This course is designed to qualify field inspectors and design personnel in the appropriate preparation, inspection, and implementation of the suitable site specific erosion and sediment control techniques.
The course includes storm water design techniques and construction installation practices required by designers and environmental coordinators. The course emphasizes construction site hydrology, use of the approved product list, design of sediment traps and basins, and preparation of a storm water prevention and pollution plan (SWP3).
This course covers topics specific to designers of storm water plans. Participants are required to successfully complete an end of course examination proving competency or attainment of the course objectives.
ENV301 is part of a series of classes designed to provide the tools necessary to achieve effective erosion and sediment control on TxDOT projects: ENV 300, ENV 301, and ENV 103. ENV 300 provides an introduction and overview with a focus on inspection, and ENV 103 is a field exercise.
For Day Two, upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
1. Recognize and apply hydrology methods including the rational method, the TP-40 method and the 90th percentile method.
2. Access and utilize the approved product list for slope and channel protection products.
3. Design effective sediment traps and basins.
COURSE DURATION (in hours):
Day Two: All design personnel involved in storm water erosion and settlement control.
ENV300, Stormwater Erosion & Sediment Day 1
8:00am - 5:00pm
These courses may be offered at a future date. Click the course Title link for more information.
Back to Top