Environmental Training Institute (ETI)

The UT Arlington Division for Enterprise Development offers compliance assistance training for those managing environmental challenges or implementing environmental regulations in Air, Waste, Water and Management. Through training and education, you or your employees can play an active role in your sustainable compliance strategy. Visits from the EPA can be extremely expensive. Avoid paying penalties by educating your workforce. Courses can be taken individually or in support of certificate programs, simply register for your courses and begin the learning process. Finally, with contract or on-site training, we bring the course materials and experts to your facility, customizing the curriculum for your business, on a schedule that is convenient for your operations.


FEATURED EVENTS

NEW! ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS ISO 14001:2015 Self-Paced Course

This course specifies general requirements and guidelines of the new ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System (EMS) standard. A fully implemented EMS will provide reasonable assurance of minimal negative environmental impact, improved environmental performance and sustainable growth. EMS can be utilized as a launching pad to move organizations towards sustainability through environmental source reduction, self-regulation, and continuous improvement.

NEW! ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS ISO 14001:2015 Self-Paced Course


UPCOMING CLASSES

INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

Environmental and safety managers need a working knowledge of the laws regulating the operations of their businesses. They may be called upon to interpret regulations, collect and preserve evidence, or defend their employers' practices. Environmental employees have been found liable individually, and even charged criminally, pursuant to the environmental laws.

MGE811 INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
May 25-27, 2022 at 8:30 AM Central Time

MANAGING HAZARDOUS WASTE IN TEXAS WORKSHOP (WEBINAR)

This 8-hour course covers the state-specific regulations for managing hazardous and industrial waste in Texas. Topics include: Texas regulations vs. Federal regulations, hazardous and industrial wastes classification, identifying and managing Texas-Specific universal wastes, regulatory exclusions and exceptions, preparing the Hazardous waste manifest, recordkeeping and reporting requirements in Texas, as well as pollution prevention planning.

WST410 MANAGING HAZARDOUS WASTE IN TEXAS WORKSHOP (WEBINAR)
June 3, 2022 at 8:30 AM Central Time

RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY ACT (ONLINE WEBINAR)

This course is designed for professionals who must understand the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). RCRA describes both the federal statute and regulatory law for managing, storing, and shipping hazardous waste. Participants will learn about the rule's applicability and exemptions that may be applied under certain circumstances. They will understand the basics of making waste determinations (solid waste, hazardous waste, universal waste, and used oil), how to differentiate the three generator classes, and waste management practices that apply to each.

WST401 RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY ACT (ONLINE WEBINAR)
June 7-10, 2022 at 8:30 AM Central Time

EPA OUTREACH TRAINER COURSE

Environmental compliance is the responsibility of all workers. The challenge is communicating and integrating environmental compliance into operations. Attendance and successful completion of this trainer course will provide the tools and the curriculum for course attendees to teach the EPA 8-Hour Environmental Hazard Awareness course. During the course, EPA topics will be reviewed and training techniques presented, to promote environmental awareness among workers and equip them to better protect human health and environmental resources.

ETI501 EPA OUTREACH TRAINER COURSE
June 14-17, 2022 at 8:30 AM Central Time

TOXICS RELEASE INVENTORY (TRI) REPORTING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROFESSIONALS (WEBINAR)

The purpose of this course is to give students the ability to comply with the requirements of the TRI reporting requirements under the Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act. Reporters must track a list of over 600 chemicals to ensure that they do not manufacture process or otherwise use threshold amounts. This chemical list is revised regularly, including a recent revision during the COVID-19 pandemic.

MGE818 TOXICS RELEASE INVENTORY (TRI) REPORTING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROFESSIONALS (WEBINAR)
June 15-16, 2022 at 8:30 AM Central Time




ADDITIONAL TRAINING

Contract (On-Site) Training

Onsite Training

Do you have a specific training requirement? Do you want to tailor your training to meet your specific requirements, regulatory requirements, application, personnel, or situation? We can incorporate your specific requirements to provide custom made training to fit your unique requirements. Contact us today!




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