SEAM is an abbreviation for Sustainable Environmental Assessment and Management. SEAM depicts sustainable management through four facets of life, represented in a pyramid shown in our logo:
James Wood (Managing Director) M Env St, Dip App Sc (EH), Grad Dip (Tech Man), CDD
James Wood has a career spanning over 30 years in environmental health and environmental management. He is the company's lead food safety auditor and senior environmental consultant. He holds a part time role with the University of Tasmania as Co-ordinator and Lecturer for the Bachelor of Health Science (Environmental Health) at the University of Tasmania (Launceston campus).
James has direct experience with councils, having worked for all councils in Tasmania either directly as an employed or contracted Environmental Health Officer, or for specific projects or private projects. When employed with Department of Primary Industries Water and Environment, he was instrumental in preparing several policies and guidelines, and more recently has been engaged to communitate a range of new standards and guidelines for 'enHealth'.
Project specific highlights include:
James has the following accreditations
Certified Environmental Practitioner - Impact Assessment Specialisation
Accredited Building Practitioner – Designer Hydraulic # CC1984K
Accredited Bushfire Practitioner # BFP - 119
Tom Speed (Environmental Consultant)
Tom has been with SEAM since 2008 and plays a major role in conducting site and Soil evaluations and waste water assessments, including waste water designs.
Tom completed a Diploma of Applied Science (Conservation Ecology) in 2006 with the Canberra Institute of Technology.
Dr John Todd (Environmental Sub Contractor)
Professor John Todd works with SEAM on projects dealing with air quality, energy management, carbon footprint and climate change.
John is an academic and consultant. He is Director of Eco-Energy Options Pty Ltd and an Adjunct Professor at Edith Cowan University in Western Australia. He has carried out research and lectured on energy and environmental management for over 30 years. He works as a consultant for business and government in Australia, New Zealand and several Pacific Island States.
Robyn Howell (Office and Financial Manager)
Dr Christian Garland (Sub consultant - Specialist Microbiologist)
Christian Garland through his company FWE (Food Water Environment) works in collaboration with SEAM, specialising in food and water microbiological monitoring and assessment.