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This is a live on-line version of our Environmental Risks of Construction course. 

Delivered over two consecutive days - 3hrs each morning. 


Do you know the environmental risks and obligations of construction projects? 

This course provides participants with a practical understanding of the environmental aspects of civil construction.  Providing you the know-how to understand your legal obligations, raise environmental awareness and find workable solutions too many of the common risks on construction sites.   

The course is designed for anyone involved in the construction industry, including contractors, project managers, regulators and consultants.

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1 day course.

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4Sight Consulting

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$395 +GST per person

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Topics include

  • Unique characteristics of civil contracting context
  • How the RMA works including duties, rules and liabilities
  • Impacts of rules and resource consents on daily activities
  • Potential effects of common activities and minimum industry standards for their management including:
        *Erosion and sediment control principles and key control
        *Stormwater catchpit protection
        *Noise, vibration, odour and dust
        * Basic hazardous substance rules for chemical and fuel storage
        * Prevention and management of spills
        * Works around watercourses
        *Works around trees
        *PH effects of concrete, cement and lime work
        * Asphalt cutting
        * Dewatering
        * Waste minimisation and disposal
        * Resource efficiency
        * Basic archaeological site discovery protocol
        * Basic contaminated site discovery protocol
        *Basic clean fill protocol
  • Selected environmental management system procedures such as tracking compliance - why and how
  • Practice identifying potential risks and solutions associated with common activities
  • Real examples from projects and legal cases
  • Emphasis on relevant regional issues
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On completion of this course participants will

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the principles, common control measures and risk assessment required to protect the environment at a civil construction works site
  • Plan for and manage environmental risks associated with a project
  • Demonstrate knowledge of environmental legislation relevant to an infrastructure works site
  • Explain typical resource consents and permits required for an infrastructure works site
  • Explain the consequences of non-compliance, non-compliance reporting, and enforcement powers and notices relevant to an infrastructure works site 
  • Describe and communicate environmental incidents and the impacts on the employee and to an infrastructure works site
  • Describe the types of contaminant discharges, the impacts of discharges, and contamination mitigation measures on an infrastructure works site 
  • Demonstrate knowledge of environmental controls and work practices, maintenance schedules, and auditing and communication procedures of sediment control and maintenance schedules in an infrastructure works site
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Who should attend

This course is essential for all civil construction site workers (foreman to engineers) all of whom have legal, contractual and/or practical responsibilities for project environmental performance.

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Course Structure

This will be delivered live with our trainer over two consecutive mornings.
Please refer to our terms and conditions and cancellation policy by by clicking here.

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Training Course 26-27 July

  • Tuesday 26 July: 9.00am - 12.00pm and

  • Wednesday 27 July: 9.00am - 12.00pm

Participants must participate in both sessions to get the full benefit and to receive their certificate of participation.

Email lisa@nziht.co.nz to express your interest in future training dates.

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