Asbestos Abatement 40 Hour Class#28498

Environmental Management Inc., 206 E Fireweed Ln #201, Anchorage, AK 99503, USA

Asbestos Abatement Certification for Contractors & Supervisor 40 Hr. This class meets the requirements of the State of Alaska Department of Labor (DOL 8 AAC 61.600-790), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA 29 CFR 1910, 1915 and 1926) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA/AHERA 40 CFR Part 763 subpart E). It covers the basics of asbestos abatement work through lectures, ...

NSTC-Unescorted 6 Pack Class#28552

Environmental Management Inc., 206 E Fireweed Ln #201, Anchorage, AK 99503, USA

NSTC-Unescorted & H2S Module Job Specific & High Hazard Modules at Request The North Slope Training Co-operative (NSTC) is a collaborative effort between the North Slope unit owners and their contractors to ensure all employees (company and contract) have basic safety, health and environmental policy classes before going to work on the North Slope. The Unescorted program consists of the ...

NSTC-Unescorted 6 Pack Class#28553

Environmental Management Inc., 206 E Fireweed Ln #201, Anchorage, AK 99503, USA

NSTC-Unescorted & H2S Module Job Specific & High Hazard Modules at Request The North Slope Training Co-operative (NSTC) is a collaborative effort between the North Slope unit owners and their contractors to ensure all employees (company and contract) have basic safety, health and environmental policy classes before going to work on the North Slope. The Unescorted program consists of the ...

Hazwoper 24 Hour Class#28513

Environmental Management Inc., 206 E Fireweed Ln #201, Anchorage, AK 99503, USA

Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response 24 Hr. (HAZWOPER) This 24 hour class is designed to meet the training requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120, and includes pertinent information from the EPA 40 CFR. This course ensures each student has a thorough understanding of the potential hazards to health and safety associated with site cleanup and emergency response. The seminar ...

Hazwoper 40 Hour Class#28510

Environmental Management Inc., 206 E Fireweed Ln #201, Anchorage, AK 99503, USA

Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response 40 Hr. (HAZWOPER) This 40 hour class is designed to meet the training requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120, and includes pertinent information from the EPA 40 CFR. This course ensures each student has a thorough understanding of the potential hazards to health and safety associated with site cleanup and emergency response. The seminar ...

AFE 2021: Design and Construction on Steroids: Anchorage’s New Transfer Station

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Did you know 80% of Anchorage’s waste routes through our transfer station? 265,000 lbs of waste each year! That could fill up the BP building every month! The transfer station is located in the middle of town in an open air building creating loud noise and smells in the surrounding areas. Come learn how our new transfer station will reduce ...

AFE 2021 Youth Track: National Park Service Film Showcase

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A collection of films by NPS interns and staff focused on Loons in Alaska. Presented by: Delaney Vinson, Geosciences in Park and Student Conservation Association Intern, National Park Service Patrick Knavel, Biological Science Technician, National Park Service Lynneva Carroll, Intern, Mosaics in Science Emma Zayon, Intern, Student Conservation Association Academy Sam Bernitz, Mentor, Alaska Teen Media Institute Dev Dharm Kalsa, ...

AFE 2021: Alaska’s Berries in Changing Climate

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Alaska's berries are changing. What do we know about the connection between climate change and our wild berries, and what information do we still need to make sure our families have as many berries as we need in the future? This session will discuss some of the science and observations on berries and climate change in Alaska and what information ...

AFE 2021 Youth Track: [email protected]; From Wilderness Expeditions to Backyard Exploration

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Inspiring Girls Expeditions empowers 16- and 17-year-old high school girls through 12 day backcountry science and art programs. At Inspiring Girls Expeditions Alaska, we typically offer summer expeditions in glaciology/mountaineering, marine biology/sea kayaking, and boreal ecology/packrafting. The COVID-19 pandemic required us to cancel our in-person expeditions in 2020, and allowed us to get creative in designing a virtual summer program. ...

AFE Keynote: Community Knowledge, Citizen Science & Environmental Protection with Dr. Julia Parrish

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Join us for our Keynote Event with Dr. Julia K. Parrish as she discusses the importance of science and citizen involvement in our research, policies and actions. Dr. Parrish is the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the College of the Environment at the University of Washington, where she holds a Lowell A. and Frankie L. Wakefield Professorship in Ocean ...

