Environmental Safety

  • Classroom

The first segment of this training addresses asbestos and lead awareness required by the CalOSHA Title 8 for employees who may encounter asbestos or lead on the job. The training includes identification, health hazards, mitigation requirements, and specific issues related to public agencies. This segment meets the asbestos requirements of CalOSHA Title 8, Sections 1529(k)(9)(B), 5208(j)(7)(B), and 1529), and the lead requirements of CalOSHA Title 8, Sections 5198(l).

The hazardous waste handler segment is required for employees who handle hazardous waste. The training covers definitions, regulatory requirements, storage, labeling, manifesting, and inspection. It is required by the California and Federal EPA. This segment meets the requirements of OSHA 40 CFR 262.34(a)(4) and or 265.16.

The third segment, NPDES (storm water), is required for all employees by NPDES permit. This segment can be offered at the beginning or end of the session to facilitate scheduling. The segment includes importance, regulatory requirements, and best management practices for storage, cleaning, construction projects, repair, and city maintenance. Regulation CalOSHA Title 8, Section 1529, 5208, 5198, OSHA 40 CFR 262.34. 

If you are a person with a disability and need an accommodation to participate, please contact the California JPIA training division by email, training@cjpia.org, within two business days of the training date, noting that the Authority is closed on Fridays. 

Topics Covered

Asbestos And Lead Awareness

  • Identification
  • Health Hazards
  • Mitigation Requirements
  • Reparable Silica
  • Hazardous Waste

Basic Regulatory Requirements

  • Storage, Labeling, Manifesting And Inspection
  • NPDES (Storm Water)

Importance

  • Regulatory Requirements
  • Best Management Practices For Storage, Cleaning, Construction Projects, Repair, And City Maintenance Activities
     

Duration:

4 hours

Code/regulation:

CalOSHA

Frequency:

As Needed

Who Should Attend:

Employees Who Have Potential Exposure To Asbestos, Lead, And Chemicals, As Well As Storm Water Employees