The standards in this program meet or exceed all requirements of Transport Canada, Environment Canada, Alberta Environment and British Columbia Environmental requirements.
This course is applicable to anyone who works in warehouses, laboratories, hospitals, schools and medical facilities.
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be certified in Lab packing for a period of 3 years.
Lab packing is the proper method of packing small containers containing hazardous chemicals meant for disposal. The lab packing has to be executed by an expert trained and knowledgeable in regulation pertaining to safe transportation and disposal of hazardous chemicals at approved facilities.
Chemical waste generating organizations like warehouses, laboratories, hospitals, schools, medical facilities, industries, or operation uses chemicals like acids, bases, reagents, salts, solvents, thinners, paints, dyes, inks, cleaners, strippers and other compounds etc. These chemicals are contained in small containers (size of 20L pail or smaller). Some of these containers are expired; contaminated, partially used, leaking or just no longer needed and therefore needs to be disposed.
Careless handling the disposal including throwing in garbage, pouring in drain etc. leads to criminal penalties under the regulatory environmental laws.
This 4 hour Lab Packing Training course is designed to foster and develop a professional, willing and co-operative attitude towards safe disposal of hazardous materials.
- Compatibility groups
- Proper handling
- Packaging and labeling procedures
- Transportation procedures
- Container inspections
- Packing groups
- Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) overview and
- Proper lifting techniques