Fundamentals of ESC (12 SEP)Sep 12, 2018 at 8:30am for 9:00am start Registration Deadline - Sep 10, 2018304 Brisbane Terrace, Goodna QLD 4300
$390.00 +GST (full catering inclusive)
- Who Should Attend
- Learning Outcomes
- Workshop Content
- About the Venue
Who Should Attend
- Construction personnel including:
- Residential and Commercial Builders.
- Building Site Supervisors.
- Site Foreman.
- Leading Hands.
- HSEQ Officers.
- Site Environmental Officers/Advisers.
- Project Managers.
- Local and State Government officers responsible for reviewing, inspecting or verifying erosion and sediment control plans or site practices.
- Planning Officers, Environmental Advisors, Civil Engineers.
- Better understanding of why soil erosion is a significant environmental issue;
- Appreciation of relevant legal requirements and obligations;
- Improved knowledge of products and techniques for effective erosion and sediment control, and how they are supposed to be used; and
- Increased ability to critically analyse the compliance of onsite erosion and sediment controls with regard to legislation and recommended industry practice.
- Erosion causes and implications.
- The basics of soil erosion and why work sites are such a problem.
- Erosion control versus sediment control.
- Legal considerations for erosion and sediment control – the Qld Environment Protection Act.
- Introduction to the IECA White Book – how it fits in with the legislation.
- Erosion and sediment control techniques and methods – their application and usefulness.
- Erosion and sediment control products – when, where and how to install them properly.
- Best-practice site rehabilitation and restoration requirements.
- Planning for basic Erosion and Sediment Control on a worksite.
- Recognising good and bad practice – real-world examples.
About the Venue
This training will be held at the brand new Vital Environment erosion and sediment control training and testing facility in Goodna. This purpose-built facility includes classrooms, shaded eating and recreation areas, field demonstration plots and concentrated flow channels. It allows for live action field demonstrations of a variety of erosion and sediment control measures. The facility has free off-street parking.
- Attendees should bring a pen and notepad, plus PPE including hardhat, hi-vis and safety boots. A sun brim and sun-safe eyewear are recommended for outdoor practical training.
- Workshops commence at 9am (arrival from 8.30am for tea and coffee) and conclude by 3pm.
- Free parking is available onsite.
- All catering is provided. Please advise at the time of registration of any special dietary requirements.
Director at SEEC
Andrew is an expert in all aspects of soil and water management. He is a recognised industry leader in construction-phase erosion and sediment control and conducts regular training, consulting and expert witness services in this field.
Andrew has worked on a wide range of sites including mines, gas projects, major infrastructure projects (road and rail), pipelines and subdivisions. He is also the President of the International Erosion Control Association (IECA) in Australasia. Andrew is a passionate and enthusiastic presenter who has trained over 5,000 people in the past 15 years.
Senior Environmental Consultant at SEEC
Kel is a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control with significant on-ground construction environmental management experience. He a Senior Environmental Consultant at SEEC and is a former regulator for Ipswich City Council responsible for erosion and sediment control compliance.
Kel has worked on a wide range of sites including CSG dams and pipeline projects, power substations, road projects and residential subdivisions. He is also a Director on the Board of the International Erosion Control Association (IECA) in Australasia. As an ex-regulator, Kel brings a unique balance to his training workshops, and a distinctive perspective gained through his extensive experience.
All attendees will receive a personalised certificate upon completion.