The Clean Air Compliance Annual Refresher™ is a top-level review discussion of concepts and information you studied in our Clean Air Compliance Manager™ course, and an UPDATE on recent important regulatory and policy changes affecting your organization and operations.
This refresher course is only open to those that have completed the Aarcher Institute’s Clean Air Compliance Manager™ course.
** This course is offered as either an IN-CLASS or ONLINE (“virtual attendance”) program **
Join your colleagues for a 1 day of presentation and open discussion, to ensure you remain cognizant of the requirements applicable to your organization and changes that occur each year.
What’s covered in the course?
The Clean Air Compliance Annual Refresher™ revisits the core element of air quality environmental law and regulations, focusing on applicability of the rules, central requirements, common compliance failures, compliance strategies, and new or updated requirements.
- Air Pollution and Clean Air Act Overview
- NAAQS and SIPs
- Conformity and NEPA
- New Source Performance Standards
- New Source Review
- Air Toxics
- Accidental Release Prevention
- Fugitive Emissions
- Climate Change and Greenhouse Gases
- Protection of Stratospheric Ozone
- Mobile Sources
- Pollutant Measurement and Prediction
- Air Quality Permits
- Calculations and Inventories
- Credible Evidence, Monitoring, Recordkeeping and Inspections
- Clean Air Act Enforcement
- Emissions Control Technologies
Who should attend?
This course is perfect as an annual refresher for those who previously completed the Aarcher Institute’s Clean Air Compliance Manager™ course. Participants revisit air quality regulatory material to help maintain compliance under the Clean Air Act and associated state regulations, and to learn of new and anticipated changes that could affect their organizations or operations. This refresher course is only open to those that have completed the Aarcher Institute’s Clean Air Compliance Manager™ course. This course is valuable for a wide range of professionals, including EH&S managers, environmental compliance specialists, other facility and site personnel with environmental and supply chain responsibilities, environmental consultants and engineers, as well as other professional office staff.