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Occupational Safety & Health Academy Sdn Bhd

(360532M)

89-01 Jalan Masai Utama 1 Taman Masai Utama, 81750 Masai, Johor Tel/Fax: 07 2525144 HP: 60127115144 URL : www.osha.com.my Email ; inquiry@osha.com.my

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SCHEDULED WASTE HANDLING


SWH/2D
02 Days Management Team, Managers, Supervisors, Safety & Health Committee Members and Safety & Health Representatives; Schedule Waste Handlers; Schedule Waste Contractors The Schedule Waste Handling is part of the Waste Management Lifecycle; Schedule Waste (Hazardous Waste) requires compliance of DOE & DOSH related legislation. Employers have ABSOLUTRE LIABILITY to ensure its safe handling from its point of generation to its disposal process. At the completion of this course, the participants would be able to: Describe the legal requirements on scheduled waste management; Identify, classify and categorize scheduled waste; Describe the effective scheduled waste management practices; Scheduled Waste Management Introduction to Scheduled Waste Legislations and Policy Option for Disposal & Treatment Technology. Identification, Classification and Properties of Scheduled Waste Report Keeping & Reporting Requirement Storage, Packaging and Labelling of Scheduled Waste Storage, Handling, Transportation and Disposal of Scheduled Waste The delivery has a balance of lectures, workshops & video presentation to assist participants to interpret the OSH requirements in practical situations, together with the questions & answer sessions. Maximum 20 per session

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Occupational Safety & Health Academy Sdn Bhd

(360532M)

89-01 Jalan Masai Utama 1 Taman Masai Utama, 81750 Masai, Johor Tel/Fax: 07 2525144 HP: 60127115144 URL : www.osha.com.my Email ; inquiry@osha.com.my

PROGRAM SCHEDULE Module Duration


Time Day 01 08:30 Registration of trainees & Introduction to program Overview of Scheduled Waste Management Case study (International & Local) Introduction to Scheduled Waste Management; Concept of Cradle to Grave; Waste Hierarchy; Characteristics of Scheduled Wastes. 10:00 10:15 Tea Break Introduction to Scheduled Waste Legislations and Policy Environmental Quality Act 1974 (Overview & Specific of Schedule Waste ) EQ (Scheduled Wastes) Regulations 2005; Provision in Section 34 B, Environmental Quality Act, 1974; Application of Poison Act and Pesticide Act to the Scheduled Waste Management; EQ (Prescribed Conveyance) (Scheduled Wastes) Order 2005; EQ (Prescribed Premises) (Scheduled Waste Treatment and Disposal Facilities) Order 1989; EQ (Prescribed Premises) (Scheduled Treatment and Disposal Facilities) Regulations 1989; Lunch/Solat Option for Disposal & Treatment Technology Resource recovery, treatment and disposal methodologies; Treatment processes and disposal facilities; Waste minimization techniques and recycling options Tea Break Option for Disposal & Treatment Technology. Cont. End of Day 01

SCHEDULED WASTE HANDLING 02 Days


Event

13:00 14:00

15:30 15:45 17:30

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Occupational Safety & Health Academy Sdn Bhd

(360532M)

89-01 Jalan Masai Utama 1 Taman Masai Utama, 81750 Masai, Johor Tel/Fax: 07 2525144 HP: 60127115144 URL : www.osha.com.my Email ; inquiry@osha.com.my

Time Day 02 08:30

Event

Registration of trainees & Identification, Classification and Properties of Scheduled Waste Definition; Hazardous waste characteristics and properties; Chemistry of toxic and hazardous wastes; Identification of hazardous waste;

10:00 10:15

Tea Break Report Keeping & Reporting Requirement Waste notification; Waste inventory; Consignment Note. Lunch/Solat Storage, Packaging and Labelling of Scheduled Waste Present situation; Sorting & segregation procedures; Storage technical and operating requirement; Packaging and labelling procedure Tea Break Storage, Handling, Transportation and Disposal of Scheduled Waste Practices of good packaging, labelling and storage; Understanding methods of safe handling, transportation and disposal of scheduled wastes; Current practices in scheduled waste management; Emergency response and preparedness. Q&A End of Day 02

13:00 14:00

15:30 15:45

17:30

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