June 2, 2022
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Purpose of this Course – The course will provide a broad overview of Manitoba environmental laws. The course will include a discussion of the history of environmental laws including the basic purpose and nature of environmental law. Discussion will focus on the regulatory process to obtain an approval and how to comply with legislation.
Who should take this Course – The course is aimed at recent college and university graduates (under 5 years of industry experience) who work in the environmental industry sectors. The course may also be of interest to industry professionals with a workplace safety and health orientation and who are involved in broader environmental issues as part of their work.
What you will learn – The course will provide an overview of the Canadian legal framework including the history of environmental law and how laws are made. It will include a more detailed examination of the regulatory framework for environmental law in Manitoba with a focus on Environmental Assessment, The Environment Act, The Dangerous Goods Handling and Transportation Act, The Contaminated Sites Remediation Act and The Waste Reduction and Prevention Act.
Instructor – Randy Webber, BA, MNRM, EP
Randy has worked in the Manitoba Environment Sector for over 30 years. His current focus is on education and training, including advisory services and instruction for MEIA’s Introduction to Manitoba Environmental Law and most recently hazard awareness training for workers engaged in waste diversion activities. He has been a sessional instructor at the University of Winnipeg, Department of Environmental Studies and Sciences, since 2010.
For the past 2 years Randy has coordinated the “Back Haul Project”, an initiative aimed at supporting waste diversion in remote First Nation Communities.
MEIA Members: $250
Students: $75 – students contact MEIA to register at [email protected] or (204) 783-7090
310-112 Market Ave, MEIA training room
This course may be changed to an online format pending public health restrictions.
Registrants for this event are eligible to claim 3 PD credits towards maintaining their EP designation with ECO Canada