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Environmental Awareness Bootcamp - Colorado Springs, CO

The #1 Course for Environmental, Health and Safety Professionals! Escape the heat and visit us in beautiful Colorado Springs for the Environmental Awareness Bootcamp! EPA Alliance utilizes the same quality instructors and same quality presentations (updated of course) since 1996! Our instructors are nationally renowned experts and the original Environmental Bootcamp instructors.

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Course Overview:

A lot of new regulations and updates to current regulations have come out recently and keeping up with these environmental laws and regulations can be confusing and cumbersome. The Environmental Awareness Bootcamp will not only give you an introduction and thorough breakdown of current EPA Air, Water and Waste regulations but also provide you with the latest regulatory updates of each.

This course is designed for those new to the environmental industry or certain programs and for those veterans that need a good refresher and update. The Environmental Bootcamp covers in detail numerous federal and state, environmental, air, water and waste regulations that may impact your facility. From day one, we will take you through each of these regulations in detail, setting a framework for the rest of the seminar. Day 3 and 4, we will take you on the ground and teach you how these regulations apply to your organization and how to keep in compliance. Throughout each day we will teach proven and practical compliance strategies that you can bring back to your facility or organization. In addition, this seminar is a wonderful chance to meet and converse with other environmental professionals in your industry. Bring the family and make a vacation out of it!

Course Topics:

•   Environmental Regulatory Overview

•   Clean Air Act (CAA) Overview
•   New Source Review (NSR) Program
•   New Source Performance Standards (NSPS)
•   State Implementation Plan (SIP) Standards and Limitations
•   National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAPs))
•   Title V Permitting Program
•   The Clean Water Act (CWA)
•   Water Quality Permitting
•   Storm Water Planning & NPDES Permitting
•   SPCC Compliance and Planning
•   The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)
•   RCRA Identification of Hazardous Waste/Exclusions and Delisting of Wastes
•   RCRA Day-to-Day Operations
•   The Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act (EPCRA)
•   Environmental Reporting (Tier I, Tier II and TRI Reporting)
•   Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA): Managing PCBs and Asbestos

•   ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems
•   Environmental Audits and Inspections
•   Underground Storage Tank (UST) Compliance

•   Aboveground Storage Tank (AST) Compliance
•   Hazardous Materials Transportation (HMT) Compliance


Who Should Attend:

 

•   Facility Managers and Inspectors
•   Environmental and Safety Managers and Directors
•   Environmental, Health and Safety Personnel
•   Environmental Specialist, Planners and Coordinators
•   Environmental Engineers
•   Environmental Attorneys
•   Regulatory Affairs Managers
•   Environmental Project and Program Managers
•   Environmental Consultants and Environmental Sales Managers
•   Corporate Attorneys, Management and Executive Staff
•   Anyone responsible for environmental activities at their organization

Approved Continuing Education:

•   State Bar of Louisiana - MCLE
•   State Bar of Texas - MCL
•   The Institute of Hazardous Materials Managers (IHMM)
•   
American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH)
•   
National Environmental Safety and Health Training Association (NESHTA)
•   
Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP)
•   
And many more...

Environmental Bootcamp Agenda:

 

Day 1, Speaker: Joseph Santarella
8:00AM: Course, Speaker and Attendee Introductions
9:00AM: Environmental Statutory and Regulatory Overview Including Civil and Criminal Liability
10:0AM: Break
10:15AM: Environmental Statutory and Regulatory Overview (Continued)
12:00PM: Lunch on your own or with colleagues
1:00PM: Clean Air Act (CAA) Overview - National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS), State Implementation Plans (SIPs) and Beyond
3:00PM: Break
3:15PM: CAA Overview (Continued) - Emission Standards and Limitations (New Source Review Program (NSR), New Source Performance Standards (NSPS), SIP Standards and Limitations & National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAPs))
4:30PM: Question and Answers (Q&A)
5:00PM: Day 1 Ends

