Environmental Resource Center

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  • Environmental

  • Environmental Audits

    Environmental Audits

    Anyone responsible for conducting audits or preparing facilities to be audited will benefit from this class. You will learn how to assess compliance with federal, state, and local requirements, how to organize the audit process and prepare an effective audit report, and what to do with the results. This class also addresses the auditor's responsibilities, the facility's responsibilities, and how to monitor corrective action.

  • Environmental Audits Webcast

    Environmental Audits Webcast

    Anyone responsible for conducting audits or preparing facilities to be audited will benefit from this class. You will learn how to assess compliance with federal, state, and local requirements, how to organize the audit process and prepare an effective audit report, and what to do with the results.  This class also addresses the auditor's responsibilities, the facility's responsibilities, and how to monitor corrective action.

  • Environmental Regulations - Webcast

    Environmental Regulations - Webcast

    This five-hour course is designed to provide a broad understanding of major U.S. environmental laws and regulations. You will learn how to determine which laws and regulations apply to your facility and how to maintain compliance. Major emphasis is placed on the statutes that affect most facilities, including the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, RCRA, CERCLA, EPCRA, and TSCA. Recordkeeping, reporting, and training requirements are also covered.

  • Environmental, Health, and Safety Laws & Regulations

    Environmental, Health, and Safety Laws & Regulations

    Whatever your responsibilities within your organization, you need to know which laws and regulations apply to your facility in order to help remain in compliance. In this class you will learn how to determine which laws and regulations apply to your facility, procedures for attaining and maintaining compliance, training and recordkeeping requirements, and which of your activities require permits. Environmental Resource Center's common sense approach...

  • SARA Title III - Form R (Section 313) - Webcast

    SARA Title III - Form R (Section 313) - Webcast

    At this webcast you will learn the latest changes to the Section 313 requirements, including the threshold requirements for PBT chemicals and lead. You will also learn how to determine if you must complete the Form R and whether you qualify for any Section 313 exemptions, how to complete and document your 313 threshold determination, and how to identify release sources at your facility.

  • SARA Title III - How to Comply with Emergency Release & Notification Requirements - Webcast

    SARA Title III - How to Comply with Emergency Release & Notification Requirements - Webcast

    Learn what is covered by the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act at this four-hour webcast. Topics include how to identify and accurately report OSHA hazardous chemicals, CERCLA hazardous substances, and extremely hazardous substances at your facility. You will also learn how to determine whether the Tier II inventory reporting requirements apply to your site and how to complete the form. To help your reporting go smoothly, you will...

  • SARA Title III Workshop

    SARA Title III Workshop

    SARA Title III (the Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act) requires you to inform your surrounding community about your facility's hazardous substances and releases - accidental and permitted. This program provides you with a complete understanding of what this law requires as well as detailed instructions on how to ensure your facility is in compliance. A clear explanation of your reporting requirements under Title III is provided so you...

  • Storm Water Regulations - Webcast

    Storm Water Regulations - Webcast

    Learn how to comply with the industrial and construction storm water management regulations at this five-hour webcast. In addition to receiving an overview of storm water regulations, you will learn how to obtain a permit for storm water discharges, which permits are available to you, how to develop an effective SWPPP for your facility, and how to develop and implement an effective sampling plan.

  • TSCA Import Requirements - Webcast

    TSCA Import Requirements - Webcast

    EPA requires importers to certify that their importedchemical substances or mixtures are either in compliance with TSCA Sections 5,6, and 7 at the time of import or that they are not subject to TSCA. Section 13 of TSCA requires that chemicals,mixtures, and articles be refused entry into the United States if it fails tocomply with any TSCA rule in effect or is offered for entry in violation ofTSCA Section 5, 6, or 7. In this session, you will learn how...

  • TSCA Pre-Manufacture Notices and Updates - Webcast

    TSCA Pre-Manufacture Notices and Updates - Webcast

    Under EPA’s New Chemicals Program, anyone who plans to manufacture or import a new chemical substance for a non-exempt commercial purpose is required to provide the EPA with a Pre-Manufacture Notice (PMN). EPA’s Inventory Report Rule requires chemical manufacturers and importers to update TSCA inventory data with the EPA every five years using a Form U. The report must include the identity of, and certain manufacturing information for,...

  • TSCA Requirements for Fluorescent Light Ballasts - Webcast

    TSCA Requirements for Fluorescent Light Ballasts - Webcast

    If you have fluorescent lamp fixtures containing ballasts manufactured before July 2, 1979, the ballasts will most likely contain PCBs. These ballasts are subject to TSCA storage and disposal requirements. In this webcast, you will learn the various classifications that apply to PCB ballasts, how to accumulate them on-site, prepare them for off-site shipment, and properly dispose of them.