Stormwater Training Programs

 

Water Pollution Control Managers

8-Hour Water Pollution Control Manager Training Course Per Caltrans Specifications 13-1.01D(4)(b)

NEW JOB TITLES AND ROLES – Prior to 2020 Caltrans Water Pollution Control specifications, only a Qualified SWPPP Developer (QSD) could fill the role of a WPCM on a Caltrans SWPPP project. The new specification changes that and introduces two new players—the Alternate WPCM and Assistant WPCM.

This training course has been authorized and approved by CalTrans.



Anaheim CA Oakland CA San Diego CA
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Qualified SWPPP Practitioner and Developer

QSP (Qualified SWPPP Practitioner)

The Qualified SWPPP Practitioner is responsible for the implementation of the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP). This may include but is not limited to visual observations (for both non-stormwater and stormwater), soil sampling and analysis, preparation of REAP(Rain Event Action Plans) and fulfillment of complete and effective stormwater pollution prevention.

QSD (Qualified SWPPP Developer)

The Qualified SWPPP Designer develops the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan for a worksite. The Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) identified potential sources of stormwater pollution, describes methods that may be used to mitigate or prevent stormwater pollution and the procedures required by the operator to comply with to ensure effective stormwater pollution prevention. Some of the methods included in a SWPPP include erosion and sediment control practices, housekeeping, infiltration and conservation.

Southern CA Oakland CA Sacramento CA
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*Discount available with: 2 or more student registrations on same form/same class or prior GENI SWPPP student in the past 5 years or currently registered (proof provided)



The CA Hazardous Waste Generator Course

The CA Hazardous Waste Generator Initial and Refresher Course is intended for professionals who develop hazardous waste policies and procedures. These professionals's responsibilities on a jobsite require them to identify, store and dispose of hazardous wastes. They are also responsible for interpreting and applying applicable regulations when handling hazardous wastes.

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The GENI Difference

With almost 32 years of experience, Global Environmental Network, Inc, is dedicated to bringing you excellence in EH&S Training, Engineering and Consulting Services.

• First Approved 24-hr SWPPP Training Program by CALTRANS and AGC of California
• Trainers of Record (TOR) located in Northern and Southern California
• Offices Strategically Placed in California for Maximum Coverage including:  Anaheim, Oakland, and Sacramento.