This course provides training to environmental professional in the fundamental principles and techniques of risk assessment as applied to contaminated land assessment and remediation.
This is a practical course for all those involved in the assessment of contaminated land. The course provides delegates with a complete introduction to the main approaches to risk assessment for contaminated sites in the UK.
The course covers compliance with regulatory guidelines and approaches to risk assessment consistent with UK best practice.
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‘An Introduction to Contaminated Land Risk Assessment’ training course is presented by leading experts in contaminated land investigation and risk assessment.
The programme features extensive hands-on exercises using CLEAV1.06 and Levels 1-3 of the Remedial Targets Methodology, plus the opportunity for discussion between practitioners, regulators and researchers.
To book a place on the Introduction to Contaminated Land Risk Assessment training course, please contact ESI’s Course Administrator (tel: 01743 276100 or email: email@example.com).
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ESI strives to be an environmentally friendly company so we provide course handouts and presentations in digital format only. Hard copy manuals can be provided upon request at an extra cost of £50 + VAT each.
Please contact ESI’s Course Administrator (tel: 01743 276100 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information on “An Introduction to Contaminated Land Risk Assessment” training course.