Learn to effectively navigate the permitting & compliance requirements for mining & exploration projects in Ontario. Receive a comprehensive overview of the environmental responsibilities that exist within the framework ofa modern-day mining operation
This half-day virtual workshop will prepare your environmental field crews and summer students to perform environmental monitoring in a safe manner. Topics include: Safety plans, communication procedures, Personal Protective Equipment, Wildlife Encounters, Vehicle Safety and Environmental Conditions.
The webinar is intended to provide information about provincial and federal environmental legislative changes that have occurred in the industrial sectors. This Legal Forum's legislation of focus will be the Species at Risk Act, presented by our Terrestrial Ecologist, Jenn Braun.
A popular topic in the environmental world is dealing with hazardous wastes at industrial sites. During this webinar, we’ll cover the basics of O.Reg 347, and then we’ll delve into HWIN (Hazardous Waste Information Network) and LDR (land disposal restrictions) where the regulation was amended and became much more detailed.
On Day #3, Steps 4 to 6 of the Zhashagi 6-Step to Effective Consultation approach are explored. The steps include how to assess projects, using community values identified; Introduction of Values Management Plans to manage identified values risks; Firming up Commitments between Industry and Indigenous Communities – common agreements and tools; and an overview of the Benefits of the Zhashagi Process.
On Day #2, the course begins to outline the first 3 steps to Effective Consultation. The course includes tips to ensure that capacity building is included in effective consultation between Industry and Indigenous Communities, using information sharing and Community Values risk assessment tools.
The first day of the workhop includes are review of legislation related to indigenous/industry consultation requirements in Ontario. An overview of basic consultation components and processes are covered. Both industry and indigenous community expectations are explored. The "Zhashagi 6 Steps to Consultation" approach is introduced.
Learn why breeding bird surveys and nest searches are performed, the legislation that enforces these studies, and the protocols that guide these activities. Gain insight into the Migratory Birds Convention Act (MBCA) and learn how to how to identify nests with eggs and how to protect those nests from activities like tree clearing.
Back by popular demand, following our December 2020 offering, 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.
Do you worry about maintaining site compliance? Would you like to learn how to turn environmental legislative requirements into effective environmental programs? Join our week-long training workshop, beginning June 7, 2021.