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  • EMS Roll-Up Your Sleeves Workshop
    Job Type: 10/9/2018 - 10/11/2018
    Location: Multiple Locations
    Salary: HRP and ICUT
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    Description:

    EMS Roll-Up Your Sleeves Workshop

    HRP and ICUT are pleased to present a Workshop to further help you establish and improve your Environmental Management System. 

    This workshop will be a facilitated roundtable discussion to provide you an opportunity to critique and discuss elements of your EMS.  Attendees are encouraged to bring their working copy of their EMS program as well as any success stories or challenges to share with the group.

    We will host three sessions within one week with the goal of keeping these sessions smaller and more intimate to foster better discussion: 

    • Session 1: Tuesday, October 9 East Texas Baptist University in Marshall
    • Session 2: Wednesday, October 10 at Dallas Baptist University
    • Session 3: Thursday, October 11 at Texas Lutheran University

    Date(s):

    • Session 1: Tuesday, October 9
    • Session 2: Wednesday, October 10
    • Session 3: Thursday, October 11

    Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM 

    Locations: 

    Register for the date and location that is most convenient for you!  Below please find additional details about each location.  Prior to the event, we will send any special instructions regarding parking, meeting room location, and any additional details.

    Instructor: ICUT and HRP Associates, Inc. (HRP)

    Cost: $265 per person (Includes lunch)
     

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  • 2018-19 Environmental, Health and Safety Brown Bag Webinar Series for Colleges and Universities
    Start Date: 10/18/2018
    Salary: Jackie Baxley, PE
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    HRP Associates, Inc. is proud to present the 2018-2019 Environmental, Health and Safety Brown Bag Webinar Series to keep colleges and universities current with environmental, health and safety (EHS) compliance topics without leaving campus. 

    In 2018-2019, the series will consist of nine (9) 60-minute presentations held during the lunch hour (noon - 1:00 EST), each with a live question & answer periodThe webinars are presented by EHS professionals who are well versed in the unique challenges that colleges and universities face.  The topics presented will cover a mix of regulatory issues including safety, health, and environmental regulatory issues which will be beneficial to faculty and staff, facilities personnel, risk managers, environmental, health & safety staff, and administration.

    Colleges & Universities Praise Previous Brown Bag Series

    This is the 9th year that the Brown Bag Series is being offered.  Participants like our informal style of presentation and find these webinars convenient and great at providing up to date information.  But, don’t take our word, here are some quotes from past participants:

     “Without these webinars I would have no clue as to what to do. I'm sure someone would tell me, but the webinars guide me.”

    “Charming presentations”

    “The webinars have been very helpful over the years.  I appreciate the quality and the level of detail provided.”

    “[A] great way to stay up-to-date on regulations old and new.”

    “Overall I thought the training was well thought out and applicable to the issues we deal with day in and day out.”

    “Several of my colleagues were able to attend and really enjoyed it.  The info certainly was timely, and pertinent.”

    “I like the ease of attending while not missing work or the need for travel.”
     

    2018-2019 Series Schedule
     

    The 2018-2019 series will include a combination of new topics and a few updated topics from previous years, brought back by popular demand.  Sessions will continue to include polls, opportunities to send questions prior to the training, and handouts.

     

    TOPIC

    DATE/TIME

    All times in Eastern Time

    3rd Thursday of the Month

    OSHA 101, Part 1: 

    A high level review of health and safety regulations that apply on campus and what you should be doing

    August 16, 2018

    12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

    OSHA 101, Part 2:

    A high level review of health and safety regulations that apply on campus and what you should be doing

    Sept 20, 2018

    12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

    Legionella’s Dieses:

    What campuses need to know

    October 18, 2018

    12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

    Silica Standard:

    Are you compliant with the general industry and construction standards?

