26/02/2015 ASSESSING THE RISK TO HUMAN HEALTH FROM MIXED CONTAMINATION: PAHS AND METALS
Professor Jack Ng is one of very few certified toxicologists in Australia (DABT - Diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology). In his current position of Professorial Research Fellow, Jack is the Program Group Leader for Risk Assessment and Intervention (formerly Metals and Metalloids Research).
16/04/2015 ETHICAL DISCUSSION PANEL/FORUM: Would an industry code of practice on the notification of contaminated land matters direct to the regulator benefit our clients and the environment?
17/06/2015 I) PRESENTATION:CENVP (EIANZ) AND CPSS (SSA). II) DISCUSSION PANEL FORUM-EMR/CLR SYSTEM AND DISPOSAL
I. PRESENTATIONS 17/06/2015 cenvp-(eianz)-and-cpss-(ssa)-discussion-panel-forum-.pdf
1) Certified Environmental Practitioner Contaminated Land Specialist (EIANZ)- Presented by Robin Wagland, Auditor.
2) Certified Professional Soil Scientist - Contaminated Site Assessment and Management (SSA) - Presented by Dr Louise Cartwright.
24/06/2015 DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND HERITAGE PROTECTION PRESENTATION MODULE 5
The presentation provided guidance for auditors and SQPs for the certification of contaminated land investigation document (CLID) under EP Act.
19/08/2015 ACLCA hosted a Bi- Monthly Networking Meeting on the 19th August consisting of 2 Presentations
1. Hazardous Waste and Soil Disposal. Presented by: Daniela Lacerda Remediation Services Manager, Veolia Australia and New Zealand.
2. Discussion Panel: Auditor overview of the Auditor /EHP Workshop held on the 14th August, reference draft Module 5 Audit Process and documentation.
21/10/2015 ACLCA hosted a Bi-Monthly Networking Meeting Wednesday the 21st October 2015 consisting of 2 presentation.
Ms Scott will provide an overview of the development of the National Remediation Framework by CRC CARE.
The National Remediation Framework is expected to:
– provide a structure for thinking through remedial strategies;
– systematise practices currently being applied to many sites;
– provide more rigorous approach for considering issues;
– reduce risk of adoption of poor strategic options;
– provide seamless linkages with the NEPM and current state legislation;
– provide a more sustainable approach to remediation and management.
Science Leader, Soil and Land Resources. Science Division, Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation.
A discussion of changes and updates to the Soil Management Guideline for ASS in Queensland, highlighting key changes and recommendations. The presentation will also cover the new information resources that the Queensland Government is making available to identify where ASS are likely to occur.