CSARM Module F: Remediation principles and closure
A program of short course modules to help environmental professionals update their specific area of expertise, extend their knowledge base and network with colleagues in industry and government.
The goal of contaminated land management and site auditing is to ensure the protection of human health and the health of the environment in which we live. The aims of this module are to consider the principles and choices of appropriate site remediation strategies, and where required, developing a remediation action plan (RAP). New developments in sustainable remediation practices will be discussed as will that of community engagement. The module also addresses the roles of environmental consultants and site auditors in remediation and closure and the importance of developing and practising elements of defensible reporting at all stages of contaminated site assessment, remediation and management.
Who Will Benefit?
This program is particularly useful for:
- Environmental consultants seeking certification
- Aspiring contaminated site auditors and environmental managers
- Local Government Environmental Health and Planning Officers
- Allied professionals including engineers, soil scientists, geologists, chemists, environmental scientists and occupational hygienists
- Environmental professionals seeking a change in career direction
- Remediation and regulatory framework: RAP and EMP
- Roles and legal responsibilities of environmental consultants and site auditors in remediation
- From site assessment to remediation for large and small sites
- Sustainable remediation practices including bioremediation;
- Risk assessment and remediation
- Communication skills and defensible reporting guidelines
- Role of community engagement in CSARM
- Workshopping and case studies