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The USEPA has endorsed the use of risk-based decision-making in underground storage tank (UST) corrective action programs. The course will provide you with an understanding of the differences between RBCA and the traditional corrective action process. The course identifies the role of risk assessment and fate and transport in the RBCA process and emphasizes the importance of exposure assessment. The course describes the concepts of the RBCA process and provides an understanding of the development of the target levels (cleanup levels).
Introductions and Course Objectives
Risk Based Corrective Action Processes
Module 2Computation and Presentation of Risk
Development of Target Levels
Indirect Routes of Exposure and Fate & Transport Consideration
Recap of Module 1 and Module 2
Concept of Groundwater Protection
Fate & Transport Models in RBCA
Available Options to Evaluate Vapor Intrusion (VI) Pathway
Technical Basis of Vaport Intrusion Models
Detailed Case Study
Summary of Course
This course also includes access to two free ASTM course:
If your state has a continuing education requirement for license renewal, ASTM training courses and ASTM membership can help you meet that requirement.
This course will be taught by a highly qualified instructor who is a member of ASTM Committee E50 on Environmental Assessment.
Recognizing the need for an authoritative risk-based corrective action standard, ASTM pulled together a multifunctional and multidisciplinary collection of professionals. These members of ASTM Committee E50 on Environmental Assessment and its Subcommittee E50.01 on Storage Tanks developed the standard upon which this course is based. For more information on Committee E50, go to our E50 technical committee page.