Pamela Cameron, B.A.Sc., P.Eng., EP(CEA), QPRA, QPESA
Senior Project Manager
XCG Consulting Limited
Ms. Cameron is a Professional Engineer and a Certified Environmental Auditor with over 22 years of experience in environmental site assessment and qualifies as a Qualified Person for Environmental Site Assessment and Risk Assessment (QPESA and QPRA) in accordance with Ontario Regulation (O. Reg.) 153/04.
Ms. Cameron is a Senior Project Manager at XCG Consulting Limited and is a licensed Professional Engineer in the provinces of Ontario, Alberta, and Nova Scotia. Her areas of specialization include: Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), Risk Assessments (RAs), Records of Site Condition (RSCs), conducting corporate compliance pre-acquisition audits (U.S. and Canada), property decommissioning, designated substances surveys, and, environmental management system (EMS) auditing. Ms. Cameron is recognized as a Certified Environmental Auditor (EP(CEA)) accredited by the Canadian Environmental Certification Approval Board (CECAB) since 2003.
Ms. Cameron has extensive experience in completing environmental compliance audits and ISO 14001 EMS audits. She has completed environmental compliance audits at federal, municipal, and privately owned facilities within Canada and the United States, including airports, government office buildings, city departments, automotive parts manufactures, high-tech facilities, and waste management facilities. Ms. Cameron has completed more than 100 ISO 14001 EMS audits and has assisted a variety of companies in the implementation and development of their internal EMS systems.
In addition to her compliance and environmental management experience, Ms. Cameron has managed over 250 Phase I ESAs and over 50 Phase II ESAs for a variety of private, municipal, and government entities using the CSA Standard Z768-01 and Z769-00 as benchmarks. She has been a risk assessor involved in eight Tier 3 RAs prepared in accordance with O. Reg. 153/04 and acknowledged by the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) in the past ten years, and thus, understands the Ontario MOECC site assessment/remediation process. She has assessed remediation requirements on dozens of sites based on the MOECC Standards [and for numerous federal sites using the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment (CCME) Standards].