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spill prevention control and countermeasure program, and the spill contingency
program.  The spill contingency program includes instruction on emergency
equipment, systems, and procedures.
4.5.13 Training Programs
4.5.13.1  Table 4-5C lists federal regulations and their associated
training requirements.
TABLE 4-5C
Federal Regulations Requiring Training
40
CFR
264
Permitted TSDF Standards
40
CFR
265
Interim Status TSDF Standards
40
CFR
151
SPCC Regulations
40
CFR
125
BMP Plan Regulations
29
CFR
1910
OSHA Standards
29
CFR
1915
OSHA Standards
29
CFR
1916
OSHA Standards
29
CFR
1917
OSHA Standards
29
CFR
1918
OSHA Standards
29
CFR
1926
OSHA Standards
29
CFR
1928
OSHA Standards
49
CFR
177
DOT Carrier Regulations
4.5.13.2  Five major regulator programs have specific training
requirements.  For hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facilities
(TSDFs) a training program is required under 40 CFR 264.16 and 40 CFR 265.16.
For employees of contractors involved in Superfund cleanups, RCRA TSDF
operations, spill response teams and first responders, etc., the SARA requires
that OSHA develop a set of regulations that includes employee training.  These
training regulations can be found in 29 CFR 1910.120.
4.5.13.3  OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) requires that a
training program be developed for employees exposed to hazardous chemicals. The
training requirements can be found in 29 CFR 1910.1200(h).
4.5.13.4  Additional training is required under the Clean Water Act.
The Best Management Plan (BMP) requirements under 40 CFR 125 and the Spill
Prevention Control and Countermeasure requirements under 40 CFR 151 both have
training provisions.
4.5.13.5  Three training programs are specified through SARA.  These
courses are designed to provide workers with the ability to complete their tasks
safely, while minimizing health risks to themselves and to others. The first
training program is intended to provide personnel exposed to hazardous
substances while working on RCRA and CERCLA initiated projects. This program
provides all personnel with 40 h of initial classroom training as well as 3 days
of on-the-job training, and 8 h of annual refresher training.  All of the
trainers must have a higher degree of training than that of what they are to
teach.  This first training program also requires that supervisors and managers
have 8 h of specialized training on managing operations.
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