A list of the webinar courses offered by Blue Heron and Zhashagi.

April 4, 2018

Site Water Runoff and Preparing for Spring Freshet

In this webinar, we will take a look at the regulatory requirements related to Storm Water Control Studies, as well as provide tips on how to prepare for, prevent, manage and monitor runoff.
August 23, 2017

Liquid Fuels Handling Code

One of the toughest roles of a mining company’s Environmental Coordinator is to stay on top of existing regulations and amendments related to the sites activities and operations. Join us for the latest on O.Reg 217, and a discussion on best practices related to this regulation.
August 23, 2017

Waste Management and Recycling

This webinar will review regulatory requirements around waste management, examples of waste-related practices in industry, as well as opportunities for recycling at your site.
August 23, 2017

How to Build a Study

This webinar is intended for individuals who have been requested to complete a scientific research study to support compliance obligations.
August 23, 2017

Revegetating your Site Using Native Plant Species

If you want to know how you can use Native Plant Species to rehabilitate your site in place of the general MTO Mix, then this webinar is for you!
August 23, 2017

Winter Fieldwork Safety

Our webinar will involve a presentation regarding best safety practices for winter fieldwork as well as provide tips and tools to use when preparing for your next outing, while adhering to industrial site requirements.
August 23, 2017

Winter Environmental Emergencies

Join us for this one hour talk to discuss a safety field plan, personal preparedness as well as site preparedness during the harsh winter conditions.
August 23, 2017

Spill Action Center | When do I need to call?

Our webinar will navigate the language around the Environmental Protection Act, the Classification and Exemption of Spills (O. Reg. 657/98), Spill Prevention and Contingency Plans (O. Reg. 224/07), and other regulatory requirements to help you understand what is considered a “Reportable Spill” in Ontario.