Hazardous Waste (RCRA Generator) and DOT Shipper (Hazmat)

Facilities which are classified as small quantity generators (SQG) or large quantity generators (LQG) of hazardous waste require initial and annual refresher RCRA training for personnel involved in hazardous waste management activities. Facilities which receive, transport or prepare for shipping, containers of hazardous material, require initial and tri-annual refresher DOT training for personnel involved in those job functions. 


Course Registration closes 3 days prior to training date.

July 17, 2024 September 18, 2024

Course Description

Hazardous Waste Training for RCRA Generators

RCRA training provides guidance for compliance with hazardous waste regulations including:

  • How to recognize hazardous waste and state regulated wastes
  • How to manage hazardous waste correctly on site including inspection requirements
  • How to properly select, label and mark hazardous waste containers
  • How to prepare hazardous waste shipments for transport to treatment, storage and
    disposal facilities
  • Emergency preparedness & response procedures
  • How to properly maintain records for compliance and enforcement
  • RCRA Generator Improvements Rule review

The half-day training is designed to satisfy the annual RCRA requirements for generators of hazardous waste as presented in 40 CFR 265.16, 40 CFR 264.16 and 40 CFR 262.34.

DOT HazMat Shipper Training

DOT half-day training provides an overview of regulations for shipping hazardous materials and includes topics such as use of a proper shipping name, hazard classes, marking and labeling, shipping papers, packing groups and security. The training also reviews completion of a Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest and a review of emergency response and security awareness in transport. Training will satisfy initial and tri-annual refresher requirements specified in DOT’s 49 CFR 172 Subpart H, including testing of participants.

Cancellation Policy

To be eligible for a full refund of this course fee, cancellations or deferrals must be made in writing and received by Fuss & O’Neill, Inc. at least five working days prior to the course commencement date. An exigent circumstance will be taken into consideration by the Instructor.