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Hazardous Waste Technician


Posted by: United Global Technologies <bbernstein@ugtechnologies.com> on November 11, 2018 at 00:04:01. Click here to reply to this post via Email.Click here for help with email link

Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract
City: Menlo Park
State: California
Country: United States
Zip or Postal Code: 28211
Reply to Recruiter via Text Msg: 7046445521

Hazardous Waste Technician: Tasks include:
• Responsible for day-to-day waste management activities.
• Label, package, pick-up, and transport hazardous wastes from the waste accumulation areas to the Hazardous Waste Storage Area. Ensure all necessary documents (hazardous waste pick-up form, labels, etc.) are accurate and complete following appropriate policies and procedures.
• Prepare hazardous waste containers for off-site shipment to treatment, storage, disposal facilities.
• Perform Hazardous Waste Area inspections and vehicle inspections.
• Respond to minor spills/emergencies on site.
• Provide assistance to WM Section Lead, waste generators and other disciplines at SLAC to meet group objectives.
• Maintain the level of training required by DOE and SLAC.
• Consults with supervisor on high level, sensitive issues as needed.


• Performing activities in accordance with Health and Safety policies and procedures at all times.

Experience Level: possesses a high school diploma with basic computer skills, hazardous materials/waste handling experience, knowledge of chemical segregation and compatibility, current 40 hour OSHA and DOT training, and a valid California state driver’s license. Knowledge of basic hazardous waste regulations (RCRA and California Title 22 requirements/regulations), Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) waste codes, manifesting and Land Disposal Restrictions (LDR). Staff must be able to work in environment in which hazardous materials/wastes are present and must be able to follow through complex assignments with resourcefulness and accuracy.

4.28 Hazardous Waste Supervisor: Tasks include:
• Supervise and provide regulatory guidance to Hazardous Waste Technicians.
• Perform inspections of waste staging, accumulating and storage areas to ensure proper housekeeping procedures and compliance.
• Conduct facility waste compliance audits.
• Prepare profiles, manifest, and Land Disposal Restrictions (LDR) paperwork.
• Provide assistance to WM Section Leader, waste generators and other disciplines at SLAC to meet group objectives.
• Maintain the level of training required by DOE and SLAC. Performing activities in accordance with Health and Safety policies and procedures at all times.

Experience Level: possesses a Bachelor’s degree or five years hazardous waste experience, CHMM or CHMP preferred and current 40 hour OSHA and DOT training. Knowledge of RCRA and California Title 22 requirements/regulations, Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) waste codes, manifesting and LDR. Staff must be able to work in environment in which hazardous materials/wastes are present and must be able to follow through complex assignments with resourcefulness and accuracy.

4.29 Hazardous Materials Coordinator: Tasks include responding daily to customer requests; responsible for fielding queries and trouble-shooting complaints from line stakeholders regarding the ordering process. Coordinate with CMS contractor and chemical asset custodians to ensure data quality and data migration into Hazardous Material Business Plan. Manage CMS contractor to ensure the data platform used to manage the inventory information functions reliably. Respond to information requests that can be supported by the inventory data platform:
• Storage Area Maps
• Field Verification of inventory and map accuracy
• SDS management

Experience Level: requires a minimum of 3 years of experience and a four-year undergraduate degree in Chemistry, Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering, Industrial Hygiene, or related field. Must know California Code of Regulations Title 22, Occupational Health and Safety Administration Hazard Communication standard, National Fire Protection Association hazardous material storage codes, Department of Transportation hazardous materials transport regulations, and other related regulations.
Experience working with the local Certified Unified Program Agency's (CUPA's) Unidocs information platform and its Hazardous Materials Information System (HMIS) and storage







      

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