If you can't find what you want, Ask Us.

Refine Your Results


Filter by Category




Showing 1-20 of 103 results Sort by:


  • 1 Request Info


    TrainingToday is a leading provider of online education programs for employees & supervisors. Each course in our extensive library addresses a specific topic with engaging and interactive presentations, delivering practical advice and clear instructions.
  • 2 Request Info

    Environmental Monitoring Investigations

    Attendees will get an overview of environmental monitoring investigations and tools to complete an investigation. Environmental monitoring is the method by which clean rooms are known to maintain a certain level of cleanliness. The methods by which clean rooms are monitored are through viable and non-viable testing. Through this testing, a room may demonstrate that it is out of control. This seminar will provide aspects to investigate in order to determine a root cause and appropriate actions to complete the report.
  • 3 Request Info

    Root Cause Analysis and CAPA using 8-D Problem Solving Method: 2-Day Workshop

    Errors are costly. To fix errors systematically, there are Reporting and Problem-Solving Technique (8-D Reporting and A-3 Reporting in connection with the PDCA-Cycle), which not only address the symptoms, but also identify the causes for quick response and fact based decision making to remedy the cause. Sustainable error prevention and complaint processing based on the 8-D Problem Solving Technique and A-3 Reporting method are used in many industries as a popular structured method to continuously improve products, but also any kind of organizational processes, as it puts focus on sustainable error prevention and complaint handling excellence. Who will Benefit: Quality Managers Quality Professionals/Consultants ISO Coordinators/Quality Management Representatives Corrective Action Coordinators/Representatives Note: Use coupon code < REFERRAL10 > and get 10% off on registration.
  • 4 Request Info

    Preparing Effective Environmental Compliance and Safety Management Plans and Manuals

    This webinar will instruct you on how to develop plans and manuals that will meet the needs of your employees, insurance companies, facilities that you do work for, and regulators. Who Will Benefit: Business Owners Construction Executives Environmental Supervisors Safety Managers & Directors Legal Counsel Project Managers Project Sponsors Project Control Personnel Safety Professionals Instructor Profile: Keith Warwick, PE earned a B.S. in civil engineering from the University of California at Davis. He became a California Professional Engineer in 1983 and has also held PEs in Indiana, Tennessee, Illinois and New York. He has 34 years of civil, environmental and safety engineering experience. He is a professor at Yuba College in Marysville California and has experience teaching engineering, safety and related subjects. Note: Use coupon code NB5SQH8N and get 10% off on registration.
  • 5 Request Info

    Used Oil Management

    Failure to properly dispose of used oil is a serious, but little recognized, environmental problem. This half-hour course reviews the various regulatory requirements associated with used oil management primarily from a generator’s perspective. The goal of this training is to provide you with an overview of the used oil management programs and explain the different regulatory scenarios that apply to used oil. The training also provides basic information for used oil handlers whose activities are regulated by the Used Oil Management Standards. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. The learning objectives of the course are to describe what constitutes used oil and when used oil is considered hazardous waste; indicate the regulatory path that must be followed based on specific used oil mixtures; identify used oil generators and discuss the regulatory requirements they need to follow; state the used oil record-keeping, tr
  • 6 Request Info

    Universal Waste Rule Training

    This course provides an overview of the federal Universal Waste Rule. This rule provides generators with a more flexible approach for managing certain widely-generated, low-risk hazardous waste streams. The flexibility is intended to encourage resource conservation, as well as the diversion of universal wastes from landfills. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives are to identify the characteristics of batteries that make them a universal waste, identify basic handling requirements of lamps that qualify as universal waste, identify the hazardous waste items classified as universal waste under the Universal Waste Rule, identify the labeling and handling requirements of universal waste pesticides under the Universal Waste Rule, cite the requirements for the participants under the Universal Waste Rule, and cite the requirements for universal waste handlers under the Universal Waste Rule. Universal Wast
  • 7 Request Info

