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If you are an adjuster, broker, underwriter who deals with environmental accounts, plan to attend
this introductory seminar. Insurance professionals in all sectors of the industry
will learn about different aspects to consider with environmental account.
Commercial Freight Vehicles in Canada have increased by
almost 300% in the last 20 years and with it, the increase in enviromental
regulations, enforecement and litigation. With new enviromental
issues continually arising, who is protecting the insureds, the insurers
and the third parties?
Seminar Outline and Features:
- Who is responsible to clean up a spill
- Cost Control
- How clean is clean
Case Studies and Examples
Presenter: Mark E.
Samis, M.Sc., M.B.A., P.Geo.
Mark has been
involved in a large range of projects and roles in the environmental industry
over his career which began in 1984. In addition to operations
management and business development, his experience includes the senior techical
and/or project management roles on numerous projects in Canada and the U.S.
ranging in scope up to $10 million. His technical experience includes spill
response, Phase 1, 2 and 3 environmental site assessments, site remediation
planning and design, waste management/landfill investigations and design,
landfill site selection, landfill gas studies, water supply investigations, peer
review and subrogation support.
roles have included project management of major environmental projects, some involving multiple techinical disciplines, vice
president of operations which included the business development and growth of an
environmental consultancy to more that $26 million in annual revenues and 40 staff,
Business Line Lead for a new emergency response offering in Canada and most recently
as Vice President of the environmental business line for Pario Engineering & Environmental
Registration: 8:30 a.m.
Presentation: 8:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. MST
Location: Insurance Institute
833 - 4 Avenue
CE Credits: AIC Course ID # 48344, 3 CE Hours
General & Adjuster
our afternoon session for the "Advanced"
seminar of Environmental Spills and lunch is on us!
Seminar registration deadline April 18,
Sorry no refunds for cancellations -
substitutions permitted as long as the substitute is registered with IISA.
***Late arrival or early departure results in no CE hours issued as per Alberta
Insurance Council regulations.