Environmental Training Courses

Environmental

Facility Emergencies

This course gives facility and maintenance supervisors an overview of steps to take to minimize the adverse effects of predictable and unpredictable events on facility grounds. It will review preliminary design and construction, maintenance and incremental improvements, and emergency preparedness. These response and recovery actions can help to minimize costly damage and facility down-time.

Category: Environmental Authors: Bryan Visscher Variants:
  1. Full Course - 22 minutes
    This version is designed for school staff.

Expert Authors for Facility Emergencies

Bryan Visscher

Bryan Visscher is the Maintenance & Operations Director and Energy Manager of the Wenatchee School District in North Central Washington. He holds a CPO (Certified Pool Operator), lead paint RRP (Repair Renovate and Paint) EPA certification, and BOC (Building Operator Certification) Level I from the Northwest Energy Efficiency Council. He has also held Asbestos and Lead Paint Abatement certifications. Bryan is active in the Washington Association of Maintenance and Operations Administrators (WAMOA).

Bryan Visscher is the Maintenance & Operations Director and Energy Manager of the Wenatchee School District in North Central Washington. He holds a CPO (Certified Pool Operator), lead paint RRP (Repair Renovate and Paint) EPA certification, and BOC (Building Operator Certification) Level I from the Northwest Energy Efficiency Council. He has also held Asbestos and Lead Paint Abatement certifications. Bryan is active in the Washington Association of Maintenance and Operations Administrators (WAMOA).