Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) personnel offer training through Georgia Tech Professional Education.
Managing Environmental Compliance (MEC)
Do you spend a lot of time going from agency to agency and Web site to Web site trying to find all environmental regulations that apply to your company? Take the guesswork out of learning what resources are available to help you decipher constantly changing regulations. Save time and money with Georgia Tech. Learn what steps you need to take to apply EPA regulations to your facility. Use case studies and networking to see how other companies are handling environmental issues. Better protect your workplace and the environment from hazards.
How You Will Benefit
- Understand and apply the requirements of environmental laws, regulations, and permits
- Stay up-to-date on recently changed regulations and proposed changes
What Is Covered
- Resource Conservation & Recovery Act (RCRA), including Hazardous Waste Generator Requirements
- Universal Waste
- Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA), including an understanding of Tier II, TRI, and spill reporting
- Air Emissions, including Title V and SIP
- Hazardous Chemical Storage, including RMP and CFATS
- Industrial Wastewater
- Industrial Storm Water Permitting and Pollution Prevention Plan (SWP3) Requirements (construction storm water issues are not covered)
- Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plan Requirements (SPCC), including oil storage and containment
- Underground and Aboveground Storage Tanks
- Hazardous Materials Transportation – DOT
- Legal Considerations
- Environmental Management Systems – ISO 14001
- Material Safety Data Sheets
- Electronic Waste
Attendees will each receive a course notebook, CD, and general classroom supplies.
This course is a requirement for the Industrial Safety and Health Advanced Certificate and a requirement for the Construction Safety and Health Advanced Certificate.
Occupational Health and Safety Certificate Program
- Additional courses offered by Georgia Tech personnel are available through the Certificate Program in Occupational Health and Safety.
Fundamentals of Hazardous Waste Awareness
- Fundamentals of Hazardous Waste Awareness is offered free of charge to Georgia hazardous waste handlers so that they can comply with EPA regulations for “cradle to grave” management of hazardous waste.
Hazardous Waste Manifest Training Video
- Hazardous Waste Manifest Training Video introduces the new manifest form, highlights the differences between the new and the previous manifest form, and provides specific instructions to generators, transporters and treatment/storage/disposal facilities.
GECAP personnel are involved in several types of outreach activities. The goal of outreach presentations is to disseminate information on specific environmental information tailored to an audience. These presentations are made to local chambers of commerce, industry trade associations or groups, community colleges, and individual companies as well as at national conferences.
Past presentations include:
- GECAP presentation at the National Environmental Sustainability Summit: My Time Flies! An Environmental Regulatory Calendar Tool Integrated with Google
June 2011 • Detroit, MI
- GECAP presentation at the National Environmental Partnership Summit: Re-tooling Environmental Assistance for Georgia’s Manufacturers
May 2010 • Orlando, FL
- GECAP presentation at the National Environmental Assistance Providers Summit: A Silver-Lining for Storm Water Permittees in Georgia
May 2009 • San Francisco, CA
- GECAP presentation at the National Environmental Assistance Providers Summit: Gold Records: Repurposing Administrative Data to Improve Assistance Efforts
May 2008 • Baltimore, MD