07. Hazardous Materials - EPHOC
 Course ID: 1027403
 Format: Web-based Training - Self-study (Online)
 Clinical / Non-Clinical: Non Clinical
 Course Number: 140
 Cost (US$): 0.00
 Credit Type(s): Certificate of Attendance
 Certificate:
Course Description: This two module course discusses the history of hazardous waste and management; federal hazardous materials laws; characteristics of hazardous materials; the Hazardous Manifest System; transporting hazardous materials; and the hazardous waste management hierarchy.  Contact hours (1)
Subject Area(s):
Environmental / Industrial Health
General Public Health
Audience(s):
Environmental Health Professionals
General Public Health Staff
Public Health
Hazardous Materials Personnel
Student
Background/Role(s): None
Course Language(s):
English
Course Level: Introductory
Core Competencies for Public Health Professionals:
Registration Required Outside of TRAIN: yes
Registration Restrictions:
Sponsor: South Central Public Health Partnership
Accreditations: none
Special Notes:
Course Contacts
Description:
Name: LMS Administrator
Phone: 504-988-1342
email: trdirect@tulane.edu
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