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Our erosion and sediment control course will provide participants with a suite of best practice procedures for erosion, sediment and drainage control on construction and building sites in accordance with the requirements of the International Erosion Control Association Australasia.
- An ability to plan and design an effective erosion and sediment control plan.
- An ability to assess the suitability of an erosion and sediment control plan for development approval.
- An ability to undertake effective compliance.
Participants will develop an understanding of
- Key principles of erosion and sediment control.
- How to select the most appropriate temporary drainage, erosion and sediment control measures for your site.
- Key steps in the development of erosion and sediment control plans.
- Model codes of practice: General construction, building sites and installation of services.
- Potential erosion hazard of a work site.
- Typical development approval conditions, for use in the management of land-disturbing activities.
- Site inspection checklists to ensure appropriate site management and compliance in accordance with erosion and sediment control plans.
Participants will develop skills in application of:
- site planning checklists
- the iAuditor tool
- detailed checklist for assessing erosion and sediment control plans.
Who should attend?
- Consulting engineers responsible for planning erosion and sediment control plans for construction sites.
- Development assessment officers responsible for compliance assessment of erosion and sediment control plans (formerly referred to as soil erosion and drainage management plans).
- Local and state government project managers/site supervisors responsible for construction supervision.
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Water Sensitive SA Partners – $275 +GST & BF
Stormwater SA members – $275 +GST & BF
IPWEA members – $275 +GST & BF
Non-partners – $440 +GST & BF
In 2022, Adrian joined Neilly Group as Principal Stormwater Specialist and his projects to date include concept and detailed design of rural wetlands, specialised design and erosion plans for large scale construction, mining and erosion intervention projects.
As Principal Engineer of the Water by Design team, he shared his extensive knowledge of catchment and water management across Queensland and beyond through capacity building activities, guideline and policy development, and advocacy roles.
Adrian’s unique skillset covers both practical and theoretical water management and improved land care practices, and is able to fully comprehend projects from the initial planning and strategic phases, through to design, implementation and maintenance.