AMDAL (Environmental and Social Impact Assessment) for Executive
Santika Hotel, Bali | February 15-18, 2010 | Rp. 7.250.000,-
There are three types of AMDAL training normally conducted by PPLH: 1). AMDAL type A – Covers basic AMDAL knowledge 2). AMDAL type B – dedicated for officers who actually prepare AMDAL documentation & perform AMDAL study; and 3). AMDAL type C – dedicated for officers of companies who receive and evaluate AMDAL report and at the end provide inputs and guideline for the company.
Nowadays, people awareness about clean environmental and social right is improving. The terminology of “people” ranges from NGO/LSM, surrounding community, and may be government institution. Many environmental damages occurred and exposed to the mass media. This is not good for anyone. Surrounding people will scarify their life, the company will scarify their reputation & exposed to Legal case. Therefore company officer must be very serious with environment nowadays.
This training will summarize AMDAL training type A, B, C, which is dedicated for company officers who is accountable to evaluate and implement AMDAL recommendation. It is extremely important for the officers to fully understand about AMDAL report and recommendations in order to provide correct guidance for the company to avoid further losses due to environmental and social crisis. This is also important to maintain company good image to be a world-class company.
After attending this training, the participants are expected to be able to:
- To provide line supervisor on environmental awareness and understanding on systematic methods of AMDAL preparation and evaluation in Industry
- To familiarize understanding of the sustainable development, environmental legislations in industry, and various working practices as far as industrial is concerned.
On the completion of the course the participants will understand how to prepare, evaluate and develop and comprehensive working, procedures and practices within their working areas of responsibilities, and identify “eco” site problem during program implementation and provide practical solution. Current situation all industries need to prepare seriously on developing knowledge for their employees due to environmental damage cases everywhere.
- Government Regulations on Health, Safety & Environmental
- Environmental Economic in Industry
- Process and beneficial of AMDAL
- Method of identification, judgment and impact evaluation
- Physical, chemical, biology, social, economic, culture, public health
- CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) or Community Development
- Case study AMDAL failure
- TOR (Term Of Reference)
- ISO 14001 EMS
- RKL and RPL
- UKL AND UPL
- Environmental Audit
- Case Study, Discussion and film show
- Pre-test & Post-test (Evaluation)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Manager, Superintendent and Supervisor of Operational functions, Health, Safety & Environmental Senior Staff who is accountable to handle AMDAL report evaluation and provide guidance for the companies related to environmental and social risks exposure.
Ir. Wahyu Priatna Affandi, M.Si. Is an independent consultant for oil and gas company in Indonesia. His career was begun at VICO Indonesia a major oil and gas producer formerly named Huffco in East Kalimantan from 1982 till 2000. During his career at VICO he exposed to various jobs and responsibilities such as Reservoir Engineering, Production Operation, Crude Oil Lifting Coordination, and HSE (Health, Safety & Environment) matters. One of his remarkable achievements was successfully setting up and implementing EMS ISO 14001 at VICO Indonesia.
To enhance his knowledge and expertise, he got many courses participation both in-country or overseas for production operation and especially in environment engineering i.e: Advance EMS and Auditor ISO 14000, Marine Pollution Control and Exercise, Oil Spill Handling, AMDAL Type A & B, Modern Safety Management System, etc.
He is also active as speaker at national and in international environment forums, gives and training to several oil & gas, and petrochemical industry.
He graduated from Petroleum Engineering ITB in 1982. As well as holding Master Degree in Environment Management from Padjajaran University and Twente Enschede of Netherlands, he is also having an international certification as EMS and ISO 14000 Auditor, EARA Course No: 00300, ANSI-RAB No: EMS 608. Certificate. No. UK/170100/013.
February 15-18, 2010
Santika Hotel, Bali
Rp. 7.250.000,- per participant, excluding accomodation & tax.