    November 15, 2018

    12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

    Regulatory Update:

    A look at what new rules have come, or are coming, into effect

    January 17, 2019

    12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

    Environmental 101, Part 1:

    A high level review of environmental regulations that apply on campus and what you should be doing

    February 21, 2019

    12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

    Environmental 101, Part 2:

    A high level review of environmental regulations that apply on campus and what you should be doing

    March 21, 2019

    12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

    Hazardous Waste:

    What could possibly go wrong (lessons learned from waste vendors (good and bad), waste profiles, and waste management)

    April 18, 2019

    12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

    Reducing your regulatory footprint:

    What can you do to reduce or manage your regulatory footprint?

    May 16, 2019

    12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

    Brownfields: 

    Federal assistance for addressing and incorporating Brownfields into a Campus Master Plan

    Complementary bonus presentation for full-series and mini-series registrants!  Date and time to be announced

    Don’t see the training topics you need for your campus, contact Jackie Baxley at Jackie.baxley@hrpassociates.com or 800-752-3922 to develop a campus specific webinar or conduct onsite training to meet your needs and schedule. 

    Fees & Registration

    HRP is happy to offer the same price for this series for the 9th year in a row!  Attendees have hailed this series as a great value for the training received!

    Using resources on your campus such as a conference room, speaker phone or voice over internet and an LCD projector, you can capitalize on one connection and educate multiple employees at no extra cost.  Want more than one connection, you will simply need to add those additional names and e-mail addresses as you register, under the setting “register additional attendees.”  Alternatively, you can contact HRP directly at 800-752-3922 to add additional contacts under your account.

    Registration Option

    Description

    Cost per Campus

    Full 2018-2019 Series

    **best value**

    Access all nine (9) sessions in the series

    $995

    Mini-Series Option

    Select up to four (4) of the nine (9) sessions to attend

    $495

    A la Carte Option

    Pick and choose those topics that interest you most and pay a per session rate.

    $150/session

    Regardless of the registration option you choose, for sessions you cannot attend, you will be able to view the recorded presentation at your convenience.  The recordings can be accessed for up to one year.

    Webinar Logistics

    With your registration, you will provide HRP with your e-mail address.  The week of the webinar, each participant will receive an e-mail containing that participant’s unique log-in information and all associated handouts.  Following each webinar, each participant will receive a website link to view the recorded session.  The recorded session is available up to one year. 

    If you desire to have this webinar information forwarded to more than one person on campus, you will simply need to add those additional names under the setting “register additional attendees.”  Alternatively, you can contact HRP directly at 800-752-3922 to add additional contacts under your account.

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  • Webinar: NYSDEC Air Permitting Process
    Start Date: 10/16/2018
    Location: Online
    Salary: Tom Seguljic
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    Date

    October 16, 2018

    Location

    Online

    Time

    2:00pm - 3:00pm (EST)

    Cost

    Free

     

    New York has introduced and proposed numerous air permitting revisions over the past couple of years.  If your air permit or registration has not been called in by the NYSDEC, it will be in the near future. Once called in you need to be aware of the numerous changes that will impact your permit including: 
    • Inclusion of permit expiration dates in State facility Permits
    • Air Toxics provisions
    • New engine requirements
    • Proposed changes for R&D exemption
    • Proposed permit flexibility requirements
    If the permit revision is not understood or properly addressed your facility can be subject to unnecessary control or permit conditions.  Therefore, it is important for you understand these revisions and how they can potentially impact you operations.
     
  • Webinar: Staying Compliant with Air Requirements in the Marcellus/Utica Region
    Start Date: 10/23/2018
    Location: Online
    Salary: Tom Seguljic
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    Date

    October 23, 2018

    Location

    Online

    Time

    2:00pm - 3:00pm (EST)

    Cost

    Free

     

    The march of new air regulations for the oil and gas industry within the Marcellus and Utica basins has finally rescinded.  However, there are many permitting, operating, recordkeeping and reporting requirements that must be addressed for production operations within Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.  It is imperative that operators understand the potential impact of these requirements on their operations, and position themselves to reduce the impacts, and develop a system to identify and implement/track requirements. 

