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CASANZ Training Courses:

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10-12 June, 2015 - Auckland, NZ

Ambient Air Quality Monitoring

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29 June- 1 July, 2015 - Brisbane, QLD
Introductory CALPUFF

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2 July, 2015 - Brisbane, QLD
Advanced CALPUFF

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CASANZ SIG Events:

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ANZAA SIG - 22-24 July, 2015 - Newcastle, NSW
Aerosol Dynamics and the Coal Chain - 3 Day Workshop

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SIG Chair and Deputy-Chairs -  29 May, 2015
Recall for Expression of Interest 2014-16

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CASANZ Branch Events:


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WA Branch - 22 May, 2015 - Joondalup, WA
The Kwinana Children’s Environmental Exposures and Respiratory Health Study

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NZ Branch - 19 May, 2015 - NIWA Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch
New Zealand Branch Meeting and Technical Presentation

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CASANZ Conference Events:  

 

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20 September, 2015 - Pre Conference Workshop

Measurement SIG - Regulatory monitoring of PM2.5:
User experiences and latest technology available

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20 September, 2015 - Pre Conference Workshop

Odour SIG - Odour Assessment

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20 September, 2015 - Pre Conference Workshop

Modelling SIG - Our Environment: A Model of Change

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21 September, 2015 - Networking Session

Transport SIG - Tunnels: managing air quality and emissions

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22 September, 2015 - Networking Session

Measurement SIG - The next Generation of Air Quality Monitoring

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CASANZ Submission
 

Proposed amendment to the Protection of the Environment Operations (Clean Air) Regulation 2010 to enhance the wood heater framework

 

CASANZ is preparing a submission to the NSW EPA’s proposed amendments to the Protection of the Environment Operations (Clean Air) Regulation 2010 to enhance the wood heater framework.  For more information, please click here.

 

 

 
CASANZ Submission
 
Working Towards a National Clean Air Agreement Discussion Paper
 
CASANZ welcomed the opportunity to provide feedback on the Discussion Paper Working Towards a National Clean Air Agreement. The submission included the considered views of the Society, including feedback from members to a short survey on their views on the various issues raised in the Discussion Paper.  To view the Submission, please click here.

Appointment of new General Manager CASANZ

CASANZ is pleased to announce the appointment of our new General Manager – Nick Koerbin.

 

 

Nick is an experienced professional with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the not-for-profit association industry.  Nick has held senior executive and CEO positions for a number of associations including the Total Quality Management Institute, Materials Australia and the Australian Human Resources Institute.

 

Nick has served on numerous boards and committees and has considerable experience in facilitating change, quality management, professional development and improving performance through the introduction of standard operating procedures, policies and initiatives to drive and grow the relevant association.

 

Nick has a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology), Graduate Diploma in Management (Melbourne University) and is a Fellow of the Quality Society of Australasia.

His focus for the next 6 months will be to get to know CASANZ, our office bearers, our members and our industry.  He will continue to work on the deliverables agreed to at the 2014 Council meeting and via the Operations Review outcomes.  This includes establishing strong governance and financial management principals, standard operating procedures, enhancing CASANZ’s training and event offerings and membership benefits.  

 

The next phase of the General Manager role will involve developing a strategic plan to grow the Society, enhance its outreach to the public and corporate community and establish relationships with other like-minded associations, both national and international. 

 

Nick will be travelling around the Branches over the coming weeks, attending the Annual General Meetings when possible, allowing members the opportunity to meet Nick face to face.

 

This is an exciting time for the Society.  Please join me in welcoming Nick on board.

 

A/Prof Howard Bridgman

President

 

(NB. The General Manger title is a replacement for what was formerly known as the Executive Director, and was chosen to better reflect the redefined role.)

 
 











 

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