Research and Markets: California Training Requirements Compliance Guide Helps To Ensure Compliance with California CCRs and Code of Federal Regulations

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/b1cc67/california_trainin)

has announced the addition of the “California

Training Requirements Compliance Guide” subscription to their

offering.

The California

Training Requirements Compliance Guide assists in establishing

training programs that meet federal and state-specific requirements.

With step-by-step summaries and explanations presented in a

user-friendly format, this guide helps to ensure compliance with

California CCRs and Code of Federal Regulations at 40 CFR environmental,

29 CFR 1910 health and safety, and 49 CFR transportation training

requirements. The California

Training Requirements Compliance Guide is a valuable reference for

anyone who is designing, managing, directing, or implementing a training

program including Safety Officers/Directors, Human Resources, Risk

Manager/Quality and Loss Control Managers, Industrial Hygienist and Fire

Chief/Marshall.

Benefits

  • Summarizes CCR, OSHA, EPA, and DOT in a consistent format

  • Enables the user to:

    • Develop a successful program to identify all training requirements

      that are applicable

    • Reduce long-term training costs

    • Ensure that all training decisions are based on regulatory

      requirements, as well as company policies and principles

    • Standardize presentation of material

    • Make training more effective by incorporating an

      evaluation/feedback process

    • Provide documentation for a fully accountable program

    • Prevent redundancies in training

    • Reduce the risk of accidents

    • Improve emergency response

A separate Training Guide for Healthcare Facilities including JACHO,

EPA, OSHA and DOT requirements is also available.

Topic Areas

  • California regulatory codes: 3 CCR (Pesticides), 8 CCR(Cal/OSHA), 14

    CCR (Oil Spills), 17 CCR (California Department of Health), 22 CCR

    (Hazardous Waste), and 23 CCR (Water) Federal regulatory codes: 40 CFR

    (Environmental), 29 CFR (Occupational Health and Safety), and 49 CFR

    (Transportation)

  • ISO 14000 – Environmental Management Systems

  • ISO 9000 – Quality Management Systems

  • Recordkeeping requirements

  • Regulatory citation correlation list

  • What triggers a given requirement

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/b1cc67/california_trainin