A recent release from the EPA states that Air Quality continues to improve in the U.S. with the combined emissions of six key pollutants dropping by 73% in the last 46 years:
- “Lead (3-month average) ↓99 percent
- Carbon monoxide (8-hour) ↓ 77 percent
- Sulfur dioxide (1-hour) ↓ 85 percent
- Nitrogen dioxide (annual) ↓ 56 percent
- Ground-level ozone (8-hour) ↓ 22 percent
- Coarse Particulate Matter (24-hour) ↓ 39 percent and Fine Particulate Matter (24-hour) ↓ 44 percent”
This significant progress to our air quality highlights the importance of the Clean Air Act and how education is essential to maintain a healthy environment.
ECATTS offers targeted environmental curriculum training and individual modules in Air/ Emissions, General Environmental Compliance and much more. Check out what ECATTS training can do for you now at: https://training.ecatts.com/ppCatalogAll?stateName=Select+a+state&state=
To view EPA’s full article, visit: https://www.epa.gov/newsreleases/air-quality-continues-improve-while-us-economy-continues-grow
Always a pleasure to hear such positive feedback from our Air Force clients:
“Excellent training material.”
“ I like the fact that the training is simple yet efficient. This [topic] is something I have seen for years and is quite important.”
“Good length, precise and short. Being able to work through the test and the material at the same time saves time while insuring information is learned.”
“ AWESOME TEST.”
“ I like the audio that goes along with [it].”
“Great learning tools.”
Hurricane season is upon us, now through the end of November. Stay smart and stay safe by preparing yourself and your family for a potential disaster.
Below are some of the top hurricane preparedness tips to help you weather a storm:
- Create an evacuation plan
- Build an emergency kit:
A basic emergency supply kit could include the following recommended items:
- Water (one gallon of water per person per day for at least three days, for drinking and sanitation)
- Food (at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food)
- Battery-powered or hand crank radio and a NOAA Weather Radio with tone alert
- Extra batteries
- First aid kit
- Whistle to signal for help
- Dust mask (to help filter contaminated air), plastic sheeting and duct tape
- Moist towelettes, garbage bags and plastic ties for personal sanitation
- Wrench or pliers to turn off utilities
- Manual can opener for food
- Local maps
- Cell phone with chargers, inverter or solar charger
3. Ensure access to radio broadcasts for information and updates
4. Protect windows with storm shutters or plywood (and store all unsecured outdoor items from blowing away)
5. Be informed and ready (Learn your community’s hurricane response plan. Plan evacuation routes or locations of nearby shelters. Register family members with special needs or requirements and make a plan for your pets.)
6. The Red Cross Emergency App can help provide guidance on what to do before, during and after hurricanes (redcross.org/apps).
Happy Earth Day! Get outside and do something nice for your environment!
You can check them out now at ecatts.com!
World Wildlife Day 2017 is focused on encouraging youth around the world to rally together to address ongoing major threats to wildlife. This includes habitat change, over-exploitation or illicit trafficking.
“Governments, law makers, enforcement officers, customs officials and park rangers across every region are scaling up their efforts to protect wildlife. It is also up to every citizen, young and old, to protect wildlife and their habitats. We all have a role to play.”
Participating in events and getting involved are great opportunities to help raise awareness and take action in order to be part of the solution.
Events near you and around the world: http://wildlifeday.org/content/events
We are happy to report once again that we received positive user feedback from our Naval Clients. Thanks for the great comments, Navy!
“This is much better than attending a class. I like it.”
“this was awesome!”
“Very pleased with the subject matter…”
“This training was so useful and will help me better understand the importance of hazmat control.”
We can’t get enough of the great feedback we’ve been getting from our valued clients. Here are some wonderful customer quotes from our good friends at the Navy:
”This was exquisite training that my fellow shipmates could really utilize and follow through with on a day to day basis.”
“Nice and quick. Focused and hit all the important information in a timely and organized manner.”
“I thought the training was kept short and to the point. This helps me out because the training is only accessible from the computers at work and we have very little time for training.”
“It’s a great system!”
“This is the best test ever keep up the good work.”
”SIMPLY WONDERFUL!!! I HAVE TO TYPE THIS IN ALL CAPS BECAUSE I AM SO EXCITED BY HOW AMAZING THIS TRAINING WAS!!!”
Thanks, Navy! We appreciate your support and positive feedback. We work hard to give you a training system that gives you what you need.
And remember, we always welcome your system feedback. If you have anything to share with us, please email our Customer Support at email@example.com.