Informasi Seminar

Hazardous Material & Chemical Handling

Hazardous Material & Chemical Handling

Ibis Slipi Hotel, Jakarta | Oct 4 – 7, 2010 |Rp.7.250.000,-per participant



Proper handling of hazardous chemicals and waste management can drastically reduce the company risk for better corporate reputation and possible of loss of revenue. People deal with those hazards is the key-success factor for implementation of such handling and management system.

This course will present the philosophy of hazardous chemicals and waste management, including the feasibility investigation for implementation in the company:

  • Give knowledge of fundamental hazardous chemicals & waste management and possible on-site minimization of effort from technical & economical point of view as part of cleaner production implementation
  • Give a specific capability to analyze, evaluate, optimize, improve and/or change of the existing chemical handling & waste management
  • Improve knowledge & technical capability on waste minimization & recycling; alternative treatments and disposal
  • Improve the capability to identify the hazards and risk problem, necessary treatment & the environmental impact; including the emergency response preparedness
  • Recognize the Policy, Regulation, Law and Permits regarding Hazardous Chemicals and Waste Management; in line with Environmental Rating Classification by Environmental Ministry (PROPER KLH).



Laws & Regulations

  • Local Law and Regulations
  • Corporate/ Company Policy & Global Commitment

Characteristic of Hazardous Chemicals & Wastes

  • Criteria & Identification
  • Symbol & Classification
  • Storage & Transportation
  • Alternative Disposal

Hazards and Risk of Chemicals

  • Health Effect
  • Safety Aspect
  • Environmental Risk &
  • Social-Economic Impact

Short Presentation by Participants

  • Explore the problem for an alternative solution
  • Emergency Response Team (Available)

Cleaner Production; Basic and Implementation

  • Waste Reduction Overview and Techniques
  • Wastes vs. By-Products

Waste Minimization & Recovery/ Recycling

  • Background & Future Prospect
  • Minimization Techniques
  • Waste Exchange

Engineering Consideration on Treatment and Disposal

  • Control & Disposal Indices
  • Cost Perspective & Consideration
  • Choosing a Disposal Method

Treatment Processes & Disposal Methods

  • Physical & Chemical Treatment
  • Thermal Process
  • Biological Process
  • Land Storage & Disposal
  • Comprehensive Treatment Facilities

Remedial Actions

  • Remedial Investigation
  • Feasibility Study

Hazardous Waste Management vs. PROPER Rating by KLH

  • PROPER Classification & Criteria
  • Permits and Legal Compliance’s
  • Air Emission and Wastewater Effluent; Treatment and Monitoring
  • Hazardous Waste Management; Temporary Storage, Transport, Disposal and Manifest (Reporting)
  • Community Development

Visit to the Hazardous Waste Treatment Facility

* (Optional, depend on the training location)



  • Plant: Manager/ Engineer
  • Engineering: Maintenance, Facility & Project Manager/ Engineer
  • Production: Operation, Development & Process Manager/ Engineer
  • Logistic: PPIC, Warehouse, Tank Storage & Transportation Manager
  • HSE: Environmental/ Health & Safety Manager, Public Relation & Community Development Mgr.
  • Laboratory: Product Quality, Product Development & In-Process Control Manager.




Ir. Agus Supriyanto
Ir. Agus Supriyanto  is an expert in Health, Safety & Environmental (HSE) specializing in hazards analysis & risk management, waste management, and waste minimization; having more than 20 years of hand on experiences in oil and multi national companies. His educational background is Chemistry from University of Indonesia, Jakarta. He got special courses on Waste Management & Biological Treatment at Institute of Water Quality & Waste Management, TU-Wien, Austria and on Risk Management and Business Continuity Management.


Oct 4 – 7, 2010
4 days

Ibis Slipi Hotel, Jakarta

Tuition Fee
Rp.7.250.000,-per participant, excluding accommodation & tax.


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