LSPA Continuing Education Webinar

The MCP for Everyone: A Practical Understanding of the Massachusetts Contingency Plan

When: Wednesday, May 26, 2021
Time: 1:00 PM - 6:15 PM EST (There will be two course breaks, please refer to the agenda for specifics.)
Live Webinar via Zoom
Registration: In your LSPA registration confirmation email, you will receive a link to a Zoom Registration for this topic. Registration for LSPA webinars requires a two-step process. 1) Complete the LSPA registration, and 2) In your LSPA confirmation email, you will receive a link to a Zoom "Webinar Registration". You must also complete this registration in order to receive the webinar link, and reminder emails with course materials. Registration closes 15 minutes prior to the start of the webinar.  
Pricing: Member: $200 | Non-member: $350

  • Lisa J. Campe, MPH, LSP, Woodard & Curran
  • James Young, LSP, Cooperstown Environmental LLC
  • Matthew Hackman, PE, CHMM, LSP, LEP
  • Andrew Irwin, LSP, IRWIN Engineers, Inc.
  • Robert Cox, Bowditch & Dewey

View Instructor Biographies here.


This course has been approved by the LSP Board for 5.0 hours of "Regulatory” (non-DEP) continuing education credits (#1515B). PLEASE NOTE: This course does not provide DEP credit. This repeat course was last offered in February 2019 (#1515a). This course has also been submitted to NYPE for 5.0 PDH credits (Previous course #20150075). To ensure you receive continuing education credit for your attendance in this webinar, please read the LSPA's guidelines here.     

Course Description:

This course is designed for those non-LSPs who need a general working knowledge of the Massachusetts Waste Site Cleanup Regulations, better known as the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP). It is also beneficial for LSPs who want a comprehensive review of the MCP.   

It will be taught by five senior environmental professionals, including four LSPs and an environmental attorney. Topics covered will include the following:  the release notification, Immediate Response Actions (IRAs), Release Abatement Measures (RAMs), Limited Response Actions (LRAs), Phase I through V reports, tier classification, risk characterizations, Remedy Operation Status (ROS), Permanent and Temporary Solutions, Activity and Use Limitations (AULs), cost recovery, MassDEP audits and fees. It was designed for practical application for attendees to gain an understanding of the process, pitfalls and timelines and what to expect from the MassDEP. 

To view course agenda, click here.

Click here to review the course cancellation policy.