Inspection skills for waste management

Review of waste management act enforcement and skills for routine and non routine inspection

Who Should Attend:
All type of waste inspectors working for waste regulatory and compliance scheme bodies

Andrew Moag

Andrew has been working in environmental management since 1990 and is a recognised international expert in waste and water management. He is a Chartered Fellow of the Institution of Waste Management FCIWM.  He has been training environmental professionals since 1998 and has delivered much of the waste management legislation training for regulators, companies and individuals during EPA and FAS programmes throughout this time. Andrew is owner and director of both AMC Environmental Ltd, a waste and environmental consultancy and ETS.  His expertise is broad based and he continues to work on projects as diverse as site investigation, end of waste and regulatory applications and policy and legislation development. Andrew has developed a detailed understanding of environmental legislation and regulations across both Ireland and the UK.  He delivers training for industry and regulators and acts as an expertise witness in district and high court cases.  

Single day attendance certificate
1 Day

This course is designed for a range of waste management regulators working in compliance schemes, the EPA or in local authorities.  Carrying out routine and non routine inspections is part of the typical work of an environmental enforcement professional.  The course reviews the requirements of the Waste Management Act in relation to waste operation and waste activities from a legislative perspective, identifying the various components of the Waste Management Act and how they can be used as tools for enforcement.  The course then goes through the key skills required for routine inspections and non routine inspections and how to deal with issues such as interviewing, note taking, evidence gathering and reporting of inspections.  This is a very practical skill designed to help those that need to work in the field and deal with the day to day business of carrying out inspections.  This is a one day course with a number of exercises to help begin to explore and develop the skills needed to be an inspector. 

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Venue / Time:
0900a.m. - 430p.m.
Module Cost : €310
Programme Fee:
Booking Information: Payment can be made by Post (cheque),
LSA order number or EBT (Electronic Bank Transfer)
For postal bookings or further information contact Andrew Moag.

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