Storm Water Management Training

Within the field of environmental safety, the term “point source” refers to conveyor-like systems that can transport pollutants into waterways. They include things like pipes and ditches.

To avoid large-scale water contamination, the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) regulates these point sources, especially those concerned with businesses. If your facility falls under this regulation, it’s important to have a storm water pollution prevention plan (SWPPP) in place and to teach your workforce about it.

This training course covers the specifics of SWPPPs, which the EPA requires facilities to have. After taking the course, workers will know the answers to these questions:

  • What is the purpose of an SWPPP?
  • How did the facility develop its SWPPP?
  • What are important provisions within the plan?

They’ll also learn the different elements of an SWPPP and answer retention-based questions throughout the module. Once you fill out the form above, you’ll get immediate access to both the video and PowerPoint (PPT) versions of the course.

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