Note: This training applies to all states.)
10:00 pm – 12:00 pm (PST)
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RCRA  HAZ  Training (required annually)
Wednesday, June 2 (Note: This training applies to all states.)
10:00 pm – 12:00 pm (PST)
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CA HAZ  Training (required annually)
Wednesday, June 2 (Note: This training applies to CA only.)
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm (PST)
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Training Descriptions

DOT Function Specific Training – Required every 3 years

This training is a requirement for any person signing hazardous waste shipping papers.

Training will cover the following topics: HazMat Regulations and Classification; Hazardous Materials Table; Packaging; Labeling; Marking & Placarding; Shipping Papers; Emergency Response Information; Loading & Storage   

CA 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. 

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

RCRA 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. 

Training will cover the following topics: General information on pertinent federal regulations; Definitions of hazardous and universal waste from the US EPA; 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.

Thank you for choosing Ingenium for all your waste management needs. If you have any questions about upcoming or future trainings, please contact us

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