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Aboveground Petroleum Storage

Description:

The Aboveground Petroleum Storage Act (ASPSA) requires owners and operators of aboveground petroleum storage facilities to file a tank facility  statement and develop and implement a Spill Prevention Control  Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan.

Seminar Dates:(Click on date to download flyer/registration)

All classes 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Registration Fee: $185.00

Topics Covered:

  • Differences between the Federal Oil Pollution Prevention Program and APSA.
  • Primary causes of oil spills and how to avoid them.
  • Elements of a SPCC Plan.
  • Special Rules for qualified Facilities and Conditionally Exempted Facilities.
  • Types of tanks that are excluded from the definition of an AST.
  • Best management practices for operating and maintenance of a tank facility. 

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Asbestos Cement Pipe Cutting Initial Training

Description:

This course is for workers who will be installing, removing, or maintaining  asbestos cement pipe.  This is a Department of Occupational Safety and  Health-approved course (Course Approval No.CA -033-19.

Seminar Dates:(Click on date to download flyer/registration)

All classes 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Registration Fee: $300.00

Topics Covered:

  • Overview of regulations
  • Asbestos and its uses and forms
  • Common materials that contain asbestos
  • Health effects of asbestos exposure
  • Recognizing asbestos hazards  

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Bloodborne Pathogens

Description:

This workshop addresses OSHA's General Duty clause that required employers  to provide a Safe and Healthy workplace as well as California Code of  Regulations.

Seminar Dates:(Click on date to download flyer/registration)

Registration Fee: $75.00

Topics Covered:

  • Regulatory Scope and Application
  • Exposure Control Methods
  • Bloodborne Pathogens terms and definitio
  • Responding to a  Bloodborne Pathogens event
  • Developing an Exposure control program  

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CalOSHA 10HR General Industry Safety Order

Description:

California OSHA Title 8 Standards for General Industry Safety Order 10 Hour Course.

Seminar Dates: (Click on date to download flyer/registration)

All classes 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Registration Fee: $300.00

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction to OSHA and  the OSHA Act
  • Walking and Working Surfaces Including Fall Protection  
  • Fire Prevention plans and Fire protection
  • Exit Routes
  • Emergency Action Plans
  • Electrical
  • Personal Protection Equipment PPE
  • Hazardous Communication

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CHMM Exam Preparation

Description:

This course is intended to prepare individuals who meet the criteria to take the Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) three hour, 160  questions multiple choice certification examination. The class will  prepare an individual to translate information from a narrative format  into a multiple choice exam format. It will cover major topics including, but not limited to Federal laws and regulations, science and  technology, Health & Safety and management principle/practical  application. The class is divided into a three hour exam followed by  three hours of review of the practice exam. The review will include the process and procedure used to arrive/derive the correct/best answer.

Seminar Dates:(Click on date to download flyer/registration)

All classes 8:30 am - 3:30 pm

Registration Fee: $185.00

Topics Covered:

  • Federal Laws and Regulations
  • Science and Technology
  • Health and Safety
  • Management Principles/Practical Application
  • Process and Procedure used to  Arrive/Derive at the Correct/Best Answer

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DOT 49 CFR Hazardous Materials Transportation

Description:

Meets the requirements of the Department of Transportation CFR 49 Part 172.700 - Part 172.704 and Part 173

Seminar Dates: (Click on date to download flyer/registration)

All classes 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Registration Fee: $110.00

Topics Covered:

  • Regulatory Scope and Application
  • Using Hazardous Materials Tables
  • Preparing Hazardous Materials Transportation Documents
  • Marking, Labeling and Placing Requirements
  • Security, Awareness and Site Policies
  • Handling Emergencies and Notification
  • Hazardous Identification

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DOT Pipeline & Hazardous Materials Safety Administration - PHMSA Seminar

Description:

There is no cost to attend this seminar. Facilitated by NCA ETC in  partnership with U.S. Department of Transportation. For reservation  information visit http://hazmat.dot.gov

Seminar Dates: (Click on date to download flyer/registration)

Thursday, July 26, 2012

All classes 8:00 am  - 5:30 pm

Registration Fee: No cost to attend. - For reservation information visit http://hazmat.dot.gov

Topics Covered:

  • Hot to use, locate information and negotiate Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR:49 CFR)
  • Training and Security Requirements
  • Package Selection, Marking and Labeling
  • Shipping Papers and Emergency Response
  • Placarding Requirements
  • Transporters PHMSA Registration requirements and incident Reporting

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Essentials of Hazardous Materials Management

Description:

The Course provides an overview of the body of knoweldge neded to  successflly pass the nationally accredited Certified Hazardous Materials Manager's Exam.

