One of the toughest roles of Mining Company’s Environmental Coordinator is to stay on top of existing Regulations and Amendments related to the sites activities and operations. Environmental law can be intimidating and overly-complicated, making researching them unappealing. There are many ways to learn and understand the Environmental Laws that apply to your work site.
The best way that we have found to learn and understand environmental legislation is to have an open discussion about applicable environmental laws in Mining, so we have created a monthly forum to discuss regulations and amendments, hot topics in the news, review a permit or two, or have a general discussion about the meaning of certain environmental regs.
This forum is applicable to those who may be new to the field of Mining and Environment, those in the field but interested in brushing up on a few regulations, and those who may have a particular interest in environmental law as it applies to mining.
Spill Action Center (SAC)
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External Reporting Requirements/Exemptions for Spills in Ontario
Oh-oh, there’s been an environmental incident on your site. What do you do next? Being prepared for environmental emergencies is just like being prepared for emergencies at home, school and work.
Join us April 7th at 10 am for this free webinar to 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.
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