Universal Waste Management (Revised 2020)
An overview for generators and handlers of universal waste, including the addition of aerosol cans.
In this course, we will discuss the universal waste regulations and how they apply to generators and handlers of universal waste.
Specifically, the objective of this course is to allow you a better understanding of:
- What is universal waste
- What wastes may be managed as universal waste
- How must a generator/handler manage its universal waste
This course has been revised and updated to reflect the Februrary 2020 addition of aerosol cans to the federal universal waste program.
Course Time: 60 minutes
Jackie Baxley, a professional engineer, has over 19 years of experience as an environmental engineering and risk management consultant specializing in the areas of environmental health and safety (EHS) compliance. As the EHS Practice Leader, her responsibilities include fostering operational performance to a project and management staff of engineers and scientists. Throughout her career, Jackie has developed a strong working knowledge of the principle federal and state EHS laws and regulations including environmental permitting, waste management, water and stormwater management, chemical and hazard management, and employee health and safety. Jackie is well known as a compliance trainer and has developed training courses delivered in person and online. She also has extensive experience in developing and guiding companies in management systems such as various International Standards Organization (ISO) standards. By understanding client's needs and goals, she has been a resourceful liaison and partner to a long list of clients in a variety of business sectors including Higher Education, Manufacturing, Healthcare, Chemical Manufacturing, Petroleum Marketing, Financial Institutions, Developers and Attorneys.
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