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RE: Measuring Behavior Change



Here is one example with measured results. A training video teaching best
practices for industrial spray painter was produced and used to train 55
painters. Before and after results document 3,790 gallons (25,000 lb.) of
solvent and $5,000 per year is saved though on-going training. Similar
results were expected for paint. The collective 10% reduction in emissions
equates to a 10,000 lb. reduction in toxic emissions for the company. The
cost of the video came in 30% ($1,545 out of $5,000) under budget due to
more extensive use of company management than planned.


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> From: 	Mary_D_Betsch@rl.gov[SMTP:Mary_D_Betsch@rl.gov]
> Sent: 	Thursday, July 01, 1999 1:04 PM
> To: 	p2Tech@great-lakes.net
> Subject: 	Measuring Behavior Change
> 
> Does anyone have any statistics or published information on the cost
> savings, % improvement, etc. for implementing a P2 training program for
> all employees?
> 
> Thanks very much!
> 
> Mary
> 
> Mary Betsch
> Waste Management Hanford
> P.O. Box 700, H6-06
> Richland, WA  99352
> Phone (509) 372-1627
> Fax (509) 373-0743
> Mary_D_Betsch@rl.gov
>