ERIS’ RISK-E BUSINESS Podcast will delve into a variety of current ‘hot’ topics and issues related to environmental risk and property due diligence. The podcast can be consumed easily and anywhere in episodes of less than 30 minutes in length – perfect for ERIS’ busy industry client professionals.
Episode 5 – How the Changing Lender Landscape is Impacting Environmental Due Diligence
Guest Derek Ezovski explains how the lender landscape is impacting environmental due diligence practices. Derek and Jeff also give insight into SBA standard operating policies, the RSRA (Records Search Risk Assessment) and ASTM standards within the due diligence framework.
Episode 4 – Six Rules for Great Technical Report Writing; June 2019
Want to make better technical reports (with less effort)? Kelly Stratton knows how. After years of report writing as an environmental professional Kelly launched technical report writing platform Quire specifically to help clients produce better reports more easily. Kelly outlines six ways you can improve your reports in a conversation that will be help anyone who writes technical reports as part of their responsibilities.
Episode 3 – Best Practices (and worst!) For Phase I Research Reports in Canada; May 2019
Not all Phase I reports are created equal. And some are downright dangerous. Phase Is are a common and necessary first-step in many environmental professionals’ due diligence workflow. In this discussion, Brayden Ford and his expert guest, Bill Leedham, give you clear best practice advice for Phase I research reports. They cover not only best practices but some common (and costly) mistakes, lurking dangers, and the limitations placed on the fulfillment of this important first step.
Episode 2 – An Update on the ASTM Revision Process with Julie Kilgore, Part 2; January 2019
Guest Julie Kilgore dives deeper with us into potential ASTM revisions. Find out what big changes for users and property due diligence professionals could be underway.
Episode 1 – An Update on the ASTM Revision Process with Julie Kilgore, Part 1; January 2019
Guest Julie Kilgore outlines potential ASTM revisions and explains why they could mean big changes for users and environmental professionals.