Key Step 11: Monitor Program Results and Identification for
The target audience for this guide is the "champion" or the individual who will coordinate and manage the overall program at your facility. The "Key Steps" section has been included to assist you in your efforts to establish and maintain your program. The "Reality Check" at the end of each step has suggestions for shortcuts and other pertinent advice. The information in this section was developed based on three years experience in defining, implementing, and refining a program within the Rockwell Collins Commercial and Defense businesses in Iowa.
Remember that for your program to be "world class", a tremendous amount of work and dedication will be required. At any time during the development or start-up of your program, if you don't feel a genuine need or desire to improve the methods of handling your facility's solid waste generation and disposal practices, or you feel it is just a whole lot more than you want to take on, PLEASE transfer the program to someone else. Once you begin the process to get your site employees set for the change and then stop the momentum, it will be twice as hard for the next person to restart the process. If you demonstrate a personal commitment to improving your site process and instill this commitment to others at your site, there is no limit in what your program will accomplish!