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What is Public Seminar Training?
These are one day (8 hour) training events held nationwide and year-round. Because this training is open to everyone the content covers a wider range of the regulations and is not site-specific as is my Onsite Training. It is a great way to meet the training mandate of both RCRA (40 CFR 265.16) & the HMR for (49 CFR 172, Subpart H) and to learn a lot more about waste management and the transportation of hazardous materials.
The day of training is split into 2 four-hour sections. In the morning section (8am to 12 noon) I address the RCRA Training requirements for hazardous waste personnel. You can learn a lot more about these regulations at my Learn More About - RCRA Training webpage.
After lunch (always delicious and always on me) we return to the training around 1pm to begin four hours of HazMat Employee training. Please refer to the Learn More About - HazMat Employee Training for more information.
Breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon snack (sugar and caffeine!) are provided free of charge.
One of the big advantages to open enrollment training is the opportunity to meet and share information with fellow EHS Professionals. I encourage this and try to make it part of the training experience.
How much does Public Seminar Training cost?
The costs for open enrollment training are designed to encourage you to register early and register often:
Early Bird Rate
(>2 weeks prior to date)
What does Public Seminar Training include?
Be prepared for a full day of intense instruction on the regulations of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act (HMTA)! This training is designed for the EHS professional or those responsible for the transportation of hazardous materials, or both. To get an idea of the information covered please refer to the course syllabus:
- HazMat Employee Training Outline (Public Seminar)
- Hazardous Waste Personnel/RCRA Training Outline (Public Seminar)
How do I schedule Public Seminar Training?
You may begin on my Public Seminar Training Schedule webpage to choose a convenient date and location for your day of training. Once you've made your selection you may continue from the webpage to register and pay on-line or you may contact me directly to make arrangements.
Try as I might, I can't make it everywhere. If you don't see a Scheduled Public Seminar that is convenient for you, don't despair you still have options.
- Onsite Training,
- Webinar, or
- Contact me about scheduling a special Public Seminar Training. If you can get at least five (5) people to register at the regular price, I'd be glad to make arrangements with you to schedule the training at a date and location of your choosing.
- Satisfy the regulatory training requirements of both USEPA & the USDOT.
- Satisfy the regulatory training requirements of your state (unless you're located in California).
- You leave with tools you can use your first day back at the job.
- A day out of the office.
- The training materials will provide a reference document that you refer to throughout the year.
- A chance to network with your peers.
- General information about the regulations is applied to your operations. It all depends on your questions.
- Content ranges from entry level to seasoned professionals. I've had some of both at my training and all have expressed satisfaction with the content.
- A great way to learn about the full scope of RCRA and how its regulations apply to you.
- Gain perspective on the regulatory requirements of other companies.
Public Seminar Training FAQ's:
Do I need to make my own hotel reservations? Are there discounts for attending?: All travel and lodging arrangements must be made by training attendees. Whenever possible we request discount rates for our customers. Please mention Daniels Training Service when registering. Please contact us if you have any difficulty in making lodging or travel arrangements and we will assist you to the best of our ability.
What do I need to bring to the workshop?: Extra pens, pencils, and paper are provided along with bound course manual. Please come prepared with questions.
What should I wear?: Whatever you can wear comfortably for a day that will not be a distraction to others.
Do you provide lunch?: Lunch and snacks throughout the day are provided as part of your registration fee. Please contact us if you have any dietary restrictions.
Is it okay to bring my cell phone or pager?: Business waits for no training. Standard cell phone courtesy rules apply.
What other training services do you provide?: Nothing. I focus only on training for DOT HazMat Employees and US EPA Hazardous Waste Personnel.