GEOS Training for Applications & Reporting The Georgia Environmental Protection Division GEOS Technical Assistance site: https://epd.georgia.gov/geos What is GEOS? The Georgia EPD Online System (GEOS) is a portal for online electronic permit applications including: Scrap Tire Brownfield Storm Water Industrial Construction Storm Water Title V
Hazardous Substance Fee Trust Fund Hazardous Waste Fee Invoice Payment Only Lead-Based Paint & Underground Storage Tank Asbestos Waste Reduction NPDES Municipal Voluntary Remediation Program Wastewater New applications will be added to GEOS over time. What are the benefits of GEOS?
Improving Program effectiveness and efficiency. Reduced workload for managing data. Reduction in printing and mailing costs. Gives permittees the ability to track their permit status electronically. Web Based no software to install GEOS Training Website: This should be your starting point http://epd.georgia.gov/geos GEOS Training Website - Documents
GEOS Training Website - FAQ GEOS Training Website - Calendar GEOS Training Website - Videos GEOS Training Website General Information GEOS Training Website - Contacts Trainings Hands on in a computer lab using a training system
This allows the participants to actually get in and play with the system that is a duplicate of the live system It is a sandbox where you can enter information and see how the system behaves but none of the information translates over to the live system Trainings The trainings are dispersed all across the state and generally take place at Technical Colleges Cordele May 30th Macon June 1st Clarkesville July 10th Atlanta August 1st
Dalton August 2nd Savannah October 18th Acworth November 6th Valdosta November 29th Macon November 30th Athens December 12th Trainings We currently working on scheduling the following additional locations Lawrenceville Warm Springs Brunswick
These will be added as the classroom space is confirmed We will also have a booth at the SHE & GEC Conference Trainings The following topics are covered in training Understanding GEOS account groups and types. Creating/Managing an account for GEOS. Fill out/Submit application(s) within GEOS. Managing/Tracking Applications within GEOS Fee Payment & Public Portal Trainings
The three things that we truly focus on are: Creating your account and making sure you create the correct account type Fee Payment Preparer Responsible Official (RO) How an RO associates their facilities correctly and making sure they select the correct source How an RO associates Consultants and Preparers Account Groups & Privileges User Type Fee Payment
Preparer Purpose Fee Payment Account Type is designed for users who only want to use GEOS to make payments. A preparer is someone who is assigned by a RO to create and prepare applications for their facility.
The preparer generally has no right to actually submit an application but can prepare applications for a single or multiple ROs that they have been associated with. The types of application and the facilities that the preparer can prepare applications for are all defined by the RO. An RO can be associated as a preparer for another RO.
Account Privileges View and submit Online Payment Track account transactions View and prepare an electronic data entry form in GEOS View submitted data in GEOS Keep track of the status of submitted records Keep track of
issuances Account Groups & Privileges User Type Responsible Official (RO) Purpose
Only the RO account can certify and submit applications in GEOS. An RO can only maintain one User Account; this account inherently has Preparer privileges. This one account may be assigned RO privileges for certain facilities and Preparer privileges for others.
Generally, for an RO to submit an application, they must first be approved by the EPD as the RO for that facility. An RO can request additional Account Types through the GEOS system Account Privileges
Certify and submit a data entry form in GEOS Associate a consultant to their account to prepare applications View and submit Online Payment Track account
transactions View and prepare an electronic data entry form in GEOS View submitted data in GEOS Keep track of the status of submitted records Keep track of issuances Account Groups & Types GEOS has three account groups and fourteen account types for the regulated community. Your access to these account types will be determined by the account group you belong to.
Account Group Fee Payment Preparer Responsible Official Account Type Fee Payment Preparer Responsible Official for Municipal Wastewater, Responsible Official for TitleV, Responsible Official for SIP, RO/Owner for Scrap Tire, RO/Owner for Lead-Based Paint and Asbestos, RO/ Owner for Trust Fund Reimbursement Request, RO/Owner for Underground Storage Tank, Invoice Payment Only, RO/Owner for Brownfield, RO/Owner for Hazardous Waste Fee,
RO/Owner for Hazardous Substance Fee, RO/Owner for Voluntary Remediation Program, RO/Owner for Storm Water Construction, RO/Owner for Storm Water Industrial Identity Proofing In order to be approved as a Responsible Official for a facility you may first have to have your identity proofed The type of Identity Proofing that you must use is dependent on the types of applications you are requesting Identity Proofing is done by e-verify or ESA (Subscriber Agreement) We cover the entire identity proofing process in
training or you can find it on the Training Website Trainings We also cover numerous other features You will pretty much touch and see every aspect of the GEOS System Classes start at 10:00am and generally run to 3:30pm We break for lunch If you need any individual coaching we will do that from 3:30 - 4:00pm Questions? Please join us for a full
complete training More information can be found at: http:// epd.georgia.gov/geos/trai ning-events ITOS EPD Training Team 706-542-5308 [email protected]
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