The Small Business Assistance Program will be presenting an Environmental Auditor’s Workshop: Managing Environmental Compliance at Rutgers University on June 12. The targeted audience for the workshop is the regulated community including industry, consultants and other government entities regulated by the Department. DEP staff will guide the regulated community through the tasks of managing environmental obligations for companies in New Jersey. Attendees will learn how environmental regulations by the State and Federal government often require monitoring, chemical inventorying, hazardous waste manifesting, data collecting, data reporting, and coordinating a variety of prevention plans. This year’s Environmental Auditors Course is focusing on regulatory changes. Presentations will cover which environmental rules have recently changed and what new rule proposals are on the horizon.
Find out how you can stay informed of those changes that matter to your company. Gain a better understanding on how new enforcement policies can help avoid unnecessary penalties. Hear about NJDEP and USEPA programs that help companies with their environmental obligations.
What Will You Learn?
New Air Toxics Rules, New Underground Storage Tank Rules, New Federal NESHAPs, New Air Permits, New Emissions Standards and New Enforcement Policies.
Question regarding the course can be directed to Rutgers Office of Continuing and Professional Education at (732) 932-9271 M-F, 8am – 4:30pm or online at: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/courses/current/en0201ca.html.