Introduction to Waste Management
What you'll learn
- Explain what is meant by Waste
- Identify the various types of Waste
- Explain the Waste Management Process
- Discuss the principles for effective Waste Management
- Identify the various elements of Waste Management Program
- List the Waste Management Practices at Workplace
- Discuss the role of a Waste Management Manager
- Explain role of Workplace Inspection in Waste Management
- Describe what to look for in Inspections
- Identify the types of Waste Management Inspections
- Discuss standardisation of Waste Management Inspections
- Describe the solutions used for Waste Management
- Explain what is Special Wastes Management
- Discuss MSDS in Hazardous Waste Management
- Discuss PPE for Hazardous Waste Management
- No prior knowledge is required.
‘Waste’ is defined as any substance that has no further use left and requires nearby or off-site treatment and transfer to be disposed of. However, you should keep in mind that what is defined as waste greatly depends upon the local governing regulations also which define waste through Government’s eyes.
Waste is generated generally through human activities such as normal household or office activities, and may include:
Recyclable general waste such as paper, wood, holders, organic waste or Non-recyclable general waste such as food scraps, building construction materials etc.
There are several online tools available on the Internet that enable organizations to measure their waste, customize an action plan to reduce waste and provide guidance on reducing, re-using and recycling waste.
Activities incorporate the operation and upkeep of general physical assets keeping in mind the end goal to maintain the great condition and appearance of the work place, to enhance physical assets, and to give a protected and solid condition for the facility's essential activities through proper waste management upkeep.
Undertakings at this level have a generally short-term scope, and include particular procedures, straightforward and immediate, for example, cleaning, supplanting, repairing, and grounds-keeping and so on. Secure plans for such routine operations and administrations are the foundation of good waste management practice.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to learn more about waste management.
- Professionals who want updated knowledge on the subjects involved.
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