Seminar Dates: (Click on date to download flyer/registration)

  • Tuesday, November, 6, 2012 (Day 1 only)
  • Wednesday, November 7, 2012 and Thursday, November 8, 2012

All classes 8:00 am  - 5:00 pm

Registration Fee: $595.00 - For information, contact Michael Kumpf at essentials@ncc-ahmp.org.

Topics Covered:

  • The identification and management of hazardous materials and hazardous wastes
  • Their impact upon human health and the environment
  • Releases and mitigation measures of hazardous materials to land, air, and groundwater
  • Restoration of the environment from hazardous materials contamination
  • The protection of land, air and water resources through compliance with Federal environmental laws;
  • Multi-discipline application of environmental management principles
  • Basic scientific concepts in chemistry, industrial hygiene, hydrology and radioactive materials.

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Hazardous Materials for Building Owners and Managers

Description:

Building owners are faced with a maze of regulations regarding asbestos, lead  and other hazardous building materials. This course is designed to get  you started on the path of compliace.

Seminar Dates: (Click on date to download flyer/registration)

All classes 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Registration Fee: $200.00

Topics Covered:

  • Identification of asbestos and lead in building materials
  • Training and notification requirements for asbestos and lead
  • Maagement of asbestos and lead
  • Hiring contractors to work with asbestos and lead
  • Overview of Universal Wastes and PCBs

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Incident Command Systems (ICS) Basics

Description:

This class will provide attendees with the ICS compliance training for state and public agency employees.   This training is mandated by (FEMA)  Federal Emergency Management Agency, (DHS) Department of Homeland  Security, and (CalEMA) California State Emergency Management Agency as  per the Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5, and the California  Emergency Act.

Seminar Dates: (Click on date to download flyer/registration)

TBA

All classes 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Registration Fee: $110.00

Topics Covered:

  • Incident Command Management System utilized by Local, State, and Federal Emergency Responders.
  • Incident Command Management System Terminology
  • Incident Command Management System Roles and Responsibilities
  • Incident Command Management System Module System
  • Implementing an Incident Command Management System at your Facility

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International Air Transportation Association Dangerous Goods Regulations

Description:

Meets the requirement for employees training under IATA-Dangerous Goods  Regulations, Section 1.5, General Awareness Training.   (Note:   DOT 49  class is also required for those who also ship/accept domestic  shipments).

Seminar Dates: (Click on date to download flyer/registration)

All classes 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Registration Fee: $130.00

Topics Covered:

  • Regulatory Applicability
  • Identifying and Classifying Dangerous Goods
  • Selecting and Preparing Packages
  • Marking and Labeling Packages
  • Preparing Shipping Papers
  • State of Operator Variations
  • Preparing and shipping Excepted Quantities and Limited Quantities

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Mold General Awareness

Description:

This course is designed to provide attendees with the basic understanding of identifying and responding to moisture and mold growth in various types of buildings. This course is designed to assist building owners,  property managers, maintenance personnel, or anyone else seeking to better understand and resolve problems associated with water intrusion  and mold contamination.

Seminar Dates:(Click on date to download flyer/registration)

TBA

All Classes 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Topics Covered:

  • What are molds
  • Identifying mold growth
  • Sources of mold growth
  • Exposure and health effects
  • Managing mold and moisture
  • Inspection and assessment
  • Appropriate response actions.

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Personal Emergency Preparedness (PEP)

Description:

This class will assist individuals to be better prepared to preserve life and minimize injuries sustained in a disaster without immediate first responder assistance.

