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Crash Course – Navigating Canadian Environmental Law


Get up-to-speed and ensure ongoing compliance with Canadian environmental law and regulations.

This 2-part webinar series provides you with a solid foundation of Canadian environmental legal requirements to keep your projects and clients compliant.

You’ll also learn how to use digital tools to help you efficiently find, understand and apply Canadian environmental laws.

This crash course is designed for busy environmental professionals who are working on new types of projects, in new locations, or need to ensure ongoing project compliance.

This may include:

  • Consultants
  • Project Managers
  • Project Coordinators
  • Engineers
  • Team Leaders
  • Technical or Support Staff

Professionals who are also interested in gaining an understanding of environmental law and regulations would also benefit. No previous knowledge of environmental law is required.

In just a few hours, gain a solid foundation of Canadian environmental legal requirements to keep your projects and clients compliant. Upon completion of this crash course, you’ll:

  • Gain an overview of the Canadian environmental regulatory framework.
  • Learn the key Federal and Provincial acts that affect environmental legislative requirements.
  • Understand best practices related to due diligence, working with regulators and how to successfully document projects.
  • Learn practical techniques to break bad habits and improve your writing and editing skills.
  • Access time-saving tools and resources to find, understand and apply laws and regulations.
  • Access take-away resources including guidebooks, reference websites, and presentation slides.

What is the course format?

This is a recorded webinar split into 2 recordings that are 2 hours each. Upon purchase, you will be emailed a link to the Recording Information pages where you can view and download the recordings. You’ll also receive access to the slide decks used in the webinar recording.

When did the live webinar take place?

The live webinar took place on September 23 and 24, 2015.

Do I need to buy separate course materials (e.g. textbooks, guides, etc.)?

All of your learning materials are included, so you don’t need to buy anything extra.

How long does this course take?

The webinar recordings are 2 hours each, for a total of 4 hours.

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Supriya Tandan

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGER, FSM MANAGEMENT GROUP, MONTREAL

Supriya is currently an environmental manager with FSM Management Group in Montreal, Quebec.

As former Vice-President of Nimonik, Supriya works at the intersection of environmental, health and safety (EHS) science, law and technology. Trained as an ecosystem ecologist and passionate about EHS policy and legislation, she managed content for the Nimonik website and helped wide variety of clients understand how legislation and legislative changes will affect their operations.

Supriya is passionate about innovating and communicating how operations and organizations can understand, apply and comply with evolving legislative requirements.

+ Overview

Get up-to-speed and ensure ongoing compliance with Canadian environmental law and regulations.

This 2-part webinar series provides you with a solid foundation of Canadian environmental legal requirements to keep your projects and clients compliant.

You’ll also learn how to use digital tools to help you efficiently find, understand and apply Canadian environmental laws.

This crash course is designed for busy environmental professionals who are working on new types of projects, in new locations, or need to ensure ongoing project compliance.

This may include:

  • Consultants
  • Project Managers
  • Project Coordinators
  • Engineers
  • Team Leaders
  • Technical or Support Staff

Professionals who are also interested in gaining an understanding of environmental law and regulations would also benefit. No previous knowledge of environmental law is required.

+ Course Outcomes

In just a few hours, gain a solid foundation of Canadian environmental legal requirements to keep your projects and clients compliant. Upon completion of this crash course, you’ll:

  • Gain an overview of the Canadian environmental regulatory framework.
  • Learn the key Federal and Provincial acts that affect environmental legislative requirements.
  • Understand best practices related to due diligence, working with regulators and how to successfully document projects.
  • Learn practical techniques to break bad habits and improve your writing and editing skills.
  • Access time-saving tools and resources to find, understand and apply laws and regulations.
  • Access take-away resources including guidebooks, reference websites, and presentation slides.
+ FAQ

What is the course format?

This is a recorded webinar split into 2 recordings that are 2 hours each. Upon purchase, you will be emailed a link to the Recording Information pages where you can view and download the recordings. You’ll also receive access to the slide decks used in the webinar recording.

When did the live webinar take place?

The live webinar took place on September 23 and 24, 2015.

Do I need to buy separate course materials (e.g. textbooks, guides, etc.)?

All of your learning materials are included, so you don’t need to buy anything extra.

How long does this course take?

The webinar recordings are 2 hours each, for a total of 4 hours.

+ Expert
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Supriya Tandan

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGER, FSM MANAGEMENT GROUP, MONTREAL

Supriya is currently an environmental manager with FSM Management Group in Montreal, Quebec.

As former Vice-President of Nimonik, Supriya works at the intersection of environmental, health and safety (EHS) science, law and technology. Trained as an ecosystem ecologist and passionate about EHS policy and legislation, she managed content for the Nimonik website and helped wide variety of clients understand how legislation and legislative changes will affect their operations.

Supriya is passionate about innovating and communicating how operations and organizations can understand, apply and comply with evolving legislative requirements.