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  • Expert Support & Training

    Holmes Environmental has provided expert witness support at planning inquiries and in technical environmental aspects of legal disputes and insurance claims. The Company has considerable practical experience of the design and implementation of environmental awareness programmes in industry in the UK. The Company has been in the team delivering a ...

    By Holmes Environmental Limited based in London, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Model Toxics Control Act: Establishing Soil, Groundwater, and Surface Water Cleanup

    This course provides attendees with an in-depth understanding of the procedures for establishing cleanup levels and points of compliance under the Model Toxics Control Act (WAC 173-340). The course covers procedures for establishing cleanup levels using Methods A, B, and C for groundwater, surface water and soil, as well as an overview of recent ...

    By Northwest Environmental Training Center (NWETC) based in Issaquah, WASHINGTON (USA). from Policy & Regulations Training line

  • OMA-3 Training Course for Auditing of Monitoring Teams & CEMS

    The Auditing Training Course; The training course is focused to provide tailored instruction in the auditing of outside contractors or in-house teams where they are providing data for legislative compliance. Operators falling under PPC Permitting and the OMA-3 Scheme must carry out periodic auditing of stack-emission monitoring activities.

    By Oakwood Environmental Services (OES) based in Feltham, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Training Course for Iso-Kinetic Sampling

    Iso-Kinetic Sampling Training Courses: Training courses are focused to provide tailored instruction in the use and deployment of Method 5 type sampling trains or MS9096 Trains for the sampling of Particulates and related species.

    By Oakwood Environmental Services (OES) based in Feltham, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Hazard Communication (HazCom) Training Course

    To protect these workers exposed to hazardous chemicals in all industrial sectors, the Federal Government established the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (HazCom) 1910.1200, also known as the 'right to know' law. This standard is based on a simple concept: that employees have both a need and a right to know the hazards and the identities of the ...

    By Eduwhere based in Chapel Hill, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Safety Courses Training line

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