Emissions of air from both stationary and moving sources are governed by the Clean Air Act (CAA), a comprehensive federal statute. To safeguard public health and welfare and to control emissions of harmful air pollutants, this law gives the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) the authority to set National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS).
The course is designed to help students consider the underlying logic of the CAA’s operation, which NSPS, NESHAP and air toxics source category standards apply at a particular site and the process and purpose of reviewing new sources.
From operating permits and emissions controls to greenhouse gas reporting, the goal of this course is to prepare environmental professionals to supervise and maintain site compliance with the Clean Air Act.
training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120(e)(3)(i) defined by Federal OSHA HAZWOPER for general industry.
training requirements of 29 CFR 1926.65(e)(3)(i) defined by Federal OSHA HAZWOPER for construction sector.
HAZWOPER training requirements for EPA and State OSHA guidelines.
The training applies to every OSHA employee, who intends to address emergencies disturbing the
sustained operations of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration office. This includes
employees handling hazardous waste material.
The learning objectives of the course include:
Complying With CAA Operating Permits Procurement and Compliance
Releases Prevention and Risk Management Planning (RMP)
EPA’s Acid Rain (SO2) Cap-And-Trade Program of EPA
NSR (New Source Review) for Construction and Alterations
NAAQS (National Ambient Air Quality Standards) Of EPA
New Source Performance Standards (NSPS)
NESHAPS – National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants
Responsibilities for the Treatment of Ozone-Depleting Constituents
Reporting Requirements of GHG (Annual Greenhouse Gas)
Quiz will be held at the end of each module to comprehend the knowledge of students about that
module and its relevant aspects. It is mandatory to pass all quizzes to be able to take final