|Environmental Tech Required Credit Course|
This course is designed to provide occupational safety and health professionals with an understanding of relevant environmental regulations. Emphasis is placed on providing guidelines for planning and executing a well-rounded environmental program and managing a full range of legal, regulatory, technical, financial and public relations issues. Upon completion of the course, occupational health and safety professionals will have the necessary foundation to make informed decisions on environmental issues in their organizations.
We will demystify EPA lingo and acronyms. You will know an RMP from a GMP, and be able to discuss SPCCs with other PRPs. Everyone will understand DMRs and find what you need in the CFRs. No more worries over Tier 2 or Form R, and which one is a 312 or 313 report. Was that a TRI report, or was it TSCA or CAA? And by the way, did I "spill" or "release" that? Does it even matter? What is the difference between a "hazardous substance" and a "hazardous material?" Aren't they all just chemicals? Where do we fit in "pollutants or contaminants?" Is this stuff a "sinker" or a "floater?" And what in the world is a "Stack Test?" OCAs, NRCs, OSCs, RQs, TPQs, ARARs and EHSs -- all will be made clear.
Laptops are encouraged in class, if wireless access is available, to visit relevant websites and show you how to find, research and navigate topics and pages. We will download useful tools and demonstrate their use, such as air release modeling, search for environmental sites in your zip code, access filed reports and contact program hotlines to ask questions.
Attendees are encouraged to contact us with any issues or questions ahead of class, and we will address them as time and topics permit.
ABIH Points: ABIH has previously awarded CM credit for this event. The current event contains 14.0 hours which can be claimed for CM credit. Get more information at the ABIH website.
BCSP Points: This course may qualify for BCSP Recertification points. See the BCSP Recertification Guide.
$1195, $1295 after January 26, 2017
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For further information on this course, contact the NC ERC office at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 919-962-2101.