Course Type: Complimentary Session
Course Length: 2 hrs
The requirements for managing and handling hazardous building materials in Saskatchewan is regulated under the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Act, Regulation and Code enforced by Saskatchewan OHS under the Saskatchewan Labour Ministry. This session is designed to help building owners, property managers, contractors, and consultants better understand their regulatory requirements and the potential impacts on their day to day operations, maintenance, and construction projects.
This session will provide insight on appropriate assessment requirements, notifications and project planning techniques, to avoid costly project delays and financial impacts from unexpected discoveries, and Saskatchewan OHS “stop work” orders and fines.
Note: The scope of this awareness level session is not sufficient for those who will be removing or remediating asbestos or other designated substances. Refer to our course listings or contact us about training that is required in order to perform asbestos work.
Jason has more than 10 years of consulting experience, including the completion of over 1,200 projects on behalf of Pinchin Ltd. Jason’s project experience has included the performance and management of hazardous materials surveys, asbestos abatement inspection and monitoring projects, mould investigations and Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) assessments. In addition to mould and hazardous materials aspects of a project, Jason has managed all other aspects of construction and demolition projects. Projects have ranged in size from $3,000.00 asbestos abatements to $1,000,000 mould remediation projects. This experience extends to the industrial, commercial and government sectors. Jason performs asbestos abatement and awareness training for a variety of Clients. Jason has experience in performing over 200 environmental site assessments on commercial properties and downstream oil and gas remediation projects.
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