Learn how to turn environmental legislative requirements into effective environmental programs that can help maintain compliance at your site.
The Environmental Coordinator Workshop offers a comprehensive overview of the environmental responsibilities that exist within the framework of a modern-day mining operation.
The benefits of the workshop include current legislative requirements for Mining projects, activities and examples from operating mine sites, and best practices for environmental management.
Previous attendees of this workshop have also enjoyed the opportunity to share experiences with other environmental practitioners at Mine sites, building long-term working relationships through their careers.
The purpose of the workshop is to provide the participant with applicable information that pertains to Environmental Management for various stages of a Mining project, from Advanced Exploration to Closure. Topics covered will include:
We have made a block booking minutes away from the training venue (Canadian Hearing Society | Sudbury). Simply let them know about the training event during registration, and you can enjoy a preferred rate at the Hampton Inn (2280 Regent St, Sudbury, ON).
This Mining Environmental Coordinator Workshop is applicable to a broad audience of resource industry workers, regardless of previous experience as an environmental professional.