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Erosion and Sediment Control Who should attend these Workshop 2: What’s in the Workshop 4: Preparing an ESCP workshops? Maroon Manual Workshop 4 covers the identification and design of temporary and permanent erosion and sediment control measures on • Site construction personnel Workshop 2 gives a broad overview of the material contained construction sites and their delineation on a plan. in the “Maroon Manual”. Workshop participants require • Developers and Consultants access to a copy of the “Maroon Manual”. This Workshop pulls together the information presented at • Civil and Environmental Engineers the earlier Workshops 1, 2, and 3. It is a practical application • Local and State Government Officers This workshop provides an understanding of the key of the work undertaken at the earlier workshops. technical and management issues relating to erosion and • Those responsible for reviewing Erosion and Sediment sediment control in the urban environment in SE Queensland. Control and Soil and Water Management Plans Participants will gain a sound understanding of the process It also introduces the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation involved with the selection, design and placement of a range • Others wishing to update their knowledge in line with the as a tool for assessing erosion risk at a site under different of typical soil conservation measures suitable for use on current best practice approaches in the “Maroon Manual” management conditions. The workshop is designed to guide construction sites. They will be able to delineate these on an • Those wishing to sit the CPESC examination participants through the “Maroon Manual” so they can apply it Erosion and Sediment Control Plan following the criteria set to their plans and sites. We look at what site issues should be out in the “Maroon Manual. considered when planning for erosion and sediment control Workshop 1: Fundamentals of and how they might affect your proposed works. Participants should also bring a calculator, notebook and pen, Erosion and Sediment Control Workshop content: and have access to a laptop computer loaded with the software provided at Workshop 3. Workshop 1 focuses on urban subdivisions and covers topics • Site Assessment and Site Planning including the theory of soil conservation, erosion and • Erosion Control Workshop content: sediment control products and practices, restoration ecology • Sediment Control • Theory of Plan Preparation and revegetation. These topics are introduced in a manner • Site Management and Inspection • Guided Practice in the preparation of minor and major consistent with the best practice, erosion control driven, 50 Erosion and Sediment Control Plans mg/L wet weather release limit approach of the Manual for • Plan Preparation Using Local Examples Erosion and Sediment Control, the “Maroon Manual”, which Workshop 3: Water Management has been developed and adopted by Sunshine Coast Regional Council. on Construction Sites The workshop provides training in the selection, construction Workshop 3 trains those responsible for the selection, design The “Maroon Manual” and maintenance of temporary and permanent erosion and or review of temporary and permanent erosion and sediment sediment control measures on construction sites. It provides control measures on urban construction sites. The “Maroon Manual” can be downloaded in advance at: a background in soils and vegetation for those who wish to http://www.maroochy.qld.gov.au/environment/sitePage.cfm?c expand their knowledge of these topics from a practical This Workshop focuses on sediment basins and diversion ode=manual_sediment_erosion perspective rather than detailed design. structures, two key features of a major ESCP. This workshop is equally applicable to both engineers and non-engineers. This workshop does not address engineering considerations, Participants will gain a sound understanding of the design mathematical calculations or preparing plans for erosion and sediment control, but covers the role of onsite construction aspects of water management structures described in the “Maroon Manual”. Certified Professional in Erosion workers and serves as an introduction to the later Workshops 2, 3 and 4. and Sediment Control (CPESC) Workshop 3 participants require access to a copy of the “Maroon Manual”, a calculator, notebook and pen, and if • This course is designed to prepare candidates for the Workshop content: possible, have access to a laptop computer. A software CD International Erosion Control Association Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control • Water Quality, Planning and Legal Requirements and electronic copy of the “Maroon Manual” will be provided. examination. Further information on opportunities for • Soils and Soil Conservation Workshop content: completion of the IECA CPESC exam will be provided at • Erosion Hazard Factors and their Control • Theory of Water Management the workshops. • Implementing Effective Erosion and Sediment Control • Application of Water Management on Construction Sites Best Management Practices • Erosion and Sediment Control Products • Sizing and Designing Sediment Basins • Designing Catch Drains and Diversion Structures cet Centre for Environmental Training Erosion and Sediment Control Registration / Tax Invoice Workshop Presenters Professional development ABN 48 091 629 686 COURSE 0601 Michael Frankcombe: Michael is a practical erosion workshops and sediment control specialist with over 18 years for practitioners in Name experience. Michael has worked for government agencies, in consulting and for private industry in a Organisation Address diversity of fields including mining, agriculture, local government, tourism and transport infrastructure Erosion and throughout Victoria, New South Wales and Tel Postcode Queensland. Michael has been a member of IECA (Australasia) since 1993 and is currently IECA Sediment Control President and Chair of the CPESC Committee. Fax Andrew Macleod: Andrew is a Director of SEEC e-mail Morse McVey, a Certified Professional Soil Scientist and a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment PLEASE REGISTER ME FOR: Control. Andrew has extensive experience in erosion mitigation, sediment and pollutant control, preparation Erosion and Sediment Control Workshops 1-4 of ESCPs and stormwater management 8-11 September 2008 I enclose payment of the course fee Maurice Mathews: Maurice was formerly a Senior $1,950 + $195 GST = Total $2,145 Lecturer in Environmental Engineering at the Official order is enclosed/attached University of Wollongong and has been responsible for Please invoice me for the course fee the development of water quality-driven approaches to erosion and sediment control within both the NSW and The workshops will be held from 09.00 to 17.00 at QLD governments for over 20 years. He is now The Events Centre, 20 Minchinton Street, Caloundra, Waterways Planner at Maroochy Council. Maurice co- QLD 4551. authored the Manual for Erosion and Sediment Control, the “Maroon Manual” and coordinated its Only 30 places are available on this workshop. Early Sunshine Coast preparation. The “Maroon Manual” provides a sound reservation is advised to ensure a place. basis for erosion and sediment control, in line with the Queensland legislative and planning framework, and Places are reserved on a first come first served basis, on receipt of payment by electronic transfer of funds or the local environment. SE Queensland 8-11 September 2008 receipt of cheque payable to: The Centre for Environmental Training Rick Morse: Rick is a Consultant at SEEC Morse Commonwealth Bank BSB 062 828 A/c No. 10074958. McVey, specialising in environmental engineering, ecosystem management, geomorphology and soil Course fee includes comprehensive course notes, science. Rick is a Certified Professional in Erosion and software as indicated, lunches and morning and Sediment Control, a Certified Professional Soil afternoon teas. Scientist and a Certified Environmental Practitioner. He has extensive expertise in erosion mitigation and The Centre for Environmental Training rehabilitation, sediment and nutrient control. Rick has 251 Wallsend Road prepared the NSW Government handbook for erosion CARDIFF HEIGHTS NSW 2285 AUSTRALIA cet and sediment control on construction sites (The “Blue Telephone: 02 4954 4997 Book”) and most recently, he co-authored the Facsimile: 02 4954 4996 Queensland “Maroon Manual”. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Centre for Environmental Training cet Centre for Environmental Training
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