• Lars Lawson

PJR will offer R2 Electronics Recycling Training in Indianapolis

R2 Training Syllabus

  1. Learn five simple steps to R2 certification

  2. Learn requirements of the R2 standard

  3. Evaluate the differences between the e-stewards initiative & R2 certification

  4. Understand registrar requirements regarding upgrading your existing ISO 9001 or ISO 14001 certification to R2

  5. What should be included in a focus materials plan

  6. What should an R2 policy address

  7. What level of internal training is required

  8. What is expected of the established EHSMS

  9. How to select and evaluate downstream vendors

  10. Learn what qualifications an R2 internal auditor must possess

  11. Framework for effective compliance evaluations

  12. Understand the EPA’s role, the Basel Convention, and Basel Action Network (BAN)

  13. Learn about the R2 optional exam and find out how to become the internal auditor for your company.

When:  June 10, 2010

            7:30 – 8 a.m.                      Registration

            8 a.m. – 12 p.m.                 A.M. Session

            12 – 1 p.m.                         Lunch (provided)

             1 – 3 p.m.                          P.M. Session

 Where:  1500 N. Delaware Street

              Indianapolis, IN  46202

              (317) 632-5915

Price:  Early Registration (if registered on or before June 4th)

           – $100 for IRC members            – $200 for non-members

           Late Registration (if registered after June 4th)            – $125 for IRC members            – $225 for non-members

Registration:  Registration for this R2 seminar can be made by phone or e-mail.  Please remember to include your name, company name, address, phone number and e-mail.  For more information or to register, contact Rich Shelhamer at 1-800-801-1003 or e-mail at Chicago@pjr.com

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