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This full-length (one hour) session is on Environmental Hazard Analysis (EHA), which is Task 210 in Mil-Std-882E. We explore the aim, task description, and contracting requirements of this Task, but this is only half the video. We then look at environmental requirements in the USA, UK, and Australia, before examining how to apply EHA in detail under the Australian/international regime. This uses my practical experience of applying EHA.
So, Environmental has analysis – it’s a big topic because we’re going to cover everything, not just hazards. And at the end of this session, you should be able to enjoy three benefits. First of all, you should know how to approach Environmental Hazards Analysis both from the point of view of the requirements, the Hazard Analysis itself (the process), and some national and international variations in the English-speaking world. So, you should know how to do the basics and also recognize when maybe you need to bring in a specialist. But maybe most important of all, number three is you should have the confidence to be able to get started. So I’m hoping that this session is really going to help you get started, know what you can do, and then maybe recognize when you need to bring in some specialist help or go and seek some further information.
Topics for this Session
And you’ll see why it’s going to be quite a lengthy session. I think it will last an hour because we’re going to go through the Purpose and Task Description of Environmental Hazard Analysis as set out in the Mil. Standard. And it says seven-plus slides because there are seven mainstream slides plus some illustrations in there as well. Then we’ve got a couple of slides each on Documentation, Hazardous Materials or HAZMAT, and Contracting. And then eight slides of Commentary and this is the major value add because I’ll be talking about applying Environmental Hazard Analysis in a US, UK, and Australian jurisdiction under the different laws, which I have some experience of.
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