Commercial Waste, Flytipping and Duty of Care
All of our training courses are now delivered online via Teams. No fixed dates have been set as these will be determined when a practical number of attendees have indicated an interest.
Some courses have been split into three or four sessions which will be delivered over one to four days. Each session lasts around two to three hours.
If there is a course you would like to attend, please get in touch with the name of the course and your preferred contact details and we can discuss requirements and costs. We will then let you know when the next sessions will be delivered.
The course carries a maximum value of 5 hours (core activity) for the Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS) Continuing Professional Development (CPD) scheme.
This course outlines the relevant legislation and explores case studies, best practise and practical solutions to tackle flytipping and encourage duty of care compliance.
This one-day course is essential for all private and public organisations who are responsible for waste enforcement or who dispose of commercial waste. The training examines all relevant legislation, explores best practice in commercial waste enforcement, provides practical solutions for tackling flytipping and methods to ensure compliance with duty of care requirements. All aspects of the course are demonstrated by practical examples and discussion of the best use of the relevant legislation.
By the end of this training you will able to:
- Understand the relevant sections of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 and the Refuse Disposal Amenity Act 1978
- Know when and how to apply the legislation to tackle various waste and flytipping enforcement issues
- Identify routes to obtain evidence
- Draft and present a case to obtain an appropriate outcome.
Refuse Disposal Amenity Act 1978
Sections 33/34, 46/47, 59 and 79/80 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990