    This presentation will focus on both federal and state (PA, WV, and OH) requirements as well as expected trends including:

    • Fugitive leaks testing requirements
    • New GHG reporting requirements
    • New general permit for wellpads and compressor stations
    • Pigging emissions
    • CTGs Electronic reporting

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  • Webinar: Don't Get Tripped Up By Air Toxics
    Start Date: 11/06/2018
    Location: Online
    Salary: Tom Seguljic
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    Date

    November 6, 2018

    Location

    Online

    Time

    2:00pm - 3:00pm (EST)

    Cost

    Free

     

    Air Toxics are pollutants that are known or suspected to cause cancer or other serious health effects.   To address air toxics emissions, the EPA established Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants, subset of air toxics, and the Risk Technology Review (RTR) process which requires the EPA every 8 years to determine if existing MACT standards are sufficient to protect human health.   However, many states have determined that MACT and RTR are not enough to safeguard the public and environmental health. 
     
    California, Delaware, Georgia, Iowa, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia have incorporate additional requirements for the emission of air toxics that must be addressed during the permitting process.  
     
    During this presentation we will discuss the states and EPA’s approach to controlling air toxics and provide attendees with an understanding of the EPA and various state’s air toxics review and permitting requirements including:
    • Overview of EPA’s Air Toxic program and Risk and Technology Review
    • Overview of various state air toxic programs
    • Case Studies

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  • CT RCRA & DOT Training
    Start Date: 11/09/2018
    Location: Bristol, CT
    Salary: Tom Dolce
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    Date

    November 9, 2018

    Location

    DoubleTree by Hilton, 42 Century Drive, Bristol, CT 06010
    (860) 589-7766

    Time
    RCRA Training:  8:00am - 12:00pm
    DOT Training: 1:00pm - 5:00pm
     
    Cost

    RCRA: $245pp/$225pp for multiple registrants from same company 
    DOT: $195pp/$180pp for multiple registrants from same company

     

     

    RCRA Training

    HRP's fast-paced RCRA seminar is designed to provide both entry-level and experienced environmental managers with a comprehensive review of state and federal hazardous waste regulations. The four-hour seminar assists industry in meeting their annual RCRA training requirement. Regulatory examples and case histories are used during this seminar to emphasize and reinforce aspects of the hazardous waste regulations. The key training topics include:

    • What wastes are hazardous?
    • Satellite accumulation requirements
    • Hazardous waste classification differences
    • Container management requirements
    • Universal wastes
    • Used oil requirements
    • Enforcement
    • What to do if inspected

    Certificates of Completion will be provided to all attendees.

     

    DOT Training

    The highly-interactive DOT four-hour training program is designed to provide both entry level and experienced environmental managers with an in depth understanding on how to properly prepare a hazardous material package for transportation and their responsibilities under the DOT’s Hazardous Material Transportation regulations. The Hazardous Material Transportation Training Manual, which is designed to address the types of issues environmental professionals face on a daily basis, provides a clear and concise reference on how to complete each step for hazardous materials transportation. Topics to be introduced and discussed during the four-hour session include the following:

    • Classifying a Hazardous Material;
    • DOT Hazard Classes;
    • Hazardous Substances/Marine Pollutants/Elevated Temperature Materials;
    • How to read and use Hazardous Material Table 172.101;
    • Proper Shipping Name Identification;
    • Proper Packaging;
    • How to Mark and Label hazardous materials packages;
    • How to prepare Shipping Papers;
    • Placarding Requirements;
    • Training and Record Keeping requirements;
    • Safety and Emergency Response Information requirements; and
    • DOT Security requirements.

    Certificates of Completion will be provided to all attendees who successfully pass the required quiz. Every attendee will receive a copy of the most recent Emergency Response Guidebook.

