Is your facility prepared for spills? Do you know whether your facility qualifies? What about tanks at your facility? Did you know that your facility may now be next to Waters of the United States (WOTUS)?
If facility practices of regulated entities under EPA’s Spill Prevention, control and Countermeasure (SPCC) rule are found to be noncompliant, then they would be subject to enforcement actions and agency inspections. These entities can consists of “upstream” stakeholders like the onshore drillers and “downstream” stakeholders like terminals or regulated petroleum oil refineries, bulk storage facilities or oil product distributors and natural gas processors. In case of “worst case spills,” regulated entities should prepare for Facility Response Plans (FRP).
And just when you think that you have each of your regulatory ducks in a row, you could be regulated under new regulations, like the latest WOTUS designation! Have you recently looked at your spill response strategies? A proactive approach can save much of your regulatory headaches and business money when a disaster strikes – or when the EPA comes knocking.
Attend this interactive and engaging hour with environmental attorney Tamar Cerafici. Come away with a solid business case for updating your SPCC and FRP, an understanding of the rules if you’re new to the profession, and some new insights if you’re experienced. On all levels, Tamar will help you develop knowledge, enhance your business, and meet your educational goals. Plus, you’ll get a bibliography of resources and slides and notes for reference.
Who Should Attend
Tamar J. Cerafici
Attorney 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 first Earl... More info