— Webinar Recording —
Originally Presented: June 6, 2013 by Bob Beyke, Manager, Environmental Compliance, Milestone Contractors; Jon Callahan, Operations Manager, Palmer Paving Corp.; and Dr. Howard Marks, NAPA Vice President of Environment, Health & Safety
Of the many mandatory reporting requirements of the EPA’s Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA), only some are applicable to asphalt plants. In this webinar, originally aired on June 6, 2013, Bob Beyke, Manager, Environmental Compliance for Milestone Contractors; Jon Callahan, Operations Manager for Palmer Paving Corp.; and Dr. Howard Marks, NAPA Vice President of Environment, Health & Safety, will review compliance obligations for EPCRA reporting. The focus will include Hazardous Chemical Storage Reporting Requirements (Sections 311-312) and Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reporting (Section 313)..
Takeaways from the webinar will include:
- Developing your facility's hazardous chemicals inventory
- Reporting hazardous chemicals under EPCRA (Sections 311-312)
- Determining whether your facility needs to report under EPCRA Section 313, EPA's TRI Program
- Identifying TRI applicability; NAICS/SIC code determination; workplace hours threshold; PAC and hydrogen sulfide reporting
TRT: 1 hour 3 minutes
This product is non-refundable. It will be downloadable to your computer immediately after you place the order and submit payment.