Below you will find two different Employee Trainings, please click on the link to view the training that has been assigned by your employer.

Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping: Employee Training

The Phase II Stormwater Permit requires that MS4s make sure that employees at their own operations and facilities prevent stormwater pollution. This means that municipal facilities such as maintenance facilities, garages, transportation terminals, parks, marinas, golf courses, streets and roads, fire and police stations and office buildings must take measures to protect the stormwater or snow melt leaving these facilities. The EPA calls the control measures that protect stormwater “best management practices” or “BMPs”. Good housekeeping is one important BMP.

Click here for the Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping employee training.

Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE): Employee Training

Municipalities, urbanized areas of counties, universities, some military installations and certain other public entities that operate municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4s) must protect those systems from pollution. Pollution can result from exposure of stormwater run-off or snow melt to materials such as fuels, chemicals, raw materials, fertilizers, pesticides and wastes.Click here for the Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE) employee training.

Information collected will NOT BE graded or linked to a specific person when reported to employers. The reviews are NOT performance evaluations.