CUPA-2019 Session Details

GENERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES FOR OFF-SITE TRANSPORT OF WASTE
Thu, Feb 28    1pm - 2:45pm    150 of 250 seats available
TH-B3   HazWaste
Location   MARQUIS BALLROOM NORTHEAST
Credits      REHS: 2
   Objective
After attending this class, attendees will gain a better understanding on the regulations of the USEPA, USDOT, & DTSC requirements regarding the off-site transportation of waste.
   Description
Session will identify and explain the off-site transportation requirements for a California generator of hazardous waste. It will identify the applicable regulatory agencies, their relationship, and the affect of this relationship on the waste generator. Next it will address the specific responsibilities of a shipper of waste to display the required labels and marks on the waste container and completion of the shipping paper.
   Speakers
Daniel Stoehr / Daniels Training Services, Inc. Info@DanielsTraining.com
   Presentation
Generator Responsibilities for Off-Site Transport of Waste
The off-site transportation of waste by a California generator is subject to regulation by DTSC, USEPA, & USDOT. When these regulations are applicable and which one takes precedent determines how a generator's responsibilities. Don't rely on your transporter for compliance The generator / shipper of the waste is subject to violations and fines for non-compliance. This presentation identifies and explains basic compliance for all California generators of all waste and reveals some exemptions from full regulation that can save you time and money. Applicable elements of the USEPA Generator Improvements Rule and the e-Manifest System will be addressed.
Excerpt of USDOT Hazardous Material Table (49 CFR 172.101)
This document is referenced in my presentation (Th-B3 Generator Responsibilities for Off-Site Transport of Waste). I suggest everyone attending my presentation have a copy of this document.
DOT Chart 16
This USDOT document is referenced in my presentation (Th-B3 Generator Responsibilities for Off-Site Transport of Waste). I suggest anyone attending my presentation print this document in color and have available.