This session will provide a general understanding of aquatic studies that are typically required in support of establishing baseline conditions for new mining activities. In addition, legislative requirements related to aquatic Environmental Effects monitoring will be reviewed.
Excessive amounts of dust are not only a health and safety risk but are also considered to be a spill event under provincial regulations.
Students will receive an overview on acceptable dust control measures on job sites (for crushers, stockpiles and roadways).
The management of air emissions at mine sites are often regulated by its Environmental Compliance Approval and by provincial legislation.
This course will explore these requirements, such as an Emissions Summary Data Model, Best Management Plan, and Operations and Maintenance Manuals.
Industrial sites have a legal requirement to monitor air quality and noise generation for any potential impacts to people and the natural environment.
During this course, students will review the techniques for monitoring Air and Noise at industrial sites, and the requirements for reporting results.
Wilderness First Aid is a two-day introduction to general medical concepts and basic life support skills. It is targeted to those who are required to conduct work in remote wildness settings and outdoor enthusiasts that spend time in the wilderness for leisure.
Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) introduces participants to the TDG Act and regulations. Learners will be taught the requirements for receiving, handling, transporting and shipping dangerous goods, as well as the appropriate response in emergency situations such as spills or accidents.
This course is designed to train and certify users in a variety of standardized Ontario Stream Assessment Protocol (OSAP) manual techniques for evaluating habitat, invertebrate and fish communities in wadeable streams.