Training Materials

Training Materials

Training Materials

GIZ Practical Chemicals Management Toolkits

The GIZ Chemicals Management Toolkits are designed for different needs and interests. Relying on more than 15 years of experience, the GIZ Toolkits constitute hands-on tools for the implementation of resource-efficient management systems for chemicals and wastes.

GIZ Chemicals Management Toolkit for Companies

The Toolkit for companies and trainers constitutes a hands-on tool for the implementation of practices and a system for the resource-efficient management of chemicals and wastes along the lines of the Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management (SAICM). It provides you with invaluable materials related to chemicals management, cleaner production and resource efficiency.

A quick overview and introduction of the Practical Chemicals Management Toolkit for your company you can find here: Download: EN

The GIZ CM-Toolkit for companies provides you with invaluable materials related to adressing chemicals management, cleaner production and resource efficiency issues in an integrated way, based on over 10 years of experince of applying our concepts. You can refer to the four subject specific modules structured around the Plan-Do-Check-Art cycle for guiding you through the steps of setting up a chemicals management system from scratch or for helping you with enhancing specific elements of such a system.

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Introduction and initial quick check (Download: EN)

          Trainer Instruction  (Download: EN) 

Module 1 - Inventory and risk assessment under the umbrella of resource efficiency and cleaner production (Download:  EN)

         Trainer Instruction  (Download: EN)

Module 2 - Managing chemicals risks in your company: control measures and gap analysis (Download: EN)

          Trainer Instruction  (Download:  EN)

Module 3 - Hazardous waste management (Download: EN / SP)

          Trainer Instruction  (Download: EN)

Manual on Industrial Hazardous Waste Management for Authorities in Low and Middle Income Economies

The GIZ "Manual on Industrial Hazardous Waste Management for Authorities in Low and Middle Income Economies" addresses primarily competent authorities in low and middle income economies envisaging to establish a hazardous waste (HW) management system or to improve an existing system. It provides basic principles and key information on how to establish and apply a hazardous waste management system in a country or a region.

The manual gives an overview on key issues related to legal requirements and practical procedures pertaining to environmentally sound HW management, taking into account and referring to requirements, recommendation and guidelines provided by the Basel Convention and OECD where relevant and providing provisions and procedures from the European Union as model examples in particular.

Manual on Industrial Hazardous Waste Management for Authorities in Low and Middle Income Economies (Download: EN / SP)

Main Menu for the Manual on Industrial Hazardous Waste Management (IHWM)" (Download:  EN / SP)

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Introduction and initial quick check (Download:  EN SP)

Module 1 - Hazardous waste generation- summary and basic policy principles of adequate waste Management (Download: EN / SP)

Module 2 - Legal Frame, International agreements and EU waste legislation (Download: EN / SP)

Module 3 - Guidance, training, education, capacity building for waste generators and transporters. On-site HWM, preparation for transport of dangerous goods and control of hazardous waste Transport (Download: EN / SP)

Module 4 - Allocation of hazardous waste to treatment and disposal facilities (Download:  EN / SP).

First Supplement: Allocation of Wastes Codes of the EWL to Recovery and Disposal Options (Download: EN).

Second Supplement: Basel Convention Waste Y Code List and Allocation to Physicochemical and Biological Treatment Methods (Download: EN).

Module 5 - Practical aspects of implementation and enforcement / Permitting and Inspection (HW incinerators and landfills) (Download: EN / SP)

Module 6a - Incinerators and Air Pollution Control (Download: EN / SP)

Module 6b - Co-processing: a hazardous waste incineration option (Download: EN / SP)

Module 7 - HW Landfills and underground disposal of HW (Download: EN / SP)

Module 8 - Waste management planning (Download: EN / SP).

Third Supplement: Waste Management Planning (Download: EN).

Module 9 - Factors contributing to the success of a hazardous waste management system in a country, a summary (Download: EN / SP)

Initiatives / Projects

german cooperationFederal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Developmentsupported by The State Government of North Rhine-Westphalia