Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council
for Munitions Response
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This training class and supporting guidance document explain the process of geophysical classification, describe its benefits and limitations, and discuss the information and data needed by regulators to monitor and evaluate the use of the technology. This document and training also emphasize using a systematic planning process to develop data acquisition and decision strategies at the outset of a munitions response effort, as well as quality considerations throughout the project. Stakeholder issues that are unique to munitions response are also discussed. After this training class, participants will: understand the technology and terminology, be ready to engage in the planning process to address quality considerations throughout a project, find tools to transfer knowledge within organizations and to stakeholders, and start to transition mindset to decisions that leave non-hazardous items in the ground. An audience who understand current munitions response tools and procedures (for example, geophysical surveys, sensors, data analysis) will benefit most from this document and training.
Learn more and register at https://clu-in.org/conf/itrc/gcmr/
ITRC 2-DAY CLASSROOM TRAINING:
Petroleum Vapor Intrusion: Fundamentals of Screening, Investigation, and Management
October 10-12, 2017 in Ann Arbor, Michigan - Click Here for More Information
The class is hosted by Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and includes the 2-day ITRC PVI class (Oct. 10-11) and optional Bonus Day (Oct. 12) led by Michigan DEQ focused on vapor intrusion in Michigan
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ITRC Training Program
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