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Course description

Beth Power from Azimuth Consulting Group Partnership presents: Ecological Risk Assessment Case Study - Evaluating the groundwater pathway to marine environment without putting a toe in the water.

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Beth Power

Beth Power

MSc, RPBio, Approved Professional (Risk)

Beth Power, a Partner in Azimuth, has been an environmental  consultant for over 27 years – her practice falls into three main areas:  ecological risk assessment, contaminated sediments and science  policy/risk communication. Beth tends to work at the interface between  owners, developers, the regulatory community, engineers, lawyers and  other professions. She is trained in design and facilitation of group  processes (e.g., meetings, workshops). Beth has developed and applied  ecological risk assessment frameworks in a variety of settings, such as  watersheds, mines, oil and gas, ports and harbours, brownfields, and for  risk ranking. Beth thrives on supporting clients to address complex,  multi-party problems.

Beth is appointed to the “Roster of Approved Professionals” (Contaminated Sites Approved Professional, as a Risk-based Standards Approved Professional).  She is currently on the CSAP Board of Directors and Chair of the  Technical Review Committee. Beth has led risk assessment work that has  resulted in a number of Certificates of Compliance under BC’s  Contaminated Sites Regulation, as well as making successful submissions  as an Approved Professional. She is a member of the Science Advisory Board for Contaminated Sites in BC

A highlight of Beth’s career is being a guest at a mine closure  ceremony and Potlatch that honoured completion of remediation for an  abandoned mine on First Nations traditional lands.

Course Contents

1 Video

1 Disqus

0.5 hrs

Course Curriculum

Ecological Risk Assessment Case Study
34:38