Have you looked at your spill response strategies lately? A proactive approach can save your business money and regulatory headaches when the EPA comes knocking – or when disaster strikes.
Regulated entities under EPA's Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) rule are subject to agency inspections and enforcement actions if facility practices are found to be non-compliant. These entities include “downstream” stakeholders, such as regulated petroleum oil refineries or terminals, natural gas processors, oil product distributors or bulk storage facilities, as well as “upstream” stakeholders, such as onshore drillers.
EPA has recently updated guidance and regulations for SPCC inspections and training. Join environmental attorney and expert speaker Tamar Cerafici for this informative and interactive program as she guides you through the changes and helps you recognize hidden business opportunity in compliance practices.
You’ll come away with a solid business case for updating your SPCC, an understanding of the rules if you’re new to the profession, and some new insights if you’re experienced. On all levels, this session will help you develop knowledge, enhance your business, and meet your educational goals. Also get handouts identifying SPCC updates, including slides and notes.
Who should attend?
Attorney Tamar Cerafici is an internationally recognized leader and legal specialist in the often complex and challenging nuclear regulatory industry. She has been at the forefront of the industry in building regulatory and policy framework for a new generation of nuclear plants. She was a major contributor to the firs... More info