Conquer the air pollution regulatory matrix!
The 3-day Clean Air Compliance Manager™ course provides a comprehensive overview of the Federal Clean Air Act (CAA), its history and drivers, and an outline of each of the titles of the 1990 CAA Amendments. The various associated regulatory structures are examined in detail, and the implications of each for your organization are reviewed.
The structured, logical approach of the course enables both new and seasoned professionals to better understand the complex web of interconnected federal air quality regulations, and to more effectively manage their compliance activities. This program will help you to proactively ask the right questions about air quality compliance and your operations, and to plan for, and more effectively manage compliance to stay ahead of potential enforcement action.
What’s covered in the course?
The 3-day program includes discrete training modules, group discussions, and breakout sessions that are used to make the course more interesting and engaging, and to reinforce concepts. Attendees are provided with binder handouts of useful references, examples of regulatory and compliance documents, and related reference materials. If you are new to air regulatory compliance, this course will provide the foundation necessary to assume air compliance responsibilities. If you have previous experience with air quality compliance, the program will prepare you to take a leadership role in your organization’s air compliance program.
Topics Covered Include:
- Air Pollution and the History of Air Quality Management and Regulation
- Details of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments
- National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) and Ambient Monitoring
- State Implementation Plans (SIPs)
- New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) and Control of Criteria Pollutants
- National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAPS) and Control of Air Toxics
- Prevention of Accidental Release of Hazardous and Flammable Chemicals
- Greenhouse Gas Emissions – Reporting and Regulation
- Protection of Stratospheric Ozone
- Air Emission Inventories (AEI)
- Major Source Preconstruction Permitting (PSD and Nonattainment New Source Review)
- Air Dispersion Modeling for Permitting and Compliance
- Title V Operating Permits
- Mobile Source Regulations
- Air Pollution Control Technologies
- Clean Air Act Enforcement
- Clean Air Act Compliance Managemen
Course Agendas are subject to change
Day One 8:15 am – 4:15 pm
Comprehensive Overview of the Clean Air Act
The New Source Performance Standards Program
New Source Review Programs: A Review of Major Source Permitting
The Regulation of Air Toxics/Hazardous Air Pollutants
Day Three 8:15 – 3:00
Title VI and the Protection of Stratospheric Ozone
Accidental Release Programs
Regulation of Mobile Sources/Fuels
Compliance Assurance and Certification/Inspections
Global Warming and Federal Regulation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Day Two 8:15 am – 4:15 pm
Title V Permitting Program
The National Ambient Air Quality Standards
State Implementation Plans
- Developing the Emissions Inventory
- Modeling Air Emissions
Determining and Selecting Control Equipment
Process and Control Equipment Monitoring Requirements
Recordkeeping for Compliance
John Kumm is a registered Professional Engineer, Board Certified in Air Pollution Control, a Certified Energy Manager, and a LEED Accredited Professional. He has more than 34 years of broad ranging experience including industrial plant operations; project management; and environmental consulting. John holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Maryland, and an M.E. and Post-Master’s Certificate in Environmental Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. He is currently a Senior Engineer and Project Manager with EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc., where he specializes in air pollution control, regulatory compliance management, and energy management.