AFE 2021: Military Training in Alaska

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The US Navy and US Air Force will discuss information on past and upcoming joint military training in Alaska, the actions to mitigate potential environmental impacts, and ongoing environmental planning projects. The public and tribal involvement with the Gulf of Alaska Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement to achieve mutual goals will be explained. Presenters: John Moster, US Navy Lt. Col. Ronnie ...

AFE 2021 Youth Track: We’re In This Together: Partnership and Resilience Strategies for Environmental Education in Rural Alaska

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How can we keep serving our communities through the challenges of Covid? We will discuss partnership strategies, resilience stories, and ideas for supporting each other in hard times. Presenters: Robin Mayo, Executive Director of Wrangell Institute for Science and Environment Lauren Bien, Prince William Sound Science Center Kate Morse, Copper River Watershed Project Russell Scribner, Wrangell St. Elias National Park ...

Film Festival: A Seabird Memorial

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Originally scheduled to show at the 2020 Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival, Homer, Alaska, artist, Kim Mcnett, installed an artistic memorial for open-air viewing at the deep water dock on the Homer Spit, next to the kittiwake rookery. Filmmaker: Bjorn Olson

AFE 2021: Earn College Credit at AFE! An Informational Session with UAF Bristol Bay Campus

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You can earn college credit for attending AFE. Join Eric Goddard and his team at UAF Bristol Bay Campus for this informative session on how to sign up and an opportunity to get your questions answered. ENVI 150- Viewpoints in Environmental Science: 2021 Alaska Forum on the Environment is a 1 credit online class with a dual credit opportunity for ...

Film Festival: Sounds of Spring

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Join USFS Wildlife Biologist, Melissa Gabrielson, from the Chugach National Forest as she surveys for songbirds on the Copper River Delta. Filmmaker: Erin Cooper

Film Festival: Alaska Grown

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Only a fraction of the carrots that Alaska consumes are actually grown in the state, even though Alaska carrots have the highest sugar content due to the high latitude. Most carrots are imported from California. Peonies are Alaska’s largest agricultural export, and climate change is changing the risks associated with the flower crop. Only one U.S. Department of Agriculture-approved dairy ...

AHA First Aid, CPR & AED Class#28540

Environmental Management Inc., 206 E Fireweed Ln #201, Anchorage, AK 99503, USA

First Aid, Adult CPR and AED American Heart Saver Card expires in two years. This course is designed for employee training at corporations, businesses or other entities. ∙Each student receives the highest quality course materials to supplement their learning ∙For employees and/or designated first responders who have a duty to respond to a first aid or cardiac emergency because of ...

AFE 2021: Citizen Science in the Electronic Age

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In our current era it is now easier that ever to document the flora and fauna that we see whenever we travel outdoors. Applications like ebird, inaturalist and AK weeds help novice naturalists record data and even get assistance in identifying what they see. This presentation will focus on these three applications and how scientists and managers are using the ...

AFE 2021 Youth Track: Filmmaker Protips – A Guide to Imrpoving Your Camera Skills

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Alaska Teen Media Institute's (ATMI) Cody Liska will provide guidance on how to shoot professional-quality video for any project with any camera. Participants will learn best practices for shooting video b-roll, have the opportunity to practice their skills and get some feedback on their work. Bring a camera of your choice, smart phones work just fine! Presenter: Cody Liska, ATMI ...

AFE 2021: Green Star Community Program – Become an Agent of Change in your Community!

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Drop in and learn about the Green Star Communities program to see how it can benefit your villages environmental program. The program supports Alaskan rural villages that wish to focuses on waste reduction, energy conservation and pollution prevention. The program starts with an initial assessment focused on a community-wide review of local utility infrastructure and waste management services and provides ...

SESSION POSTPONED – AFE 2021 Youth Track: Fresh Eyes on Ice: Investigating Changes in River and Lake Ice Across Alaska

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Learning about freshwater ice and how it is changing comes at many levels and from many sources. The Fresh Eyes on Ice project is focuses on advancing knowledge on ice for the Arctic science community, K-12 students and teachers, and Alaskan communities who are faced with preparing for changing ice conditions. The new knowledge of freshwater ice produced by this ...

AFE Keynote: Youth Keynote Featuring Cassidy Austin-Merlino

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It has been a few years since AFE has had any of youth keynote event. AFE 2021 is pleased to present Cassidy Austin-Merlino, who will highlight how youth can provide successful influence and activism to environmental issues. Cassidy Austin-Merlino is an award winning youth activist from McCarthy Alaska, on the traditional unceded hunting grounds of the Ahtna Athabascan people. Currently ...