     

    Who Should Attend

    Those involved in the following activities should attend the RCRA training: 

    • Hazardous Waste Accumulation
    • Hazardous Waste Management
    • Hazardous Waste Shipping
    • Hazardous Waste Recordkeeping or Reporting
    • Environmental Compliance
    • Risk Management
    • Emergency Management

    Those involved in the following activities should attend the DOT training: 

    • Shipping hazardous materials and/or hazardous waste
    • Receiving hazardous materials and/or hazardous waste
    • Preparing shipping papers and/or waste manifests
    • Packaging hazardous materials
    • Preparing packages of hazardous materials for shipment
    • Supervising employees who perform any of the functions above

    HRP invites you to participate in either or both of these training sessions. Breakfast will be provided for RCRA Training registrants. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided for those who register for both training sessions.

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  • CT ISO 45001 Health & Safety Management System Training
    Start Date: 11/12/2018
    Location: Farmington, CT
    Salary: Russell Ballard
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    Date

    November 12, 2018
    November 13, 2018

    Location

    HRP Associates, Inc., 197 Scott Swamp Road, Farmington, CT 

    Time

    1:00pm – 5:00pm (November 12, 2018)
    9:00am – 12:00pm (November 13, 2018)

    Cost

    $600

     

    This one and a half (1.5) day course is designed for associates who will be involved in the development, implementation, maintenance or improvement of their organization’s occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS).  This training incorporates the new requirements of the just released ISO 45001 standard and the differences with the previous OHSAS 18001 standard.  This course is beneficial for both managers who provide their leadership towards the success of the management system and for associates (including “management reps”) who are responsible for the tasks to keep the OHSMS functioning.  A certificate will be provided upon completion of in-class exercises.


    Course Objectives

    • Understand the concepts and benefits of an occupational health and safety management system
    • Gain detailed knowledge of the ISO 45001 requirements
    • Understand the differences with the previous OHSAS 18001 standard.
    • Have the knowledge to implement or update your health & safety management system
    • Participate in hands-on exercises to practice learned concepts
    • Gain ideas on integrating the management system into business/operations
    • Know the common mistakes and industry best practices
  • CT ISO 45001 Internal Auditor Training
    Start Date: 11/13/2018
    Location: Farmington, CT
    Salary: Russell Ballard
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    Date

    November 13, 2018

    Location

    HRP Associates, Inc., 197 Scott Swamp Road, Farmington, CT 

    Time

    1:00pm – 5:00pm

    Cost

    $300

     

    This half day course is designed for both associates that will be conducting internal audits and managers that are responsible for the outcome of either internal or Registrar audits.  This class MUST be taken in conjunction with the ISO 45001 health and safety management system training class (immediately prior) in order to ensure participants have training in both the requirements of ISO 45001 and in auditing techniques.  Certificate will be provided upon completion of in-class exercises.

     

    Course Objectives

    • Understand the purpose and benefit of the internal audit process
    • Learn how to develop an audit plan
    • Practice audit techniques in hands-on exercises
    • Know the common mistakes with closing meetings, report writing and corrective actions
    • Achieve training qualifications for internal auditing

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  • MA RCRA & DOT Training
    Start Date: 12/12/2018
    Location: Boxborough, MA
    Salary: Tom Dolce
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    Date

    December 12, 2018

    Location

    Boxboro Regency, 242 Adams Place, Boxborough, MA
    (888) 309-1787

    Time

    RCRA Training:  8:00am - 12:00pm
    DOT Training: 1:00pm - 5:00pm

    Cost

    RCRA: $245pp/$225pp for multiple registrants from same company 
    DOT: $195pp/$180pp for multiple registrants from same company

     

    RCRA Training

    HRP's fast-paced RCRA seminar is designed to provide both entry-level and experienced environmental managers with a comprehensive review of state and federal hazardous waste regulations. The four-hour seminar assists industry in meeting their annual RCRA training requirement. Regulatory examples and case histories are used during this seminar to emphasize and reinforce aspects of the hazardous waste regulations. The key training topics include:

    • What wastes are hazardous?
    • Satellite accumulation requirements
    • Hazardous waste classification differences
    • Container management requirements
    • Universal wastes
    • Used oil requirements
    • Enforcement
    • What to do if inspected

    Certificates of Completion will be provided to all attendees.

