Environmental Good Practice on Site - Training Pack
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The construction industry is under pressure to improve its environmental performance, not just from legislators and environmental watchdogs, but also from clients and their professional advisers. But how can information about complex issues be transmitted successfully to all levels of a construction organisation? For the answer, you need CIRIA's new training pack, C525. The pack is a comprehensive and highly flexible resource, intended for use by non- specialists as well as experienced trainers. It contains all the materials necessary to generate a variety of training programmes: 142 PowerPoint slides and trainer's notes, case studies, quizzes, delegates' checklists, feedback forms, a blank training certificate and trainer's guide. Also incorporated in the pack are a 15-minute video and one copy each of CIRIA publications C502, C503 and poster C502P. The main pack materials are provided on CD-ROM, from which the trainer can produce acetate overheads and copies of delegates' materials. Subjects covered include: introduction to environmental issues, site management, water, waste, noise, dust and emissions, wildlife, archaeology and construction processes. CIRIA's environmental training pack is a powerful tool to help construction companies meet their environmental obligations with confidence - no construction organisation can afford to be without it.
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