Each year towns must train their staff on:
|#||Training topic||Example material|
|1||Water quality issues and managing municipal stormwater||Why regulate stormwater?|
|2||The goals and objectives of their Stormwater Management Plan||Connecticut's MS4 Permit: What's New?webinar|
|3||Good-housekeeping Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) covering how the town:
||CRMSWC video:SWPPPs at Municipal Maintenance Facilities
Minnesota MS4 Tool Kit:
|4||How to identify and report illicit discharges, SSOs and improper waste disposal||North Central Texas Council of Governments -How to Spot and Report Stormwater Pollution
Minnesota MS4 Tool Kit - IDDE Video
|5||Spill response protocols and responsibilities of involved personnel||Minnesota MS4 Tool Kit - Spill Response|
|6||How to properly handle petroleum and other potential pollutants||Minnesota MS4 Tool Kit:|
Other Training Materials:
Wessler Engineering MS4 Training provides training and education on Minimum Control Measure 6 - Pollution Prevention and Good House Keeping - of the MS4 Permit.
Partners for a Clean Environment (PACE) provides free online stormwater training presentations, SOPs, and BMPs related to municipal stormwater operations.
Employee training video for parks maintenance and stormwater protection from Minnesota.
Connecicut's Training and Technical Assistance Center offers various types of training and certifications for public works and road maintenance, especially with regards to snow management practices.
EPA's Watershed Academy Web Training offers 15 core educational modules covering various aspects of watershed management and protection. Certification at the end of the course is available.