Through the CEC/ETC program, CEC keeps you informed on regulatory items that affect you. Whether you’re new in your career and looking to grow your knowledge quickly, or you’re an experienced professional committed to staying up to date on issues affecting your work, these one-day, sales-free training courses are for you. You’ll leave your course with timely know-how and takeaways to tackle these important regulations and requirements—you’ll also earn Continuing Education Units.
Air Permitting Basics
You’ll learn basic federal and state air permitting requirements for major and minor construction permits and major and minor operating permits. The course is custom-made for the local market and state requirements. We discuss how to avoid Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) and Non-attainment New Source Review (NANSR) permits.
Clean Water Act and NPDES Overview
You’ll learn the basics of water regulations, including National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) plans; Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP); and Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) plans. We cover regulations at the federal level and the state level.
Introduction to Environmental Regulations
You’ll learn about compliance with permits and applicable regulations (air, water, and waste). New environmental managers, plant managers, and operations managers, this course is for you!
Maintaining Compliance for the Natural Gas Industry
You’ll learn the importance of obtaining permits for production and midstream facilities. This course will break down the myriad and often confusing monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements during construction, operation, or permit close-out for well pads or facilities such as compressor stations, interconnects, and metering sites.
Introduction to OSHA Regulatory Requirements
You’ll learn basic Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulatory requirements for safe work practices, employee training, chemical exposure and monitoring, chemical right-to-know labeling (for hazard communication), and ergonomic issues. This course will also highlight interactions with OSHA for both inspections and compliance.
RCRA and Solid Waste Regulations
You’ll learn about hazardous and non-hazardous waste regulations. Waste generators, this course is for you! We concentrate on compliance, Part B permit requirements, and how to avoid “major source generator” status.
You’ll earn 0.8 Continuing Education Unit.