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Environmental Management session

Environmental Management session






 

Objective



Environment



Environmental Management plan



EMP Deals with



Water Quality



Air Quality



Proponents



Noise



Noise control


Waste Management


Factors involved in waste Management


Waste collection / Disposal procedure


Aspect and impact Register



Aspect and impact Register



Chemical Materials Management and waste Disposal



Inspection and Monitoring



Training and documentation


Let us work,


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Welcome to Environmental Management session

Environment
­Work Environment
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­Global Environment
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Environment;
  Surroundings in which an organization operates, including air, water, land, natural resources, flora, fauna, humans and their interrelations.   

Environmental Management Plan
Guidelines..
­Maintain cleanliness.
­Waste minimization ( solid and Liquid Waste).
­Compliance with legal requirements from authorities and applicable laws.
­Continual improvement in our  (OHS) impacts.
Create awareness among staff and workers.

EMP Deals with
­Water quality
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­Air quality
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­Noise
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­Waste management
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­Aspect and impact register
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­Operational control procedures
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Water Quality
­Source
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Waste water (from construction area / building)
Effluents (work shops and other facilities);
Run off water from approach road;
­Mitigation
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Collection tank / pit
Dispose of to authorize agency  
Air Quality
­Air pollutants
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Carbon monoxide (CO)
Lead (Pb)
Nitrogen dioxide (NO2)
Ozone (O3)
Sulphur dioxide (SO2)
Hazardous / Toxic air pollutants.
Particulate Matters (PM)
Proponents
­Batching plant, hot mix plant, welding and cutting operations
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­Diesel generators
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­Exhaust gases from vehicles
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­Fire extinguishers, open burning & Traffic movement 
Mitigation
­Compliance with pollution standards
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­Water sprinkling
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­Provide filters
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­PPE
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­Provide speed limit
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­Restrict no of employees exposed to contaminated area
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Short duration operations to reduce exposure
Noise
­TLV 90 dB
  (As per The Factories Act, 1948)
Source
­Compressor
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­Diesel Generator
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­Jack Hammer
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­Drilling Machine
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­Pavement Breaker
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­Blasting
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Crusher  etc.
Noise Control
­At the source  - By engineering method
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­At the interface  - By using encapsulation
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­At the receiver end   - By using Ear Plug / Ear Muff
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Mitigation Measures
­Substitution
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­Engineering and administrative control
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­Proper maintenance of vehicle and machinery
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Training and education 

Waste Management
­Food & Garbage Waste
Mitigation – Proper collection & Disposal

­Solid waste
Mitigation – R R R, Segregation & Disposal
­Oil & Grease
Mitigation – Proper collection & Disposal to      authorized agency
Factors involved in Waste Management
­Engineering controls -  Proper planning, selection of right materials and proper usage.
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­Operation Control Procedures – Standard operation procedures for different activities.
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­Administrative control – Inventory control, selection of right materials.
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­Adoption of RRR technique.
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­Designated storage for each type of waste. 
Cont ….
Waste collection / Disposal Procedure
­All waste shall be collected in dustbin, provided at different locations.
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­All waste shall be segregated as
Bio – degradable
Non degradable
Shall be lifted by local municipality.
­Construction debris are disposed on regular interval at designated dump yard.
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­Metal scrap shall be stored in designated area.
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Waste oil / lubricant / paints / grease / thinners shall be collected in separate labeled containers and sent to specified agency.      

Aspect and Impact Register


Environmental Aspect:
  Elements of organizational activities, products or services which can interact with environment
  Eg: Solid Waste, Noise, Hazardous Waste
Environmental Impact:
  Any change to the environment whether adverse or beneficial  wholly or partially resulting from an organization activity.
  Environmental effect is consequence of an environmental intervention    in environmental system

Aspect and Impact Register
Aspects
­Solid waste
­Noise
­Hazardous Waste
­Chemical use and storage
­Air Emission
­Water effluent and release
Potential contaminations to land.
Chemical Materials Management and Waste Disposal
Solid Waste
­Solid waste shall be placed in separate containers and disposed of on regular basis.
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­Handling and storage shall be done properly
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Chemical & Chemical Waste
­MSDS – Material Safety Data Sheet
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­Check for spillage / Leakage
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­Use proper containers (Corrosion resistant)
Fuel and Lubricants
­Storage, fuelling and lubrication shall be done with maximum protection.
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Used lubricant and oils shall be  recycled or  disposed accordingly 

Inspection and Monitoring
­Comprehensive monitoring and inspection program is provided for all environmental control measures.
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­Inspections will help in continuous      up – dation of the EMP.
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Monitoring will provide information on whether standards are being complied with.

Training and documentation
Employees shall be trained on
­Waste minimization
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­Handling and disposing
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­Usage of PPE
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­Emergency preparedness
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­First AID
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Proper records shall be maintained.
HSE Audit


LET US WORK TOGETHER,
 IN BUILDING A
SAFE ENVIRONMENT 

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