Faces of CASANZ - 29 July, 2020

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The EAQP are pleased to present the second of a series of informal sessions, introducing EAQPs to some of the faces of CASANZ. Presenter: Jeff Bluett - Society Deputy President. Jeff will briefly take you on a journey from chemistry teacher to air quality consultant, present some high lights and low lights of his air quality caree, describe his experiences of being a member of CASANZ and suggest some challenges for EAQPs to consider.
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July 29, 2020 - 1:00 pm

End

July 29, 2020 - 1:30 pm

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Online - 3.00pm NZST - 1.00pm AEST   View map

Emerging Air Quality Professionals (EAQP) presents:

Faces of CASANZ

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The EAQP are pleased to present the second of a series of informal sessions, introducing EAQPs to some of the faces of CASANZ.

Presenter:

Jeff Bluett – Society Deputy President

Overview:

Jeff is a leading air quality professional in New Zealand with more than 23 years’ experience.  Jeff’s air quality career has included working as a regulator (Canterbury Regional Council – 3 years) researcher (NIWA – 12 years) and consultant (Golder and PDP – 8 years).  He is nationally recognised and has more than 100 publications in aspects of transport, industrial and domestic emissions to air.

Jeff’s core expertise includes:

  • Air effects assessment studies
  • Vehicle emissions
  • Dust management and control
  • Air quality monitoring management and interpretation
  • Air quality policy and regulation
  • Expert evidence

Jeff has made a strong contribution to the Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand (CASANZ) including: New Zealand Branch President (2018 to 2019) Society vice President 2019 to present), Society Council Member (2014 to present), NZ branch Secretary (2014-18), and Transport Special Interest Group deputy chair (2009 to 2014).

In his presentation Jeff will:

  • Briefly take you on a journey from chemistry teacher to air quality consultant
  • Present some highlights and lowlights of his air quality career
  • Describe his experiences of being a member of CASANZ
  • Suggest some challenges for EAQPs to consider
  • Ask some curly questions
  • Share some pictures of air pollution taken from his living room window; and
  • Conclude with some (not so) deep philosophical comments about a career in air quality

We hope you can join us for what should prove to be an insightful session, and an easy way to learn more about your fellow CASANZ members!

Please direct any enquiries or suggestions for future events and sessions to Kirsty Tanner via email, and make sure to get involved with the conversation and knowledge sharing on the CASANZ EAQP Linkedin forum.

Recording:  The meeting recording is now available to download.  Purchase the event using the Join this event button and you will receive the link to download via email.

Cost: Free