     

    DOT Training

    The highly-interactive DOT four-hour training program is designed to provide both entry level and experienced environmental managers with an in depth understanding on how to properly prepare a hazardous material package for transportation and their responsibilities under the DOT’s Hazardous Material Transportation regulations. The Hazardous Material Transportation Training Manual, which is designed to address the types of issues environmental professionals face on a daily basis, provides a clear and concise reference on how to complete each step for hazardous materials transportation. Topics to be introduced and discussed during the four-hour session include the following:

    • Classifying a Hazardous Material;
    • DOT Hazard Classes;
    • Hazardous Substances/Marine Pollutants/Elevated Temperature Materials;
    • How to read and use Hazardous Material Table 172.101;
    • Proper Shipping Name Identification;
    • Proper Packaging;
    • How to Mark and Label hazardous materials packages;
    • How to prepare Shipping Papers;
    • Placarding Requirements;
    • Training and Record Keeping requirements;
    • Safety and Emergency Response Information requirements; and
    • DOT Security requirements.

    Certificates of Completion will be provided to all attendees who successfully pass the required quiz. Every attendee will receive a copy of the most recent Emergency Response Guidebook.
     

    Who Should Attend

    Those involved in the following activities should attend the RCRA training: 

    • Hazardous Waste Accumulation
    • Hazardous Waste Management
    • Hazardous Waste Shipping
    • Hazardous Waste Recordkeeping or Reporting
    • Environmental Compliance
    • Risk Management
    • Emergency Management

    Those involved in the following activities should attend the DOT training: 

    • Shipping hazardous materials and/or hazardous waste
    • Receiving hazardous materials and/or hazardous waste
    • Preparing shipping papers and/or waste manifests
    • Packaging hazardous materials
    • Preparing packages of hazardous materials for shipment
    • Supervising employees who perform any of the functions above

    HRP invites you to participate in either or both of these training sessions. Breakfast will be provided for RCRA Training registrants. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided for those who register for both training sessions.

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  • RCRA Updates Overview - Recording Available
    Salary: Jackie Baxley, PE
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    The Hazardous Waste Generator Improvements Rule was published in the Federal Register on November 28, 2016.  The objectives of this new rule is to:

    • Increase flexibility for generators of hazardous waste
    • Improve environmental protection
    • Improve generator compliance
    • Reorganize hazardous waste generator regulations
    • Correct technical errors

    This rule will take effect on May 30, 2017 for generators located in Iowa, Alaska, US territories and tribal lands.  Authorized states will be required to adopt the more stringent provisions by July 1, 2018 (2019 if state law change is needed).  Authorized states may choose to not adopt the less stringent provisions or those provisions that are considered equally stringent to existing rules.

    The purpose of this webinar is to introduce you to the key provisions of this rule change so that when your state adopts these rules (either all or in part), you are ready for compliance!

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Testimonials


"I started in environmental in 1981, switched to safety only in 1997, and now am back over the group that loads out our hazardous waste.  This was my second year with you instructing.  You do a very good job.  Your DOT session was definitely the most challenging I have ever had for a review course.  You covered very many interesting points.  Thank you for the work you put into the preparation.  It was good for my guys (especially one new one) to see the breadth of responsibility his job now carries outside of the plant, and also the potential ramifications for not performing each task accurately."

        - 2013 attendee of our DOT Hazardous Materials Training

"Overall I thought the training was well thought out and applicable to the issues we deal with day in and day out."

        - 2016 attendee of our Brown Bag Webinar Series

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