Venue:- Durban – Royal Hotel.
The first day focuses on environmental management in the broader sense, performing an EIA and designing an EMP. The second day focuses on the instruments in NEMA to enforce the compliance of developments with respect to their own EMPs within the NEMA framework. The result of the training is detailed but well-rounded knowledge about the wide range of pertinent environmental and associated legislative issues involved in economic development. After completing this course trainees should be able to: – Assess the adequacy and quality of all documents culminating in review of the EIA report. – To take account of public comment and to take advantage of public EIA review. – Manage the process culminating in an EIA sufficient for a final decision to be made, the attendee should be able to assess the activities of their company within the context of existing environmental legislation. The attendee should be able to perform an internal audit of the processes of their company with respect to legal compliance.
Contact: Tendai :
Tel: 011 074 7277 / 011 886 1336
Mobile: 072 046 5364 :
Venue:– Plastics SA – Midrand
The Institute of Waste Management of Southern Africa (IWMSA) is proud to host Level 2 Accredited Waste Management Training in April. This training will provide an exciting opportunity to share critical thoughts relating to the latest trends in addressing impact on the environment.
The IWMSA Accredited Waste Management Training will be of great interest to all waste industry individuals and organisations. This session is a must for delegates to contribute to the development of effective waste and environmental management practices.
We encourage all members and non-members who operate in the environmental and waste management fields to attend this training.
Contact: Gail Smit IWMSA Head Office:
Tel: 011 675 3462 or 011 675 3464
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 Phokungoana:
Tel: 011 0745916
Cell: 086 603 5283: