Delegates will gain a greater knowledge and understanding of managing waste and develop practical solutions to reduce the risks to the environment and to the Health and Safety of the workforce. Working in teams and individually, practitioners who come into contact with and manage waste collectors, engage in disposal (either through contractors) or themselves and have responsibility for better disposal; will work to create environmental solutions that will protect and sustain the environment for future generations.
Understand the challenges and opportunities that face the waste and resources management sector around the world and Malaysia
Understand the Circular Economy; its risks and rewards
Understand the best practice in Health and Safety, Categorisation and treatment of wastes.
Understand how to implement change to improve site operation including duty of care, assessing competence and managing a diverse workforce and operations
Waste Management Around the World
Defining the meaning of Waste
What is the meaning of “Sustainable Waste Management “?
The Waste Hierarchy
From waste to Resources: the link with The Circular Economy Business Model
Waste Management Treatment Technologies: An overview
Hazardous Wastes: an overview on WEEE and clinical waste
Behaviour change of residents: 3Rs campaign design
Achieving the Circular economy with Food and plastic wastes
Tutor led session
Workshop activities: Analysing, debating and preparing information on best practice
For further information on our courses and pricing structure, please call one of our training advisors on 01539 437436 or use our enquiry form. Visit www.iema.net for more information.
We work with a large number of companies and recognise that organisations have very different training needs. We are committed to providing a memorable and measurable training experience. We appreciate the pressures faced by businesses. Our specialist training teams deliver specific solutions to reflect the industry within which you and your firm operates.