Description

Despite best efforts, someone around you will occasionally spill a drink, paint or another liquid in your day-to-day environment.  The same thing happens and sometimes on a much larger scale in the business world.  


Key Questions

How do the largest companies in the United States along with state and federal regulators work together to prevent spills?

How do we make sure we are ready with planning and preparedness?

How collaboration and trusted relationships enable us to act quickly to respond to a spill when it occurs to remove the spilled product in the safest and most efficient manner.  

How do we collect and recycle spilled products like oil and gasoline?

How do we safely remove and dispose of hazardous waste? 

 

Expected Outcomes

How important is collaboration to avoid or minimize spills?

How do we respond when a spill happens?

What can we do to minimize the long-term negative impacts from a spill?

What career paths are there for students interested in protecting our environment?

 

Documents

Curriculum Alignment

Completed Date

 03/22/2017 11:00 AM   Eastern Time

Duration

 00:45

Presenter

Lynn Lyon Connect

Invitee

Katie Ritts

Invitee

Amy Douglas CAPTAIN SHREVE HIGH SCHOOL

Invitee

Carla Moreau BUNKIE NEW TECH HIGH SCHOOL
Classes
Not Available  
Grades
Grade 9 To 12  
Career Clusters
Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources  
No. of Students
Not Available  
Topic
World Water Day - Spills Happen, Keeping Our Waters Clean
Sub Topic
Not Available  
Industry
Not Available  
Skills/Specialties
Environmental Analysis   Water Management   Water Conservation   Water Treatment   Oil & Gas Industry   Sustianability   Pollution Prevention   Manufacturing   Waste Management   Hazardous Waste Management