Date: ON REQUEST
Environmental Pollution or degradation is the unfavourable alteration of our surroundings through direct or indirect effects of changes in energy patterns, radiation levels, chemical and physical constitution and abundance of organisms. These changes may affect humans directly or indirectly through their supplies of water and agriculture and other biological products, their physical objects or possessions, or their opportunities for recreation and appreciation of nature (PACEP, 1965), hence the need for sustainable management. The Professional Diploma in Environmental Management is aimed at helping companies and individuals save time and money by teaching practicable, cost effective methods that are promptly ‘implementable’. Written Examination and a Work based assignment are part of this program. Contact the Registrar OGBS for details.
*To explain Environmental Awareness, Compliance, Management Principles & Applications
*To equip participants with Environmental Management Tools
*To explain the Fundamental relationships between human activities and the Environment
*To help Companies identify the interaction between their operations with the Environment
*And enable them institute /improve on their Environmental Management Programs.
Module One – 2 days: Environmental Management Systems: covers Environmental Awareness and Laws and Regulations, Environmental Management Techniques: Terminology, Principles and Application & Regulations, Environmental Policy, Planning, Objectives, Programs, Aspects, Impacts, Implementation, Checking & Correction, Environmental Science and Technology, Ecosystem Interaction, Natural Resources Management, Introductory Environmental Management Tools. Environmental Management System Installation and International Certification.
Module Two – 1 day: Waste Management covers Waste Generation, US EPA Waste Management Priority Heirachy, Solid Waste Management, Biological Treatment and Waste Stabilization Ponds, Sludge Treatment and Vacuum Filtration, Objectives and Scope of Waste Management, Composition, Inventorisation and Characterisation of the Waste Streams, Waste Minimisation, Recycling, Resale, Reuse, Disposal and Monitoring, Consignment Notes, Recording and Transportation, Oil Storage Tank Bottom Sludge Treatment, Drill Cuttings, Dewatering, Solids Control and Shakers, Waste to wealth: Biofuel, Biodiesel and Biogas production from wastes, Bioleaching of low grade metal ores.
Module Three – 1 day: Oil Spill Response, Remediation & Compensation: OGBS Trainers designed who designed this course were engaged by SPDC in 1993 to review the Oil Industry Oil Spill Response Procedure, evaluate its adequacy and various Remediation options, and ‘field-test’ the most suitable Remediation Method, for its application in the niger delta as means of upgrading current Spill Response procedure. Since then, we designed/ delivered Oil Spill Response Professional Levels I, II and III, based on practical field Research. It covers Oil Spill Response, Remediation Technologies and Compensation, Corrective-based Risk Assessment.
Module Four-2 days: Environmental Impact Assessment: EIA refers to the Assessment of Impacts and their Mitigation, of development projects on the ecological, physical, chemical, health, social and economic environments. It was made mandatory by a number of legislations including the Petroleum Acts 1969 and EIA Act/decree No 86 of 1992. Key areas covered include: Description of the Project and Baseline Conditions, Identification and Evaluation of Key Impacts, Prediction of Impact Magnitude, Assessment of Impact Significance/Risk Assessment, Alternatives/Mitigation, Commitment to Mitigation and Consultation, EMP, EIS, Monitoring, Public Display, Panel Review Draft/Final Report. Post Impact Assessment, Environmental Evaluation Report, Environmental Audit Report, Environmental Sensitivity Index Mapping, Effluent and Emission Monitoring, and Remediation, Potential Polluted Area Survey, Seabed Survey, Pre-acquisition/ Due Diligence Audit, HSE-MS Audit, Contingency Planning etc.
PIA, ESI, EER, PPA, Toxicity testing etc.
-Principles of Waste Management
-Strict Liability and Product Stewardship
-Consignment Note Tracking
Drilling Waste Management:
-Drilling Muds and Cement discharges
-Mechanical Dewatering of Oil and Water based Muds
-Incineration and Centrifuges
-Urban and Sanitary Waste
-Waste to Wealth and Biogas/Biofuel generation
-Landfilling and Secondary Wastes
Course Fee: One hundred thousand [N100, 000.00] naira per delegate.
Faculty: Mr M.I. Ofili (MNISP, MNES, Oil Spill Trainer and Remediation Study Project Manager) and Mr Anthony Aligwe, IRCA-Certified EMS Auditor .