Go to Training

Links to Additional Resources

Feedback form

CLU-IN Studio
spacer United States Environmental Protection Agency
ITRC Quality Considerations for Multiple Aspects of Munitions Response Sites
Sponsored by: Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council
Time/Date of Training:

No deliveries for this seminar are currently scheduled.

You may be interested in the following archive of this seminar:

Training Course Overview:

The Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council (ITRC) is excited to release an on-demand training video that provides a 30-minute introductory overview of ITRC's Quality Considerations for Multiple Aspects of Munitions Response Sites (QCMR-1, 2018) guidance document. The training explains the decision logic used throughout a munitions response (MR) project and assists in developing the Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA/QC) activities that ensure quality data and confidence in decisions. This training provides an overview of the MR process and identifies specific quality considerations at critical decision points for MR projects. Planning for each decision point requires specific quality metrics be assigned and ongoing monitoring confirms project objectives are met.
After participating in this training learners should be able to:

  • Define quality.
  • Identify appropriate quality goals, steps, and metrics including developing data quality objectives (DQOs) that provide a clear and defensible basis for project decisions.
  • Develop an evolving conceptual site model (CSM) to support quality decisions and update the CSM through the project life cycle.
  • Expedite review/approval of MR project work plans and quickly evaluate the quality of MR work performed.
This training is available on-demand and you can download and view the training at any time by going to:

Trainers: Trainers: Moderators:
Participation Tips and Suggestions
Go to Training

Press the "Go to Training" button to view the seminar. Please be at this location at the beginning of the conference call.

Download Training Materials

The seminar is available for download in both Microsoft PowerPoint and Adobe Acrobat formats. Both formats include the instructors' notes.
These links open in a pop-up window. You may need to turn off any pop-up blockers or add * to your list of allowed sites for pop-ups.

After the training is complete, please view:
Links to Additional Resources Training Feedback Form

Produced by the U.S. EPA, Technology Innovation and Field Services Division
Questions about our Internet Seminars? | Technical problems?
Rehabilitation Act Notice for Reasonable Accommodation, Webinar Recording, and Content Disclaimer