ACLCA-WA Novice Professional Group13 February 2015 WA
The Australian Contaminated Land Consultants Association Western Australian branch is setting up a ACLCA-WA Novice Professional Group
One of the main aims of the new President, Bryan Ferguson, was to form a Young Professional, or more accurately, a Novice Professional Group (NPG) for Consultants with up to five years’ experience in the Contaminated Sites Industry in Western Australia.
Young professionals from member companies have been selected by senior personnel to form a management committee behind the group.
The Group will be Chaired by Carrie ‘Cazz’ Gorman of JBS&G. Cazz is an environmental consultant with four and a half years’ experience in contaminated sites management consulting and has been involved in various projects in both Victoria and Western Australia. Her daily role comprises project management, support and guidance of junior team members, authoring and review of environmental assessment reports and proposals, undertaking preliminary site investigations, detailed site investigations, field work, data collection and interpretation, and reporting, site investigation planning and subcontractor management, and health and safety risk assessment and compliance.
Cazz has also been involved closely with the ACLCA Executive Committee over the last few years and helped out with organising the first ever Paul Turner Award Fundraiser in 2014.
A Deputy Chair is sought to help Cazz organise one or two social events and one breakfast briefing per month on the second Friday of the month following the ACLCA monthly presentation (which occurs on the second Wednesday of every month).
The first breakfast briefing get together will be held this Friday 13 February @ 8am at Café Crema in West Perth (1204 Hay Street, West Perth WA 6005).
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ACLCA is supported by volunteers from member companies willing to dedicate time and effort to pursue initiatives to benefit our industry. These Focus Areas are likely to vary across State branches and driven by market conditions and key industry issues.