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Start Date : 8 Dec,2024
End Date   : 12 Dec,2024
Duration    : 5 Days
Price            : $ 2,190 (SAR 8,212.50)


This training course will give some details on these various types of contaminants and the new frontiers in eliminating or minimizing these contaminants, the use of effective non-hazardous products in your company and also environmentally acceptable methods of disposal for both hazardous and non-hazardous wastes. 



Course Objectives: 

At the end of this course, participant will be able to: 

  • Understand the processes taking place in their industry and the consequences on generation of hazardous wastes.  

  • Understand the international protocols driving the more effective management of hazardous materials 

  • Review their waste disposal practice in the context of growing environmental awareness 

  • Introduce new developments in waste management practice 

  • Gaining knowledge about pollution prevention methods and technologies on the field of industrial-hazardous waste management. 

  • Understanding on this field the concepts of “Circular Economy” and “Cradle-to Grave”. 

  • Students will become able to apply in real life the knowledge gained during the course. 

  • Be able to evaluate policy options on the field of hazardous waste management. 

  • Becoming prepared for discussion about advantages and disadvantages of different hazardous waste management options, methods and technologies. 

  • From case studies and field trip gaining knowledge about clean up and remediation of contaminated sites 

  • Obtain performance improvement through the implementation of an environmental management system 



Course Content: 

1- Introduction to Hazardous Waste 

  • Global environmental issues 

  • International legislation 

  • Concept of ‘Duty of Care’ 

  • Definition of Hazardous Waste and its impacts 

  • The Hazardous Waste Management Industry 


2- Management of Industrial Hazardous Waste 

  • Introduction to ISO 14001, a specification for an Environmental Management System 

  • Responsibilities in managing hazardous waste 

  • Hazardous Waste Regulations 

  • Transportation and Disposal 

  • Hazardous Waste facilities 


3- Pollution Prevention 

  • Exploration and Production, Refining & Distribution – origins of pollution 

  • Construction and operational issues 

  • Pollution Prevention materials and services 


4- Pollution Management  

  • Major accident hazards 

  • Development of emergency plans 


5- Hazardous Waste Management & Pollution Prevention 

  • Case studies to develop the application of a systems approach to managing hazardous waste and promoting pollution prevention. 



Targeted Audience: 

  • Health & Safety and Environmental Professionals 

  • Staff responsible for managing Hazardous Wastes & Contamination Issues 

  • Laboratory Technicians 

  • Emergency Personnel 

Hazardous Waste Management and Pollution Prevention

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