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Introduction 

Scheduled wastes are by nature very toxic and dangerous. Improper management of such waste will lead to serious pollution of the environment and the ecosystems as well as immediate/ long term impact to the human health. Managing scheduled wastes require comprehensive understanding of regulatory framework, waste properties, waste management concepts and the accepted good management practices. UMCCed is providing a training programme to train personnel who are involved in managing scheduled wastes to be competent in their job functions. The competent persons will ensure that scheduled wastes in the premises are managed and handled properly in accordance with the legal requirements


Objectives

  • 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

Minimum Requirements

  • Diploma or Degree in Science or Engineering; OR
  • Diploma or Degree in other disciplines, other than Science and Engineering with 1 year experience; OR
  • Certificates from polytechnic or SKM with level 3; OR
  • SPM with 3 years working experience in scheduled waste handling. (Copies of SPM certificate together with letter of confirmation of experience in scheduled waste handling must be submitted by the Company).

Who Should Attend

Managers, Supervisors and Executives who are involved in the management of toxic and hazardous wastes (Scheduled Wastes) at premises and facilities.


Course Fee

RM3,750.00 per person (excluding 6% GST)


Dateline Registration Course

21 days before the course


Date & Location Courses

  1. 24 – 28 July 2017                      - Shah Alam
  2. 7 – 11 August 2017                    - Port Dickson
  3. 21 – 25 August 2017                  - Kuantan
  4. 4 – 8 September 2017               - Shah Alam
  5. 24 – 28 September 2017           - Johor Bahru
  6. 9 – 13 October 2017                  - Bangi
  7. 23 – 27 October 2017                - Seberang Jaya
  8. 6 – 10 November 2017              - Ipoh
  9. 20 – 24 November 2017            - Shah Alam
  10. 10 – 14 December 2017            - Johor Bahru

 


How to Apply