Muddy Boots Environmental Training programs are customised to meet your requirements, being shaped to your workforce to achieve the best learning outcomes. The training is interactive, practical and delivered by experienced environmental professionals.
Since 2000, Muddy Boots tailored courses have been delivered to a variety of clients, drawing upon the organisation’s extensive experience in construction, mining, power, government, agriculture, waste, manufacturing, and service industries.
Muddy Boots delivers training where you need it most. Greencap has training facilities in major metropolitan centres in Australia and New Zealand, but can also deliver training for you in-house, on-site or in the field including rural and remote locations.
Training delivery times generally range from two hours to multiple day courses.
Existing modules can be mixed and matched to create your own program, and we can also create new modules to suit your requirements. By using your own procedures, plans and photographs, the training is made relevant to your workforce needs.
Some of our existing training modules include:
Being our most popular course, this topic provides your workforce with a general understanding of environmental issues relevant to your business.
This can include:
This module covers everything from erosion and sediment control, acid sulfate soils, and asbestos in soils. Employees are given a basic, engaging scientific background to the subject, discuss best practice methods, and cover site awareness and planning. By working specifically with your company's existing structure and practices, methods and tools that work for you and your employees are provided to best manage your site.
The objective of this module is to ensure employees better understand hazardous substance management obligations within their workplace, particularly in relation to management procedures and spill clean-up. The training goes beyond instilling awareness, giving examples as to how your specific company's personnel should actually operate and what their responsibilities are for environmental management.
Cultural heritage is a critical component of all company's legal requirements. This module ensures you and your employees know what cultural heritage is and why it is important to understand. You and your team will learn how to identify items of cultural significance, and what preventative and corrective actions must be taken should the occasion arise.
This module provides the tools so you understand risk assessment, your legislative requirements, and are able to identify and assess environmental and business risks so you can better prepare, prevent, and perform. Suitable for those working with an Environmental Management System (EMS), conducting due diligence, or assessing risk.
This practical training providing the tools needed to conduct monitoring and sampling includes surface water, groundwater, soil, dust and air quality or noise. Equipment calibration, sampling procedures, working with laboratories, and reading and interpreting results are all addressed.
Being an important resource, this module is tailored to your specific land management needs, taking into consideration land size, utilisation, and current management practices.
Greencap provides the tools and understanding required to comply with legal requirements in areas such as:
In addition to delivering training, Greencap can also provide you with materials for:
We develop training programs through an analysis of your needs and applying the skills and knowledge of our expertise and professional staff to give your organisation significant benefits including:
We deliver training in-house or on-site, with facilities in major metropolitan cities in Australia and New Zealand.
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