Webinar Training Topics
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Webinars are a convenient, low-cost, and an efficient training option. We have instructors from a variety of disciplines, with specialties in environmental monitoring, compliance with legislation, environmental management systems, and various other fields.
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This webinar explains Acute and Chronic Toxicity testing (e.g. Trout, Daphnia magna, Fathead Minnow, Ceriodaphnia dubia, and Algae), and how to interpret the reports and the results.
May 10, 2008
This webinar gives insight into performing Breeding Bird Surveys and the Migratory Birds Convention Act (MBCA).
Activities such as tree clearing during breeding bird season can render clients in contravention of this act unless preventative action is taken. Nest Searches can help to identify nests with eggs and to protect those nests from tree clearing activities. This webinar will help you to stay in compliance and avoid contravention of MBCA.
Imagine this: You are an environmental coordinator for a mining company. The site management team is discussing a problem with scale build-up in the polishing pond pumps and pipes.
A suggestion to remedy the problem in the least expensive way is to open a valve and allow fresh water into the pond to bring the pH of the water down. The outlet of the polishing pond is to final treatment and final discharge.
May 11, 2008
Ontario’s regulatory requirements and triggers for a Closure Plan will be reviewed in detail. Participants will understand the approval process for Closure Plans and Closure Plan Amendments.
This webinar aims to assist industry professionals in the development, and/or implementation of Environmental Emergency Response Plans.
As the HSE culture has been prioritized in resource-based industries, the development of ERP and EERP has become a requirement…
This webinar aims to help beginners to Microsoft Excel organize spreadsheets and data into meaningful formats!
Environmental Data collection can result in significant quantities of data pertaining to water quality, air quality, and soil quality sampling. Organizing and representing this data into meaningful outputs can be a tedious and challenging task. This webinar will teach the basics of data management using Microsoft Excel software.
Receive the latest information on the permit application process and environmental permitting triggers for mining projects in Ontario.
This course will demonstrate the use of an effective Erosion and Sediment Control that can lead to a clean and manageable site as well as less money spent on a surplus of controls.
Consider an annual ‘master calendar’ for planning your site-specific environmental monitoring programs (regulatory requirements, site specific monitoring, mock environmental spill drills, closure sampling, etc.…)….to name a few.
May 10, 2008
Our webinar will give a good indication of bat ecology, bat habitat, how assessments for bat habitat are conducted, and outline requirements of the new draft protocol.
May 11, 2005
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