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This one and a half hour free webinar will take place from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm ET on March 24, 2021
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ASTM recently released a new âEnvironmental Liabilities Certificateâ course to bring together six areas of standard development work in the last five years. While Federal and State laws continue to evolve, the business of environmental liabilities is also changing: new calculation methods, detailed accounting rules and broader stakeholder expectations are part of the ASTMâs standard setting activity. This course reviews five key ASTM documents covering the valuation, settlement and reporting of all types of environmental liabilities.
The following learning outcomes will be achieved upon completion of this course:
Any scientific, project management, legal or accounting specialist seeking to grow within the strategic framework of a larger organization. This short course will their understanding of the challenges of environmental liabilities and how to address them in the context of a large organization where valuation, auditing and attestation to one or more portfolios of environmental liabilities (asset retirement obligations, environmental obligations, commitments, contingencies and guarantees) is critical work.
John Rosengard is a subject matter expert in environmental liabilities. He started Environmental Risk Communications, Inc. (1994), developer of the Defender software suite used by large corporations and public agencies to value and document their environmental liabilities (see IAS37, ASC 410-30, GASB 49) and asset retirement obligations (ASC 410-20, GASB 83). John developed software and related reports for 10-K disclosure, audit defense, decision support/budgeting, counterparty tracking, loss recovery and improvement of capital stewardship.
His work has covered the financial reporting for over 4,800 liabilities sites worldwide, and detailed decision analysis for over 200 cleanup projects in oil/gas, port operations, chemical manufacturing, pipelines, mining and CERCLA/RCRA closures. From 2015 to present, John has served on the ASTM E50.05 subcommittee and is the technical contact for these standard guides:
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