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Environmental & Field Monitor – Northern Training Division

N.College - Kirkland Lake Campus 140 Government Rd E, Kirkland Lake, ON

The Environmental and Field Monitor Program is designed to help participants understand the mining industry legislative requirements; best practices and standards with respect to environmental monitoring; wildlife management, data entry, reporting and the Health and Safety requirements while working with the environment.



Conducting Environmental Emergency Response Drills

BHE - Virtual

This workshop is designed for Environmental Practitioners in the mining and pulp and paper industry to understand how to plan for emergency response drills under federal and provincial requirements (E2, SPCP, and MDMER/PPER). As a group, participants will develop a drill, then go through the process of conducting and debriefing a table top drill.



Introduction to the Liquid Fuels Handling Code – Environmental Focus

BHE - Virtual

Common to most construction projects and industrial sites, fuel storage is an area of high risk for spills and potential harm to the environment. This session will review the regulatory requirements for fuel storage, and best practices for managing fuel storage, with a particular focus on environmental requirements.


MDMER – In-Depth Training

BHE - Virtual

This session is a detailed review of the regulatory requirements and associated guidance documents, providing an in-depth review of the criteria for compliance, monitoring and reporting requirements. Participants will review the regulation itself in detail, highlighting key points and interpreting the requirements for their sites.

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