MARAMA NACT 200 Series | NACT 220 and NACT 261 ONLINE Training Courses
|NACT 200 Series|
|NACT 220 Compliance Assurance Monitoring (CAM)||September 28, 2022||9:00 AM – 4:15 PM EDT|
|NACT 261 Polyester Resin and Fiberglass||September 29, 2022||9:00 AM – 3:00 PM EDT|
|Instructors: Mohsen Nazemi and Dr. Ted Guth|
Training Series Host: This training series will be held via EPA’s Learning Management System (LMS) and WebEx.
Maximum Attendance for each course is 45 students in order to allow for instructors to fully engage students and manage Question and Answer sessions, ultimately making each course more interactive. MARAMA will work with your state agency Training Coordinators to confirm and prioritize attendance as necessary. You will receive a confirmation notice from the new LMS system once you have been ENROLLED in each course.
Registration Deadline Date: September 14, 2022
Registration Contact Information: Sue Dilli and Jackie Burkhardt (email@example.com), or Sharon Ray (firstname.lastname@example.org).
NACT 220 Compliance Assurance Monitoring (CAM) | September 28, 2022 | AGENDA
Course Description: On October 22, 1997, EPA promulgated the CAM rule, 40 CFR part 64, which addresses monitoring for certain emission units at major sources. The CAM rule, which applies only to emission units with active control devices whose potential PRE: control device emissions are at or above the major source thresholds, requires the title V permit for these sources to contain monitoring sufficient to give a reasonable assurance of compliance with requirements applicable to the source and with all permit terms and conditions over the anticipated range of operation. Thus, emission units with an approved CAM plan will require sufficient monitoring to satisfy the periodic monitoring requirement under title V and part 70.
The CAM rule generally will not require implementation of its requirements for most units subject to CAM until the first round of title V permit renewals, which will generally be 5 years after initial permit issuance. Therefore, until emission units become subject to the requirements of part 64, the initial title V permit for major sources with units subject to Federal or SIP regulations will need to include periodic monitoring for these CAM units.
CAM concepts like background, 40 CFR part 64 (CAM) applicability, who will be affected by CAM, who is exempt from CAM, CAM timing, monitoring design criteria, frequency of monitoring, source, District & EPA roles in evaluating CAM plans, quality improvement plans will be discussed in this course.
This course is intended for intermediate stationary source permit engineers and inspectors. Those completing this course will gain a basic understanding of the general information associated with compliance
assurance monitoring. Attendees will be able to perform regulatory reviews involving the following elements of CAM:
NACT 261 Polyester Resin and Fiberglass | September 29, 2022 | AGENDA
Course Description: This course provides information to air pollution inspectors on the history, use of raw materials, production methods, emission control methods and inspection procedures for polyester resin and fiberglass facilities. This course covers pollution prevention, legal requirements, and RACT/BACT. Upon completion of this course, inspectors will be able to understand what is required of the facility to remain in compliance with the requirements.
This course is intended for permit engineers, compliance engineers and inspectors. The course is designed to provide an overview of Polyester Resin and Fiberglass Facilities. Those completing this course will gain a basic understanding of the general information associated with polyester resin and fiberglass plants. Attendees will be able to perform regulatory reviews involving the following elements of Polyester Resin and Fiberglass plants:
Registration Instructions: This training series will be held via EPA’s Learning Management System (LMS) and WebEx. There is NO registration fee for state and local employees attending this training.
Students will need to do the following in order to REGISTER FOR EACH COURSE INDIVIDUALLY on the LMS:
- Create a PROFILE in the EPA AirKnowledge LMS: If you have not already done so, please create an account in the new Learning Management System (LMS) here.
Please reference the attached LMS Flier for instructions on how to set up your profile. LMS INSTRUCTIONS
- REGISTRATION within the LMS: To do this, please follow these instructions:
- Log-in to your account and hover over the “My Training” tab on the home page.
- Select the third option under “My Training” entitled “Instructor Led Training Calendar.”
- Change the month to September of 2022, if it is not already and scroll down to the course date and click on the course title.
- Register for EACH course by clicking on the blue REQUEST button . If the course is full, you will be able to add yourself to the waitlist by clicking the blue button on the bottom right-hand corner which reads ADD TO WAITLIST. You should receive a confirmation message that you have been added to the waitlist. You will also receive an automated email once you have been confirmed and added to the roster.
- Once you have been enrolled in the course, please complete the PRE-TEST within the LMS. The deadline to take the pre-test will be September 27, 2022.
- NOTE: Instructions for accessing each training course will be forwarded to all registered students via an LMS generated email prior to the training.