    Storm Water Pollution Prevention

    This course describes the nature and occurrence of storm water pollution, its environmental effects, and ways to address this important water quality problem. Rainwater that enters a surface water body, by flowing either overland or through a storm sewer system, is called storm water or storm water runoff. Storm water runoff is one of the leading causes of pollution in rivers and lakes. Identifying sources of storm water pollution and keeping them from coming in contact with runoff is the best and most economical way to protect the quality of the nation’s waters. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives are to describe common storm water pollutants, identify categories covered under National Pollutant Discharge Elimination, and discuss methods of preventing storm water pollution. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focus
  • 8 Request Info

    Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plan

    When petroleum products are accidentally spilled, they may damage the environment and pollute waterways. A spill of only one gallon of oil can contaminate a million gallons of water. This course will provide you with information on the prevention and countermeasures you should take should a spill occur. This training will also provide information on the components of a Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives are to identify the information found in an SPCC Plan, identify responsibilities of the SPCC coordinator, select characteristics of secondary containment or diversionary structures, identify characteristics of oil storage containers, and identify security requirements used to help prevent spills. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, e
  • 9 Request Info

    Spill Prevention and Control

    This course provides information about hazardous materials, spill control, and confinement methods. The intent of the course is to provide the learner with information about the safe handling, movement, and storage of hazardous materials. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives are to define hazardous materials, recognize where spills are likely to occur, specify work practices that can prevent spills from occurring, define the goals of spill control, identify actions to take when responding to a spill of hazardous materials or waste, identify response procedures for personnel who discover a spill, and define the terms containment and confinement. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information technology.
  • 10 Request Info

    Hazardous Waste Generator (RCRA)

    This course provides basic information on hazardous waste determination and characterization. In addition, this course describes the three types of generator status (Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator, Small Quantity Generator, and Large Quantity Generator) along with applicable requirements. Generators must manage their hazardous waste per the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) regulations. Thus, accumulation, labeling, and other management requirements are described for both satellite accumulation areas and 90-day accumulation areas. Lastly, the importance of, and methods for, waste minimization and spill prevention and response are defined. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives for this course are to identify and characterize all wastes, properly label and manage waste containers, use a manifest when RCRA waste is transported, properly dispose of hazardous waste, prepare wa
  • 11 Request Info

    Environmental Regulations Overview

    This course provides an overview of major environmental laws and regulations and the specific standards that outline requirements to comply with them. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives are to: define the purpose of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA); specify the purpose of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA); specify the purpose of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), also known as Superfund; specify the purpose of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA); and identify the intent of various laws. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information technology.
  • 12 Request Info

    Environmental Management Systems (EMS)

    Historically, companies have managed their own environmental challenges in response to external pressure from government agencies, environmental interest groups, and citizens focusing mainly on regulatory compliance. Today, companies recognize the importance of sound environmental management practices that result in economic gain. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies. International standards covering environmental management are intended to provide organizations with the elements of an effective environmental management system (EMS) that can be integrated with other management requirements and help organizations achieve environmental and economic needs. The standards require that “each organization shall establish, document, implement, maintain, and continually improve an environmental management system in accordance with the requirements of the international standard and determine how it will fulfill these requ
  • 13 Request Info

    Quality Assurance for Microbiological Laboratories at San Francisco, CA

    Overview: QMS is the catch phrase for accreditation and is the backbone of ISO/IEC Standard 17025:2005. The Quality System Manual (QSM) is the bible in a QMS environment because, much like its predecessor, Good Laboratory Practice (GLP), it contains the policies that the laboratory is expected to follow to achieve quality results. It is in fact only the "what to do" component of a QMS. What is also needed are the "how to do it" or procedures and methods and finally the controls or evidence that it was done properly.
  • 14 Request Info

    Webinar on Fundamentals of ISO 14971 for Risk Prevention

    The ISO 14071 standard establishes the requirements for risk management to determine the safety of a medical device by the manufacturer during the product life cycle. Such activity is required by higher level regulation and other quality management system standards such as ISO 13485. Specifically, ISO 14971 is a nine-part standard which first establishes a framework for risk analysis, evaluation, control, and management, and also specifies a procedure for review and monitoring during production and post-production. In 2012, a European harmonized version of this standard was adopted by the European Committee for Standardization (CEN) as EN ISO 14971:2012. This version is harmonized with respect to the three European Directives associated with medical devices , and In-vitro Diagnostic Medical Device Directive , and Active Implantable Medical Device Directive.
  • 15 Request Info

