Environmental impacts will arise with any construction project irrespective of the location, size or nature of the development. They have the potential to affect immediate neighbours and the natural and built environment. Impacts can take many forms including noise or pollution and can affect surrounding flora and fauna. Good environmental practice enables these issues to be managed positively.
Preventing impacts or minimising the risk of potential impacts is increasingly becoming the responsibility of site-based staff. More accountability at site level demands higher standards of environmental awareness and education by all site staff. Environmental issues can be managed effectively with the speed and urgency that is often required by training and deploying experienced staff.
Who should attend?
Site managers, environmental managers, learning and development managers and anyone concerned with the environmental performance of a site.
• gain an overview of the key areas of our one-day IEMA approved training course
• understand the importance of good environmental practice on construction sites
• hear the regulator's view on the importance of legislation and the potential fines
that may be imposed on site-based activities
• participate in a live Q&A session with our speakers
• achieve valuable CPD.
Wednesday 3 June 2020
15:30 - 16:30
15:30 CIRIA introduction
15:35 Overview of Environmental Good Practice On Site
Rhian Halford, Associate Director, Temple Group and IEMA approved CIRIA trainer
15:55 Regulator's perspective
Lizzy Kijewski, Senior Environment Officer, Environment Management, EPR Waste, Environment Agency
16:05 Live Q&A
16:25 Closing remarks
We recommend you join the webinar ten minutes before the scheduled start time.
CIRIA Members: FREE to attend
Non-members: £35 + VAT
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