Site Management Plans: Setting the Compliance Groundwork Towards Project Success (Part 2)

This series will walk through various site management plans and their development leading into field implementation.

June 16, 2022, 2:00 pm EST | 0.05 CEU/.5 PDH

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Maintaining environmental compliance consumes a lot of resources. It consumes our time, our energy, and our money. The Environmental Site Management Plan process can be utilized to tell your compliance story and plan for specific field operations to ensure they are constructed in a compliant manor.

During this live webcast, we will navigate through the environmental compliance progression through complex projects where multiple Site Management Plans would be beneficial. In addition, this course will focus on the planning and inspection techniques that industry professionals should utilize during the construction phase to ensure that compliance and quality are maintained. The planning happens at the forefront of construction but continues well into the construction phase; utilizing real project examples, this series will walk through various site management plans and their development leading into field implementation. Finally, we will wrap up this navigation process with lessons learned and call backs to those project examples.

We invite you to join returning Stormwater University returning speaker Greg Beckius (Senior Environmental Scientist & Safety Manager, PE Services) for Part 2 in this series of four important educational events. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify appropriate techniques of a Dewatering Management Plan
  • Develop project set-up to keep any water designated for discharge clean and clear

About Instructor

Greg Beckius

CPESC
Senior Environmental Scientist & Safety Manager
PE Services

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Course Includes

  • 1 Lesson
  • 1 Quiz
  • Course Certificate