$215.00 Earlybird Discount (Register by 1 week in advance)
$240.00 if registered within 7 days of class date
Typically, registration begins at 7:30 a.m., with classes running from 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. At some facilities, doors and registration open at 8:00 a.m.
This two-day course is designed for those who supervise, run, or direct construction site operations, grading work, culvert replacement work, and bridge construction work. This course will cover permit requirements, roles and responsibilities, example specifications, how to use a SWPPP, and best management practices to reduce or control erosion and sedimentation. Other topics include soil erodibility, turf establishment techniques, grading techniques to minimize erosion, timing of installations, and proper installation of best management practices. Also covered will be implementation of the erosion and sediment control plan, requirements of various regulatory agencies, and consequences of permit violations. This course is taught entirely in the classroom. (12 PDH)
Who should attend:
- Personnel acting as project engineers, project supervisors, and chief inspectors on projects disturbing more than one acre of land. Note: Mn/DOT Standard Specifications require a minimum of one certified individual per project.
- Personnel (superintendent/foreman) in charge of construction disturbing more than one acre of land and construction personnel in charge of grading activities, bridge and culvert activities over rivers and streams, turf establishment/seeding contractor, utility contractors, bridge construction personnel directing river pier construction, channel work, approach embankment construction, riprap placement, and related construction activities over rivers and streams. Contractor personnel assigned to conduct NPDES sites inspections and fill out NPDES weekly log. Note: Mn/DOT Standard Specifications require a minimum of one certified individual for each type of work, i.e. grading, bridge construction, turf establishment, culvert replacement, and utility construction.