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Dear Honorary HR & Admin, Environmental competent persons & affiliates, practitioners, interested parties and contractors. 
We are offering public training as follows;
Venue: Concorde Shah Alam.


Upcoming ...






Chemical Handling in Environmental Management - Role of SDS
5-6 July 2017 Concorde Hotel Shah Alam
Note to participants: You are ready for the Waste Stream Audit and SDS Regular DeBriefings.
 Available Training Titles:

Course title: Air Pollution - Emission and Control
Aim: Establish awareness and knowledge on air pollution and competency enhancement in air pollution management.
Objective:

  • exposure to air pollution impact;
  • identify sources of air pollution;
  • methods of air pollution control;
  • air pollution monitoring;
  • legal requirement and liability.

Course title: Auditing Environmental Pollution Control TechnologiesHow to audit IETS, Scrubbers, Dust Collectors, etc. 
Aim: Competency enhancement in auditing environmental or pollution control technologies, equipments and systems.
ObjectiveEstablish concise understanding in major unit processes and equipment of various pollution control systems and equipment including its monitoring aspect by virtue of  “What auditors should look for?” when auditing:
  • Air pollution control technologies: Scrubbers, Filter-bag Dust Collector, etc. 
  • Water pollution control equipments: especially Industrial Effluent Treatment System.
  • Environmental monitoring reports: Boundary noise, Isokinetic Stack Sampling, Ambient Air, Effluent, etc.
  • Introduction of Guided Checklist for Auditing Environmental Control Technologies (Attachment)


Course title: The Essence of Environmental Auditing in Practice
Aim: Overview of essential knowledge for environmental auditors.
Objective:Applied environmental sciences and management in its holistic and simple forms to apprehend;
  • Air & Noise pollution;
  • Soil pollution;
  • Inland water pollution;
  • Groundwater pollution;
  • Marine pollution;
  • Cleaner Technology - prospects & examples a.k.a 'green technologies';
  • Environmental monitoring - overview;
  • ISO14001:2015 - Tactics in managing non-conformity; working groups.

Course title: ISO14001EMS - Practical Guide for Effective System's Auditing
Aim: Boosting environmental auditors' practical confidence.
ObjectiveEstablish understanding on specialized environmental knowledge and experience on;
  • relationship between environment - health - safety;
  • the Life-Cycle-Assessment based definition and illustration of environmental aspects;
  • EMS - what to look for from top management, managerial and operational functions;
  • international requirements; RoHS, REACH, banned substances, etc.;
  • simplified overview of; waste minimization technique, environmental performance evaluation, pollution control techniques, monitoring, E.I.A, and root-cause-analysis;
  • practical on-site audit - presentation workshops.

Course title: The Essence of Environmental Auditing in the Construction Sector
Aim: Boosting environmental auditors' practical confidence in auditing construction activities.
ObjectiveEstablish understanding on applicable Malaysian Environmental Laws for construction activities and apprehending EMS's root-cause-analysis to ensure continual conformance.

Course title: Awareness on Malaysian Environmental Paws and Pollution Control
Aim: Compliance to environmental laws requires pollution control techniques and technologies.
ObjectiveEstablish understanding on applicable Malaysian Environmental Laws and their respective pollution control technologies involved in ensuring compliance.

Course title: Environmental Quality (Clean Air) Regulations, 2014
Aim: Competency enhancement via comprehension of this legal application “One doesn’t have to be an engineer to understand them. They were engineered to be understood”
Objectives:


  •  Identify which emissions standard is applicable to our activity and industry;
  • Identify the respective emission limits;
  • Identify requirement for continuous or periodic monitoring;
  • Understand what is required for complete compliance.

Course title: The Construction Sector - environment in practice.
Aim: 
Instill higher competence amongst top management and key personnel in addressing global environmental demands in projects vis-à-vis sustainable developments.

Objectives:
Establish concise understanding and rationalization of environmental practices in project development in view of project designs, planning and implementation.
  • Common environmental issues in project implementation;
  • Sources/origin of environmental issues;
  • Available mitigation and control methods;
  • Summarized related Environmental laws;
  • Overview of the ISO14001’s significance in project developments;
  • Experience in practice – constituents of green development;
  • The environmental K.P.I – discussion.

Course title: Awareness in Chemical Handling via Understanding of the Chemical Safety Data Sheet..
Aim: 
Instill higher competence amongst operational and supervisory personnel in comprehension of the CSDS.

