This course provides instruction on how to conduct and manage human health risk assessments that are scientifically tenable and defensible, and how to use this information to make risk management actions that are protective of human health and the environment. Basic scientific theory of risk assessment is presented, however, instruction is focused on the efficient oversight and management of risk assessment that is in balance with Department of Navy, regulatory and community requirements and concerns. A working case study is presented to demonstrate the practical application of the instruction.
Environmental Restoration Program RPMs, BRAC Environmental Coordinators, UST EIC’s, and any DoD personnel responsible for assessing or managing risks associated with environmental contamination. DoD contractors, federal, state and local regulators are welcome by invitation on a space available basis.
If you are eligible for this course, use the links below to login or register for an eNTRS account.
|Offering||CDP||Start Date||End Date||Course Location|
|24010||335R||13 - Mar - 24||15 - Mar - 24||San Diego, CA|