EPA 8-Hour Environmental Hazard Awareness
Worker participation in implementing environmental requirements is essential to meeting performance and compliance goals. This course provides entry level workers information on environmental hazards that can be applied to support corporate environmental goals. This is accomplished by providing information on employee rights and responsibilities, identifying environmental hazards, reviewing methods to prevent and control environmental releases in the workplace, and discussing pollution prevention.
This is an outreach program course to provide attendees an overview of EPA's role and regulations with an emphasis on the workers relationship to controlling environmental releases and emissions. Upon successful completion of this course, the participant will be provided a University of Texas at Arlington course completion certificate with a wallet card to signify the participant's achievement.
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- Environmental Controls and Worker Roles & Responsibilities
- The Environmental Release Cycle
- Management Techniques for Environmental Releases
- Release Identification and Pollution Prevention
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