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Attend 2020 Environmental Energy Health & Safety School

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The region's most comprehensive annual event provides current, relevant training for energy, environmental, health & safety professionals

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The pandemic has disrupted life as we know it and caused restrictions on public gatherings. How can Environmental, Energy, Health & Safety professionals learn from each other, and exchange ideas?

For 2020, we are bringing Environmental Energy Health & Safety (EEHS) School to you as a virtual event. The only thing missing is the food and ambience (they will be sorely missed). We will have interactive sessions, a lively (albeit virtual) exhibit hall, and even the opportunity for face-to-face chats. This year, we are using an online platform called Pheedloop to create an online experience that is the next best thing to being there.

Now in its 19th year, EEHS School will bring our attendees the most current and relevant topics presented by subject matter experts and a virtual Exhibit Hall where you can find solutions and ideas for your environmental, energy, health & safety needs - products and services from companies who can help solve problems.

During the two-day school, attendees choose any combination of nine classroom courses taught in 3 concurrent sessions from the list of 25 courses offered. Attendees have the flexibility to select a schedule tailored to their individual interests and needs.

The EEHS Website will begin providing updates as we confirm speakers and register exhibitors.


Individual Rate: $150

Group Rate: $500 for any number of participants sharing a common screen as one user.

The group rate has been put in place in anticipation that some organizations may have multimedia training rooms and would like to seat more than three individuals.

Topics to look forward to:

Air Quality Sessions

AQ-1 Basics of Air Permitting with elements of Change Management Process – Reasons to Engage Your Environmental Team When Planning Modifications and Expansions

AQ-2 EPA MACT Standards – Updates and Lessons Learned

AQ-3 How to Prepare for and Conduct a Successful Compliance Stack Test Program

Energy and Sustainability Sessions

ES-1 Strategic Energy Management: Are you Ready?

ES-2 Reducing Energy Usage While Saving Money-Real World Examples from Manufacturers

ES-3 Policy Initiatives: Renewable Fuel Production and On-site Solar Generation

Jenn Weiss and Sushma Masemore

ES-4 The Changing Roles of EHS Professionals • Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance • Ethical Sourcing

ES-5 Brainstorming Forum on Sustainability

Occupational Safety & Health

OSH-1 NC OSHA Update

OSH-2 The Synergistic Effects of Ototoxin Chemical Exposure to Employees also Exposed to Noise

OSH-3 Machine Guarding: Risk Assessment and Control Options (advanced course and a focus of NCOSHA’s Special Emphasis 5-year Program)

OSH-4 Post Pandemic Business Continuity Planning

OSH-5 Best Practices for Safe Work

Special Topics Sessions

ST-1 DEQ Secretary’s Environmental Justice and Equity Advisory Board – Their Role in the Environmental Permitting Process • Communication is Key-How Do I Communicate with My Community? • The Role of Community and Environmental Justice in Air Quality • Public Outreach and the Title V Permitting Process

ST-2 How do Emerging Contaminants Impact Me? Strategic Management of Emerging Contaminants: An Overview of Market Impacts in an Evolving Regulatory Environment

ST-3 Understanding Facility and Company Responsibilities for Chemical and Facility Security

Waste Management Sessions

WM-1 Aerosols and Universal Waste

WM-2 Self- Policing: Discovery, Disclosure, Correction and Prevention of Violations

WM-3 Voluntary Remedial Action Program and Risk-Based Remediation Updates plus a Case Study: Divide and Conquer; A Challenging Path to Risk-Based No Further Action

WM-4 What to Expect when Inspected

WM-5 Incremental Sampling Methodology under NCDEQ RCRA

Water Quality Sessions

WQ-1 Water Quality 101

WQ-2 The Water-Energy Nexus: Elements of Productive Audit Procedures • The Value of Water Management

WQ-3 Water Issues and Court Opinions

• SCOTUS Decision – County of Maui v. Hawaii Wildlife Fund et. al

• Updates to “Waters of the United States” -Where Does the River Run?

WQ-4 Pragmatic Approach to Understanding and Reducing PFAS Discharge

Sooner or later, a company needs to know what is in their discharge.

Who Attends

Attendees include Industry, consulting and government personnel responsible for compliance with environmental, energy, health and safety laws and regulations.

  • Manufacturers
  • Plant Managers
  • Small Business Operators
  • Environmental Technicians and Specialists
  • Environmental Managers
  • Compliance Officers
  • Industrial Safety Managers
  • Consultants
  • Attorneys
  • Commercial Real Estate Professionals
  • Land Developers
  • POTW Operators
  • State and Local Regulators
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