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TITLE 30ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
PART 1TEXAS COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
CHAPTER 30OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES AND REGISTRATIONS
SUBCHAPTER ELEAKING PETROLEUM STORAGE TANK CORRECTIVE ACTION PROJECT MANAGERS AND SPECIALISTS
RULE §30.180Qualifications for Initial License

To obtain a license as a corrective action project manager, an individual must have:

  (1) met the requirements in Subchapter A of this chapter (relating to Administration of Occupational Licenses and Registrations);

  (2) provided documentation of quality of performance including one of the following:

    (A) sworn statements, on forms approved by the executive director, from at least three individuals, that are not related by blood or marriage, for whom the applicant performed corrective action services, within the previous 24 months. The statements shall attest to the applicant's job reliability and the client's satisfaction. The statements shall also include a description of the type or types of corrective action services performed by the applicant and the physical address where the services occurred. Corrective action services are not limited to experience gained at leaking petroleum storage tank sites, but may also include corrective actions conducted under any environmental program administered by a state or by the federal government under Resource Conservation and Recovery Act; Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act; the Oil Spill Prevention and Response Act; 33 United States Code, Chapter 40, Subchapter I; and Texas Water Code, Chapter 26; or

    (B) a written explanation of why the sworn statements required by subparagraph (A) of this paragraph are not available. An individual's experience, under the supervision of a licensed corrective action project manager, may be sufficient if the executive director determines that the individual had substantial involvement in the decision-making process during the project. The written explanation shall include a detailed description of three case histories of corrective action services performed by the individual during the previous 24 months;

  (3) passed an approved examination;

  (4) documented education and experience:

    (A) an individual must have received a high school diploma or equivalent and a minimum of four years experience in corrective action services; or

    (B) an individual must have received a bachelor's degree in the physical, natural, biological, or environmental sciences, engineering, applied geography, or a subject directly relevant to the environmental field, as approved by the executive director; and documented a minimum of two years' experience in corrective action services.


Source Note: The provisions of this §30.180 adopted to be effective December 17, 2001, 26 TexReg 10330; amended to be effective September 27, 2007, 32 TexReg 6523

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