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There are sixteen Monitoring Programs that were awarded to St’át’imc Eco – Resources (SER) following the completion of the Bridge System Water Use Plan.

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2 There are sixteen Monitoring Programs that were awarded to St’át’imc Eco – Resources (SER) following the completion of the Bridge System Water Use Plan in March of Year 1 of the program (2012 – 2013) focussed on contracting, development of project management capacity, development of a safety program, engagement of experts, technician training and initiation of monitoring projects. Water Use Plan Monitoring:

3 The ultimate success of the WUP monitoring projects from the St’át’imc perspective depends upon whether 2 overarching objectives are achieved: 1.Capacity Building and 2.Employment Generation (short & long-term.) From BC Hydro's perspective success could be defined as effective delivery of the Terms Of References and testing of the monitoring hypotheses as well as resolution of the management questions. These topics will be regularly re-visited during future WUP monitoring project workshops.

4 As part of the WUP annual activities, 2 workshops, one in the fall and one in the spring, are held to bring together SER technical personnel and sub-contractors, BC Hydro as well as SGS staff. The purpose of the workshops include: communications; peer review; developing synergies including economies of scale; co-ordination; and capacity building opportunities.

5 Activities: 1 st year WUP project proposals have been accepted by BC Hydro for Bridge River Monitoring Projects 2, 5, 11, 12, 15, and 16 funds were released for work to begin. 2 nd year WUP project proposals accepted by BC Hydro For Bridge River Monitoring Projects 1, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, and 14 funds were released for work to begin. BRGMON 6 and 10 will start in 2014.

6 The St’át’imc technicians were trained to meet BC Hydro safety standards. Training Included: Swift Water Rescue level 2, WPP, PCOC, MED A3 in Training

7 St’át’imc Technicians: 1.Roxanne Ledoux, Laborer- Security Watch BRGMON 14 2.Ginger Jones, Fisheries Technician, BRGMON 16 3.Stacy Leech, Bus Driver Level 3, BRGMON 16 4.Christopher John, Fisheries Technician, BRGMON 1 5.Ivan John, Fisheries Technician, Brgmon 13, Environmental Technician, As when contracts 6.Elijah Michel, Fisheries Technician, BRGMON 13, 16 7.Edward Serroul, Fisheries Technician, BRGMON 1,3,4,7,8,9,14 8.Wesley Payne, Fisheries Technician, BRGMON 4,7,8,9,13,14 9.Ted Napoleon, Fisheries Technician, BRGMON Jessica Hopkins, Fisheries Technician, BRGMON 13,14 11.Brandon James, Fisheries Technician, BRGMON 1,3 12.Ronald James, Fisheries Technician, BRGMON 1,3 13.Tyler Creasey, Fisheries Technician, BRGMON 12,13 14.Avaleen Adolph, Vegetation Technician, BGRMON 2,5,11 15.John Redan, Vegetation Technician, BGRMON 2,5,11 16.Storm Peter, Fisheries Technician, BRGMON 13, Environmental Technician, As When contracts 17.Charles Louie, Fisheries Technician, BRGMON 4,7 18.Talya Wood, Vegetation Technician, BGRMON 2,5,11 19.Cory LaRochelle, Vegetation Technician, BGRMON 2,5,11 20.Candice Jack, Fisheries Technician, BRGMON 7,13 21.Alicia Jack, Fisheries Technician, BRGMON Kasper Paquette, Laborer- Security Watch BRGMON Lesley Riley, Laborer Security watch BRGMON Baillie Phillips, Laborer Security watch BRGMON 14

8 St’at’imc Eco – Resources Progression: BRGMON 13 and BRGMON 16 were managed by St’át’imc Environmental technicians. Both projects employed Field Supervisors, Project Manager, and Sr. Technicians. Introduced capacity building throughout the Monitor projects. April 2012 SER pre-qualified as a supplier of services to BC Hydro to monitor the 16 Bridge River Monitor projects. Milestone for SER and SGS in 2012 was the preparation of a Safety Program to guide safety management plans and activities.

9 IMPLEMENTATION OF SER : Renewing SER Board of Directors. Continue with implementing the SGS Fisheries Implementation Plan Meet with Communities to discuss contract work SER would like to conduct more safety audits. We’ve established safety procedures, just need the time to conduct them.

10 SER’S GOALS: Introduce more capacity building and Job shadowing within each of the Monitor projects. Implement training needs and requirements. To employ St’át’imc technicians into higher positions within each monitor project.


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