Environmental Due Diligence and Liability
 

604 – Environmental Due Diligence and Liability:
An overview of the environmental due diligence process and the liabilities associated with purchasing property. 

Course Number:

C604

Course Title:

Environmental Due Diligence and Liability

Course Level:

Intermediate

Course Length:

1 day – 8 AM to 5 PM

IRWA Credits:

8 QEU / CEU

Prerequisites:

IRWA Course 600 “Environmental Awareness” (or equivalent), or have an environmental background

 

 

Course Description

This course provides the right of way professional with an understanding of the environmental due diligence components. Participants learn to recognize when a due diligence report should be ordered, as well as how reports should be analyzed.

Credentialing
 
  • Industry:  An intermediate course that is required for the Generalist, Oil & Gas Pipeline and Electric & Utilities pathways in the SR/WA program. It can also be applied towards the Transportation pathway in the RWP program.
  • Specialist:  Required course for the R/W-EC program.  
Topics
  • Innocent Purchaser Defense
  • ASTM Phase I ESA standard
  • EPA’s “All Appropriate Inquiry” rule
  • Educate attendees about other components of environmental due diligence
  • Guidance on how to order due diligence services and establish expectations
  • Illustrate how to analyze the reports and their impacts on the proposed project

Course Tuition includes

  • Participant Manual

Who should take this course

This course is recommended for right of way professionals who have some environmental background, are actively involved in right of way projects, and may encounter environmental issues during their normal duties (e.g., acquisition/relocation, appraisal).
 

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