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RE: P2 Talk and Activities



I led an ISO 14000 session last month with fairly senior people in
attendance.  I had a block of time allotted for small group discussions
(similar to that described in your message) and the time was well spent.  I
recommend you try it.  Also, after everyone introduced themselves, I
discovered there were people in the group who easily could have run the
training session.  I found myself frequently asking them (and then the
balance of the class) for their input into issues I raised.  That
"requesting" a response from the experienced people in the session really
helped break the ice for all of the attendees.  One more thing, I happen to
like Play Doh Fun Factory!; you might be right though, its best place might
not be in a P2 class.
Bill Pioli QEP,CSP
EHS Specialist 
Hatch USA
716 632 7200   	phone
716 632 7209	fax
wpioli@hatch.ca	email

-----Original Message-----
From: Marlyn Aguilar [mailto:maguilar@eha.health.state.hi.us]
Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2000 10:51 AM
To: p2tech@great-lakes.net
Subject: P2 Talk and Activities

Hi Everyone!

I am scheduled to lead a session on pollution prevention in a few 
weeks.  Does anyone have any effective ways or ideas to get people 
talking about P2?  The group is a bit more formal and I don't think 
they'd enjoy playing activities like the Play-Doh Fun Factory.  I may 
break them up into groups and have them talk about specific P2 issues 
and present their group's discussion at the end.  Any thoughts or 
ideas?  Thanks in advance for your help.

Marlyn Aguilar
Hawaii Dept of Health
Waste Minimization Coordinator