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Updates on EPA's Refrigerant Management Rules - and How to Stay Current with the Changes in Requirements (EGY718B)

Presented by: Vince Marchesani, Ph.D.
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Understand and Get Ready for EPA’s Revised Section 608 Refrigerant Management Rules

On 18 November 2016, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a final rule updating its refrigerant management requirements. The rule, which revises section 608, took effect on January 1, 2017. However, some provisions had compliance dates of January 1, 2018 and January 1, 2019. The revised rule extends refrigerant management requirements to common substitutes like hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) – and contains major changes to Section 608 that all environment, health and safety (EHS) professionals should be aware of.

Understanding the requirements of the updated section 608 requirements may be a challenge – but it’s cost effective.

Join this highly informative, two-part webinar by industry veteran Vince Marchesani,who will walk you through the revised Section 608 and its updated regulatory requirements. He will also teach you a method for ongoing compliance with existing and future legislative and regulatory requirements.

In the first part, Marchesani will address updates on EPA’s refrigerant management rules. In the second part, he will teach you how to be aware of changes in EPA requirements, and remain in compliance with them. You will learn how to stay current with EPA rules, state and local requirements, trade association requirements and company requirements.

Marchesani will provide valuable insights on areas such as technician certification, refrigerant recovery and recycling equipment, refrigerant leaks, refrigerant sales restrictions, major record keeping requirements, safe disposal, requirements for reclamation, and service practice requirements. You will also learn the elements of a plan/manual to help reduce the fear associated with not knowing the new requirements in the government pipeline, and be more confident in your ability to manage environmental health and safety at your facility.

Session Highlights

You will learn how to:

  • Address the requirements of the updated EPA refrigerant management program
  • Address potential EPA enforcement penalties associated with noncompliance with section 608 regulations
  • Prepare a plan/manual designed to provide knowledge and confidence in addressing these and other requirements
  • Identify the key elements which make up the plan/manual
  • Prepare 25-30 page document on all existing EHS requirements, including how to prepare for and address future requirements

Who Should Attend

  • EHS Managers
  • EHS Directors
  • EHS Vice Presidents
About Our Speaker(s)

Vince Marchesani | Environmental Regulations SpeakerVince Marchesani Ph.D.
Dr. Vince J. Marchesani is the President and CEO of Environmental, Health and Safety International, LLC. Vince has held the position of VP, Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) at Basell (retired). He has 30+ years of experience in the chemical industry. His educational qualifications include B.S. and M.S. degrees fr... More info

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