TRAINING COURSE ON EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PLAN (ESCP)
14 Feb 2019 to 15 Feb 2019 (8:29 AM - 5:29 PM) Postponed
WISMA IEM, PETALING JAYA, SELANGOR
Managed by: IEM Academy Sdn Bhd
Organised by: IEM ACADEMY SDN BHD
- Closing date before: 11 Feb 2019
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Sediment is the number one pollutant in waterways. Sediment-laden runoff increases the Total Suspended Solid (TSS) and turbidity (NTU) of the receiving waterways. Uncontrolled earth disturbance, deforestation and construction activities, exposed to rainfall and runoff, cause excessive erosion and sedimentation to the environment. The larger the exposed earth disturbance the higher risk of water pollution which can adversely impact the public health, safety and welfare. Therefore, qualified erosion and sediment control plan (ESCP) preparers must produce designs that allow proper management of earth disturbance activities including the associated processes and soils, and operators/ contractors must follow the plans and specifications, to minimize water pollution and prevent water quality violation. This two day training course with optional half day site visit is offered by IEM Academy Sdn Bhd for those who are interested to make a difference to the way earthworks are commonly being done.
The course will focus on preparing an effective ESCP based on a systematic approach, ESCP implementation and best management practices (BMPs) inspection and reporting for water pollution risks mitigation. The course will cover the following topics to prepare the participants with practical knowledge and skill sets needed to deal with issues/ challenges as well as applicable regulatory requirements related to erosion and sediment control (ESC) and storm water pollution prevention. It will look at some examples and/or case studies and BMPs that are relevant to the Malaysia scenario.
- ESCP Preparation and Design Considerations
- Pre- & Post- Bulk Grading Design
- Erosion and Sediment Control Design and Selection
- ESCP Implementation Sequence
- Site Stabilization Plan
- ESC Inspection, Maintenance and Reporting
By the end of the Workshop, the participants will be able to
- Understand the principles and typical important design considerations in preparing an effective ESCP
- Prepare a complete, clear and understandable ESCP based on a systematic approach
- Implement the ESCP and act on incidents in a timely manner.
- Perform proper inspection and reporting
- Mitigate water pollution risks
- Understand the requirements of CPESC, CESSWI and CISEC certifications
- Know how to prepare for the professional certification exams
Who should attend?
The course is designed for all professionals and practitioners who are involved in the design and construction of earthworks in development projects namely Engineers, Contractors, Developers, Planners, Environmental Auditors/ Scientists, Architects, Designers or Inspectors, Local Authority Officers, Installer/Vendors of Erosion & Sediment Control (ESC) products, Project Site Supervisors, Compliance Officers and / or Agency Representatives among others. You will also learn more about Erosion and Sediment Control certifications and the respective exams through this course.
About the trainer
Ir. Francis Kee Hwee Ngiam, PE (Arkansas, California and Malaysia), CESCL, CPESC, CPSWQ, CPISM, LEED AP(BD+C), CSP, CCEP, MBA.
Ir. Francis Ngiam's passion lies in People Development, Safety, Pollution Prevention, Customer/User Experience, and Partnership and Collaboration. He is an HRDF certified trainer and the co-founder of GPROTD Resources, a training and consulting company which offers professional training and development opportunities for individual and organizational growth and improvement.
Ir. Francis Ngiam is a licensed civil engineer in Arkansas, California and Malaysia. He started practicing engineering in 1997. As a practicing engineer, he has also been involved in Green Infrastructure and Green Building Design and Construction. This experience has led him to become a Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design Accredited Professional with expertise in Building Design & Construction (LEED AP BD+C). In addition, Mr. Ngiam has earned his Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional (CCEP) through his employment and professional development in Environmental Health and Safety Compliance.
While holding two stormwater certifications and two erosion and sediment control certifications, Mr. Ngiam is an approved trainer for the Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) and Certified Professional in Storm Water Quality (CPSWQ) review courses. He is also an authorized trainer for the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) Outreach General Industry and Construction Industry training courses. He is in the process of becoming the approved trainer for the Certified Professional in Industrial Stormwater Management (CPISM) review course, and the State of Washington's Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead (CESCL) course.
Ir. Francis Ngiam has his Bachelor and Master degrees in Civil Engineering from Oklahoma State University. He also holds an MBA from Webster University. He is a member of the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP), Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE), Malaysia Association of Kansei Engineering (MAKE), Malaysian Stormwater Organisation (MSO) and Institution of Engineers Malaysia (IEM). He is the Technical Committee Vice Chair and CPSWQ Program Committee Vice Chair for EnviroCert International Inc. (ECI), an international non-profit stormwater and environmental professional certification organization. ECI administers five Professional Certification Programs (i.e., CPESC, CPSWQ, CESSWI, CPMSM, and CPISM) in the United States and over twenty countries (including Malaysia).
Rate stated does not include 6% SST