DSG Solutions has experience providing site-specific training sessions in the following CEMS/air management areas: New, revised and refresher air permit compliance training – We can distill complicated facility air permits, including operating permits, into a training session focused on specific facility needs that may include reviewing air compliance emission limits, monitoring, recordkeeping and/or reporting requirements. This training session duration depends on the complexity of a facility, but typically varies between 2 to 4 hours.
DAHS functionality training – We can develop a site-specific training session focusing on topics such as general DAHS overview, compliance channels and configuration, DAHS data entry procedures and reporting configuration review. This training session can be developed for different site personnel that interact with the DAHS software. Depending upon the training session scope, this training typically varies between 2 to 8 hours.
Operator regulatory training – We can prepare a site-specific air compliance training session geared towards the facility’s operational staff focusing on air permit emission limits, facility emissions monitoring configuration, and other operator CEMS/air management specific recordkeeping and reporting responsibilities. This training session is typically designed to be between 2 to 3 hours in duration and can be presented more than once to allow the entire operational staff the chance to participate.
I&C technician regulatory training – We can prepare a site-specific CEMS training session focused on the needs of a facility’s I&C technicians that may include detailed discussions on CEMS quality assurance testing requirements and procedures, CEMS preventive maintenance activities and post-maintenance QA testing requirements, CEMS quality control activities, as well as other I&C CEMS/air management specific recordkeeping and reporting responsibilities. This training session can be developed to be between 3 to 8 hours in duration depending on the training scope.
Environmental manager regulatory training – We can develop a site-specific training session for managers that oversee a facility’s CEM/air management program that can focus on each or any of the major portions of the program. The training can focus on reviewing and defining operational staff responsibilities, I&C technicians responsibilities, environmental manager responsibilities, reviewing a facility’s air permit and CEMS compliance obligations as well as developing requested procedures to help improve a facility’s CEMS/air management program. This training can be developed to be between 4 to 8 hours in duration depending upon the training scope.