The Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake (NAWS) holds a Hazardous Waste Facility Permit to store polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) at the PCB Storage Building (PCBSB). The waste includes fluids in containers, articles such as transformers, and containerized solid waste such as spill cleanup material, contaminated soil, and fluorescent light ballasts. The wastes are generated from phased removal of PCB dielectric items from locations throughout the facility, decommissioned equipment from range cleanup activities, equipment replacement, and spill cleanups. The wastes are stored up to 9 months before being transported to a final disposition facility. Under the permit, all personnel involved with operation of the PCBSB are required to complete Health and Safety Training for Hazardous Waste Workers, Respirator Protection, Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus, Confined Space Entry, and CPR (29 Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] 1910.120). Personnel are also required to complete regular refresher courses. Until 2008, personnel in the Public Works High Voltage Shop assisted the PCBSB personnel with regular activities at the PCBSB and were required to have the same training. Since 2008, the phased removal of PCB items has been completed and the High Voltage Shop personnel no longer enter the PCBSB on a routine basis. If these workers enter the PCBSB, they are accompanied, and supervised, by PCBSB personnel. Therefore, the training plan in the permit is being modified to eliminate the requirement that the High Voltage Shop personnel receive this specialized training.