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Chapter 11
Appendix
11.19. Mass Highway Training Expectations By Role

Table 25 : Mass Highway Training Expectations By Role

Training

Regulation and Requirement

Participants

Delivery

Hazardous Waste

Awareness Training

310 CMR 30.351 ( 9 )( g ) Employees having responsibility for handling/managing hazardous waste at SQG facilities must be properly trained so they know how to perform their duties and so that hazardous waste handling practices and emergency procedures are performed properly and in compliance with all applicable requirements. Employees are provided initial training to a competency level with refresher training as necessary.

District Structures Maintenance Engineer, CSIII/Area Foreman, HOV Facility Personnel, CSII/Facility Foremen, Facility Personnel District HazMat Coordinators

Training provided during annual Environmental Awareness Training by DHCs

Universal Waste Training

310 CMR 30.1035 Employees having the responsibility for handling or managing universal waste shall be informed of the proper handling and emergency procedures appropriate to the types of universal waste handled at the facility. Employees are provided initial training to a competency level with refresher training as necessary.

District Structures Maintenance Engineer, CSIII/Area Foreman, HOV Facility Personnel, CSII/ Facility Foremen, Facility Personnel, District HazMat Coordinators.

Training provided during annual Environmental Awareness Training by DHCs

Department of Transportation

General Awareness, Manifest, and Safety Training Programs

49 CFR 172.704 ( a ) 310 CMR 30.409 Each hazmat employee shall be provided 1 ) general awareness training designed to provide familiarity with the requirements of this subchapter, and to enable the employee to recognize and identify hazardous materials consistent with OSHA Hazard Communication Standard ( 29 CFR 1910.1200 ) . OSHA or EPA training may be used to satisfy the requirements of 49 CFR 172.704 ( a ) to avoid duplication of training efforts; 2 ) function specific training concerning the requirements of the DOT hazardous waste regulations specific to the function the employee performs; 3 ) safety training concerning emergency response information, measures for protection from the hazards associated with hazardous materials, and methods and procedures for avoiding accidents. Employees are provided initial training to a competency level with refresher training every 3 years thereafter.

District HazMat Coordinators, CSII/Facility Foreman

 

 

Training coordinated by Environmental Division and conducted through a consultant contract

Stage II Vapor Recovery System Inspection Training

310 CMR 7.24 Persons performing Stage II systems weekly inspections must be trained to inspect equipment including, but not limited to, nozzle boots and splash/vapor guards, hoses, hose retractors, coaxial adapters, dry breaks, fill caps, vapor recovery caps, spill containment boxes and drain valves. Employees are provided initial training to a competency level with refresher training as necessary.

CSIII, Foremen, Laborers

Training is provided by the DHCs.

Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure ( SPCC )

40 CFR 112.7 ( e )( 10 ) ( iii ) Employees shall be trained in the use of the SPCC, applicable pollution control laws and the operation and maintenance of equipment to prevent the discharges of oil. Employees are provided initial training to a competency level with annual refresher training.

Employees having a role in the SPCC plan for a facility

Training provided during annual Environmental Awareness Training by DHCs

 

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Table of Contents
 
Chapter 11
Appendix
11.1 Florida DOT Environmental Policy 11-1
11.2 Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Environmental Policy 11-1
11.3 Maine Dot Environmental Policy 11-2
11.4 North Carolina DOT Environmental Stewardship Policy 11-3
11.5 PennDOT’s Green Plan Policy Statement 11-3
11.6 Washington State Dot Environmental Policy 11-4
11.7 New South Wales Roads and Traffic Authority Environmental Policy 11-4
11.8 Texas Environmental Commitment Checklist 11-5
11.9 Maine DOT Environmental and Safety Auditing Policy and Procedure 11-11
11.10 Maine DOT Corrective Action Request Form 11-14
11.11 Mass Highway Compliance Tracking Methods 11-15
11.12 Mass Highway Compliance Tracking Roles and Responsibilities 11-16
11.13 Mass Highway Self-Audit Procedure 11-17
11.14 Mass Highway Facility Self-Audit Checklist 11-18
11.15 Mass Highway Environmental Roles & Responsibilities 11-20
11.16 Mass Highway Environmental Section EMS Roles and Responsibilities 11-20
11.17 Mass Highway Operations Division EMS Roles and Responsibilities 11-22
11.18 Mass Highway District EMS Roles and Responsibilities 11-23
11.19 Mass Highway Training Expectations By Role 11-24
11.20 Mass Highway Environmental Training Program Roles and Responsibilities 11-25
11.21 PennDOT District 10 SEMP Responsibility Table 11-26
11.22 PennDOT District 10 SEMP Training Table 11-28
11.23 NYSDOT Construction/Environmental Training Schedule 11-29
11.24 Environmental Checklist for MoDOT Facilities 11-30
11.25 PennDOT Stockpile Quality Assurance Responsibilities 11-33
11.26 PennDOT 15-Minute Stockpile Walkaround 11-34
11.27 PennDOT Stockpile Snapshot 11-34
11.28 PennDOT Maintenance Stockpile Activity Protocol 11-35
11.29 PennDOT Post-Storm Salt Management Tracking Responsibilities 11-41
11.30 Risk, Compliance Issues, and Management Examples for Highway-Generated Waste - Oregon DOT 11-42
11.31 NYSDOT-DEC Deer Carcass Composting – Practice Guidelines 11-43
11.32 NYSDOT’s Draft Metric for Assessing Performance of Integrated Vegetation Management on ROW 11-47
11.33 NCDOT Roadside Vegetation Management Guidelines in Marked Areas 11-50
11.34 Invasive Species Coordination and Control DOT Resources
   
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