According to the Waste Management and Minimization Compliance to Environmental Quality (Scheduled Waste) Regulations, 2005, “Every waste generator shall ensure that all his employees involved in the identification, handling, labelling, transportation, storage, and spillage or discharge response for scheduled wastes attend training programmes.”
This Waste Mangement requirement for training applies to all employees of waste contractors involved in the handling, transportation and storage of scheduled waste. This workshop is also named as Scheduled Waste Management.
-understand, implement and ensure compliance to the EQA (Scheduled Waste) Regulations 2005
-scheduled wastes will be better managed in a systematic, effective and legal manner.
-identify the legislations governing the use of Chemicals
-describe safe storage methods
-ensure the chemical arrive to the organisation using the proper and correct labels as required by the CPL regulation
-establish a chemical management programme for spillage control and clean-up
-use the appropriate personal protective equipment for the job carried out
-implement a proper procedure in handling chemicals
Who Must Attend
This course is beneficial for:
-All individuals in organizations handling scheduled wastes
-It is equally beneficial for ISO 14001 Working Committee
-Legal Compliance Committee members
-Safety and Health Officers, Executive/ Supervisors, Occupational Safety and Health Committee members and employees working with/ handling Chemicals and Schedule Waste Store
INTRODUCTION TO OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH ACT WITH REGARDS TO CHEMICAL HANDLING
-Part IV Section 15 of OSHA 514 1994
-Part VI Section 24 of OSHA 514 1994
-CPL Regulation 1997
-Prohibition of Use of Substance (Order) 2000
-USECCH Regulation 2000 & Chemical Registration
WHAT IS CHEMICAL?
-Chemicals in Part A Shedule 1
-Hazardous Level/ Explosive/ Oxidizing/ Extremely Flammable/ Highly Flammable/ Flammable
CHEMICALS IN PART B SCHEDULE 1
-Very Toxic/ Toxic/ Corrosive/ Harmful/ Irritant
CHEMICAL HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT (CHRA)
-Objective of Assessment
-Dose and its relationship to effect
-Routes of Entry
-Types of Toxic Effecy
-What is PEL and TLV?
CHEMICAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (CSDS)
-Objective of CSDS
-15 mandatory information
CHEMICAL HAZARD MANAGEMENT
-Cradle to the Grave Concept
-Receiving and Storage
-Lables and Warning Signs
-LEV and PPE
CHEMICAL SPILLAGE CONTROL
-Emergency Response Plan
-Tools and PPE for Spillage Control
-Barricade, Evacuation and Containment
CHEMICAL SAFETY AUDITS
-Chemical Safety Checklist
-Chemical Safety Audit
SCHEDULED WASTE MANAGEMENT
-Legal Behind Waste Management
-Environment Quality Act 1974 (Schedule Waste Regulation 2005)
-Notification of the generation of scheduled wastes
-Disposal of scheduled wastes
-Treatment of scheduled wastes
-Recovery of material or product from scheduled wastes
-Application for special management of scheduled wastes
-Responsibility of waste generator
-Storage of scheduled wastes
-Labeling of scheduled wastes
-Waste generator shall keep an inventory of scheduled wastes
-Information to be provided by waste generator, contractor and occupier of prescribed premises
-Scheduled wastes transported outside waste generator’s premises to be accompanied by information~ Spill or accidental discharge
Interactive lectures, discussions, case studies and presentation.
Megat holds a Master’s Degree in Manufacturing System Engineering and Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering. He started work at DENSO (M) Sdn Bhd (Japanese based company) in 2001 as a QA/QC Engineer cum Safety, Health & Environment Officer and was responsible in establishing many Quality, Safety, Health and Environment Programs such as Calibration Methodology, Mechanical Testing & Reliability, Problem Solving, 7 QC Tools, Statistical Process Control, Emergency Response Plan, Fire Fighting, Chemical Safety, LOTO, Hearing Conservation, Permit to work, Contractor Safety Passport, Kiken Yochi Program, Schedule Waste, Industrial Effluents and many others. Apart from establishing the programs, he also led the company to achieve ISO TS16949:2002 (2003) and Selangor Environmental Awards (2007).
In 2007, he was called on to Nestle (M) Sdn Bhd, a Switzerland based company as their Safety, Health & Environmental Manager in charge of NESTLE’s Safety, Health & Environmental programs and activities. During his tenure in Nestle, he led the organization to accomplishe the Integrated Management System Certification comprises of ISO 22000:2005,ISO14001:2004 & OHSAS 18001:2007.
In 2009, he joined F&N Dairies (M) Sdn Bhd, a Singapore based company as a Safety, Health & Environmental Manager in charge of the factory’s programs, activities and legal related issues.
In 2011, he is full time into training as well as provide advisory services on Safety, Health, Environment & Risk Management for a few oil and gas company such as SVP Petroleum and SEM Inspection. His main duty is to provide professional advice and training to the Plant MD, Plant Manager and the key employees on Safety, Health and Environmental related issues.
He has also been engaged by NIOSH to conduct training for a few programs such as NIOSH Safety & Health Officer Program, NIOSH Talk, Contractor Safety Passport System, Syabas NIOSH Safety Passport and NIOSH Nestle Passport System.
“I was very interested in this course before attending. Learned a lot about scheduled waste during the training. The trainer was very good.”– Hazlin bin Zakaria, Admin Manager, KPJ Selangor Specialist Hospital.
“This is a great training and I encourage anyone who needs to have knowledge on Scheduled Waste to attend this course because I learned so much more about scheduled waste management's practical aspects.” – Tan Ying Yin - Alps Electric
“Through this training, I learned how to prevent spillage, chain line of waste management and proper in preparation. The trainer is excellent in experience of waste management system so I would recommend this workshop.” – Danny Ak Nyatong – Ensco Gerudi
“The course is very useful to my job and I can apply all the aspects that I learned to my daily job immediately.” – Nadimuthu Rengasamy – Ensco Gerudi
“After the course, I am more aware about waste management. The trainer is very friendly and it is a very good course” – Mohd Faisal Ismail – Veterinary Lab Kota Bahru
“I was less knowledgeable on waste management before attending this course. I learned a lot more about it during the training. After it was done, I felt like I had gained good experience. The trainer was very good. I particularly liked the examples he used.”– Nik Mohammad Hakimi, Engineer, Malaysia Transformer Manufacturing Sdn Bhd.
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