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During the training session, example problems and trainee exercises may be bene cial to allow the trainees to work together to solve waste minimization problems in their work units and identify new waste reduction opportunities. A group discussion can also be a useful component of the training exercise to gather feedback and employee perceptions. The trainees should be made aware of the key metrics of the waste reduction program. Speci cally the environmental and economic impacts in their work units should be presented and discussed. Many employees have a desire to help the environment and by discussing the tons of solid waste that can be reduced per year by applying the waste minimization programs and process changes, the employees can gain a sense of contribution and motivation. By discussing the nancial bene ts of waste minimization to the organization the employees can be made aware that the programs will enhance job security by improving the bottom line of the organization. The tracking and monitoring methods of the waste reduction programs should also be discussed. Trend charts that display waste reduction and economic performance versus expectations should be presented. The location of these charts and how to read them should also be provided. Suitable locations include common areas such as lunch rooms or informational boards and should be in line with organizational policies. Figure 9.1 shows a sample performance chart that may be used as a template.
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In conjunction with the training session, the waste minimization and management team should carefully consider a certi cation or recognition process. Most trainees will be more motivated if there is some type of reward process; a simple thank you from the unit supervisor, a catered lunch, door prizes, or monetary prizes for meeting established goals. Employees may gain a stronger sense of team work if a certi cation process is involved with new equipment deployment. For example, if a new cardboard baler is installed, the work unit can be provided with a certi cation checklist. If all items on the checklist are met, the process can be of cially certi ed and the work unit can be recognized and/or presented with an award mentioned above. Common elements of the checklist may include
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Adherence to safety standards Adherence to the standard operating procedure Housekeeping and cleanliness Achievement of waste reduction goals over a 3-month time frame Achievement of cost-reduction/revenue goals over a 3-month time frame
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9.3 Agendas for Training
A typical training agenda includes a 1-day workshop for the affected employees that discusses the new process changes, equipment, the goals of the program, tracking methods, continuous improvement for the waste minimization program, and the need for a waste reduction mindset to change the organization culture. Below is a list of lessons learned that may be useful when developing agendas:
Ensure integrity of the measurement and tracking system. There is no such thing as overcommunication. Ensure a feedback mechanism to strengthen the program and foster employee
buy-in. Offer employees suitable rewards for meeting the program goals (some organizations prefer time off, bonus checks, luncheons, or even a donation made in the organization s name to an environmental group or charity). Existing databases are inadequate for the job. Avoid diversions. Table 9.1 is a sample agenda that may be used as a template.
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TABLE 9.1 TIME
SAMPLE TRAINING AGENDA AGENDA ITEM
9:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. 9:45 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. 10:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Registration and continental breakfast Welcoming address by CEO Waste reduction program overview and goals Overview of program changes and new procedures Catered lunch Tracking reports and monitoring processes Feedback and continuous improvement Rewards program Facility tour and on the job training for new processes Question session and closing remarks
A separate 2-day training session/workshop should be held for executives and managers to gain a better understanding of the program and the facilitation process. The program should emphasize the manager s role in coaching employees and the execution and monitoring of the system.
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