A requirement in the RPA, FMA, and SMA designations, this course teaches you that protecting the environment and promoting worker health and safety are issues at the center state of today's property industry. This course provides you with an overview of the environmental health and safety considerations in building operations. You'll learn to develop and manage proactive environmental/occupational health and safety programs, comply with regulatory standards and guidelines governing facility health and safety issues, and assess when to obtain technical assistance. A list of resources and an extensive glossary for further information on the topics covered is given out for students to use.
Topics include regulatory overview, OSHA and EPA regulations; hazard communication, emergency response; asbestos and lead management; office and industrial ergonomics; indoor air quality; air emission and pollution control; storage tanks; hazardous waste; site assessment; and audits, recordkeeping, and legal issues. Learn the understanding and awareness of industry and government regulations that relate to your facilities, to comply with regulations, and understand the legal implications and the importance of accurate recordkeeping.
This course will meet on Tuesday nights from 5-8:00pm starting Tuesday, September 4, through Tuesday, November 13, at 11910 Greenville Avenue located in Dallas. Mark Wilshire, RPA, FMA, LEED AP, is the course instructor.
To register complete the online registration form.