Practical Compliance with
EPA Regulations Course May 30-31, 2013 Hilton Lexington Downtown Lexington, Ky.
Send 1 and get the next HALF OFF!
We use this annual conference to keep our environmental people up to date with regulations. — Larry Griffin, International Paper
Practical Compliance with EPA Regulations Course
DAY ONE: Thursday, May 30 88a.m. a.m. Registration9:20 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast Face to Face with Kentucky Department 8:30 a.m. Program begins (provided) of Environmental Protection • Describe the organization, staff, 8:30 a.m. Noon Lunch (provided) function and mission Welcome and Program Introduction • How regulated community can 4 p.m. Program adjourns interface with agency 8:35 a.m. Overview of Federal and Kentucky Laws • Review federal and state environmental laws and regulations • Interaction of federal and state programs • Violations, fines and penalties • Highlight new initiatives
Highlight new developments
Air Pollution • Regulations • Permitting Overview • New Source Review • Monitoring, Recordkeeping and Reporting
Air Pollution (cont.) • Control Standards- RACT, BACT, LAER, MACT & GACT • Emissions Estimating • Emissions Measurement and Testing • GHG Monitoring and Reporting 2:45 p.m.
Water Pollution • Regulations • Permitting • Water Quality Standards 4:30 p.m.
Day one adjourns
DAY TWO: Friday, May 31 8 a.m.
Registration and Continental Breakfast (provided)
Solid and Hazardous Waste • Accumulation requirements • Manifesting • Contingency Plans • Training requirements
Panel Discussion • Environmental Management and Auditing • ISO 14001 EMS • Auditing vs. reviews
Environmental Auditing and Inspection Survival • Compliance auditing • Response to inspection requests • What happens if compliance problems are identified?
Agency Inspections and Enforcement • How are you selected for inspection? • What is the process and what are your rights
Questions and Answers
Water Pollution • Monitoring and quality assurance programs • Best Management Plans (BMP) and Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWP3) • Oil Spill Prevention and Countermeasures and Control (SPCC) plans 9:45 a.m.
Solid and Hazardous Waste • Regulations • Definition of hazardous waste • Universal Wastes, Used Oils, Ewastes, etc. • Generator requirements
Lunch (provided) 12:45 p.m.
Spill Response and Reporting • Regulations • What must be reported? 1:15 p.m.
Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know (SARA) • Regulations • SARA Reporting- who, what and when • How to prepare for reporting
Practical Compliance with EPA Regulations Course adjourns
More Info why attend?
speakers Bob Basl
Industry is faced with an ever increasing and complex responsibility to protect the environment. In the last few years, the number of federal and state environmental regulations have grown by tens of thousands of pages and reach into more industries than ever before. This course will assist the novice and expert in understanding and applying these requirements. For those new to environmental compliance, we’ll help you solve the mystery behind these regulatory requirements. You’ll learn practical concepts and practices you can use on the job every day. Experts in compliance will be updated on changes, refreshed on established issues and positioned to learn new skills. Whether inexperienced or seasoned, you will learn the requirements associated with multi-media (air, water and land) environmental programs. The diverse background and experience of the speakers (regulators, engineers and attorneys) and your fellow attendees will enhance the learning experience and provide a lasting network of resources to consult as you cope with future on the job challenges.
Vice President EHS Technology Group Jennifer Cave
Partner Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP Greg Hemker
President EHS Technology Group Philip J. Schworer
Member Frost Brown Todd LLC Representatives
Kentucky Department of Environmental Protection
who should attend? Ideal for inexperienced or seasoned environmental management professionals including: • • • •
Environmental directors Environmental managers and staff Engineers Compliance Professionals
• • • •
Attorneys EHS administrators Facility managers Project managers
ceu/cpe/cle Continuing education credits may be recognized by your professional board. Contact your own board to find out what’s required. A certificate of completion will be provided at the course conclusion.
membership info It’s not too late to take advantage of the Kentucky Chamber member discount. To learn more about membership, call 502-695-4700 and ask for a membership representative.
The speakers were amazing. They explained all topics so that it was understandable to everyone, regardless of experience level. I was very comfortable listening to their presentations. As a new environmental personnel, I appre‑ ciate all the additional information, along with the list of acronyms! It made the topics more understandable and the lectures easier to stay tuned in to. VERY informative! — Lisa Khourie, Alltech, Inc. Very good presentations, very knowledgeable presenters. — Craig Ousley, ICI Services, LLC Speakers were excellent! Very informative. — Anita Britt, Western Kentucky University
Practical Compliance with EPA Regulations Course
location and lodging
$595/Kentucky Chamber Member $695/Non-member
May 30-31 (80899) Hilton Lexington Downtown 369 West Vine Street Lexington, KY 40507 Tel: 859-231-9000 Room Rate: $109* Room Cutoff Date: May 15, 2013
Special Offer: For each full price registration get the next at HALF OFF!
cancellations/substitutions Cancellations must be made no later than five business days prior to the program for a full refund. After this date, no cash refunds will be granted. Substitutions are welcome. Special accommodations made upon request.
how to register web
Lori Jo Hill 502-695-4700, ext. 8727
Send registration form to: Kentucky Chamber 464 Chenault Road Frankfort, KY 40601
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