What is EMP-Environmental Management Plan?
An Environmental Management Plan (EMP) can be defined as “an environmental management tool used to ensure that undue or reasonably avoidable adverse impacts of the construction, operation and decommissioning of a project are prevented; and that the positive benefits of the projects are enhanced.
What is the purpose of EMP?
An EMP is a site or project specific plan developed to ensure that appropriate environmental management practices are followed during a project’s construction and/or operation. the implementation of a project’s EIA including its conditions of approval or consent.
What is objective of EMP?
- Definition of the environmental management objectives to be realized during the life of a project (i.e. pre-construction, construction, operation and/or decommissioning phases) in order to enhance benefits and minimize adverse environmental impacts.
- Description of the detailed actions needed to achieve these objectives, including how they will be achieved, by whom, by when, with what resources, with what monitoring/verification, and to what target or performance level. Mechanisms must also be provided to address changes in the project implementation, emergencies or unexpected events, and the associated approval processes.
- Clarification of institutional structures, roles, communication and reporting processes required as part of the implementation of the EMP.
- Description of the link between the EMP and associated legislated requirements.
- Description of requirements for record keeping, reporting, review, auditing and updating of the EMP.
What is the Framework of EMP?
Why GSCS for EMP?
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- Defined & Agreed Project Timescales
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