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Environmental Impact Assessment

Environmental Impact Assessment

Hotel Golden Flower Bandung

environmental impact assessment
5 – 7 November 2014
3 – 5 Desember 2014
pukul 08.00-16.00 WIB


The increasing of development process especially in industrial sectors cause increasingly negative impact to environmental system. Comprehensive environmental controlling system is absolutely needed to keep environment remaining to be able to sustain the lives in line with environmental based development principles.
The good comprehension and understanding on industrial activities that cause pollution effect and treatment or handling that mus be taken are absolutely needed in other to industrial operational always in line with environmental regulation and laws so that sustainable development can be achieved in reality.

Course Content

  1. Environmental Regulations in Indonesia
  2. Environmental Suistainable Development Policy
  3. Process and Beneficial of AMDAL
  4. AMDAL Implementation Procedures in operations
  5. Method of Identification, Forecast & Impact Evaluation
  6. Project Description (collect the data, etc)
  7. Scooping
  8. Setting up & Managing AMDAL Team
  9. Contract Agreement and TOR (Term of Reference)
  10. Writing the document
  11. Decision Making
  12. The document of KA (Kerangka Acuan, Term of Reference), Andal (Analisa Dampak Lingkungan, The Environmental Impact Analysis),
  13. RKL (Rencana Pengelolaan Lingkungan, The Environmental Management Plan), RPL (Rencana Pemantauan Lingkungan, The
  14. Environmental Monitoring Plan)
  15. Environmental Risk Analysis
  16. AMDAL document and UKL UPL
  17. The Environmental Monitoring ProgramInstructor

Surahma Asti Mulasari, S.Si., M.Kes & team


Presentation, Discussion, Case Study, Evaluation


  • Certificate,
  • Training Module (Hard and Soft copy (USB Flash Disk),
  • Stationeries: NoteBook and Ballpoint,
  • Souvenir (Jacket or waistcoat or T-Shirt), Bag or backpackers, Training Photo, Training room with full AC facilities and


Training participants were academics, practitioners, environmental professionals, and those interested in developing AMDAL Affair / complaince Manager.



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