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Risks and Issues Associated with Cannabis Production

Course Type: Complimentary Session
Course Length: 2 hrs

Seminar Overview

The production of Cannabis and Cannabis products is regulated under Health Canada. However, when it comes to environmental compliance there are other federal, provincial and municipal regulations that apply. Through effective planning and management, environmental compliance can be achieved and health & safety risks associated with the Cannabis Industry can be mitigated. 

Highly experienced in the Cannabis industry, Pinchin understands the challenges facing these highly humid, odorous indoor growing environments and their associated processing plants. Come hear how to manage moisture damage to buildings, gain regulatory compliance, keep workers safe and manage nuisance complaints associated with odour.


Who Should Attend?

  • Industrial Facility Managers
  • Property Managers
  • Asset Managers
  • Building Owners
  • Building Operators
  • Lawyers
  • Real Estate professionals
  • Financial Institutions
  • Developers
  • Contractors
  • Insurance professionals
  • Cannabis Industry Professionals

Instructor Bios


Kris Mask, B.Sc., EP, TSRP. 
Regional Practice Lead – Emissions Reduction & Compliance

Kris Mask is a Regional Practice Lead with the Emissions Reduction & Compliance group at Pinchin Ltd. Kris has over 15 years of experience in environmental compliance including audits, approvals, emissions summary and dispersion modeling reports, acoustic assessments, toxic substance reduction plans, and project management. He is experienced in conducting Site audits for air and noise emission sources and providing air emissions estimate in support of regulatory approvals. He is also experienced in air and noise sampling techniques for both occupational and environmental quality. Additionally he very experienced project management of multidiscipline projects. Kris is a Licensed Toxic Substance Reduction Planner and has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Guelph.

Tina Manning, CRSP, PMP, LEED AP. 
Operations Manager, Property Assessment & Remediation

Tina Manning is an Operations Manager with the Property Assessment & Remediation group at Pinchin Ltd. Tina has been with Pinchin Ltd. since 1994, first starting as a junior inspector and then gaining experience as a project technologist, project manager and now as an operations manager. She holds an Environmental Technology Diploma and specialized training in Industrial Hygiene.

Tina provides specialized asbestos, mould, indoor air quality, radon, and health & safety consulting services to healthcare providers, large industrial and commercial clients as well as property management companies, insurance companies and restoration and abatement contractors. Tina provides specialized awareness and worker training to various sectors; including training in infectious control procedures, asbestos, mould, indoor air quality, designated substances, radon, etc.


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