IECA Canada Virtual Connection: Leading the Way in Erosion & Sediment Control in Canada
- Non member - $75
- Professional member - Free!
- Professional Plus member - Free!
- Professional Plus Org member - Free!
- Student member - Free!
- Young Professional member - Free!
- Emeritus member - Free!
- Discounted Professional member - Free!
- Australasia Member - Free!
This event offers 3 on-demand presentations on Erosion and Sediment Control in Canada. All sessions were recorded and are now available as on-demand presentations. Living in the Great White North creates its own unique challenges, join us for a discussion with local experts on Erosion Control Planning and monitoring. This not to be missed event is free to the IECA membership and low cost for non-members.
- Erosion and Sediment Control Planning When you Live in a Deep Freeze with Elyse MacDonald, CPESC
- Digitizing Erosion & Sediment Control Monitoring with Real-Time Remote In-Water Turbidity Measurements with Dan Menard
- Designing Effective Erosion and Sediment Control Plans with Katherine Mitchell
Course Level: All
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Elyse MacDonald, CPESC
Elyse MacDonald, CPESC (3430) has worked in multiple sectors designing, monitoring, and consulting on Erosion and Sediment Control (ESC) mitigation measures for the past approximately 17 years. She obtained the CPESC designation in 2006 at the IECA Long Beach conference and was the BC, Canada EnviroCert representative until moving to Alberta in 2012. Elyse is currently the Business Leader for the Ecology and Planning group in Hemmera Envirochem Inc’s Calgary office.
Dan Menard, P.Geo., QP, MBA
Dan Menard has been an environmental professional for more than 25 years, specializing in water, permits and environmental management and compliance.
Dan is General Manager of Groundwater Environmental Management Services (GEMS), an Ontario based environmental inspection & monitoring company servicing the construction and land development industries and Environmental Monitoring and Compliance Inc. (EMAC), a start-up focusing on integrating technology and instrumentation with data logging and Internet of Things (IoT) communications platforms for different environmental monitoring applications for industries and companies that are generally slower to adopt technological based innovation.
Having worked on both the consulting and the client side of our business, Dan understands what is important to individual stakeholders and knows how to tailor sometimes technically complicated issues to make them meaningful for different audiences.
Katherine Mitchell, EP, CPESC, CAN-CISEC
Katherine Mitchell, has over twenty years of experience in environmental protection having worked for various agencies such as Alberta Parks, Fish and Wildlife and Alberta Environment. She is presently employed at The City of Calgary with Water Resources, where her work focuses on erosion and sediment control and construction related storm water quality management. She has her Environmental Professional Certification in the areas of education and training, policy and legislation and communications and public awareness. Katherine has a passion for process development and was the author of The City’s most recent Erosion and Sediment Control Plan (ESCP) Application and associated instruction manual. Recently, she also played an integral part in the development of The City of Calgary’s very first Standard Specifications – Erosion and Sediment Control, which now form a part of all approved ESCP’s in Calgary.
To receive credit for this Virtual Connection you must watch each presentation. You have the option to listen to as many presentations as you wish, however you will only receive education credit for the presentations you attended. The total number of Professional Development Hours for this event is three (3).
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