RMP Sponsored Regional Workshops
As a part of our commitment to supporting the creation and implementation of high-value CalARP, RMP and PSM Programs, Risk Management Professionals regularly organizes and hosts complimentary regional workshops providing training and key tips for addressing significant technical and regulatory challenges. Over the past 10 years, we have joined forces with many Unified Program Agencies in the state of California, as well as other state and federal agencies in co-hosting workshops throughout the United States.
Workshop attendees gain valuable insight from the materials presented by local, state, and federal regulators, industry experts, and Risk Management Professionals’ engineers. Workshop agendas are created based on topics that will immediately benefit regulated facilities, their staff members and community, while addressing the dynamic regulatory climate and requirements, evolving industry standards, and other subjects determined to be relevant by the regulated community as well as local, state, and federal regulators.
If you are interested in having Risk Management Professionals assist your organization with a one-day regional workshop, would like to host a workshop at your facility, or have suggestions for workshop topics, please contact us.
*Many conferences and public events have been cancelled in 2020. We will continue our outreach and education online through our webinars and LinkedIn page.*
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- September 10, 2019 – Los Angeles County Workshop: “Back To Basics: Foundation Setting for Successful Regulatory Compliance”
- September 26, 2018 – Stanislaus County Workshop: “Breaking Bad Habits: Rethinking RMP/PSM/CalARP Requirements”
- May 9, 2018 – Riverside/Corona Workshop: “Breaking Bad Habits: Rethinking RMP/PSM/CalARP Requirements”
- May 12, 2016 – Burbank Workshop: “Complying With Dynamic PSM/RMP/CalARP Regulatory Requirements”