Understanding Toxic Catastrophe Prevention Act (TCPA) in New Jersey

This 1-day course is for supervisors, engineers, and managers who are responsible for implementing the New Jersey TCPA at their facility. The course reviews the TCPA, EPA’s Risk Management Program, and OSHA’s Process Safety Management requirements, how the laws overlap, and how they vary in regulating facilities that use highly hazardous toxic and flammable materials. Course topics include requirements for inherently safer technology reviews, employee participation, reactive hazardous substances (RHS), and other key TCPA/EPA/OSHA requirements.


Course topics
  • Understand requirements to implement TCPA at their facility
  •  Comply with the periodic (Annual, 5-year, etc.) requirements of TCPA
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Mar 19, 2020 -- Princeton, NJ
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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