Environmental Site Assessments and Remediation in Ontario
After participating in the seminar, you will be able to:
- Have a better understand the regulatory framework for the assessment and remediation of real property
- Recognize the difference and know how and when to conduct, Phase I ESAs vs Phase One ESAs, Phase II ESAs vs Phase Two ESAs
- Design an effective phased approach for the assessment and if required remediation of a property
- Choose a remedial technology and approach that can be used to successfully restore a site to meet applicable environmental quality standards
- Reduce liability and meet regulatory requirements through clear communication
This course provides information on Phase I / One, Phase II / Two assessments, filing a Record of Site Condition and site remediation of real property. It covers regulatory requirements, assessment methodologies, remediation for various media, hazardous waste, obtaining approvals and communicating with regulatory agencies. Also included will be various site assessment and remediation equipment to help us better understand the effectiveness and limitations of the tools available to us today.
The course includes case studies and presentations by a remediation contractor, remedial technology expert, certified laboratory analyst, and environmental consultants.
- Ontario regulations
- Environmental Protection Act
- Ontario regulations 153/04 & 903
- Site assessments
- Canadian standards association
- MECP O. REG. 153/04
- Site remediation & site safety
- Case studies
- Equipment demonstration
Who Should Attend
Anyone with responsibility for real property, & also: Property Owners Managers Real Estate Brokers Agents Environmental Consultants Industrial & Manufacturing Facility Supervisors Insurance Personnel Environmental Equipment Manufacturers Environmental Educators Students Health & Safety Coordinators Environmental Risk Managers Lawyers Regulators Municipal Planners Accountants
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Almost all of EPIC's seminars and webinars offer :
- Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and
- Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
These course credits will help attendees earn training requirements for their associations or provincial governing bodies.