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 of a modern-day mining operation
The Electrofishing Assistant Workshop will prepare participants to take part in backpack electrofishing field surveys as a netter or assistant. The course will cover the theory and safety of using a backpack electrofishing unit, and an overview of fish identification.
Vegetation Surveys-in the Field will also be a full day, consisting of reviewing the tools to identify plants and ecosites common throughout Northeastern Ontario as well as an overview of the Ecological Land Classification (ELC) system.
Benthic Surveys-in the Field will be a full day, consisting of theoretical background on benthic macroinvertebrate surveys, followed by hands-on practice with sampling methods as per industry standards such as OBBN and OSAP.
Our first Webinar is an overview of the Federal Fisheries Act, where we review what types of industrial activities that can trigger the Act, how to remain in compliance, and looking into the future with the 2019 amendments.
Our Environmental Emergency Response Planning and Drills Workshop is aimed at providing environmental and other industry workers with a review of applicable legislation where Emergency Response Plans are required, and the requirements for each of the plans.
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.