11 Jun 2019 - Johannesburg

Half-day Workshop on the Carbon Tax Bill

Venue:- IMBEWU’s Offices – 53 Dudley Road, Cnr. Bolton Avenue, Parkwood, JHBG

TIME: 08h30 – 13h00

IMBEWU will be hosting a half-day workshop on the Carbon Tax Bill to assist organisations with coming to grips with this new legislation. The workshop will also include training on the Greenhouse Gas Reporting Regulations under the Air Quality Act, which forms a critical component of the carbon tax regime.

Contact: Lulu Lewis at IMBEWU: Tel: 011 214 0660/ 0661
Fax: 011 880 6577:

lulu@imbewu.co.za

17 - 19 Jun 2019 - Johannesburg

Solid and Hazardous Waste Management

17 – 19 June 2019

Venue:- Johannesburg. (Please confirm the venue with the organisers)

Benefits:

Gaining an overview of Environmental Principles and Waste Legal Framework and Responsibility

Discussing the Importance of Integrated Solid Waste Management as a waste management approach

Identifying and discussing the functional elements of Integrated Solid Waste Management Discussing different on-site storage methods for solid waste

Gaining insight into the safety aspects of handling and dealing with hazardous waste

Understanding how to recycle, treat, store and dispose of hazardous waste

Gaining insight into the properties of hazardous waste

Managing hazardous waste

Appropriate exercises and case studies to reinforce significant aspects of the teaching.

Contact: Tendai at Mike & Ian Consulting: Tel: 011 326 0996 /011 886 1336
Cell: 072 046 5364:

admin@mikeandianconsulting.co.za

18 - 21 Jun 2019 - Johannesburg

Water & Waste Water Treatment Workshop

18 – 21 June 2019

Venue:- O.R Tambo Premier H. Johannesburg.

Overview: The design of water and wastewater treatment facilities requires careful planning, clear understanding of legal implications, future expansion considerations, and operation and maintenance requirements.

The objectives of these short courses are to present recent developments in the design of municipal water and wastewater treatment facilities.

Current and future trends, recently promulgated regulatory changes, and procedures for planning, design and operation, and security vulnerability assessment of water and wastewater treatment plants are discussed.

Contact: Fredrick at Hatching Consulting: Tel: +27 11 026 0431

fredrick@hatching.co.za

19 - 21 Jun 2019 - Johannesburg

Advanced Process Hazop Training Seminar

19 – 21 June 2019

Venue:-  Gautrain Radisson Blu Hotel, Sandton, Johannesburg.

Delegates attending this training seminar will:

Understand the concepts of Risk Assessment and Risk Management

Understand the estimation and evaluation of risks – Qualitative, Semi-Quantitative and Quantified Risks

Techniques for Hazard Identification and Analysis – Check-Lists, Risk Profiling, HAZOP, FMEA and Task-Based Risk Assessment

Cause-Consequences Analysis – The Role of Fault Trees and Event Trees in Accident Prevention

Understand HAZOP studies their benefits and their short comings

Understand the requirements of a Team Leader or Facilitator, scribe and team members during HAZOP studies

Be able to facilitate a HAZOP study

 

Contact: Cate at Luthando Skills and Training: Tel: 011 074 5916
Cell: 086 603 5283:

info@luthandoskills.co.za

19 - 21 Jun 2019 - Johannesburg

Hazardous Chemical Handling

19 – 21 June 2019

Venue: Sierra Hotel, Randburg, Johannesburg

Overview

Mitigating the risks associated with hazardous materials handling requires the application of safety precautions, consequently, several definable elements need to be taken into consideration namely handling, transporting, storing and disposing of hazardous chemicals in a manner that significantly improves workplace safety while reducing workplace accidents and illnesses in addition to minimizing the severity of those that might occur. Appropriate controls must be chosen to protect the health and safety of employees who work with hazardous chemicals. It is imperative that employees are adequately trained on the hazards and the proper use of controls. All workplaces must be prepared to deal with accidental releases or spills of hazardous material therefore this workshop elaborates on the importance of maintaining PPE, Potential sources of exposure, Emergency response and incident procedures, Safety equipment, facilities and engineering control measures in addition to implementing proactive measures of spill prevention and also delves into the laws and regulations on the use and handling of hazardous materials.

