NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROFESSIONALS presents:
Environmental Compliance for Emergency Actions Webinar December 4, 2019 | 2:00 – 3:00 PM (CT)
The Chicago Office of HNTB will host this webinar exploring recent issues with emergency preparedness across the country as well as some underlying science regarding risk avoidance. Case studies will include how the North Carolina Environmental Health Section was able to react and assess issues after the World Equestrian Games, Hurricane Florence, and Hurricane Michael as well as the Los Angeles District's efforts dealing with issues resulting from wildfires in California. The discussion will include assessment of food service areas after flooding, lack of water and boil water notices in permit establishments. There will also be a discussion of the assessment of North Carolina’s response and what will be done moving forward and how the Los Angeles district handled emergency permitting after the Thomas Fire in the vicinity of Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties, CA. Tune in to learn how you can incorporate some of these processes and real-life examples into your emergency preparedness plans.
Online Registration and Pre-Payment is Required.
Location: Group Viewing at the Office of HNTB, One South Wacker, Chicago, IL 60606 (Note: This is not an "at your own desk" webinar. You must attend in person.
HNTB requires a valid photo ID upon entering the building.
IAEP will provide a 1 hour professional development certificate to attendees.
GROUP VIEWING WEBINAR AT THE OFFICE OF HNTB, CHICAGO - CLICK BELOW FOR TYPE OF PAYMENT