WHO SHOULD ATTEND: New, entry-level stationary source inspectors, regulatory agency staff, and environmental specialists in business and government.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Those completing this course will gain a basic understanding of the general information associated with air pollution control and enforcement. The following topics will be covered in this course:
• Developing a framework for designing effective compliance strategies
• Understand different concepts and principles of environmental compliance and enforcement
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This intensive 3-day course provides a framework for designing effective compliance strategies and enforcement programs.
The course defines the terms compliance and enforcement, introduces basic principles, and explores different approaches for implementing each element of the framework. The instructors who guide participants through the concepts and principles of environmental compliance and enforcement deliver the course through a series of exercises. Participants, through a “case study” will take part in a negotiation session to resolve a violation of environmental requirements that mimics a real-life enforcement situation.
WESTAR’s funding and mission limit attendance at WESTAR’s educational opportunities to staff from government air pollution control agencies.
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