This course aims to provide an appreciation of environmental issues, key legislation, systems of work and control measures that are relevant to planning and delivering engineering projects and in maintaining plant, equipment and systems.

It is designed for people in client and contractor organisations to enable them to understand how environmental issues may influence the design and delivery of engineering projects in a manufacturing environment.

Who is the course aimed at?

The course is for anyone interested in protecting and maintaining the natural environment, particularly engineers and designers.

What does the course aim to achieve?

The course aims to give each attendee an appreciation of environmental issues, key legislation, systems of work and control measures that are relevant to planning and delivering engineering projects and in maintaining plant, equipment and systems.  The course identifies relevant control measures, including regulatory requirements.

What will you learn about?

  • Environmental concerns.
  • Environmental risk: aspects and impacts.
  • Summary of main legislative controls.
  • Policy and procedures.
  • Environmental Permits, relevant permit conditions.
  • Sector Guidance/BREF/FDF.
  • Practical management and control of: operational waste, emissions, energy, materials, ODS and ‘F’ gases, nuisance.
  • Responding to environmental incidents.

What is involved in the training?

Trainer presentations and directed discussion.  Breakout exercises.

Course Length

2 days

How Many People on the course?

A maximum of 8 people