This seminar will take place on January 22, 2014 in the Mississauga Grand Banquet Hall and Convention Centre located at 35 Brunel Road, in Mississauga, Ontario.
ALS Environmental is teaming up with Industry Leaders & Regulators to bring you this exclusive half-day educational seminar.
Do you know where your risks lie and how you can limit your liability? Let ALS help you improve your bottom line. This session is a must for anyone involved with project management, supervising environmental sampling programs, mentoring technical staff, or having responsibility for environmental compliance.
Subjects to be Addressed
- Environmental Liability
- Managing Risk in Sampling and Analysis
- Environmental Risk Exposures and Environmental Claims Scenarios
- Consultant Constraints
- Phantom Petroleum Hydrocarbon Detection Risks. Introducing a new
MOE-approved method to resolving the problem of false PHC detections in
clean organic soils, compost, manure, and biosolids.
•Linda Neimor – National Quality Manager; ALS Environmental
•Francine Kelly-Hooper, Ph.D. – Environmental Scientist; Kelly Hooper Environmental Inc.
•Matthew Gardner – Environmental Lawyer, B.Sc. and LL.B; Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP
•Carl Spensieri M.A.Sc.P.Eng. – Vice President and Environmental Branch Manager, Canada; XL Insurance and Justin Perry, Assistant Practice Leader; Aon Risk Solutions, Environmental Services Group
•Lou Locatelli, C.E.T., EP, P.Geo. (QP) – Professional Geoscientist, Office Manager; Trinity Consultants, Inc.
Benefits of Attending
By attending this seminar, you will gain insight into the potential risks that exist when managing your projects. Hear from experts from all aspects of the environmental process and learn what can be done to avoid costly delays in order to improve your bottom line. The seminar will cover practical and usable tips, as well as advice from a legal, laboratory, consulting, and insurance point of view.
Share with their experts the types of constraints you face when managing
your projects to hear real solutions and advice on how to mitigate
•Environmental professionals with EP Certification will earn 4 Professional Development Credits from ECO Canada by attending this event.
•Network with industry leaders and environmental professionals from across Eastern Canada.
•Learn about reducing your risk and limiting your liability from industry leaders and regulators.
•Wine and Cheese Networking Reception following event
Registration Costs (plus GST)
General Registration (After December 20, 2013): $159
*ECO Canada Members: Use supplied promotional code to redeem 15% discount.
Contact Isabel Pereira with questions: +1 416 520 2467
To register click here.
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