In-house training

AEBN provides in-house training, general and tailored, in the format of workshops to the needs of your staff and organisational requirements.

Courses can range from Introductory to Advanced Level and can be conducted from a half day course to a two day course – depending on your requirements – and will be held at your site for your convenience.  Courses are delivered by AEBN’s chemical management experts and environmental management experts.

Whatever your needs, we will design for you.  (Below are some regular tailored courses that we hold for industry, business and councils across Australia.  We will tailor to your requirements).

Please contact the AEBN for details on how we can assist your staff and organisation.

TopicDescriptionDuration
Dangerous Goods Storage & Handling (including Transport, if required)
The Australian Environment Business Network conducts tailored Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced Level Workshops – designed to your staff needs and organisational requirements.

 

Half and full day
Chemical management, including Hazardous Chemicals, Dangerous Goods, GHS (whatever your needs, we will design for you)

Courses tailored to your requirements and designed from shop floor to senior management.

 

Half, full and two day

Globally Harmonized System for the Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS)

Courses tailored to your requirements and designed from shop floor to senior management.

 

Half day or full day
Environmental Training

Courses tailored to cover detail from shop floor to senior management. Overview of environmental laws, policies, pollution law, contaminated land, environmental management, including ISO 14001 training OR tailored to your requirements.

 

Half, full and two day
Managing Risk Assessments for Dangerous GoodsAEBN will provide participants with the necessary tools to manage the Risk Assessment process. Topics covered include – why undertake a Risk Assessment; Hazard identification; Assessing risk and factors affecting risk; Different options of documenting a risk assessment; Quantifying risk; Controlling risk; Managing the process; Sources of information; and Case studies presented.Half day or Full day

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