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Accidental Release Prevention: How to Meet Current Requirements and Prepare for the Future of the Risk Management Programs

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Accidental Release Prevention: How to Meet Current Requirements and Prepare for the Future of the Risk Management Programs - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to meet the current requirements and what the future holds for the accidental release prevention risk management program requirements.


 

The EPA has requested delay of the effective date of its final rule amending the Accidental Release Prevention Requirements for Risk Management Programs (RMP) under the Clean Air Act to February 19, 2019. But this delay doesn’t mean you get a reprieve from compliance—nor does it mean you should put off learning about potential changes to the regulations. The EPA’s pending rule and the agency’s ongoing review of the rule will have a high impact on many companies nationwide.

Proactive safety managers should learn what should be done now to satisfy current compliance obligations and get a jump on learning how the rule seeks to improve accident prevention program elements, enhance emergency preparedness requirements, and ensure that emergency responders and the public have access to pertinent information. Additionally, important is learning the issues prompting EPA’s ongoing review of the revisions and what the outcomes may be.

By learning what’s expected to change and how your company will be affected you’ll be better prepared to manage risks going forward. Learn more with this on-demand webinar exploring proven strategies for successfully and comprehensively addressing this growing workplace challenge.

You’ll learn:

  • How to assess the existing RMP requirements
  • How to evaluate the impact the EPA’s final rule amending the Accidental Release Prevention Requirements for RMPs under the Clean Air Act will have on your organization
  • Why the EPA is continuing to review the final rule amending the Accidental Release Prevention Requirements for RMPs and the expected outcomes of the review 
  • Who must submit an RMP
  • Which chemicals will have to be reported under an RMP
  • Mandatory information to include on the RMP to satisfy existing and new regulations for the hazard assessment, prevention program and the emergency response program
  • How to capture required data for RMP in real time—and all year long
  • Best practices for resubmitting, correcting, de-registering, or withdrawing a RMP

 

About your presenter:

Gery Giannini, CET, CIT, MTM Gery Giannini, CET, CIT, MTM
Director of Safety Sales & Training
Heritage Group Safety

Gery P. Giannini, CET, CIT, MTM, is the Director of Safety Sales & Training at Heritage Group Safety. Gery is a consultant with a diversified background who performs site safety and compliance audits, assists customers in the design and development of site safety programs and can help customize site specific training programs. Some of his specialties are focused on, Asbestos Operations and Maintenance Programs and Chemical Hazard Response and Emergency Rescue. He employs a number of creative hands-on and tabletop training techniques in his courses to ensure competency in subject matter and that employees can demonstrate required technical skills.

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