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Universal Waste - Bulbs, Batteries, Bugs and Barometers

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Course Format
Video on Demand  
Video On Demand
Product ID
evisuwbb_vod
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
0.0
Training Time ?
13 to 30 minutes
Language(s)
English
Video Format
Standard Definition Wide
Devices Supported
Browsers Supported
Android, Chrome, Internet Explorer 9, Internet Explorer 10, FireFox, Safari Mac OS, Safari iOS, Blackberry
Required Plugins
None
Number of Lessons
6
Quiz Questions
18
Question Feedback
Wrong Answer Remediation
Lesson Bookmarking
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Interactive Producer
Mastery Technologies, Inc.
Original Content Producer
Excal Visual LLP
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Overview

Most businesses and commercial operations create waste such as cardboard, plastic, scrap, and old oil. Some are considered hazardous to people and the environment. Effects on the environment can be managed if employees follow some basic procedures when disposing of these universal wastes.

This course discusses the four types of universal waste as defined by the EPA: burnt out light bulbs (including fluorescent light bulbs or CFLs), dead batteries, pesticides, and used mercury containing devices (thermostats, barometers, etc.). Employees learn the methods and practices for handling universal waste, while developing an understanding of the effects universal waste can have on the environment and on our health. Use this online course to instruct your employees on the importance of safe waste handling, disposal, and recycling.

This course is in the Video On Demand format, to read about Video On Demand features click here.

  • Install on any SCORM LMS
  • Full-screen video presentation
  • Print certificate of completion
  • You have 60 days to complete the course
Audience

All workers

Topics
The course presents the following topical areas:
  • Introduction
  • What Are Universal Wastes?
  • How Must Universal Wastes Be Handled?
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • How Are Universal Wastes Recycled?
  • Conclusion

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