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Re: interactive computer-based training software




>From P2Tech on July 6, 1999

Submitted By 
Sharyn Baker
Instructor/Computer-Based-Training Design
Department of Facilities Operations
Mailstop A078
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
Denver, Colorado 80262
Email: sharyn.baker@uchsc.edu 
Office phone: (303) 315-8003

The University of Colorado Health Sciences Center has developed an
interactive CD-ROM training program for generators of hazardous waste.
This fully interactive multimedia tutorial provides an hour-long
training program on the topics of

*  The impact of hazardous waste on the environment and human health

*  The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 

*  The Colorado Hazardous Waste Regulations, including information on
what is a hazardous waste, and generator responsibilities (mirrors those
of the EPA)

*   Hazardous waste management procedures related to waste storage and
accumulation, container management, chemical segregation and storage,
preparedness and prevention, contingency planning and emergency
response.


>>> "Hamdy El-Rayes" <elrayes@ksu.edu> 04/12/02 03:51PM >>>
Dear P2Tech,

We are interested in developing an interactive computer based training
for
KS generators. The program will be posted on web.  It would focus on
hazardous waste regulations and include basic P2 and a review of other
regulations including air, solid waste and water.

I would like to know if you are aware of any similar software.

Your help would be very much appreciated.

Thanks.

Hamdy El-Rayes, MBA, Ph.D., P.E.
Director, Pollution Prevention Institute
Kansas State University
133 Ward Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-2508
Tel: 785-532-3246
elrayes@ksu.edu