An SQP is an experienced professional in the field of land contamination. The SQP must be capable of assessing whether a document meets the requirements of the scheme. Although the SQP may delegate the peer review process of individual components of the work to other individual specialists, they retain responsibility for ensuring that those individuals are capable to undertake those tasks.
SQPs must be:
The competency of the SQP is measured in line with the definitions set out in the National Brownfield Skills Framework (NBSF).
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