CARY, N.C., July 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Environmental Resource Center announced today the addition to their web site (http://www.ercweb.com) of a program designed to help environmental and safety employees determine their training requirements. Based on multiple-choice responses to questions on your job functions and the characteristics of your facility, you are lead step-by-step through a process that determines your environmental, health, and safety training requirements. Upon completion, a list appears of the training requirements to which you may be subject (based on your answers) and the appropriate regulatory citation for each requirement. "Determining what types of training are needed is one of the most difficult parts of an environmental or safety manager's job," said Brian Karnofsky, president of Environmental Resource Center. "We developed this free interactive training guide to help simplify that process." Environmental Resource Center's web site (http://www.ercweb.com) also includes descriptions of courses designed to meet training requirements, as well as the dates and locations the courses are available. Combining the interactive training guide with on-line registration offers interested parties the ability to review the information, decide what they need, and register, all in a one-step process which is accessible 24-hours a day. For a limited time, Environmental Resource Center is offering a free CD-ROM version of the interactive training guide to those without Internet access. To receive it, call 800-537-2372, fax 919-469-1585, or write Environmental Resource Center, 101 Center Pointe Drive, Cary, NC 27513 with your mailing address. Environmental Resource Center, a full-service environmental consulting firm headquartered in North Carolina, has been providing environmental consulting and educational services since 1981. For additional information on this press release, contact Tammy Nielsen at (919) 469-1585 ext. 226.
SOURCE Environmental Resource Center