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Virtual Training: Portable Sanitation & Work Sites

Virtual Training: Portable Sanitation & Work Sites

Grow your skills and confidence in serving work site customers

Tuesday, April 16, 2024
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM (CDT)

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* Registration open until 4/16/24 at 8:00 AM (CST)

Event Details


This 90-minute course is designed to assist portable sanitation operators and their teams in growing their skills and confidence in serving work site customers.

You will learn:

  • How to differentiate needs and best practices for different types of work sites;
  • What you need to know regarding special types of work sites such as federal installations, schools, and big box stores;
  • Key considerations in determining the optimal number and types of portable units required for work sites;
  • How to identify both ideal and acceptable placement configuration options at various work sites;
  • Specific behaviors you should employ and those they should avoid when placing, servicing, and picking up at work sites.

large construction site


Member pricing: $100

Nonmember pricing: $130

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Length of Session:

90 minutes

For More Information:

Portable Sanitation Association International Logo 1601 Utica Avenue South Suite 213
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416
United States

Steve Ritter, General Manager, Tidy Services of Roanoke, VA

Trainer Bio: Steve Ritter is the General Manager of Tidy Services based out of Roanoke, Virginia. At Tidy, he leads an amazing team of people, who make him look good, doing everything from porta john deliveries and servicing, restroom trailers, septic and grease, and roll-off containers. 

Steve has spent 20 years in the logistics industry, managing drivers and teams at international companies like DHL and FedEx and a brief stint at Kroger before he came into the best industry in the world, that of Portable Sanitation. He was noted for his ability to put together teams to travel and take care of service issues and fix trouble hot spots. His focus is to always find how technology can improve the workspace and help drivers become more efficient.

Jamie Gunderson