Author: Bill Johnson

SEEC is continuing to provide all services to our clients during the current COVID-19 pandemic. We are following the advice of health authorities and working to meet our client's expectations with minimum disruption. Please contact reception on (02) 4862 1633 or (07) 3203 8726 for any enquiries as we are not recommending visiting our offices in Bowral or Brisbane at this time.   We wish you all the very best in these challenging times....

In light of the recent changes to our respective work lives, many people may need to work in isolation making social interaction and traditional face to face training difficult. SEEC are now delivering live online and interactive training.               We believe that these highly interactive training sessions are an opportunity to train staff in a way that suits your business during these challenging times. We can deliver our fully interactive two-hour/ half day refresher courses or the full day IECA-approved Fundamentals of Erosion and Sediment Control course as required. The courses are LIVE allowing interaction from all participants in real time. We can even include "group sessions" in breakout rooms to get everyone involved. Our approach to the courses is flexible so they work in this heavily constrained environment to keep your staff working. Undertaking training from a remote location at present allows them to still achieve their development needs without needing to travel or congregate in any sized group. They can even do it from home! We can run courses specifically for your organisation or you can join one of our public courses. If you feel that this is of interest, please get in touch with us to discuss your specific needs using the contact details below. Questions on the course content Kel Sanson - 0424 959 372 Andrew Macleod - 0414 993 969   Bookings and details of next public courses SEEC Reception - (02) 4862 1633     We wish you all the very best in these challenging times.  ...

SEEC are running two training courses in Queensland in February - Fundamentals of ESC and ESC for Regulators. The courses are based on industry best practice standards, participants will be involved in theory and practical training encompassing real life case studies. Attendees will view live demonstrations of a variety of erosion and sediment control measures suited to varying environments and weather conditions. Price includes full catering and all participants will receive a personalised certificate upon completion. To register online, visit our website or email enquiries@vitalenvironment.com.au for further details.   We hope to see you there. ...

Keen to discover the difference between erosion and sediment control? Or the reasons why we love groundcover? SEEC are running a 4 day training course on erosion and sediment control from the 9th to the 12th of September in Brisbane. The training includes: Workshop 1: Fundamentals of Erosion and Sediment Control Workshop 2: How to Use the IECA Guidelines Workshop 3: Water Management on Construction Sites Workshop 4: Preparing and Reviewing Erosion and Sediment Control Plans More details are available from the following website. http://www.environmentaltraining.com.au/SiteFiles/whiteheadenvironmentaltrainingcomau/2367_ESC_QLD_Brochure.pdf Hope to see you there!...

SEEC have been commissioned by Hynash Constructions to undertake the full civil design for a 250-lot subdivision in Kelso, near Bathurst. SEEC will be designing the roads and stormwater drainage plus associated Soil and Water Management Plans....

SEEC are appointed by CPB Contractors to be the Independent Auditor for erosion and sediment control on the Mackay Ring Road Project. Stage 1 of the project is an 11.3 km ring road route which will connect the Bruce Highway at Stockroute Road in the south through to Bald Hill Road in the north. SEEC undertake regular site inspections and prepare audit reports for submission to the authorities....

SEEC continue to represent RMS as their Soil Conservationists on the Pacific Complete Project - 150km of new dual carriageway from south of Grafton to Ballina. There are several contractors on the site, which is divided into a number of sections. SEEC’s role is to ensure the Contractors’ Erosion and Sediment Control Plans are adequately designed and implemented....