01 - 31 Dec 2022 - Online


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21 - 23 Nov 2022 - Online

Legislation Training Programme.

Virtual training

Topics to be covered:
The course covers legislation applicable to the classification, handling, storage, transportation, reuse, recycling, recovery, treatment, and or disposal of waste in South Africa.

Registration Closing Date: 15 November 2022 

Contact: Shantelle Jonas IWMSA Eastern Cape Branch:


24 - 25 Nov 2022 - Durban

Environmental Legal Compliance, Auditing and Monitoring

VENUE: Southern Sun Elangeni Hotel, Durban.

This 2 day event will prepare the attendees to align their company to minimise liabilities with respect to environmental legislation and how to interact with audits, inspections and enforcement processes.

Attendees will better understand & comply with Waste, Water, Air Quality, Biodiversity & other Environmental Legislation.

This event also encompasses monitoring, auditing and preparing audit checklists and a legal perspective on environmental compliance and enforcement, as well as implications for the regulated community.

The facilitator is: Janice Tooley | MSc (UKZN), LLB (UNISA) Janice Tooley Attorneys

See the brochure here:- Environmental Legal Compliance, Auditing and Monitoring – Durban(24-25 November 2022)

Contact: Brandon at Business Success: Tel:  011 472 1035 
Fax: 086 552 9872:


25 - 25 Nov 2022 - Online

Emerging Pollutants

On-line training

Time: 09h00- 16h00


Emerging pollutants is an in depth look into the raft of new and unknown pollutants that are entering our waterways. The course will explore pollution pathways, impact of the pollutants and potential preventative measures to minimize and prevent further deterioration.

As both custodians and commercial users of the waterway, those working within the water community are likely to come across these pollutants regularly and are more likely to be responsible for their removal, irrespective of whether or not they were responsible for polluting the environment.

We as the water industry are also large consumers of chemicals for treatment, electricity for operations and civil materials for construction. We abstract water from rivers for consumption and also discharge wastewater back into waterways, often not too far away in some cases from the abstraction point. It is important for us to keep our raw product (waterways, rivers, reservoirs, lakes and groundwater sources) free of pollution, in order to reduce the need for significant treatment, and providing the best water quality to the public. Furthermore, as providers of water services to the public, water companies are held accountable for public health. Therefore, health risks and associated impact need to be understood and is the responsibility of the water community.

For information on the course please download the course brochure: Emerging Pollutants Brochure

Contact: Talent Khumalo at WISA: Tel: 086 111 9472


22 - 23 Nov 2022 - Online

Legislation Training Programme

22 – 23 November 2022 Join IWMSA for a 2-day virtual legislation training programme

TIME: 9am – 12pm each day

Virtual training  –  Register here

Registration Closing Date: 15 November 2022

Topics to be covered:
The course covers legislation applicable to the classification, handling, storage, transportation, reuse, recycling, recovery, treatment, and or disposal of waste in South Africa.

E-mail: easterncape@iwmsa.co.za

Contact: Shantelle Jonas IWMSA Eastern Cape Branch:


23 - 23 Nov 2022 - Online

Water Law

On-line training

Time: 08:30 – 14:30

Join Inlexso for virtual training. All their courses are verified by SAIOSH (South African Institute for Occupation Safety & Health). They are also accredited with QCTO.

Contact details for bookings: Jolene Mascini / Michelle Du Toit: Tel: 012 942 5555


28 - 29 Nov 2022 - Johannesburg

ISO 14001:2015 – Environmental Management Systems (EMS) Reducing Incidents and Preventing Environmental Harm

VENUE: Protea Balalaika Hotel, Sandton Johannesburg and Live Online

ALSO ON 8th – 9th December 2022 at Protea Hotel Umhlanga, Durban, KZN and Live Online

We have restricted the number of participants to 30, to fit the length and the intended depth of the meeting. Consequently, we would appreciate if you can let us know whether you can attend in the next few days.


  • The interrelationship between management responsibility, context of the organization, environmental policy, environmental planning, implementation of policy, operational control, checking of performance, management review and continual improvement
  • Essential terminology to help you interpret and audit ISO 14001 requirements defined in ISO 14001
  • The difference between compliance obligations and conformance with ISO 14001
  • How to plan and conduct an interview with top management
  • How to plan, conduct, report and follow up an audit of an environmental management system to establish conformity (or otherwise) with ISO 14001 and in accordance with ISO 19011 (and ISO 17021 where appropriate)
  • How to prepare an on-site audit plan that establishes effective audit trails across processes and between members of an audit team
  • How to prepare thoroughly for an audit and produce checklists (including process-based checklists
  • For full information go to: ISO 14001-2015 – Environmental Management Systems (EMS) Brochure and Registration Form (2)


Contact: Emmanuel Mkhonto (Golden Slaves Consulting and MLi Training): Tel: 081 705 1041


07 - 09 Mar 2023 - Cape Town

The Africa Energy Indaba

VENUE: ICC Cape Town

Modern, affordable, reliable and sustainable energy is critical for economic growth and the provision of access to modern energy contributes tremendously to improved health care, better education and opens up economic opportunities in both urban and rural areas in Africa. The Africa Energy Indaba is the definitive energy conference for Africa providing an annual programme that shapes energy policy for the African continent. The 15th Africa Energy Indaba Conference will discuss, debate and seek solutions to enable adequate energy generation across the continent. Delegates, drawn from all continents, represent an unrivalled combination of industry experts, project developers, financiers, energy users, government officials and manufacturers.

For full information click HERE

General enquiries:: Tel: 011 463 9184