Michigan Department of Environmental Quality is hosting
reporting workshops in January and February. Several trainings will
on the same day, providing an opportunity to attend both the SARA
the morning and the MAERS workshop in the afternoon in some locations.
Title III Tier Two Workshop Series
Preparedness for Michigan Facilities and their Communities
classes will be held from 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Title III, also known as the
Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act, requires facilities
report information to state and local officials that can be vital to
of their community.
SARA Title III Tier Two
Workshops will provide an overview of program regulations, reporting
requirements, and a step-by-step tutorial on logging into Tier II
initiating a 2015 Tier II Annual Report.
workshop is recommended for
owners, operators, and environmental and safety personnel of facilities
have hazardous materials on site. Environmental consultants,
fire department personnel can also benefit from this workshop and are
encouraged to attend.
$75 – Includes
continental breakfast and the 14th Edition of the Michigan
Guide to SARA Title III, Emergency Planning, and Release Reporting.
workshop is approved for 0.3
Drinking Water and Wastewater CECs in the managerial category, and 3
to MAERS 2016 Workshop Series
classes will be held from 1:00-4:30 pm
Introduction to MAERS
workshop series is being offered again this year to help companies
Michigan Air Emissions Reporting System (MAERS) reports. Workshop
will be taken step-by-step through the Web-based system in an
hands-on format. Workshop participants will learn:
to register as a user in MAERS.
to navigate the Web-based forms and utilities.
to complete and submit reports using MAERS.
A very limited number
of laptops will be available at each location. You are
bring your own laptop or other portable device with which to access the
includes MAERS User Guide and Workbook
workshop is approved for 3
CEHs for Professional Engineers.