Navigating Environmental Management in the Construction Industry (Recording)
$40| JUNIOR TO MID-CAREER | 90 MIN
Understand Environmental Management in the Construction Industry.
Many construction projects require environmental auditing oversight in order to verify contractors performance related to the permits, authorizations and approvals for the project. This responsibility is shared by the environmental monitor and the environmental auditor.
Unlike the environmental monitor’s role, the auditor’s role generally requires a higher degree of understanding and responsibility for communicating the environmental auditing observations and recommendations to the entire project team.
As each stakeholder has their own priorities, it is an integral part of the auditor’s role to manage the risks, liabilities, and interactions between client, contractor, environmental monitors and regulator. It’s a tough balancing act!
Join Kyle Paddon, an experienced environmental manager with over a decade of experience, to understand how to effectively evaluate and manage environmental risks and liabilities associated with your construction project. Including, how auditors can best handle interactions between client, contract, environmental monitors and regulators.
This webinar is designed for junior to mid-career professionals working within an environmental management system, including:
- Environmental monitors
- Environmental auditors
- Other professionals whose role may be impacted by the environmental management system
In addition to learning from Kyle’s project experience, you’ll learn:
- The difference between environmental monitoring and auditing
- Strategies to effectively communicate with client, contractor, environmental monitors and regulators
- How to evaluate and manage environmental risks and liabilities
- What is the course format?
This is a recorded webinar that is 90 minutes in duration.
- How do I access the recording?
Upon purchase, you will be emailed a link to the Recording Information page where you can view and download the recording. You’ll also receive access to the slide deck used in the webinar recording.
Please Note: This recording is a single-user license and is not intended for multiple viewers. If you require multiple licenses please contact us to request a quote
- When did the live webinar take place?
The live webinar took place on April 28, 2016.
- 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.
Kyle Paddon, C.Tech, EP. Environmental Manager
Kyle Paddon is currently an Environmental Manager in Golder’s Greater Vancouver office.
Having over 11 years of experience in project management, environmental auditing and monitoring during the construction phase of major projects, Kyle has provided project coordination on large scale projects and with multi-disciplinary teams. Successful implementation includes generating progress reports, interpretation of drawings, and coordination of crews, supplies, materials and equipment. He evaluates contractors’ compliance regarding regulatory approvals such as Federal and Provincial Environmental Assessment Certificates, permits, authorizations and approvals. Kyle also has extensive Geotechnical field/laboratory and environmental sampling experience.
With a Geotechnical diploma from Sir Sandford Fleming College, Kyle has been registered with the Province of BC as a Civil Technician since 2006, and is also a registered Environmental Professional (Environmental Management) with the Canadian Environmental Certification Approvals Board (CECAB) since 2012.
Learn strategies to effectively communicate with client, contractor, environmental monitors and regulators.
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