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Course On Certified Environmental Profesional In Scheduled Waste Management (CePSWaM)

Scheduled wastes are by nature very toxic and dangerous. 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. Managing scheduled wastes requires a comprehensive understanding of regulatory framework, waste properties, waste management concepts, and accepted good management practices. EiMAS is providing a training program to train your personnel who are involved in managing scheduled waste to be competent in their job function. The competent person will ensure that scheduled waste on your premise is managed properly in accordance with the legal requirements. This unique training course which focuses on hands-on approach is in fact the only one of its kind in Malaysia. A Certificate of Competency will be awarded to participants who successfully complete the course, passes the examination and submits a field training report.

Entry Requirement

Candidate must possess a:

  1. Diploma or Degree in Science or Engineering; or
  2. Diploma or Degree in other discipline with 1 year experience; or
  3. Certificates from polytechnic or SKM with level 3; or
  4. SPM with 3 years experience handling scheduled waste. Please attach a letter from the company to confirm the working experience in handling scheduled waste


Who Should Attend

Managers / supervisors who are involved in managing toxic and hazardous waste (scheduled waste) at industrial facilities.

Course Methodology

  1. Lectures
  2. Hands on training session on identification, labeling and storage
  3. Course assignment
  4. Group discussion

Objectives

At the completion of this course, the participants would be able to:

  1. Explain the legal requirements on scheduled waste management;
  2. Identify, classify and categorize scheduled waste;
  3. Implement sound and effective scheduled waste management practices;
  4. Formulate an implementation plan for full compliance with the regulatory and requirements of the Environmental Quality (Scheduled Wastes Regulations) 2005