8-Hour HAZWOPER Refresher - OTC 202
Course Description: 8-Hour HAZWOPER Training is designed for hazardous waste operations and emergency response workers who must satisfy their annual 8-hour refresher training course requirement.
EPA Lead RRP - OTC 203
Course Description: This 1-day (8-hr) class explains how to comply with EPA’s Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Rule. Subjects covered include: health effects, regulations, lead safe work practices, containment, cleaning & record keeping. After passing the required exam, students receive RRP Certificates the same day.
OTC 204 – 40-Hour HAZWOPER
Course Description: The 40-Hour HAZWOPER course is designed to ensure awareness and promote safety among employees who may be exposed to chemical hazards in their workplace. The objective is to ensure that employees operate in the safest possible manner in situations where contact with potentially hazardous materials is likely.
OTC 213 Qualified Stormwater Developer (QSD)
Course Description: This course includes all QSP training modules: Training Overview and Regulations, Erosion Processes and Sediment Control, SWPPP Implementation, Monitoring, and Reporting. The course also provides an additional 3 modules: Project Planning and Site Assessment, SWPPP Development and Permit Registration Documents (PRDs) and Project Closeout. There will be an in-depth review of the information for individuals planning to become construction QSDs and information concerning the Construction General Permit (CGP).
OTC 214 Qualified Stormwater Practitioner (QSP)
Course Description: This course will provide a review for individuals planning to become construction QSPs. The curriculum consists of 5 modules: Training Overview and Regulations, Erosion Processes and Sediment Control, SWPPP Implementation, Monitoring, and Reporting. There will be an in-depth review of information concerning the Construction General Permit (CGP).
OTC 216 Industrial Stormwater General Permit Workshop
Course Description: The California State Water Resources Control Board has issued revisions to the 2012 Third Draft NPDES Industrial General Permit (IGP). This draft permit and related documents became available for public viewing on 7/18/2012. Similar to the Construction General Permit (CGP), the IGP requires dischargers to comply with minimum technology-based effluent limitations (referred to as “BCT/BAT”), plus additional stringent limitations necessary to meet local water quality standards (WQS). This workshop is designed to assist those interested with understanding how they are affected and the major changes proposed.