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Enviro professional training on TV downlink



this might be a useful training oppty for someone to get a overview of techn
topics for industry enviro mgrs.  Wonder if TV downlink is international as
well...

-- Burt Hamner


> -----Original Message-----
> From: NREP/ARTI [mailto:nrep@team-arti-envirotrain.com]
> Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2001 9:18 AM
> Subject: > The National Registry of Environmental Professionals (NREP)
presents a TV Broadcast of REM/CEA Training
>
> >
> A special TV broadcast of The National Registry of Environmental
> Professional's (NREP) Registered Environmental Manager (REM) / Certified
> Environmental Auditor (CEA) workshop will be offered via satellite
downlink
> on October 16, 17 & 18, 2001.  Advanced Resource Technologies, Inc. (ARTI)
> is facilitating this unique educational project to afford environmental
> professionals across the United States the opportunity to meet their
> continuing education goals while obtaining or recertifing their
> internationally recognized NREP credential.  The cost to attend the
workshop
> is $595 per attendee and includes all relevant study materials.  NREP will
> waive examination and recertification fees for all registered TV workshop
> attendees.
>
>
>
> Dr. Valcar A. Bowman, REM, CEA, Vice President of Education & Training,
will
> be assisted by select NREP Instructors to conduct the TV workshop and
> address the following topics:
>
>
>
>
> Operating Philosophies
>
>
>    Code of Ethics and Standards Practice
>
>    Environmental Policies and Strategies
>
>    ISO-14000 and Pollution Prevention
>
>    National Environmental Policy Act and the Environmental Impact
Statement
>
>
>
>
>
> Environmental Management Systems & Tools
>
>
>    Position Description
>
>    References and Recourses
>
>
>
>
>
> Air Pollution Control
>
>
>    National Ambient Air Quality Standards
>
>    New Source Reviews
>
>    Prevention of Significant Deterioration
>
>    Emission Constraints in Non-Attainment Areas
>
>    New Source Performance Standards
>
>    National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants
>
>    Toxic Air Pollutant Programs
>
>    State Air Pollution Control Programs
>
>    Permits
>
>    Abatement Systems
>
>
>
>
>
> Water Pollution Control
>
>
>    Standards
>
>    Effluent Guidelines
>
> National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System
>
> Monitoring, Recordkeeping and
> Reporting
>
>      Pre-treatment for Discharge to Public-Owned Treatment Works
>
>    Spill Prevention Measures
>
>    Safe Drinking Water
>
>    Underground Injection Wells
>
>    Penalties
>
>    Water and Wastewater Treatment
>
>
>
>
>
> Hazardous Waste Management
>
>
>    Waste Classification
>
>    Hazardous Waste Generators
>
>    Treatment, Storage and Disposal Facilities
>
>    Interim Status Technical Requirements
>
>    Permit Technical Requirements
>
>    Operating Permit
>
>    Permit by Rule
>
>    Part A and Part B Permits
>
>    Underground Storage Tanks
>
>    Aboveground Storage Tanks
>
>    Penalties
>
>
>    Hazardous Waste Treatment
>
>
>    Corrective and Remedial Actions
>
>
>
>
>
> Toxic Substance Control
>
>
>    Testing of Chemical Substances and Mixtures
>
>    Manufacturing and Processing Notices
>
>    Imminent Hazards
>
>    Reporting and Recordkeeping
>
>    Exports and Imports
>
>    Pesticides
>
>    Penalties
>
>
>
>
>
> Environmental and Community Safety
>
>
>    Emergency Notification
>
>    Community Right-To-Know Requirements
>
>    Toxic Chemical Release Inventory Reporting
>
>    Emergency Planning
>
>    Penalties
>
>    A Plan for SARA
>
>    "What-If" Scenarios
>
>
>
>
>
> Assessment and Risk Minimization Programs
>
>
>    Pre-acquisition Assessments
>
>    Internal Environmental Assessments
>
>    Often Audited Regulations
>
>    Phases I, II & III Assessment Activities
>
>    Pre-visit Questionnaire
>
>    Air Pollution Control Checklist
>
>    Water Pollution Control Checklist
>
>    Waste Management Checklist
>
>    Toxic Substance Control Checklist
>
>    Community Safety Checklist
>
>    Off-Site Waste Management Checklist
>
>    Land Disposal
>
>    Thermal Oxidizers
>
>    Injection Wells
>
>    Recycle, Reclaim and Energy Conversion Operations
>
>
>
> To obtain downlink locations and register for this TV broadcast Registered
> Environmental Manager (REM) / Certified Environmental Auditor (CEA)
> workshop, contact Kristy Duncan with Advanced Resource Technologies at
> Telephone: (865) 220-0356, Fax: (865) 241-9461 or E-mail:
> <mailto:nrepP@team-arti-envirotrain.com> nrep@team-arti-envirotrain.com.
> For More information about NREP's workshops and credential programs, go to
> <http://www.nrep.org/> www.nrep.org or call Dr. Bowman directly at (770)
> 486-9253.
>
>
>
> Please know there is no prerequisite requirement for attending the TV
> broadcast combined Registered Environmental Manager (REM)/ Certified
> Environmental Auditor (CEA).
>
>
>
> If you have a bachelor's degree in a scientific or technical discipline
four
> years (CEA) or five years (REM) of environmental or safety experience,
pass
> the NREP's examination and commit to maintain the National Registry of
> Environmental Professional's ethical standards, you will qualify for the
REM
> or CEA credential.
>
>
>
> If you fail to meet the above stated education and/or experience
> requirements for the REM or CEA credentials, but attend the REM/CEA
workshop
> and pass the REM examination, you will qualify for NREP's Associate
> Environmental Professional (AEP) credential.
>
>
>
> The REM is the highest professional level of NREP's credentials and no
other
> workshop or study material better prepares you for the REM or CEA
> examination.
>
>
>
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