Solving environmental challenges in International Project Financing
With a focus on WB/IFC standards for environmental, Occupational Health & Safety principles & social impacts
Fees and Discounts:
Standard price: USD1800 Contacts us for discounts!
Suntec City Tower 2, Singapore
This intensive 3-day course, from 26 - 28 June 2019 will be conducted in Singapore by two trainers. The course is designed for mid-to-senior-level engineers and environmental or social experts from the private or public sectors. You could also be involved in Project International Financing, as designer or developer, managers in financing institutions or interested to work as auditors of projects.
The course will be beneficial to anyone wanting to deepen their understanding of the WB/IFC Standards and modalities of application in the real world, taking into consideration most common difficulties that may be encountered during all the project phases: before the closing of the agreement with banks, construction and operation.
Besides a general overview of the standards, the course will specifically address topics related to the air emissions and air quality. With examples on how more common problems have been actually fixed in several types of facilities and projects, spanning from the power generation to the chemical or petrochemical sector, cement industry and construction sites.
Anthesis Group, Italy
Inter-American Development Bank, USA
Overview of the process for the closing of agreements for Project International Financing with a focus on environmental, Occupational Health & Safety and Social topics
Environmental and social criteria included in the International standards for Project design (e.g. Projects siting, concept and process design, and others) Reasonable methodologies for baseline air quality monitoring (in terms of time and costs) when historic data are not available
Introduction to the European Best Available Techniques (BAT) BAT Associate Emission Levels
Air emissions and air quality monitoring during the construction and operation of new facilities taking into consideration monitoring costs, representativeness and reliability of collected data and regulatory and industrial background of the country of operation.
Management of potential conflicts between local regulation requirements and international standards