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Superfund and Right-to-Know Act Regulations

Course Code: ENV 303

This course prepares environmental professionals to identify and meet hazardous chemical inventory reporting, release notification, and emergency planning responsibilities for facilities subject to EPCRA and CERCLA programs like Tier I, Tier II, and Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reporting.
The Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) require facilities to periodically assess and report their inventories of hazardous chemicals to inform the public and facilitate emergency response to hazardous chemical releases. 

Registration includes: 

  • Engaging, interactive EPCRA/CERCLA regulations training
  • Trusted EPA compliance resources including key sections of 40 CFR regulations
  • Six months of Lion Membership for complete compliance support
  • Certificate to demonstrate competence with environmental regulations

Superfund and Right-to-Know Training Covers:

  • Tier I and Tier II EPCRA chemical inventory reporting (40 CFR 370) 
  • TRI or Form R reporting for toxic chemical releases (40 CFR 372) 
  • CERCLA release reporting (40 CFR 302 and 355) 
  • Identifying EPCRA and CERCLA hazardous substances
  • How to determine reportable quantities (RQ's) for hazardous substances and wastes
  • Emergency Planning requirements (40 CFR 355) 
  • Understanding liability for releases under CERCLA 
  • Who must submit toxic chemical release reports 
  • CERCLA exclusions for certain events
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Key Learning Objectives:

  • Identify chemicals subject to EPCRA and CERCLA requirements and meet your reporting and emergency preparedness responsibilities
  • Detail what information must be reported under each program, when, and to whom

Online Course Details

Course code ENV 303
Compatible on Desktop, tablet, or mobile
Duration 2.5 hours
Access time 90 days
Certificate issued Yes

CEUs and Certification Maintenance

CEUs awarded 0.25
Lion Membership          6 months

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Why choose online environmental regulations training?

Online training is convenient, cost-effective way to build confidence navigating and working with the complex EPCRA and CERCLA requirements that impact your facility. Produced and kept up-to-date by Lion's team of experienced environmental trainers and regulatory experts, the Superfund and Right-to-Know Regulations Online Course is informative, reliable, and designed for busy EHS professionals.

Online courses are available 24/7 with support available 7 days a week. Our state-of-the-art learning management system gives you access to tools that will enhance your online training experience:
  • Resume your training from where you left off with automatic bookmarking
  • Track your progress with the detailed course status display
  • Get answers to your course content questions from expert instructors
  • Develop your compliance expertise with engaging interactions
  • Test your knowledge with exercises and quizzes on critical topics
  • Access your complete Lion training history at any time

Who takes this EPCRA and CERCLA training? 

We recommend this EPCRA and CERCLA online training for Environmental managers, safety professionals, engineers, and others responsible for achieving facility compliance with chemical inventory reporting and release reporting rules under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA). 
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