This seminar is designed for those who wish to gain a better understanding of the public sector organization's responsibility and reporting for possible contaminated site liabilities.
Participants will learn the overall requirements of the new standard, establish whether or not a liability may exist for their organization, the needs of the public sector from the environmental engineering community and some practical solutions from projects being contemplated across the public sector in BC.
There will be opportunity for group discussion and sharing of experiences across the following areas:
Proposed reporting rules regarding contaminated sites
Scope of the new reporting standard
Establishing an inventory of possible contaminated sites
How to establish if a liability exists
How to place a value on the liability
How PSAB fits into the big picture
The course content, and power point presentation and guidance documents, will be provided.
Peter Greenwood - KPMG
Peter is a partner with KPMG’s Accounting Advisory group. He specializes in complex issue resolution, GAAP conversion change and change management initiatives.
He leads KPMG teams reporting in the public sector and has also led KPMG teams reporting on contaminated sites projects across federal and provincial public sector entities.
Peter has 21 years of business experience, including 15 years in accounting advisory services and financial audit with KPMG (both in the UK and Canada) and 4 years at British Telecom in the UK at the Director/Principal level.