Essential hazardous waste management training

Hazardous waste management involves compliance with additional waste duty of care regulations. If you produce or handle hazardous waste you must ensure it causes no damage or harm. This includes any organisation that is involved in producing, storing, collecting, transporting, recycling or disposal of hazardous waste.

CIWM has three hazardous waste courses that can be attended as scheduled courses or delivered to groups as in-company training.

Choose and book your course below

Course TitleStart DateEnd DateLocation
Hazardous Waste Regulations06/06/201706/06/2017NorthamptonHWRJUN17
Hazardous Waste - Classification and Coding07/06/201707/06/2017NorthamptonHWCCJUN17
Management of Hazardous Waste08/06/201708/06/2017NorthamptonMHWJUN16
Hazardous Waste Regulations06/09/201706/09/2017NorthamptonHWRSEP17
Hazardous Waste - Classification and Coding07/09/201707/09/2017NorthamptonHWCCSEP17
Special Waste Classification and Coding01/11/201701/11/2017EdinburghSWCCNOV17
Hazardous Waste Regulations05/12/201705/12/2017NorthamptonHWRDEC17
Hazardous Waste - Classification and Coding06/12/201706/12/2017NorthamptonHWCCDEC17
Management of Hazardous Waste07/12/201707/12/2017NorthamptonMHWDEC17

Hazardous waste regulations

For everyone producing or handling hazardous waste, covering hazardous waste regulations and how these affect operational activities for producers, carriers and waste sites.

Hazardous waste classification and coding

Enables attendees to correctly classify and code hazardous waste in line with the most up-to-date regulations and guidance, including WM3. It is the suggested next course for those who have attended the Hazardous waste regulations course.

Management of hazardous waste

Provides waste producing companies, waste contractors, environmental regulators, insurance risk assessors and waste brokers with an understanding of hazards associated with managing and handling hazardous waste. Enabling safe, effective and legally compliant practice.

List of hazardous waste

The following are examples of hazardous wastes. If you are responsible for Hazardous waste disposal and management of any of these wastes then you will need to comply with the relevant hazardous wastes regulations.

  • Chemical waste disposal
  • Paint disposal
  • Fluorescent tube disposal
  • Toxic waste disposal
  • Asbestos disposal
  • Battery disposal
  • Electronic waste disposal
  • Industrial waste disposal
  • Hazardous waste containers
  • Electrical goods disposal

Hazardous waste management requirements

CIWM courses will help you set up procedures and manage hazardous waste so that you comply with waste regulations. This may involve:

  • Obtaining a hazardous waste premises code
  • Classifying hazardous waste accurately
  • Separating and storing waste correctly
  • Managing waste carriers and waste sites
  • Completing the required waste consignment notes

Who we've trained

We are actively training a wide range of professional companies and organisations. Here's just a few we've trained in the past:






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