Storm Water Pollution Prevention

E-LEARNING TRAINING
Storm water pollution occurs any time chemicals, petroleum products, wastes, herbicides, pesticides or other industrial-type materials are washed away with the storm water run-off or snow melt. This training prepares employees and contractors to prevent storm water pollution by teaching the requirements and Best Management Practices (BMPs) of working safely around storm water drains. (Duration: 90 Minutes)
Topics Covered:
  • Introduction
    • Storm on the way
  • Storm Water & the Law
    • The problem
    • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan
    • BMP's
  • Good Housekeeping
    • What is good housekeeping?
    • Containers & leaks
    • Regular clean-up
  • Materials Management
    • Loading and unloading
    • Outdoor storage
  • Spill Response
    • Responsibilities
    • Clean-up methods
    • Hazardous spills
    • Protect storm drains
  • Equipment Fueling & Repair
    • Pollutants
    • Maintenance guidelines
    • Leaking equipment
    • Washing
  • Outdoor Manufacturing
    • Control manufacturing & materials
    • Leaks & wastes
  • Preventive Maintenance
    • Scheduled maintenance & regular inspections
  • Waste Management
    • Waste and storm drains
    • Proper disposal
    • Draining secondary containment
  • Dust Emission
    • Observation & clean-up
  • Conclusion
    • No worries
Duration:
1.5 hours ( 1 hours )
Code/regulation:
Who should attend:
All employees at municipal facilities covered under an NPDES Permit
Frequency:
Every Year
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