CDP MODULE ONE WORKSHOP – PHASE 1: INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT
Who should attend:
This module will target recent graduates and professionals new to the contaminated land industry.
The objective of this module is to provide an updated and overall introduction to the key elements of Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), What is a Phase 1 Assessment? Why are Phase 1 assessments so important? How a good Phase 1 sets up a good Phase 2. How can a Conceptual Site Model add value to your understanding of a site?
At the end of the session your staff should:
Gain an understanding of the importance of a desktop study, the range of information available and review methods, and how to apply this to develop an understanding of site history, potential contamination sources and presence of contamination at a site. We will also touch on the preparation of Conceptual Site Models and how they assist the understanding of environmental risks at a site.
The session will include ‘working in small groups’ practical exercises and direct examples.
Facilitator: Caitriona Coyle: WSP Australia Pty Ltd. Associate Environmental Engineer, Contaminated Land Management.
Caitriona is an Environmental Engineer with over 19 years post graduate experience in waste water treatment, environmental permitting and EIA, contaminated land investigation and remediation projects. She has worked on a variety of environmental and contaminated land projects in Ireland, UK, France, South Africa and Australia. Caitriona’s current focus is on PFAS assessments in Queensland, Phase 1 Environmental Assessments and managing hydrocarbon remediation works.
Date: 28 May 2020
Registration costs: Member $120.00 Non-Member $150
Registrations: Maximum 20 participants. Please secure placements early.
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