ENVIRONMENTAL COORDINATOR
WORKSHOP

Learn to turn environmental legislative requirements into effective programs to help you maintain compliance.

Our practical hands-on workshop aims to help you understand the role of the environmental profession within the framework of a modern day resource industry operation.

Learn the latest updates to Federal and Provincial legislation and regulations. Participants will receive an introduction to permitting projects in Ontario, monitoring guidelines, consultation strategies and protocols, as well as closure plan requirements and implementation.

An overview to Environmental Management Systems is also provided.

WORKSHOP BENEFITS

Introduction to Permitting Resource
Industry Projects in Ontario

Monitoring
Guidelines

Updates on the Latest
Legislation and Regulations

Introduction to Environmental
Management Systems

Consultation Strategies
and Protocols

Closure Plan Requirements
and Implementation

PURPOSE

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:

  • Applicable legislation for the Mining industry in Ontario;
  • Closure Plan requirements, including Indigenous Consultation practices;
  • Permit requirements for Mining, and their interpretation;
  • Environmental Emergencies and Response Plans;
  • Waste Management;
  • Environmental Monitoring Plans; and
  • Environmental Management Systems.

AUDIENCE

This Mining Environmental Coordinator Workshop is applicable to a broad audience of resource industry workers, regardless of previous experience as an environmental professional.

  • Environmental Technicians and Coordinators
  • Environmental Consultants, and Professionals
  • Engineering Consultants, Professionals, Technologist and Technicians
  • Resource Industry Managers

TOPICS INCLUDE

  • Legislative Framework (Provincial and Federal)
  • Application of Legislation
  • Closure Planning and Approval Process
  • Mine Rehabilitation Code and Financial Assurance
  • Consultation Requirements for Permitting
  • Surface and Groundwater Monitoring
  • Streamflow Measurements
  • Storm Water Control Studies
  • Value-Added Compliance Programs (aka Management Systems)
  • Environmental Management Program
  • Implementation and Self-Auditing
  • Introduction to Hydrogeology
  • Introduction to Hydrology and Water Management
  • Geochemistry and Waste Rock Management
  • Aquatic Studies and Environmental Effects
  • Monitoring Terrestrial Baseline Assessments
  • Species at Risk Approvals in Ontario
  • Spill Prevention, Contingency and Response Review
  • Potential Environmental Emergencies
  • Training and Drills/Tests
  • Introduction to Permitting and Permitting Requirements
  • Introduction to Baseline Requirements for Permitting Environmental Assessments
  • Triggers for Mining Projects

ENVIRONMENTAL COORDINATOR
WORKSHOP

Learn to turn environmental legislative requirements into effective programs to help you maintain compliance.

Our practical hands-on workshop aims to help you understand the role of the environmental profession within the framework of a modern day resource industry operation.

Learn the latest updates to Federal and Provincial legislation and regulations. Participants will receive an introduction to permitting projects in Ontario, monitoring guidelines, consultation strategies and protocols, as well as closure plan requirements and implementation.

An overview to Environmental Management Systems is also provided.

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