Center Webinars / Training Opportunities:
Food Processing Environmental Assistance Center Webinar Series:
Topic areas are presented under federal laws including the Clean Water Act (CWA), the Clean Air Act (CAA), and the Emergency Planning and Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA), and how these laws pertain to the food industry and processors. See the flyer for more information. You can register online.
Printers' National Environmental Assistance Center (PNEAC):
List of on-line, DVD, and VHS training resoruces:
National Metal Finishing Resource Center (NMFRC):
Inspection Survival Course for Metal Finishers:
http://www.nmfrc.org/iscourse.cfm (Fee assoicated with course)
Training availability, including on-line, cd rom and class room opportunities:
S/P2 (Safety and Pollution Prevention) CCAR-GreenLink®: www.sp2.org
The goal of S/P2 is to every worker and student involved in automotive repair, maintenance, and insurance claims handling on S/P2 (Safety and Pollution Prevention) issues, to help reduce injury, illness, and environmental impact. S/P2 is made available free of charge to automotive training programs as high schools, career/tech schools, community colleges, etc.
For businesses, S/P2 is accessible on a paid, annual subscription basis. The $299 annual subscription allows the business to conduct an unlimited amount of training during the 12-month period.
National Agriculture Compliance Assistance Center (Ag Center):
Ag 101 - Ag 101 provides a brief overview of American agriculture. This on-line course covers the primary commodities produced today and the methods of doing so.Agricultural Worker Protection Standard (WPS) Training Resources: a list of free resources available for training agricultural workers and pesticides handlers under the WPS is at http://www.epa.gov/agriculture/awor.html
Ag-related Training: A list of ag-related training resources from various sources is at:
ChemAlliance has conducted a few training sessions, and made our powerpoint materials available online:
These were not designed as online training tools, rather as supplements to in-person training. However, they are likely to be of use to people who are conducting training in the topical areas we've covered, including the new DHS Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism regulations, Chemical Manufacturing for permit writers and technical assistance providers, and pollution prevention in the Chemical Industry.