New hires and seasoned crew members alike need this sewer inspection and maintenance training reference manual
According to the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics, a staggering 74 percent of employees aren’t achieving their full potential at work due to lack of proper training. The stakes are particularly high when it comes to sewer inspection and maintenance, where deteriorating infrastructure and dwindling budgets make worker efficiency imperative. Even municipal employees who are equipped with state-of-the-art sewer inspection technology, PACP-compliant software and safety equipment will fall short if not given the proper training.
To help municipal managers and sewer rehab contractors quickly train new employees, Envirosight has published a new resource entitled Sewer Maintenance 101: A Quick and Dirty Guide to Sewer Inspection and Upkeep. It’s an easy-to-use reference guide to help industry newcomers get quickly up to speed on sewer infrastructure, best practices, safety and terminology. This guidebook introduces everything from the basic components of a sewer system to why using comprehensive sewer asset management software is important. It also provides links to resources from the EPA, NASSCO and OSHA for more in-depth study.
This guidebook is an ideal reference tool for someone new to the industry seeking an introduction to sewer inspection and maintenance or as a quick reference for your most seasoned crew members. Request a free printed copy of Sewer Maintenance 101: A Quick and Dirty Guide to Sewer Inspection and Upkeep today.