The Environmental Breakfast Seminar Series continues at the Rancho Santiago Community College Disrict’s Center for International Trade Development, on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM, at 2323 North Broadway, 1st Floor, in Santa Ana.
Presented by Manufacturers, Educators, and Trade Development Centers This is a free meeting! Come and learn from the experts about the latest environmental laws and regulatory changes. Obtain the elements necessary to be in compliance with environmental laws. Attend one, two or all seminars.
Seminar 2- Environmental Audition for Southern California Manufacturers
This seminar explains an agency’s inspection authority and limits, and provides strategic recommendations for handling the inspection process- – before, during, and after, to minimize your company’s environmental risk. To help ensure facilities are ready for agency scrutiny, this seminar will also include a hands-on session outlining internal compliance auditing.
Federal and State environmental agencies are rapidly increasing their efforts to clean up the environment and halt those that pollute it. Agency inspections are frequently used as an agency’s tool by which it can enter a regulated business with the intent to enforce environmental statutes. Mistakes made during the inspection process can cost a company dearly, both civilly and criminally.
Continental breakfast included. Limited seating. Reserve your seat now!!
Register online at: http://environmental-seminarseries-eorg.eventbrite.com, or RSVP to: Valadez_jacqueline@rsccd.edu or call 714-564-5414.
Who should attend?
• Operators of manufacturing facilities
• Environmental managers
• Owners of commercial and industrial properties
• Corporate attorneys *(1 hour of MCLE training provided)
*You may attend one seminar or all seminars
• Seminar #2 – December 12, 2012
Environmental Auditing for Southern California Manufacturers
• Seminar #3 – January 31, 2013
– Recent Regulations and Strategies to Clean Up and Close Contaminated Sites
– Obtaining Grants and Loans to Clean Up and Close Contaminated Sites