Objectives:
  • common issues in chemical handling;
  • the Chemical Safety Data Sheet (CSDS) in SHE-MS;
  • overview of internationally banned substances based on RoHS and REACH requirements;
  • Industrial hygiene and toxicology from CSDS information;
  • Discussion based on exclusive notes on pathological classification health effects;
  • Discussion on chemical exposure in some industrial processes;
  • Elaboration on the legal requirement under CLASS 2013;

Course title: The Environment: Deed in Need
AIM
By the end of this training all participants shall be able to identify and understand related environmental legal requirements thus enhance readiness in complying with its stipulation.
OBJECTIVES
  • Selective interpretation of applicable legal clauses;
  • Mitigating and pollution prevention BMP in practice.
  • Share what the authorities often look for and how to manage preparation;
  • Share what is not written in the law but requested by the authorities;
  • Share experience in compliance endeavors;
  • Share abnormalities in its interpretation;
  • Share other legal-binding requirements which are not stipulated in the law;

Course title: The Environmental Impact Assessment
AIM: Establish apprehensive capability in verifying EIA reports and justifying its 'terms and conditions of EIA approval' in based on proposed mitigating measures, thus, establishing appropriate E.M.P.
OBJECTIVES
  • understand segments and phases of the EIA preparation;
  • rationalization of impact prediction;
  • validating recommended mitigating measures;
  • verifying 'terms and conditions of EIA approval';
  • ability to establish a functional and practical Environmental management Plan.

Course title: SHE Awareness for Suppliers, Contractors and Vendors
AIM: Establish standardized understanding and prioritization of environmental due-diligence amongst main interested parties to ISO14001/ISO18001 certified organization/clients.
OBJECTIVES: Dissemination of shared environmental responsibilities upstream of the supply chain.

AIM
This training is developed in view of the need for companies to conduct specific environmental monitoring which provides information with regards to the effect of their operation to their surrounding environmental receptors or interested parties.
OBJECTIVE
Competency enhancement in managing, supervising and performing environmental monitoring, including data interpretation for environmental performance monitoring reports.
By the end of this course, all participants shall be able to;
  • Identify and select appropriate environmental monitoring methods;
  • Identify types and purpose of various environmental monitoring equipment;
  • Organize, execute and supervise environmental monitoring works;
  • Organize environmental monitoring data for specific interpretation;
  • Infer environmental monitoring evaluation and performance levels.
  • Establish strong evidence of compliance;
  • Establish rationalization for mitigation effort.

Aim
Competency enhancement in applied environmental science used in ISO14001 EMS - made simple for personnel from all industrial and services sectors subscribing to the legal requirement and ISO 14001 standards. Tailored presentation that compliments personnel from all educational and functional background! “One don’t have to be an engineer to understand them. They were engineered to be understood”
Objectives:
  • Enable more representative and accurate measurement, recording and reporting of the EMS’s performance; 
  • Facilitates more accurate judgement for continual improvement;
  • Representative and effective translation for display before Top Management in any Management Review meeting.

Aim
Identify where and how this law applies in construction activities. “One don’t have to be an engineer to understand them. They were engineered to be understood”
Objectives: Covers the entire array of construction activities from land clearing up to hand over within which applicable regulations of this law shall be identified and interpreted for practice - case by case.

Aim
Interpretation of all requirement of the law for all types and nature of industries and businesses, including, those without wastewater treatment plants. “One don’t have to be an engineer to understand them. They were engineered to be understood”
Objectives: 
  • identify 'who' is exempted from the application of this law; how? where? why?;
  • how to determine a legible evidence of compliance;
  • roles and liability of competent persons;
  • discuss all provisions of the regulation with past case examples;



AIM
By the end of this training all participants shall be able to identify and understand related environmental legal requirements thus enhance readiness in complying with its stipulation.
OBJECTIVE
  • Exclusive interpretation of each legal clauses;
  • Share what the authorities often look for and how to manage preparation;
  • Share what is not written in the law but requested by the authorities;
  • Share experience in compliance endeavors;
  • Share abnormalities in its interpretation;
  • Share other legal-binding requirements which are not stipulated in the law;
  • Share arguments in judicial proceedings of environmental court cases;

AIM
Top Management with holistic understanding of related environmental legal requirements thus enhance readiness in complying with its stipulation.
OBJECTIVE
  • overview of main legal clauses;
  • share what the authorities often look for and how to manage preparation;
  • share liabilities incurred in environmental court cases;