    Conference about Basic Cleaning with Environmental Cleaning

    Companies must provide effective Food Safety training for all employees including managers, supervisors, sanitation employees and production employees in order to produce a safe quality food product. The Understanding of basic cleaning principles and the chemistry of cleaning enhances a food plants overall sanitation program. Proper Environmental Cleaning is just as important as the cleaning of the "inside" of food processing equipment. The exterior of equipment, floors, walls, ceilings, doorways and drains can be a major source of microbial contamination if not properly controlled.
  • 16 Request Info

    Seminar on Requirements for Establishing an Effective Cleaning Validation Program

    Overview: This 2 day course will cover practical guidance on cleaning validation regulatory compliance, in conjunction with, risk-based, reasonable and informed decision making and activity planning. This two day interactive course will cover fundamental principles of a cleaning validation program, exploring such concepts as the determination of residues to be targeted, selection of analytical and sampling methods, determination of appropriate limits in various pharmaceutical and biotechnology processes, and establishment of scientific rationales acceptable to regulatory inspectors.
  • 17 Request Info

    FDA Process Validation for Applied Statistics 2017

    In Guidance for Industry Process Validation: General Principle and Practices, process validation is defined as, "...the collection and evaluation of data, from the process design stage through commercial production..." The guidance further delineates the 'process design stage through commercial production' into three distinct stages of the product lifecycle: Stage 1: Process Design: The commercial manufacturing process is defined during this stage based on knowledge gained through development and scale-up activities. Stage 2: Process Qualification: During this stage, the process design is evaluated to determine if the process is capable of reproducible commercial manufacturing. Stage 3: Continued Process Verification: Ongoing assurance is gained during routine production that the process remains in a state of control. The first stage of process validation is process design. The Process Validation guidance document states: "A successful validation program depends on information and
  • 18 Request Info

    Complete 1099, TIN Matching, B-Notice, FATCA and Non-resident Alien 1042-S Compliance Update 2017

    For years the IRS has struggled with the independent contractor, the non-resident alien worker, US citizens with foreign financial accounts and tax collection. They have placed the burden on businesses, non-profits and not-for-profits as well as state and local government to report information about taxable payments they make to their account holders, vendors and customers. Read More: http://www.globalcompliancepanel.com/control/globalseminars/~product_id=901330SEMINAR?trainingregistry-November-2017-SEO
  • 19 Request Info

    Omnibus (Mega) Rule Changes to HIPAA & the HITECH Act and What They Mean to Covered Entities and Business Associates

    The Omnibus Rule finalizes the modifications to the HIPAA Privacy Rule, Security Rule, and enforcement rules to implement many of the privacy, security, and enforcement provisions of the HITECH Act and to make other changes to the Rules, modifies the breach notification rule, and finalizes the modifications to the HIPAA Privacy Rule to strengthen privacy protections for genetic information. Generally speaking, covered entities and business associates will have until September 23, 2013, to comply with these new provisions. This 60-minute webinar gives you an excellent overview of the new rule changes. Learn what actions to take now to achieve HIPAA compliance with the new Omnibus Rule, to pass an audit or an investigation, and to avoid civil money penalties and criminal convictions.
  • 20 Request Info

    Which data and systems are subject to Part 11

    Overview: This webinar details the regulation and how it applies to computerized systems. Learn exactly what is needed to be compliant for all three primary areas: SOPs for the IT infrastructure, industry standards for software product features, and the 10-step risk-based validation approach. Areas Covered in the Session: Which data and systems are subject to Part 11 What Part 11 means to you, not just what it says in the regulation Avoid 483 and Warning Letters Explore the three primary areas of Part 11 compliance: SOPs, software product features, and validation documentation Ensure data integrity, security, and protect intellectual property