You can be an environmental professional - and get paid for it!

Duration 60 Mins
Level Basic
Webinar ID IQW15C6545

  • Environmental Engineering
  • Environmental Consulting
  • Civil Engineering
  • Degrees in Environmental Disciplines
  • Sample Collection
  • Chemistry
  • How to Request a Mentor
  • Recycling and Reuse
  • Environmental Managers
  • Being a regulator
  • Air Pollution
  • Contaminated Soil
  • Contaminated Water

Overview of the webinar

We all want to have a career that we enjoy and will be successful at. This webinar will help you decide if an environmental career will benefit you. We will discuss the different careers in the environmental fields and the needed education, credentials and experience needed to work in that career. We will discuss careers in the field and careers in an office environment

Who should attend?

  • Owners
  • Managers
  • Engineers
  • Environmental Compliance
  • Safety Managers
  • Trainers
  • Laboratory Personnel
  • Technicians
  • Regulator

Why should you attend?

Everyone wants to have a business or job that they enjoy and will be successful at. This webinar will help you determine if an environmental career is right for you.

Faculty - Mr. Keith Warwick, P.E.

The work that Keith performed was in the Environment, Safety and Health (ES&H) arena. He was responsible to conduct walk-throughs with regulators, apply for permits, conduct safety and environmental reviews and evaluate the effectiveness of safety programs. He was a Trained Observer in this position. He performed hundreds of walk-throughs during which time I observed OSHA compliance, environmental compliance, industrial operations, construction safety, walkway safety, fire safety, ladder/scaffold safety and facility maintenance. Prior to working for the Federal Government he was an engineer in the private and municipal sectors including Bechtel National Inc. where he performed environmental engineering, civil engineering design, and land surveying. The work that he performed was in the Environment, Safety and Health (ES&H) arena. He was responsible to conduct walk-throughs with regulators, apply for permits, conduct safety and environmental reviews and evaluate the effectiveness of safety programs. He was a Trained Observer in this position.  He performed hundreds of walk-throughs during which time he observed OSHA compliance, environmental compliance, industrial operations, construction safety, walkway safety, fire safety, ladder/scaffold safety and facility maintenance. Prior to working for the Federal Government he was an engineer in the private and municipal sectors including Bechtel National Inc. where he performed environmental engineering, civil engineering design, and land surveying.

 

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