Contact: Rafael Mwansa - KPM Training: Cell: 065 831 9187; 074 206 6373 

rafael@kpmtraining.co.za

20 Jun 2019 - Johannesburg

Mine Closure & Case Law Workshop

Venue:- IMBEWU’s Offices – 53 Dudley Road, Cnr. Bolton Avenue, Parkwood, JHBG.

This Workshop will provide you with a comprehensive and up-to-date understanding of South Africa’s legal regime pertaining to mine closure, including:

Key authorisations required to close or decommission a mine;

Financial provision requirements;

Key aspects of the Mining Charter 2018;

Recent case law on consultation with I&APs and mining in protected areas; and

Compliance and enforcement action.

Contact: Lulu Lewis at IMBEWU: Tel: 011 214 0660/ 0661
Fax: 011 880 6577:

lulu@imbewu.co.za

20 - 21 Jun 2019 - Johannesburg

Pollution Management and Effects on Climate Change

20-21 June 2019

Venue:-Pretoria (Please contact the organisers for the exact venue).

Pollution Management and Effects on Climate Change entails vital information to the sources, history and future of pollution control and Effects on Climate Change.

 It examines the effects of air, noise and water pollution, also provides delegates with a better understanding of the current climate change landscape, illustrating how different worldviews affect the way in which different role-players think about and react to the current climate problem. Delegates will examine techniques used to control and reduce pollution including both technologies and public policy amongst other things.

Contact: Brighton at Mike and Ian Consulting: Tel : 011 326 0232
Cell : 0606807087:

brighton@mikeandianconsult.co.za

20 Jun 2019 - Durban

Managing Water from the Ground up!

DATE: 20 June 2019  TIME: 17h30 for 18h00 – 19h30.

VENUE:- Kloof Country Club, 26 Victory Road, Kloof, Durban

RSVP by 18 June.

IAIAsa is collaborating with the Groundwater Association of KZN (GAKZN) and the Network For Industrially Contaminated Land In Africa (NICOLA) to bring members a fascinating seminar on groundwater and environmental pollutants. The two speakers are: Alam Zuko from KZN Department of Water and Sanitation, who will speak on groundwater use licensing applications and issues; and Adam Sanderson, Senior Associate at WSP Environmental, who will speak on the new wave of environmental contaminants we should be concerned about.

To register for this event please click the below link and complete the online form HERE :

For further details/queries : danielle@envital.co.za  or : Brittany.Purves@wsp.com or NICOLA: margaret@nicola-org.com

Contact: Danielle at IAIAsa - Tel: 011 655 7183: Contact: Brittany at WSP Environmental Tel: 031 240 8860
Contact: Margaret at NICOLA:

danielle@envital.co.za | Brittany.Purves@wsp.com

24 - 29 Jun 2019 - Stellenbosch

Biodiversity and Ecosystem

24 – 29 June 2019

Venue:- Sustainability Institute, Stellenbosch, Western Cape.

In this course, a variety of biodiversity and ecosystem service frameworks will be introduced and discussed in light of how they help us understand our connection with and dependence on nature. In the face of global change and natural resource depletion, it has become an imperative to understand the links between biodiversity and ecosystem services such as freshwater, crop production, grazing, and climate regulation, which underpin the economy and well-being of different groups in society.

For more information or to apply click here.



24 - 28 Jun 2019 - Johannesburg

Water Treatment Advanced Design, Operations, Maintenance and Troubleshooting Workshop

24 – 28 June 2019

Apollo Hotel – 158 Braam Fischer Drive, Ferndale, Johannesburg.

The design of water and wastewater treatment facilities requires careful planning, clear understanding of legal implications, future expansion considerations, and operation and maintenance requirements. The objectives of these short courses are to present recent developments in the design of municipal water and wastewater treatment facilities. Current and future trends, recently promulgated regulatory changes, and procedures for planning, design and operation, and security vulnerability assessment of water and wastewater treatment plants are discussed.  Vince Scofield

Contact: Vincent Scofield: Tel: 011 038 0120
Cell: 083 353 4193:

Vince@xcelbs.co.za | info@xcelbs.co.za

25 - 26 Jun 2019 - Johannesburg

Industrial Waste Water Management

25 – 26 June 2019

Venue:- Pretoria (Please confirm the venue with the organisers)

The workshop aims at detailing the chemical and physical processes applied in industrial wastewater treatment. It will also review specific applications, provide practical guidance, examine environmental legislative framework, and  discuss pollution prevention implications and impacts on other environmental media. Focus will also be on hazardous waste management and its impact on water. Sludge management and treatment will also form part of this two day training workshop.

