Type : Online (Self Guided)
Platform : Nimkartek
Language : English
Cost : USD 210 USD (US Dollar)
Examination : Yes
certificate : Yes
Registration Open : From (01 Jul 2023) To (31 Dec 2023)
Attendance to the course is permitted only upon payment and approval from the training provider.
ONLINE TRAINING on ZDHC ‘Top 10 Issues in Chemical Management’
~ Anytime, Anywhere: At Your Convenience ~
This training on ZDHC’s Top 10 Issues in Chemical Management has been developed to help participants understand the common problems faced by the textile industry because of poor chemical management practices.
NimkarTek’s Online Training on ZDHC Top 10 Issues in Chemical Management, supports individuals and organizations in understanding and learning how to solve the most common problems that arise for Chemical Management in the Textile industry. The Training is delivered entirely ONLINE via the E-Learning Platform, NOTES. The Training Curriculum is in the form of 5 Interactive Training courses, each with a duration of approximately 30-45 minutes.
The Technical content is interspersed with Activities, Quizzes, Downloadable Resource Materials and Case Studies.
Please note - Since the training is NOT a Webinar, it can be accessed at any time through the NOTES Platform.
The course is self-paced and online so it is entirely up to the participant to manage their own time to ensure they finish the course content within 30 days from the ‘Launch’ of the First Course.
NimkarTek's Technical Team will be available to respond to your queries and questions.
The Training course 'ZDHC- Top 10 Issues in a Chemical Management System’ is designed to improve your understanding on the 10 frequent issue areas in the textile industry, and the best practice solutions for these issues.
After completing the course, you will have knowledge about: • ZDHC Roadmap to Zero Programme • Internal purchasing policy to ensure ZDHC MRSL compliance. • Qualified Chemical management team leaders. • Documentations permits and verification. • Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). • Ability to understand and build a chemical inventory. • Knowledge of chemical separation/segregation. • Chemical storage and on-site management. • General training in chemical management. • PPE implementation and maintenance. • Capability to identify where WEF hazardous chemical test report results originate in the factory from chemicals.
The learners have either completed the course Chemical Management in the Textile Industry; have proven knowledge, or an operational background in chemical management in the textile, footwear or leather industry.