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|Date & Time:||1/28/2014 9:55:00 AM|
|Subject||[SRRA]: LSRP Hot Topics Training - The RI Deadline Extension and More|
[SRRA]: LSRP Hot Topics Training - The RI Deadline Extension and More
The DEP Site Remediation Program is hosting Hot Topics Training on three important topics on February 6th: Overview of the Remedial Investigation (RI) Extension Legislation, Case Inventory Document (CID) Form Changes, and Transitioning a Remedial Funding Source (RFS) into Financial Assurance (FA)
* An overview of the recent legislation that allows for the extension of the deadline for completing remedial investigations of certain sites will be provided. The statutory criteria that need to be met to qualify for the extension will be discussed, as well as available Department resources.
* An overview of the new Case Inventory Document (CID) that has been re-formatted in anticipation of the launch of Online Services for submittal of electronic documents. New data fields and identifiers have been included, which will allow the CID information to be migrated into NJDEP's data management system for better tracking. This is a good opportunity to become familiar with the new electronic format and have questions answered.
* The process of transitioning a remediation funding source (RFS) to financial assurance (FA) will be described. Financial assurance is required when a site is issued a remedial action permit that includes an engineering control.
Each topic will include a question and answer period. This course is being submitted to the Site Remediation Professional Licensing Board for 'Regulatory' Continuing Education Credits. Credits are only offered to participants that attend in person.
To attend in person, please register on the LSRPA website at:
To attend via Webinar please go to:
Once registered, you will receive an email confirming your registration with information you need to join the Webinar.
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