Online Course » Universal Wastes Large and Small Quantity Handlers

Course Description:
This presentation covers the employee training requirements for large and small quantity handlers of universal wastes. It does not address all the requirements for universal waste transporters or destination facilities.
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0.50
Certificates:
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