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How We Do It

Regulatory compliance isn’t a one-person job. Are your personnel up to date on hazardous waste regulations?

To ensure you’re doing everything you can to meet and exceed the standards you uphold, the experts at Heritage are now offering a choice between in-person or virtual training.

These training sessions are designed to appeal to a variety of attendees, including brand-new employees just starting in the hazardous waste industry, to seasoned professionals who are interested in the various changes to the regulations. We will cover the foundation of the regulations, generator requirements, and focused topics including the generator improvement rules, the new pharmaceutical management rules, and aerosols as a universal waste.

Online Sessions

Online sessions will open 30 minutes before and will remain open 30 minutes after the training for open conversation and questions. Please join us in ensuring that you and your teams are knowledgeable and safe in managing your hazardous waste.

In-Person Training

In-person training will be held over the course of two days. On the first day, we cover RCRA, and on the second day, we cover DOT Hazmat. Food will be provided. We offer in-person training in various locations across the country.  If there is no in-person training option near you, you are welcome to sign up for one of our online webinars. 

Our Impact

Everyone on your team, moving in the same, safe direction.

Help your employees to spot issues before they become problems. With webinars and in-person sessions in major US cities coast-to-coast, we make it easy to attend.

Compliance Training Sessions (RCRA / DOT Hazmat)

All of our sessions now offer a day and a half of expanded training. Day one will always be our annual RCRA review (including initial, refresher, and updated information). Day two offers DOT Hazmat training.


The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) requires annual training in accordance with 40 CFR 262.17(a)(7) for large quantity generators and 40 CFR 262.16(b)(9)(iii) for small quantity generators. Hazardous waste workers are required to become familiar with proper hazardous waste management and emergency procedures. We discuss the following hazardous waste topics:

Regulatory Program Overview

  • Definition of Solid Waste
  • Waste Determinations
  • Generator Classification
  • Tank and Container Accumulation Standards
  • Satellite Accumulation Standards
  • Preparedness & Prevention
  • Contingency Planning
  • Recordkeeping
  • Land Disposal Restrictions
  • Manifests Including E-Manifests
  • Used Oil Standards
  • Universal Waste Standards
  • Pharmaceutical Waste Standards

DOT Hazmat

This training and testing will comply with 49 CFR 172.700 (Subpart H – Training), required triennially. DOT Hazmat training is to be specific to job duties. This training is geared to those who complete and sign hazardous waste manifests to ship waste by highway or rail. The topics covered include:

Hazmat Training Requirements

  • Definition of a Hazmat
  • Classification of Hazmat
  • Hazmat Table
  • Shipping Papers
  • Packaging
  • Marking & Labeling
  • Placarding
  • Emergency Response Information
  • Transportation Security

Training Sessions & Virtual Webinars

  • 1 Day RCRA

    Our RCRA Regulatory Course is designed to provide a pragmatic approach to hazardous waste, universal waste and used oil management.

    We offer in-person and webinar dates as indicated below. The in-person offerings will provide breakfast and lunch.

  • 1/2 Day DOT HAZMAT

    Our DOT Hazmat training is geared to those who complete and sign hazardous waste manifests to ship waste by highway or rail. DOT training must be completed/updated once every 3 years.

    We offer in-person and webinar dates as indicated below. The in-person offerings will provide breakfast.

Customer Registration Instructions | Employee Only Registration Instructions

– Registration for training will open 90 days prior to the training date.

– Webinars will begin at 8:30 AM (Eastern Time), but the trainer will be available 30 minutes prior to
the training and 30 minutes after the training for additional contact time.

– Discounted hotel pricing is available for in-person events. Please see event details for pricing and reservation deadlines.

  • Date

    Event Type



  • Apr. 27th – 28th, 2022


    Kansas City, KS


  • May 5th – 6th, 2022


    Tulsa, OK


  • May 18th -19th, 2022




  • June 1st - 2nd, 2022


    St. Louis, MO


  • June 15th - 16th, 2022


    Little Rock, AR


  • June 30th, 2022




  • August 17th - 18th, 2022


    Long Beach, CA


  • August 31st - September 1st, 2022




  • September 21st - 22nd, 2022


    Houston, TX


  • October 12th - 13th, 2022




  • October 20th - 21st, 2022


    Indianapolis, IN


  • November 2nd -3rd, 2022




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