Construction Environmental Management Plans (CEMP)
DISS can provide services for development and/or review/endorsement of CEMP. A CEMP defines the activities to be carried out within the boundaries of the construction site as well as temporary facilities/laydown areas during the initial stages that have the potential to have an environmental impact. An environmental impact is any activity that has a potential adverse or positive effect on the environment. A CEMP is a working document subject to ongoing review, and possible revision by the Contractor, during the lifetime of the project.
The CEMP will be developed to address the following environmental aspects, as applicable:
- Air Quality and Dust Control;
- Soil & Earthwork Control
- Groundwater Protection
- Noise and Vibration Control;
- Waste Management (Hazardous and Non-Hazardous)
- Storage and Use of Fuels, Lubricants and Chemicals;
- Spill Prevention and Controls
- Sewage and Wastewater Management
- Ecological Control
- Potential Legacy Contamination (Soil & Groundwater)
- Vegetation and Topsoil Conservation
- Erosion and Sediment Control
- Energy and Resource Use
- Light Pollution and Visual Impact Control
- Traffic Planning and Control;
- Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Resources; and
- Environmental Permit requirements.
Who should we sell it to?
- Construction within oil and gas facilities (QP have their own format for the CEMP that must be followed
Who should we discuss it with?
Construction Managers, Project directors, Health and Safety managers, Environmental managers, or engineers.
Why clients want to do it?
- It’s a legal requirement, enforced by Ashghal, QP, LRDC
- To protect the environment and avoid and complaints, legal actions, etc.
Why hire a consultant?
- Mandatory by some clients to use a third party
- Some clients do not have internal resources to develop
- Specialized knowledge of the environmental consultant will help them as we have prepared over 40 CEMP across all industries.