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Emerging Risks in the ECoW Environment

Description

Review of site context and operations in terms of wider environmental significance. Session will review cases and good practice in considering, planning and impacts on project delivery

Landscape – broader environmental context of site including topography, vegetation, infrastructure, existing buildings, weather, culture

Dusts, emissions and odours

  • significance and impacts
  • Site planning, generation and impact on project
  • Methods/process for control

Noise & Vibration

  • Importance of noise and vibration management,
  • Propagation and environmental conditions
  • Best practicable means
  • Monitoring and limits

Archaeology

  • requirements for management of remains, risks from and their management, benefits of integration, good practice and use of new technology
  • Planning conditions Recording or preservation on site

Overview

Sessions will be led by industry and academic experts; delegates will be required to participate through a combination of interactive activities, discussion forums, break out groups and case study development.  The main sessions will be hosted on Zoom so a reliable internet connection, web camera and microphone will be required.  Sessions will be recorded and then posted in a secure site for delegates to access and review at a later date.

This programme forms part of the Environmental Clerk of Works Foundation Programme.  For further information about this course, please visit here or contact cpd@uws.ac.uk

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