AIM
A holistic discussion of past cases and success stories which arrives to current best management practices in addressing erosion and sedimentation.
OBJECTIVE
  • Impact of erosion and sedimentation;
  • Impact of sedimentation;
  • Sources of erosion and sedimentation;
  • Erosion and sedimentation control;
  • Overview of guideline: BMP for stormwater management;

Aim: Instill sense of urgency in responding to releases/discharges/spillages involving environmental aspects being released in 'emergency' situations.
Objective

  • What is an Environmental ERP?
  • What the ISO 14001 requires?
  • The relationship between safety-health-environment
  • Factors of ERP effectiveness
  • Overview of ERP promulgation
  • Identification of activities with associated environment risk
  • The ERP planning
  • The ERP formulation

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DeCoding Environmental Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Course. Concorde Hotel Shah Alam
(29-30 November 2016) I truly appreciate your attention and enthusiasm. Good luck!


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Course title: Environmental Deeds in Need for Construction Sector Venue: MRCB, KL Sentral

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REGISTRATIONS
PSMB (HRDF Malaysia)     : 1129 (SBL - Training Fees claimable in Malaysia)
PETRONAS Vendor No.    : C449238A-1
Shell Malaysia                   : 128195/P14116
CIMA Berhad                     : 001853
MMHE Vendor No.            : 60311
PROTON                               : 606079
DOE (CPD) entitlement    : 3 - 6 CPD hours per Day






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>> List of comments on our training services.
Environmental Quality (Scheduled Waste) Regulations, 2005.
“.. learn and understand the regulations of DOE on Scheduled Waste Management. Can apply knowledge in work area and impart knowledge to staffs on-site.”

Mr. Ho Fong Seng, Project Manager, IJM Construction Sdn Bhd.
Tel: 03-88888218
Course: Environmental Aspect-Impact Evaluation Method for ISO14001: 2004
“More knowledge gained from various aspects regarding environment. Able to identify and evaluate the means of aspects and the impact to environment based on selected subjects.”

Mr. K. Sivaraj A/L M. Kaniah, Maintenance Executive,
Shell Gas (LPG) Port Dickson.
Tel: 06-6404556
Course: Environmental Performance Evaluation (EPE) based on ISO14031.
“Understand how to measure, analyze & reporting the environmental performance. Can apply the knowledge in my work area.”

Ms. Lam Siew Yin, QA Executive, Kaneka (M) Sdn Bhd.
Tel: 09-5837000
Course: Life Cycle Assessment MS ISO14040 & ISO14044 by concept
“The illustrations in the handout and the presentation materials simplified the content of the course i.e. easy to understand. Group exercise gives hands on experience to understand course content better."

Mdm. Rashidah Lailah Abd Rashid, Corporate HSE Assurance Manager,
Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd.
Tel: 03-23319288
Course: EMS ISO14001: 2004 – interpretation in practice
“Enhance my knowledge & technical know-how on ISO14001 EMS. Help to improve our EMS, practice and preparation for audit.”

Mr. Aris Fadillah Hj A. Samad, EHS Ast. Gen. Manager,
Perodua Manufacturing Sdn Bhd.
Tel: 03-60298888 ext. 4320
Course: Waste Management
“Proper Scheduled Waste Management. Experience/competent trainer with real life examples.”

Mr. Amalludin Bin Harun, Production Specialist,
Huntsman Tioxide.
Tel: 09-8625454
Course: Environmental Quality Act, 1974 – interpretation in practice
“Very detail and clear explanation on every issue with real life examples. Eye and mind opener. Interesting facts of environmental impact already happened which can lead back to those daily activities that contribute to it. To elevate awareness of people.”

Mr. Sin Cheng Siang, Engineer,
Inventec Electronics (M) Sdn Bhd.
Tel: 04-2967393
Course: Wastewater Treatment Plant – operation principles, troubleshooting, maintenance and sludge management options
“Dalami ilmu, pengetahuan system WWTP bagi kawalan sempurna dan operasi terbaik.”

Rosaland Abdul Wahab, Production Trainer,
Petronas Penapisan Melaka Sdn Bhd.
Tel: 06-3522659


Course: Hazardous Waste Minimization Technique
“A very good and interesting Course. We get an idea on how to implement and apply it in our work environment”

Mdm. Fadzilah Rahmat, Finance Manager,
Umicore Malaysia Sdn Bhd.
Tel: 07-2547414