Seminar Dates: (Click on date to download flyer/registration)

Registration Fee: $15.00

Topics Covered:

  • Creating a disaster plan
  • Communication systems options during a disaster
  • Sheltering in place, evacuation procedures and lock down situations
  • Basic first aid and principles
  • Assembling your emergency kit and supplies
  • Surviving without assistance for 72-120 hours

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NCC-AHMP Annual Regulatory Update

Seminar Dates:

    TBA

All classes - 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Registration Fee:  $185.00

Topics Covered:

  • Click HERE to contact the NCC-AHMP event coordinator

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OSHA HAZWOPER

Description:

Meets the requirements of Cal/OSHA 5192 and 29 Code of Federal Regulations 1910.120

Seminar Dates: (Click on date to download flyer/registration)

8 HOUR REFRESHER SEMINAR DATES:

24 HOUR SEMINAR STARTING:

40 HOUR SEMINAR STARTING:

All classes 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Registration Fee:

OSHA HAZWOPER 8 Hour Refresher - $140.00
OSHA HAZWOPER 24 Hour Course - $375.00
OSHA HAZWOPER 40 Hour Course - $510.00

Topics Covered:

This course meets the federal and state requirements of the annual refresher course required to maintain 24- or 40-hour HAZWOPER Certification:

  • Regulatory Scope and Application
  • Characteristics and Identification of Hazardous Substances
  • Health Effects of Hazardous Substances
  • Worker Protection and Safe Work Practices
  • Principles of Emergency Response and Incident Command
  • Pollution Prevention Principles

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Standardized Emergency Management System/National Incident Management Systems

Description:

This  class will provide attendees with the SEMS/NIMS compliance training for  state and public agency employees. This training is mandated by (FEMA)  Federal Emergency Management Agency, (DHS) Department of Homeland  Security, and (CalEMA) California State Emergency Maagement Agency as  per the Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5, and the California  Emergency Act..

Seminar Dates: (Click on date to download flyer/registration)

TBA

All classes 8:00am - 12:00 pm

Registration Fee: $110.00

Topics Covered:

  • A combined course on Incident Command Management System utilized by Local, State, and Federal Emergency Responders.
  • Covers the  State Emergency Management System SEMS Introduction, and the National  Incident Management System IS 100, IS 200, and IS 700.
  • Familiarization of Terms, Systems, and Roles of Individuals during a Critical Incident or disaster.
  • Identifies Roles and Expectation of Institutional Emergency Responders.
  • Identifies and  Explains use of Integrated/Standardized Systems to Request Emergency  Services of Allied Agencies and how Agencies work cooperatively toward  Unified Goals/Objectives

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Title 22: Hazardous Waste Handling

Description:

Meets the requirements of California Code of regulations, CCR Section 66265.16.

Seminar Dates:(Click on date to download flyer/registration)

All classes 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Registration Fee: $110.00

Topics Covered:

  • Regulatory Scope and Application
  • Hazardous Waste Characterization
  • Hazardous Waste Labeling and Identification
  • Hazardous Waste Storage Requirements
  • Transporting Hazardous Waste
  • Demystifying Hazardous Waste
  • Hazardous Waste Accumulation

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Underground Storage Tank Designated Operator Exam Preparation

Description:

Designed to aid individuals with their preparation for the "California UST  Operator Exam" administered by ICC. The training materials include  training manuals with all required reference materials, color flow  charts to help you navigate through the laws and regulations, and  practice exams.

Seminar Dates:(Click on date to download flyer/registration

All classes 8:00am - 3:00 pm

Registration Fee: $185.00

Topics Covered:

  • Conducting a Designated Operator Inspection
  • Examples of UST Monitoring Equipment and Requirement
  • Overview of the Components of a UST System
  • Release Reporting and Recording Requirements
  • Conducting Facility Inspections
  • Financial Responsibility and Record Keeping Requirements
  • Exam Preparation Techniques and Studying Time Management Strategies

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Workplace Violence Prevention/Active Shooter

Description:

This workshop addresses Federal and State OPSHA General duty clause and the  recommendations (Standards Pending)  of Federal and State OSHA.

Seminar Dates:(Click on date to download flyer/registration)

All classes 8:00am - 3:00 pm

This workshop can be presented at your work site. For more information regarding this workshop contact the NCAETC [CLICK HERE]

Registration Fee: $140.00

Topics Covered:

  • Types of Workplace Violence - WPV
  • Recognizing and Diffusing Incidents
  • Site Risk Assessment
  • Development of a WPV Policy
  • Steps to Prepare for an Active Shooter on Site
  • Response Options During an Active Shooter Incident
  • Procedures after the Event

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BERC Classes

Description:

The following courses are being offered at the Business Environmental Resource Center (BERC) located in Sacramento, CA.

Seminar Dates: (Click on date to download flyer/registration)

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The NCA ETC is an Approved Accrediation Agency for REHS Contact hours. Now you can maintain your continuing education requiremenst with approved course from the Northern California Environmental Training Center. See our current training schedule or go to the CDPH website for more information.

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