Friday, February 9, 2024 (8:00 AM - 5:00 PM)
Class Description: In this one-day online recertification class, participants will receive renewal as a Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead (CESCL). CESCL certifications must be renewed every three years. Designed for residential builders, BIAW's CESCL recertification class will answer builder questions, including what Best Management Practices (BMPs) perform best on construction sites, how to keep those BMPs working, red flags to watch for that signal erosion problems, and how to effectively work with local and state inspectors. Additionally, this class will walk participants through the planning and execution of erosion control in a subdivision. Why do you need a CESCL? If your project disturbs over an acre of land, is in a subdivision, or poses a risk of stormwater runoff entering a waterway, you will need a Construction Stormwater General Permit from the Department of Ecology. This permit states that all projects disturbing one acre or more of land must have a CESCL. The CESCL is trained to inspect, install and manage stormwater controls on your site. Ecology requires a CESCL to be on-call at all times, so most companies will need more than one employee trained as a CESCL. Instructor: Department of Ecology Certified Instructor, Alex Zimmerman, Creative Courses LLC Note: You will receive the online class meeting info and a book link the day before the start of class. It will be sent to the email used during registration. To receive your CESCL card and credit for the class, you must sign in for the entire scheduled class time and complete the test at the end.
Alex Zimmerman, Creative Courses LLC