Thursday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM22/06/2023
ALGA – Risk Assessment Symposium – June 22nd
The Australasian Land and Groundwater Association (ALGA) is holding a one day symposium to bring together risk assessment practitioners and all other disciplines where understanding risk is pivotal to robust decision-making. Topics will include the latest development in human and ecological health risk assessment science, putting risk assessment into practice in due diligence, land transactions and planning, and what advances in data analytics mean for risk assessment.
Risk assessment in engrained through contaminated land and groundwater management and it benefits most roles to have a good understanding of the methods and science. Additionally, the tools are ever evolving as they deal with emerging risks, streamline approaches and refine exposure pathways, even experienced practitioners benefit from staying current with the latest development.
You will learn:
Andrew Pearson, Senior Environmental Consultant, Tonkin + Taylor – Chair
Carolyn Brumley, Technical Director, Arcadis
Jen Martin, Environmental Restoration – Technical Director, Arcadis Australia Pacific
Kate Hughes, Director, Ecology Data Bank Services
Katie Richardson, National Risk Assessment Practice Leader, Senversa
Naomi Cooper, Senior Associate Ecotoxicologist, WSP – Co-Chair
Scott Carroll, Remediation Manager, Liberty Industrial
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