This course offers professional development hours (PDHs). You will see the PDHs on your course completion certificate, which also serves as documentation of your attendance. PDH requirements vary, therefore, it is up to you to determine whether or not this particular course qualifies under your State or board requirements.
Course overview: This course addresses existing and previous land use information, and links environmental hazards to existing and previous land use through the review of photographs.
This course is divided into two modules:
Module 1: Initial Site Assessment (ISA) Sections 4 and 6; and
Module 2: Linking Environmental Hazards to Existing and Previous Land Use.
Training level: This training is recommended for the Transportation Curriculum Coordination Council levels II, III, and IV.
Target audience: The target audience for this training is anyone within the DOT or industry that deals with hazardous waste on a project. This includes areas such as construction, environment, right-of-way, etc. It also includes those who develop the ISA and those who ensure that all regulatory and legal requirements are followed.
Learning outcomes: Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Describe Sections 4 and 6 of the Initial Site Assessment (ISA) report; and
Explain how environmental hazards are related to existing and previous land use.