Tom Jeffery

B.Sc. (QEP)


Intermediate Consultant

Experience: 6 years

SEC - 2017 to Present

Previously with Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Diavik Diamond Mine, Dominion Diamond Ekati Corporation

Professional Designations:

AScT, ASTTBC (2018)


M.Sc. Candidate, Biology, University of Waterloo (2016 to Present)

B.Sc. Environmental Science, Royal Roads -  (2012)

Diploma, Integrated Enviro. Planning, Selkirk College (2010)

Additional Training:

- Fluent in French and English


- Electrofishing Crew Supervisor, NRTG

- Fishes of British Columbia Identification, Columbia Mountains Institute (2018)

- H2S Alive certificate 

- Familiar with SAP, ArcGIS, MP5, EQwin


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Revelstoke, Spill Response,  Environmental Monitoring, Erosion and Sediment control, Electrofishing, Project management, Civil maintenance, Road construction, Pre construction and post-construction monitoring, Environmental Protection Plans (EPPs) and Environmental Management Plans (EMPs), Compliance testing for land, air and water systems, Water quality monitoring, Wildlife presence absence and monitoring studies, Species at risk (SAR) protection plans,  Terrestrial and aquatic inventories, Bird presence/absence surveys, nest and bird inventories, nest sweeps, Land impact mitigation and compensation plans, Habitat compensation design, Fish Identification, Wetland Habitat, Creation of wildlife harm reduction programs, Invasive species identification and removal, Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) and Environmental Overview Assessments (EOA),  Environmental Permitting Applications - regulatory submissions and process management, Environmental Avoidance, Prevention and Impact Mitigation Strategies, Riparian Areas Regulation (RAR) Assessments, Phase 1 Preliminary Site Investigations, Technical correspondence, Professional presentations, Public presentations, River surveying with SEC cataraft, Fish population and fish habitat inventories, Aquatic salvages, Taxonomic ID of fish and benthic invertebrates, Design and construction of fish habitat, Statistical analysis, , Training for spill response and hazardous waste management, Impact assessment for spill response, Environmental impact evaluation, Environmental emergency spill response, Emergency spill response coordination, Oil spill sensitivity mapping, Clean-up, remediation, and revegetation of spills and contaminants, Detailed Site Assessments (DSA) for reclamation certificates,  Water, land and soil sampling, Asbestos bulk sampling (building materials)​, Lead in paint and water sampling, Lead Content Water Management, Abatement Risk Assessment



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