GPro Talks - Risk Assessment for Spill Response - Evaluation of Potential Risks to Herring Following a Marine Oil Spill

Webinar Wednesdays | taught by Lindsay Du Gas

Course description

A case study on Risk Assessment for Spill Response presented at our 2018 event  'Risk Solutions for Contaminated Sites - An Exposition of Case Studies'.

Lindsay Du Gas
Lindsay Du Gas
M.E.T., R.P.Bio.

Ms. Lindsay Du Gas is a Risk Assessor / Toxicologist with nearly seven years of toxicological experience, currently specializing in human health and ecological risk assessment at SNC-Lavalin. Her background in aquatic toxicology and marine biology provides a strong foundation for the effective interpretation of levels of contaminants in environmental media, evaluation of routes of exposure to humans and biota, and assessment of the potential for toxicological effects. Ms. Du Gas joined SNC-Lavalin in November of 2014 and has been conducting human health and ecological risk assessments for both provincially (British Columbia and Saskatchewan) and federally regulated contaminated sites and spill response programs. Ms. Du Gas is a graduate of the Masters of Environmental Toxicology (MET) program at Simon Fraser University, a Registered Professional Biologist (R.P.Bio) with the College of Applied Biology in British Columbia, and has been designated a Qualified Person (QP) with respect to the Corrective Action Plan Chapter of the Saskatchewan Environmental Code.

Course Curriculum

Risk Assessment for Spill Response - Evaluation of Potential Risks to Herring Following a Marine Oil Spill
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