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Presented by: CWEA

P3S Environmental Compliance Inspector Tool Belt Training Webinar


  • June 17
  • 9:00 am - 11:20 am


Contact Hours: 2
    Environmental Compliance Inspector

Free online training

The CWEA Pretreatment, Pollution Prevention, and Stormwater (P3S) committee is proud to announce the next Environmental Compliance Inspector Tool Belt Training event on Wednesday, June 17, 2020 from 9am – 11:15 am.  The City of Los Angeles, LA Sanitation & Environment, Industrial Waste Management will be hosting the P3S committee. As a measure of caution in relation to the containment of the COVID-19 Virus, this training will only be offered virtually via Zoom.

Live webinar participants who participate in education session portion of the webinar through a personal computer, smart phone or tablet will receive 2 contact hours towards the towards Environmental Compliance Inspector Certification. A recording of this webinar will be shared through CWEA’s Youtube site 1-3 days following the event however it will not be possible to receive contact hours for viewing the recording.

9 – 9:30 am:  Welcome and P3S Committee Meeting

9:40 – 11:20 am:

Understanding Compliance Inspection using the 6ps Model for PCI Audits by Miguel Rodas, City of LA, LA Sanitation & Environment      

The 6Ps model serves as a navigational tool for LASAN’s inspectors and stands for Products, Processes, Pollutants, Pretreatment System (PTS), Parameters, and Plan of the Shop. LASAN’s Industrial Waste Management Division (IWMD) has developed inspection forms to be used during routine inspections. This presentation will highlight- by the 6ps model system and what all ECIs should be aware of during PCI audits, what auditors may find as deficiencies during PCI audits.

Treatment Plant Response:  An ECIs role in Investigating Reclamation Plant Incidents and Upsets by Bhupendra Patel, City of LA, LA Sanitation & Environment            

As source control inspector, you may be called upon to identify the cause (i.e. illegal dischargers, etc.) of a plant incidents or upsets.

Please contact Theodore Higgins (Theodore.higgins@lacity.org) with any questions.

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