Day 2, Speaker: Joseph Santarella
8:00AM: Day 1 Review
8:15AM: Title V Permit Program and Enforcement Update
9:30AM: Break
9:45AM: Clean Water Act (CWA) Overview – NPDES, Pretreatment, Stormwater, Wetlands Permiting
12:00PM: Lunch on your own or with colleagues
1:00PM: Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Overview including Identification of Hazardous Waste/Exclusions and Delisting of Wastes
3:00PM: Break
3:15PM: Overview of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act (EPCRA) including Overlapping of Environmental Reporting (Planned and Emergency Releases) Under Other Federal Statutes
4:45PM: Question and Answers (Q&A)
5:00PM: Day 2 Ends


Day 3, Speaker: Michael Owen
8:00AM: Speaker Introduction
8:15AM: RCRA: Day-to-Day Operations
10:00AM: Break
10:15AM: CWA: SPCC Planning and Compliance
12:00PM: Lunch on your own or with colleagues
1:15PM: CWA: SPCC Inspection Exercise
1:45PM: CWA: Stormwater Pollution Prevenion Planning (SWPPP)
3:00PM: Break
3:15PM: TSCA: Managing PCBs and Asbestos
4:45PM: Question and Answers (Q&A)
5:00PM: Day 3 Ends


Day 4, Speaker: Michael Owen
8:00AM: Underground Storage Tank (UST) & Aboveground Storage Tank (AST) Compliance
9:15AM: Environmental Audits, Inspections and Environmental Management Systems (EMS)
10:30AM: Break
10:45AM: Hazardous Materials Transportation (HMT) Compliance
12:00PM: Question and Answers (Q&A)
12:30PM: Course Adjourn

 

What People are Saying:

 

"You guys rock! This was the best compliance class I have ever taken. Very informative and cannot wait to take other classes."

 

"Joe and Mike have so much knowledge and present the information so well. this course was great. I will recommend this to others. Instructors were very respectful and professional. I hope to take the Advanced Bootcamp in the near future."

 

"Instructors were extremely knowledgeable and connected very well. I will recommend this class to others."

 

"Excellent class from start to finish. Great organization and speakers. Learned so much my head is spinning!"

 

"I enjoyed all the presentations but moved a little fast. Would recommend scaling it down some. I got a lot out of the speakers and great information to take back to my facility."

 

"Instructors answered questions very well and gave great recommendations on navigating federal laws and regulations. The EPA Alliance group was great."

 

"Wow, that was a lot of information! Great class, I learned a lot. I'm excited to go back to my facility and apply this information and assuring we are in compliance!"

 

"Can't wait to take more classes. this was a great update and overview of each of these environmental programs. Looking forward to diving even deeper in some of your classes. Thanks!"

 

"I took this class back in 2012 with another company and was very dissapointed. I really enjoyed your Environmental Bootcamp much better. No marketing fluff or BS. Great presentations and great instructors. A wonderful organization, looking forward to more classes."

Where:

Colorado Springs, CO


When:

June 21-24, 2016 (3.5 Days)


Training Venue:

Doubletree Hilton Colorado Springs
1775 E. Cheyenne Mountain Blvd
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Phone: (719) 527-4602
Hotel Website: Click Here


Training Cost:

$1,195/Person.
$995/2+persons - Group Discount
$995/Person - Government Discount. Call (713) 703-7016 to receive Government discount.

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Speaker(s):

Joseph M. Santarella, Founder, Santarella & Eckert, LLC. and Michael Owen, Owner, QES Associates
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Event Host:

Jeremy P. Kelley, Director, EPA Alliance Training Group

 

Hotel Room Block Information:


EPA Alliance has booked a limited group of rooms at a discounted price for our students. First come first serve basis.
Reservation Number: (719) 576-8900
Room Block Code: EPA Alliance
Nightly Rate: $135
Hotel Cut-Off Date: May 21, 2016
Question regarding our room block, contact EPA Alliance at (713) 703-7016.


Travel & Hotel Information:

Recommended Airport: Colorado Springs Airport or Denver International Airport (1 hour North of Colorado Springs)
Shuttle: No hotel shuttle available.
Taxi: Average $40/Person.
Hotel Parking: $17/Overnight or $22/Valet
Hotel Ammenities: Complimentary in-room WiFi, Fitness Center, walking distance to great brewerys, restaurants, shopping and right in the middle of downtown.

 

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