Contact: Tendai at Mike & Ian Consulting: Tel: 011 326 0996 / 011 886 1336
Cell: 072 046 5364:

admin@mikeandianconsulting.co.za

25 - 27 Jun 2019 - Cape Town

Water Efficiency Management

25 – 27 June 2019

Venue:- Cape Town (Please check the venue with the organisers).

This 3 day course will allow savings on water expenditure in any facility, and will also give the learner the following skills:

Perform in-house water usage assessments,

Identify problematic water usage areas within a facility,

Perform a water audit,

Complete reports on water usage and audits, and

Implement solutions (both technological and behavioral) to decrease water usage

Contact: Estee van den Berg - Terra Firma Academy: Office Tel: 011 568 0768 (option 1)
Cell 078 307 5191: Fax 011 568 0767

info@terrafirma-academy.co.za | More Information Here

25 Jun 2019 - Johannesburg

Half-day Workshop on the Carbon Tax Bill

25 June 2019

Venue:- IMBEWU’s Offices – 53 Dudley Road, Cnr. Bolton Avenue, Parkwood, JHBG

TIME: 08h30 – 13h00

IMBEWU will be hosting a half-day workshop on the Carbon Tax Bill to assist organisations with coming to grips with this new legislation. The workshop will also include training on the Greenhouse Gas Reporting Regulations under the Air Quality Act, which forms a critical component of the carbon tax regime.   lulu@imbewu.co.za

Contact: Lulu Lewis at IMBEWU : Tel: 011 214 0660/ 0661
Fax: 011 880 6577:

lulu@imbewu.co.za

27 Jun 2019 - Port Elizabeth

IWMSA – Legislation Training

27 June 2019

Venue:- NMBM Harrower Depot, Port Elizabeth.

The purpose of this program is to enable the learner to correctly identify the important legislation governing waste management in South Africa.

Outcomes:

By the end of this course you will able to: Identify the key legislation applicable to the classification, handling, storage, transportation, reuse, recycling, recovery, treatment, and or disposal of waste in South Africa.

Contact: Gail at IWMSA: Tel: 011 675-3462
Fax: 011 675-3465:

gail@iwmsa.co.za

27 - 28 Jun 2019 - Durban

Urban Stormwater Management: Design, Construction and Rehabilitation of Culverts, Pipes and Channels Workshop 

27th – 28th June, 2019

Venue:-  Garden Court Marine Parade Hotel, Durban.

The aim of this workshop is to provide participants with a working knowledge of current methods for designing and rehabilitating effective channels and culverts that minimize their construction and maintenance cost, with an overview of installation and maintenance practices and management technologies in line with HECRAS, SWMM, UPD SOFTWARES AND RATIONAL Method principles. The SANS 10400 regulations for Storm water Control and Disposal, including SANS 1200 LE for Standardized Specifications for Civil Engineering Construction which deals with Storm water drainage focusing on SANS 1200 Section LE will be discussed in this two day course presentation. This course will evaluate the identified technology options in terms of their ability to improve storm water management in urban areas.

Contact: Mark at Impact Training Consultants:  Phone: 012 574 0002 / 067 095 8193
Fax: 011 794 2154:

info@profbizsolutions.com

27 - 28 Jun 2019 - Johannesburg

Landfill Diversion and Waste Separation at Source

27 – 28 June 2019

Venue:- Sandton Lodge, Sandton, Johannesburg.

OVERVIEW

The increase in waste generation has become a cause for concern hence urgent and new cost effective waste disposal solutions are crucial. Due to illegal dump sites and shortage of landfill space, the Department of Environmental affairs has come up with a waste management strategy which is aimed at waste separation at source.

It is the aim of this two-day workshop to enlighten, provide participants with essential principles and insights on waste management procedures. The workshop will discuss strategies which will be advantageous in attaining better separation at source and look at disadvantages posed by improper landfill and waste management. Case studies on new methods of combating the challenges will be discussed during the course of the workshop. It is also designed to equip you with the recent legislative changes to ensure that organizations stay on point with amendments to ensure compliance with the framework.)

Contact: Theodore Abrahams at Kuvimbika Holdings : Tel: 011 656 0933

theodore@kuvimbika.com | training@kuvimbika.com