Environmental Site Assessments and Remediation in Ontario
Mar 14 - 15, 2019 /
Course Code: 09-0303-2361
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 and 903
- Site assessments
- Canadian standards association
- MECP O. REG. 153/04
- Site remediation and site safety
- Case studies
- Equipment demonstration
Who Should Attend
Anyone with responsibility for real property, and also: Property Owners • Managers • Real Estate Brokers • Agents • Environmental Consultants • Industrial and Manufacturing Facility Supervisors • Insurance Personnel • Environmental Equipment Manufacturers • Environmental Educators • Students • Health and Safety Coordinators • Environmental Risk Managers • Lawyers • Regulators • Municipal Planners • Accountants
8:00 Registration & Coffee (Day 1 only)
8:30 Seminar begins
12:00 Lunch (provided)
- Environmental Protection Act
- Ontario Regulation 153/04
- Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks, Site Condition Standards
- Ontario Regulation 903
- Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
- Phase I
- Phase II
- MECP O. Reg. 153/04
- Phase One
- Phase Two
- Site Safety
- Insitu chemical treatment
- Pump and treat
- On site treatment
- Removal and Disposal
- Case Studies
- What Went Right
- What Could Go Wrong
- Equipment Demonstration
- Site Specific Risk Assessment
- Human health
InstructorJeremy Hatt, EP
Jeremy Hatt is a Senior Consultant and an integral part of the Site Assessment and Remediation services team at Trinity Consultants Ontario Inc. He is a certified Environmental Professional (EP) from ECO Canada and has more than 18 years of environmental consulting experience in Ontario. Jeremy has completed hundreds of Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments across Ontario, including conservation land properties, former waste disposal sites, golf courses, agricultural lands, and developed properties in the commercial, residential, industrial, and institutional sectors.
Mr. Hatt has gained experience managing Phase I and II ESAs, soil and groundwater remediation projects, and fueling facility closures. Jeremy has prepared and delivered numerous instructional courses on Environmental Site Assessments in Ontario, to both the CSA Z768‐01/Z769‐00 Standards and the Ontario Regulation 153/04 Standards, for community colleges, private companies, and municipal environmental staff across southern Ontario. Jeremy completed a B.Sc.(Hon.), of Environmental Sciences at the University of Guelph, specializing in environmental earth sciences.
Lou Locatelli, C.E.T., P. Geo.
Lou is a Professional Geoscientist and he is the Director of Trinity Consultants Ontario Inc., Toronto office manager.
Lou has over four decades of consulting experience conducting and managing environmental site assessments and remediation, EH&S compliance audits, and delivering technical courses. He has a thorough understanding of the regulatory framework in Ontario, having successfully completed environmental and H&S projects at industrial, manufacturing, chemical warehousing and distribution facilities throughout Ontario.
Lou is registered as a Qualified Person (QP) with the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) as defined in Ontario Regulation 511/09 amending O. Reg. 153/04 in the Environmental Protection Act (EPA). He has appeared as an expert witness before the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) in support of a multi-million dollar redevelopment project.
Brian J. Schuyler, C.E.T.
Mr. Schuyler is a Senior Consultant and leader of the Site Assessment and Remediation services team at Trinity Consultants Ontario Inc. He has more than 24 years of environmental consulting experience. Brian serves as client and regulatory liaison, project manager, coordinator, and peer reviewer on hundreds of projects, assisting clients to successfully address environmental concerns. He has gained extensive experience and effectively manages and directs Environmental Site Assessment (Phase I/One and Phase II/Two), Hydrogeological Investigations, Landfill Studies, Long‐term Monitoring Programs, Soil and Groundwater Remediation, Fueling Facility Closures and Upgrades, Spill Response, and Storm Water Management and Technical Training.
Mr. Schuyler is well regarded in our industry for his knowledge, experience and contributions in all aspects of environmental consulting including contractor management, project management, fiscal management, development of assessment and remedial work plans, safety plans, selection and development of sampling protocols, site supervision, data evaluation and technical report writing. He brings a practical hands‐on, effective approach to solving complex environmental issues. Mr. Schuyler also serves as a mentor providing guidance and transfer of technical knowledge to other Trinity staff.
Brian is a Certified Engineering Technologist (C.E.T.) with the Ontario Association of Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT) since 1997. He also volunteers his time as Chair of the Fleming College Earth Resources Program Advisory Committee.
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Fee & Credits
- 1.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
- 14 Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
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