Date: May 19, 2010
Time: 9 am to 11 am
Location: Plymouth, Minnesota
(inquire about reduced cost for multiple attendees from same company)
Attendance is limited to individuals from permitted facilities; class size limited
This training is being provided to individuals who have responsibilities for managing implementation of the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) for their permitted industrial facility. Topics include an overview of permit compliance requirements, documentation, annual review requirements and keeping SWPPP program up-to-date.
Training will also cover corrective action and evaluating benchmark monitoring results.
All attendees will receive a training certificate to document successful completion of training.
Why is SWPPP Implementation Training Needed?
Effective April 5, 2010, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) requires specific training for certain staff at each facility permitted under the new General Permit for Industrial Stormwater Discharges.
Each facility must designate an individual responsible for implementation and management of the SWPPP program. These individuals are required under the permit to have specific training on SWPPP implementation, compliance, review and amendments.
To register, email contact information below to firstname.lastname@example.org
Or call (763) 208-6430 to register or for more information
Additional SWPPP Implementation Training Sessions:
Preregister or get further information on SWPPP Implementation, Review & Amendment Training tentatively planned in July-September 2010 in:
Moorhead, Minnesota - scheduled June 3
Saint Cloud, Minnesota
Mankato, Minnesota - scheduled May 27
For more information or to be placed on pre-registration list for a session, email email@example.com
Also coming soon…
Stormwater inspection training………….July-October 2010
Stormwater monitoring training………....January-March 2011
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