COURSE: WENV 220 Unit Environmental Coordinator (UEC) CourseOBJECTIVE: This course seeks to increase general environmental awareness and how UECs act as a team with base environmental management within the framework of an Environmental Management System. Each student should comprehend the daily environmental requirements of a USAF organization, and what it takes to communicate and orchestrate these requirements both within and outside their organization. DESCRIPTION: This course equips Unit Environmental Coordinators (UECs) to maintain and improve environmental compliance and performance within their organizations, recognize and address problems when they occur, and act as points of contact for environmental issues concerning their organization (in accordance with Air Force Guidance). Key topics discussed include UEC roles and responsibilities, overview of Air Force Environmental Management Systems, and introduction to primary environmental players on the installation. Additionally, the course will discuss key functional responsibilities including the management of hazardous materials and waste; air and water resources; spills management; natural and cultural resources; pollution prevention; toxic pollutants; and inspections. PRIMARY AUDIENCE: Current or anticipated appointment as primary or alternate Unit Environmental Coordinator or equivalent. Coordinator of key environmental function within an organization. SECONDARY AUDIENCE: Supervisor of operations with potential environmental impact, persons involved in the Environmental Inspection Process (EIP), representative of Bioenvironmental Engineering, Safety Office, Judge Advocate Office and other personnel with environmental responsibilities. GRADE: Officers: O1-O6; Enlisted: E4-E9; Civilians: GS5-GS14 Contractors: Equivalents PREREQUISITES: None COURSE CREDIT: 1 CEUs in compliance with IACET standards COURSE LENGTH: Two 5-hour days QUESTIONS? Send us an e-mail by clicking the Contact Us button.