The Environmental Health & Safety Issues class is scheduled to be held virtually, in eight, three-hour increments on the following days: 10/11, 10/12, 10/18, 10/19, 10/25, 10/26, 11/1 and 11/2 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Environmental Health and Safety Issues presents best practices for developing and managing an effective environmental health and safety program. You will learn about the regulatory process and how it affects facilities. Compliance with laws and regulations is a key focus. The course will prepare you to conduct site assessments, analyze risk, and cooperate with compliance audits. The course also guides learners through the planning process to mitigate the risk from any workplace emergency, specifically addressing hazardous materials, air quality, water pollution, asbestos and lead hazards, and tank management. The management of and response to specific indoor environmental quality complaints is also addressed. Upon successful completion of this course, learners will be able to:
- Develop and manage an effective environmental health and safety program, integrating sustainable best practices wherever appropriate
- Ensure that your facilities are in compliance with Federal, state, and local regulatory mandates
- Assess environmental risk factors and prepare for compliance audits
- Address emergency environmental health situations through proper planning and incident response
- Maintain health and safety records in accordance with industry best practices
- Manage indoor environmental quality complaints related to air, water, mold, radon, asbestos, and other environmental hazards
- Execute appropriate record keeping, reporting, and other requirements associated with aboveground and underground storage tank regulations
- Design and implement a waste management program, including recycling and disposal of all forms of waste including landfills waste, hazardous waste, universal, electronic, and tenant-generated waste
Erik Carlson| Metro Services Group
Erik began his engineering career in 2005, working as a Utility Engineer in downtown San Francisco. After eight years of hands-on experience working his way up as a Journeyman Engineer and Assistant Chief Engineer he moved into engineering management, overseeing a wide range of facilities including Class-A offices, Life Sciences, healthcare, hospitality and residential buildings. He currently manages a portfolio of facilities Engineering Departments across northern California as a Regional Engineering Manager for Metro Services Group.
He has earned a wide variety of certifications from various institutions and companies including BOMA, PG&E, EPA and Graduating from the Stationary Engineers Union Local 39 Apprenticeship program.
To request an invoice, please email Sylwia Preis at [email protected] and to register with a credit card, log into www.bomasf.org and follow the prompts.
Member rate: $1,250 (includes digital copy of book)
Printed book: Additional $60