Corporate Training By Zack Academy - SARA Title III - How to Complete Form R TRI Reports Webinar

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Why should you take this SARA Title III - Form R (EPCRA Section 313) - Webinar?

SARA Title III (the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act) requires tracking and reporting on the toxic chemicals that are used or produced at certain quantities. This convenient SARA Title III - Form R (EPCRA Section 313) Webinar provides students with a complete understanding of what the SARA Title III law requires for Section 313–Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reports. The course also includes detailed instructions on how to determine if students must submit Form R or Form A reports, and how to prepare them in accordance with EPA’s latest requirements.

SARA Title III was designed to protect communities and encourages cooperation between businesses and local governments. The law has led to cost savings by promoting waste minimization and pollution prevention. By attending this training and complying with the law, companies can build a good relationship with the community and ensure they avoid steep fines and other sanctions.

 

Who should take this SARA Title III - Form R (EPCRA Section 313) - Webinar?

Personnel responsible for environmental compliance and hazardous chemical reporting will benefit from this engaging SARA Title III - Form R (EPCRA Section 313) - Webinar.

 

Course Topics Include:

  • Determine if you must submit a TRI report for your facility
  • Identify the reportable toxic chemicals and toxic chemical categories at your facility
  • Determine what 313 exemptions apply to your site
  • Determine the reporting thresholds applicable to your site—including EPA’s lower thresholds for PBT chemicals
  • Perform 313 threshold determinations—to identify the toxic chemicals for which you must submit a TRI report
  • Determine if you qualify to use the shorter Form A, in lieu of the detailed Form R
  • Correctly perform TRI calculations
  • Complete TRI reports accurately and avoid common errors
  • Comply with EPA’s requirement for electronic TRI submission via TRI-MEweb
  • Meet your Section 313 documentation requirements
  • Proceed if you failed to file SARA reports or need to update past reports

 

Course Includes:

  • Downloadable course document for easy reference
  • Engaging training with an experienced instructor
  • Practical tools and strategies for use in the field
Syllabus
  • Determine if you must submit a TRI report for your facility
  • Identify the reportable toxic chemicals and toxic chemical categories at your facility
  • Determine what 313 exemptions apply to your site
  • Determine the reporting thresholds applicable to your site—including EPA’s lower thresholds for PBT chemicals
  • Perform 313 threshold determinations—to identify the toxic chemicals for which you must submit a TRI report
  • Determine if you qualify to use the shorter Form A, in lieu of the detailed Form R
  • Correctly perform TRI calculations
  • Complete TRI reports accurately and avoid common errors
  • Comply with EPA’s requirement for electronic TRI submission via TRI-MEweb
  • Meet your Section 313 documentation requirements
  • Proceed if you failed to file SARA reports or need to update past reports
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What's Included
  • Downloadable course document for easy reference
  • Engaging training with an experienced instructor
  • Practical tools and strategies for use in the field
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  1. Contact us and let us know how many employees need training.
  2. We will send a request for bid to our network of over 400 trainers.
  3. Sit back, relax, and within 24-48 hours you will have competitive pricing and a training date for this course.
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