Environmental Forensic Investigation Strategies
This programme helps attendees demonstrate their commitment to the development and advancement of their professional career in environmental management systems.
They are better able to help their organisations increase resource efficiency, reduce waste and costs, and become environmental vanguards in the corporate environment. Energy usage is crucial to climate change, therefore, considering that the search for alternative energy sources can be time consuming; every forwardthinking organization is aspiring to reduce energy consumption.
Attendees develop skills to help organisations achieve comparative advantage over their competitors by promoting activities that reduce negative environmental impacts, while growing the business. They acquire renewed skills in setting up frameworks that ensure immediate response to customers and management inquiries.
- Become better able to describe the nature and extent of gas (dioxane) releases, their regulation, and their remediation in a variety of geologic settings.
- Be able to examine dioxane analytical chemistry, its many industrial uses, and other gaseous occurrences as a byproduct in oil and gas production.
- Provides ample site data for recent and relevant remediation case studies, and a review of the widely varying regulatory landscape for gas pollution, clean-up levels and drinking water limits.
- Be able to discuss the importance of accounting for contaminant archaeology in investigating contaminated sites, and leveraging solvent stabilizers in environmental forensic investigations.
Who should attend
This programme is recommended for environmental control and improvement personnel, including quality assurance officers, policy development officers, compliance officers and others with environmental management duties. It will especially benefit national or regional environmental compliance managers in international organisations.