Environmental Health & Safety Issues
Ensuring workplace and employee health and safety are issues at the center stage of today's property industry. As a property professional, this course will help you develop and manage proactive environmental/occupational health and safety programs, comply with regulatory standards and guidelines, and assess when to obtain technical assistance.
Major topics covered in this course:
- local, state, and federal regulations • environmental site assessments
- hazard communication
- emergency response
- asbestos and lead management
- indoor air quality
- hazardous waste
- storage tanks
- audits, recordkeeping, and other regulatory issues
- ADA, EPA, OSHA, CERCLA, and the FULL ALPHABET SOUP of environmental health and safety
A list of resources and an extensive glossary for further information on the topics covered is provided for students to use.
Applies to RPA, FMA and SMA Designation
|Dates:||Wed, June 21; Thurs, June 22; Fri, June 23 and Sat, June 24
All four days of instruction are required.
|Time:||8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.|
|Location:||BOMA SV Offices, 63 Metro Drive, San Jose, CA 95110|
|Instructor:||Tom Bitting, RPA, FMA, SMA, SMT, PMP|
|Cost:||BOMA SV Member: $1250 / Non-Member: $1400 (testing fee included)
One-Time Designation Fee for New Students: $225
|BOMA SV Member|
|New Student Fee|
Late Registration: You must register 5 business days prior to the class start date. A $100 late registration fee may be applied to any registrations received thereafter.
For more information, please contact the Boma Office at 408-453-7222.