EIA and Permitting Training Courses

Essential Environmental Impact Assessment and Permitting can be described as a standard method to identify, predict, evaluate and mitigate the biophysical, social, and other inappropriate effects of development proposals. The EIA studies are made before crucial decisions and commitments are made. In short, EIA is a method of assessing the environmental impacts of a proposed project or development. It ensures that the environmental implications of decisions on development proposals are taken into account before the decisions are made with some prior consideration. Some of these consideration are:

  • Environmental impacts are identified, recorded & assessed by Essential Environmental Impact Assessment and Permitting. Environmental impacts and risks are managed during the project cycle.
  • On-site and off-site emergency plans are prepared for any environmental emergency situation at a facility/project.
  • To safeguard life, environment & business.
  • Prevention plan for environmental protection in line with regulatory requirements.
  • Suitable measures have been identified and the critical activities are in place.