To maximise the benefits of developments interventions and avoid incurring unforeseen costs requires careful consideration of their social and environmental implications. ESHIA requires multi-disciplinary teams to evaluate environmental, social, and health impacts and risks. The clear expectations on social impact assessment and stakeholder engagement have generated high value cooperation between HES and public affairs specialists. The early identification of potential impacts has greatly improved the quality of project decision-making.

This course on integrated approach to environmental, social, and health impact assessments aims to provide environmental practitioners with evaluation, management and administration of this environmental tool and developing successful environmental policies and strategies. Delegates will be able to provide information for decision-making on the environmental consequences of proposed actions; and also promote environmentally sound and sustainable development through the identification of appropriate enhancement and mitigation measures.

Delegate will also be able to predict what the probable impact of development will be, we seek to understand the past behaviour of individuals and communities affected by agency actions, development, or policy changes. Delegates will have the opportunity to review and evaluate impact assessment projects relating to environmental and social impacts of developments within policy frameworks or within a community setting.

Course Objectives

At the end of this course, delegate will understand the following:
• To understand the role of social impact assessment in the broader context of environmental impact assessment.
• The role and scope of Social Impact Assessment (SIA) in relation to the EIA process
• The types of social impacts that can result from development proposals
• The principles, procedure and methods that are used to assess and mitigate social impacts.
• Ensuring that the views of all stakeholders have been considered
• There has been adequate negotiation about development objectives
• To have some knowledge of the frontier issues or issues that are highly debated within the area of social impact assessment.
• The policy has been redesigned to reduce these consequences and mitigation or compensatory mechanisms developed.

Who Should Attend?

• Environmental Manager,
• Planners, Extension Officers,
• Land Managers,
• Change Agent,
• Environmental Engineer
• Natural Resource Specialist
• Academia
• Health and social sciences professionals,
• Government officials
• Industry health experts


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