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"Yesterday we talked about why project managers and other stakeholders use EPA’s best management practices (BMPs) to implement green remediations. Two of the most common types of site remediations involve the cleanup of underground storage tanks (USTs) and installation of covers for landfills."
"Have your training resources been cut back? Are you on your own in a training department of one? Do you manage a small training department with a big workforce? If so, there are ways you can use your limited resources more wisely and still accomplish your company’s training goals."
"Yesterday we told you that one way you can be a better EHS trainer is to get trainees to evaluate your sessions. If you get feedback that tells you that your training is boring, you’ve got a problem. Let’s face it--it’s easy to fall into the same monotonous pattern of giving the same training over and over. But if your training is boring it’s not going to be effective. Here are some easy tweaks to freshen your training and materials—and it won’t cost you a thing!"
"If you had to rate yourself as an EHS trainer, you’d probably give yourself high marks, right? But would your trainees agree with your score? Environmental and safety compliance at your facility in a lot of ways really depends on the effectiveness of your training. And if you are the trainer you need to be good at it because you are responsible for making sure your message gets across to trainees."