Upcoming Programs


An understanding of basic environmental law is an essential foundation of environmental management. Companies sometimes find themselves out of compliance because they don't understand environmental requirements or even how to find them. This course will help you understand a variety of statutes and regulatory programs that regulate impacts to water, air, land, species, and ecosystems.

October 1, 2023 to September 29, 2024, Online
Free Excavation and Trenching Event

This course contains no sessions.
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The principle objective of HAZMAT Prep and Response is to protect human health and the environment from dangers related to releases of hazardous materials due to mishandling, improper storage, poor identification, or unforeseen circumstances.This class serves as an 8 hour refresher for the HAZWOPER, and covers the first responder awareness level and first responder operations level for preparing and responding to a HazMat incident. Topics will include a basic introduction to regulations regarding HazMat; common terms associated with HazMat, how to identify HazMat using placards, labels, and other documentation; how to use a site safety plan; and how to use an emergency response guidebook to respond to an accident.

October 1, 2023 to September 29, 2024, Online
Successful completion of this one-day course will provide foundational knowledge for staff to achieve compliance with NPDES permit conditions. Topics include: development of a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP), review of best management practices (BMPs), sampling and monitoring strategies, and understanding permit conditions.

Tuesday, October 15, 2024, University Hall
OSHA 5410 Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the Maritime Industry

September 16-20, 2024, AGC Mobile
This half-day course introduces the concepts and requirements of the Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) rule (40 CFR Part 112). It can act as your required annual SPCC training and is also a great introduction for new oil- handling personnel. The material focuses on industrial, commercial, agricultural, and public facilities using or storing oil and covers essential topics.

Wednesday, October 16, 2024, University Hall