Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Rules Discussed at Environmental Workshop

Key topics covered at the Complete Environmental Regulations workshop include greenhouse gas rules regarding air quality, water quality, chemical controls and waste management.

For managers and supervisors who need an in-depth overview of today’s environmental regulations, Lion Technology Inc., a leading regulatory compliance training firm, will soon be presenting its Complete Environmental Regulations workshop. Key topics include air quality, water quality, chemical controls, and waste management. Students will learn how to comply with new requirements, including new reporting responsibilities under the 261-page greenhouse gas rule.

The comprehensive two-day workshop will be held in St. Louis, MO on May 16–17; Chicago, IL on May 19–20; Pittsburgh, PA on June 13–14; Cincinnati, OH on June 16–17; Indianapolis, IN on June 20–21; and Rochester, NY on June 23–24. Group pricing is available. Registration includes course reference materials, networking luncheon, certificate of achievement, and one year of follow-up support. Registration starts at 7:30 a.m., and the workshop runs from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Pre-registration is highly recommended. To register, call (888) 546-6511 or visit www.Lion.com/EPARules.

The latest round of U.S. EPA regulatory initiatives includes the new mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule issued on October 30, 2009. Under the new rule, the EPA will, for the first time, require large emitters of greenhouse gases to monitor and report their emissions. The new rule went into effect on December 29, 2009.

Lion Technology Director of Corporate Training, Scott Dunsmore, an acclaimed expert on environmental regulations, stresses that, “It is imperative for industry to keep up-to-date with changing regulations. EH&S excellence can provide your company with a competitive advantage in today’s business environment.”

The program is also essential for those who are applying for ISO 14000 registrations and must know how to systematically identify all “relevant legal requirements” as required by the International Organization of Standardization (ISO).

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