Environmental Management Training in Chad

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Clean Energy Certification Courses

by GPEKS - Green Power Environment Knowledge Systems     based in Ottawa, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Our certification programs are offered in a growing number of areas. We are constantly working on developing new courses

Conserve Wetlands

by Environmental Law Institute (ELI)     based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA)

The Environmental Law Institute’s Wetlands Program provides professionals and the public with timely, balanced information on wetlands law, policy, science, and management in order to prevent wetlands loss and result in a net gain of wetlands across the United States.

Train the Trainer Course

by Maritime Protective Services, Inc.     based in Delray Beach, FLORIDA (USA)

This five-day course is designed to prepare attendees to instruct on the subject of maritime security as reflected in the International Ship and Port Facility Course (ISPS) Code and the Maritime Transportation Security Act Course (MTSA) and its implementing regulations. The course provides them with the basic skills, outlook, and knowledge to ...

Green Building with Steel: Material Attributes, Applications and LEED

by 360training.com, Inc.     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

Green Building is rapidly becoming mainstream, mostly due to increasing environmental concerns, a desire to develop healthier structures, and increasing regulation from the permitting authorities. This 1-hour introductory interactive online course examines Green Building in relation to the use of steel as a primary structural building material, ...

Introduction to Modern Power Plant

by E-ON Engineering Academy     based in Nottingham, UNITED KINGDOM

By the end of the training period, delegates should be able to demonstrate knowledge of how electricity is produced in a modern power plant.

Ladder Safety-Canadian

by SafetySkills     based in Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA (USA)

Falls are the most common cause of fatal injuries to construction workers and ladders are one of the most common pieces of equipment on a construction site. Contractors and foreman can do many things to organize the worksite to be safer for their employees. But workers themselves can also make some inexpensive, simple changes to the way they work ...

MSc Environmental Management for Business

by Cranfield University     based in Cranfield, UNITED KINGDOM

The concept of sustainable development, which aims to harmonise the economic, social and environmental dimensions of development strategy, is now a key feature of policy-making by governments throughout the world. A major challenge is to change patterns of production and consumption to achieve sustainable development objectives without ...

OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens

by Complianz World     based in Phoenix, ARIZONA (USA)

This 90-minute webinar will describe and explain the steps required to establish and put in place a blood borne pathogen program that is in compliance with OSHA’s requirements. Exposure to blood borne pathogens has long been recognized as a potential hazard, not merely to health care workers, but to others who deal with the public, as well. ...

Nanotechnology for Water and Wastewater Treatment

by UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education     based in Delft, NETHERLANDS

The emergence of nanobiotechnology and the incorporation of living microorganisms in biomicroelectronic devices are revolutionizing interdisciplinary opportunities for microbiologists and biotechnologists to participate in understanding microbial processes in and from the environment. Moreover, it offers revolutionary perspectives to develop and ...

Construction Safety

by SafetySkills     based in Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA (USA)

According to OSHA, nearly 6.5 million people work at approximately 252,000 construction sites across the nation on any given day. The fatal injury rate for the construction industry is higher than the national average for all industries. Potential hazards for workers in the construction industry include: Falls, trench collapse, scaffold collapse, ...

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