Scheduled Waste Management

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Introduction:

Many businesses use toxic and hazardous materials in their day to day activities. Many of these activities produce wastes that can injure or even threaten living things. These wastes are called hazardous or scheduled wastes. Scheduled waste must be handled in special ways to prevent threats to human health and the environment.

When disposed of in the municipal landfill or otherwise improperly managed, these materials have the potential of contaminating the ground water – our drinking water. Improper management of such wastes will lead to serious pollution of the environment and the ecosystem as well as immediate /long term impacts to human health.

Thus, the management of scheduled waste is a growing concern in Malaysia due to increase in the number of non-compliances and illegal dumping cases. . Managing scheduled wastes requires a comprehensive understanding of regulatory framework, waste properties, waste management concepts, and accepted good management practices.

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to:

  • Develop an understanding of the requirements of Environmental Quality (Scheduled Wastes) Regulations 2005
  • Explain the legal requirements on scheduled waste management
  • Identify, classify and categorize scheduled wastes
  • Implement sound and effective scheduled waste management practices
  • Formulate an implementation plan for full compliances with the regulatory requirements of the Environmental Quality (Scheduled Wastes) Regulations, 2005

Who Should Attend

  • Senior management
  • Those responsible for transition their organization’s QMS to meet the new requirements
  • ISO 14001 auditors
  • Operations personnel

Methodology

An interactive and practical approach incorporating group discussions / exercises, presentations and site inspection.

Module

  • OVERVIEW OF SCHEDULED WASTE MANAGEMENT
  • IDENTIFICATION, CLASSIFICATION AND PROPERTIES OF SCHEDULED WASTES
  • INTRODUCTION TO SCHEDULED WASTE LEGISLATIONS
  • RECORD KEEPING & REPORTING REQUIREMENT
  • STORAGE, PACKAGING AND LABELLING OF SCHEDULED WASTES
  • STORAGE, HANDLING, TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL OF SCHEDULED WASTE

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 Scheduled-Waste-Management-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

Many businesses use toxic and hazardous materials in their day to day activities. Many of these activities produce wastes that can injure or even threaten living things. These wastes are called hazardous or scheduled wastes. Scheduled waste must be handled in special ways to prevent threats to human health and the environment.

When disposed of in the municipal landfill or otherwise improperly managed, these materials have the potential of contaminating the ground water – our drinking water. Improper management of such wastes will lead to serious pollution of the environment and the ecosystem as well as immediate /long term impacts to human health.

Thus, the management of scheduled waste is a growing concern in Malaysia due to increase in the number of non-compliances and illegal dumping cases. . Managing scheduled wastes requires a comprehensive understanding of regulatory framework, waste properties, waste management concepts, and accepted good management practices.

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to:

  • Develop an understanding of the requirements of Environmental Quality (Scheduled Wastes) Regulations 2005
  • Explain the legal requirements on scheduled waste management
  • Identify, classify and categorize scheduled wastes
  • Implement sound and effective scheduled waste management practices
  • Formulate an implementation plan for full compliances with the regulatory requirements of the Environmental Quality (Scheduled Wastes) Regulations, 2005

Who Should Attend

  • Senior management
  • Those responsible for transition their organization’s QMS to meet the new requirements
  • ISO 14001 auditors
  • Operations personnel

Methodology

An interactive and practical approach incorporating group discussions / exercises, presentations and site inspection.

Module

  • OVERVIEW OF SCHEDULED WASTE MANAGEMENT
  • IDENTIFICATION, CLASSIFICATION AND PROPERTIES OF SCHEDULED WASTES
  • INTRODUCTION TO SCHEDULED WASTE LEGISLATIONS
  • RECORD KEEPING & REPORTING REQUIREMENT
  • STORAGE, PACKAGING AND LABELLING OF SCHEDULED WASTES
  • STORAGE, HANDLING, TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL OF SCHEDULED WASTE

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Chew Shih Shuian
Biodata: Chew brings with him 14 years of Operational Excellence (OE), Total Quality Management (TQM) and ISO Management System experience with consultancy& advisory projects for ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems, ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems and OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety Assessment System. His clients are from manufacturing, healthcare, construction, property development, trading & service, laboratory and equipment maintenance. He has successfully led the Company Wide Quality Control committee (CWQC) and Quality Control Circle (QCC) team members to reduce customer complaints significantly, achieving 70% reduction within a period of 12 months. He is the champion for Zero Defect Program, utilizing 5 Why Root Cause Analysis and Poka-Yoke Problem Solving Technique to reduce the chronic product rejection

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