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T.A.L.K SAFETY

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T.A.L.K. Safety Initiative

CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA) has a formal Health, Safety, Security and Environment Management System and numerous safety initiatives and is known for their progressive safety culture that is highly regarded in the marine environmental consulting industry. This proactive approach is woven through every activity and service and it is hard work. Eirik Kydland, the Health, Safety, Security and Environment Director at CSA, discusses the origins of T.A.L.K., CSA’s most recent safety initiative.

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CSA at 33rd Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School

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CSA at 33rd Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School

Environmental Permitting Summer School has been held consecutively for the past 32 years by the Florida Environmental Network, Inc. (FENI). This year, the 33rd annual conference will be held July 16-19 in Marco Island, Florida. The Summer School is a popular seminar, attended by more than 850 attorneys, consultants, engineers, state and local government officials, developers, landowners, and other individuals with an interest in environmental issues facing Florida. The Florida Environmental Permitting School provides continuing education credits for environmental professionals.

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CSA Exhibits at the 2019 Western Dredging Association Summit

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CSA Exhibits at the 2019 Western Dredging Association Summit

Bo Douglas, Project Scientist for CSA Ocean Sciences Inc., and Robert Mulcahy, Chief Operating Officer for CSA Ocean Sciences Inc., exhibited at the 2019 Western Dredging Association (WEDA) Summit held from 4 June to 8 June at the Hilton Chicago in downtown Chicago, Illinois.

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CSA Performs Aquatic Vegetation Surveys in Outer Banks, NC

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CSA Scientists at the Outer Banks, NC

CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA) recently completed two Submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) monitoring projects in the Outer Banks for the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT). In late May, marine biologists Erin Hodel and Jeffrey Pennell of the Ports and Coasts division at CSA performed the Year 3 annual monitoring survey of a seagrass mitigation site associated with the construction of the new Herbert C. Bonner Bridge in Pamlico Sound.

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