How We Can Serve You
Zhashagi can offer a range of support and training services.
PROGRAMS & MENTORSHIP
Zhashagi's Environmental Training Programs have been designed to address environmental training needs for Indigenous Community Members, and are based on the ECO Canada BEAHR Program, and complimented by our experiences related to industrial operations in Canada.
We have experienced trainers who are familiar with monitoring industrial activities, required by regulations. We operate out of Northern Ontario, and send trainers across Canada to offer our training programs and share our experience.
Looking to attend a training event? We now offer ON DEMAND training across Canada.
Simply submit your request below, and we will contact you with updates on upcoming course offerings.
Third Party Reviews
INDEPENDENT DOCUMENT REVIEW WITH COMMUNITY CONCERNS IN MIND
Improving communication and project understanding can help bring clarity between communities and industry. We can analyze and summarize scientific documents, to be understood by a wider audience.
Experts will review technical documents with a focus on areas of community concern, including potential impacts to water, fisheries, hunting, and community wellness and TEK.
Environmental protection is a significant concern for communities approached by resource development projects.
Our aim is to empower communities by preparing them with the knowledge of Provincial and Federal regulatory regimes, an overview of their structure, and which agencies are responsible for issues related to water, land, and air.
Industry Awareness Workshop
UNDERSTANDING RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS AND THEIR IMPACTS TO THE ENVIRONMENT
Our Resource Industry Environmental Awareness training course is broken down into six workshops. The topics covered are as follows:
- Ontario's Regulatory Framework
- Environmental Permitting Process
- Regulatory Compliance Issues
- Water Issues
- Air and Land Issues
- Bridging the gap between TEK and Western Science
A trained Environmental Monitor is responsible for studying the natural world, to make sure that human activities do not harm the environment. If the activities do alter the natural environment, these changes can be found by monitoring water, air, land and plants collected by a properly trained environmental professional.
We can provide guidance and training towards helping you to:
- Choose locations for effective sampling
- Identify what to sample based on activities/areas of concern.
- Conduct monitoring properly
- Interpret and communicate results