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Prepared by

Reviewed by

Approved by

Mr.VinodKumar

Mr. .Abhishek Sonker

Mr. Ali Mohmmad Anasri

HSE Manager

Contracts Manager

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INDEX
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
1.

Distribution
Revision/Approval
Amendment Record
Abbreviations
Definitions
Introduction

1.1
Purpose
1.2
Environmental Guidelines and References
1.3
Environmental Commitment
1.4
Environmental Policy Statement
1.5
Project Details
1.6 Project Geographical Map
1.7
Project Schedule and Milestones

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Environmental Roles and Responsibilities


Average Number and Type of Equipment and Machinery
Average Number of Trucks and Vehicles
Number of Workers on The Project
Internal Communication And Consultation
External Communication
Environmental Impacts
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6

9.

Air And Noise


Water Quality Coast, Surface And Groundwater
Soil
Biodiversity Flora And Fauna
Traffic Impact
Waste Management Impact

Control Measures
9.1 Pollution Prevention Measures
9.2
Spill Contingency
9.3
Noise Management
9.4
Site Traffic Control Plan
9.5
Waste Management
9.6
AIR Quality Control Measure
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10.
11.
12.

Ecological Mitigation

Electrical Consumption
Fuel Consumption

Environmental Training of Staff


Signage On Environmental Awareness
Emergency Response Procedures
15.1
15.2
15.3
15.4

16.

Introduction
Spill Response Flow Chart
Level of Emergency Response
Notification Requirement

Emergency Response Procedures


16.1
16.2

Environmental Monitoring Programme


Environmental Audit Programme

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Environmental Aspects of The Contractors Activities


House Keeping
Energy Conservation General
12.1
12.2

13.
14.
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A. Document

Copy Number

Distributed
To:

Client

Consultant

Site Office

Head Office

B. Revision/Approval
EMS Plan Issue
Date
16/10/2016

Revision No

Approval Status

TENDER

C. Amendment Record
Revision Details of Amendment

Pages / Para
Affected

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Ref : AD EHSMS RF compliance Reference Elements 09

D. Abbreviations
EMP
Al Bahr
CWM
EAD
EIA
EMP
EMS
ER
FEA
HSE
IMS
NSRs
PER
PM
QA
QC
UAE

Environmental Management Plan


Project Name:
Center of Waste Management
Environmental Agency in Abu Dhabi
Environmental Impact Assessment
Environmental Management Plan
Environmental Management System
Environmental Representative
UAE Federal Environmental Agency
Health, Safety and Environment
Integrated Management System
Noise Sensitive Receivers
Preliminary Environmental Review
Project Manager
Quality Assurance
Quality Control
United Arab Emirates

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Definitions
1.

Audit

2.

Control
Measure

3.

Corrective
Actions

4
5

EAD
Environment

Environmental
Aspect

Environmental
Impact

Environmental
policy

Environmental
objective

A systematic, independent and documented process for


obtaining audit evidence and evaluating it objectively to
determine the extent to which audit criteria are fulfilled.
Actions and activities taken to prevent or eliminate a
hazard and/or risk or reduce it to an as low as reasonable
practicable level.
Steps that are taken to remove the causes of an existing
non conformity or undesirable situation. The corrective
action process is designed to prevent the recurrence of
nonconformities or undesirable situations.
Environmental Agency in Abu Dhabi
The term environment refers to an organizations natural
and human surroundings. An organizations environment
extends from within the organization itself to the global
system, and includes air, water, land, flora, fauna,
as well as human beings.
An environmental aspect is a feature or characteristic of an
activity, product, or service that affects or can affect the
environment.
An environmental impact is a change to the environment.
Such change can be positive or negative. Environmental
impacts are caused by environmental aspects.
An
Environmental
Policy
statement
expresses
a
commitment to the implementation and maintenance of an
organizations environmental management system and the
improvement of its overall environmental performance.
An environmental objective is a specific environmental
goal. Your organizations environmental objectives must be
consistent with its environmental policy.
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Environmental Environmental performance is all about how well an


performance
organization manages the environmental aspects of its
activities, products, and services and the impact they have
on the environment.
Hazard
Any substance, physical effect, or condition with potential
to harm people, property or the environment.
Incident
An event or chain of events which has caused or
could have caused fatality, injury, illness and/or
damage (loss) to assets, the environment, EAD reputation
or third parties
Induction
The process by which new employees are introduced to a
workplace and its policies and processes.
Inspection
Physical on-site verification that work is performed and
equipment is maintained in accordance with existing EHS
standards and procedures.
Interested
An interested party is a person or group that has a stake in
party
the environmental performance of an organization.
Interested parties may be directly affected by the
organization or actively concerned with its environmental
performance.
Near Miss
Unsafe act or unsafe condition which if ignored could result
in an accident.
Risk
Is the product of the measure of the likelihood of
occurrence of an undesired event and the potential
adverse consequences which this event may have upon
people and the environment,
Risk = frequency x consequences.
Significant
A significant environmental aspect is an environmental
Aspect
aspect that has or can have a significant environmental
impact.
Significance could be tied to:
- Environmental concerns
- Natural resource concerns
- Regulatory or legal exposure
- Business or mission concerns
- Concerns of interested parties
Federal Law
Regulation Concering Protection of Air From Pollution
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Federal Law
No24 OF 1999
Federal
Law
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Protection and Development of the Environment


Waste Management

Introduction

1.1 Purpose
This Environmental Management Plan is intended to provide an environmental management
framework for the Operation and maintenance of the project. The purpose of this EMP is to
address all environmental concerns that may result from specific Operation and
maintenance activities.
The key objectives of this EMP are:

To ensure activities during the permanent landscaping works have least impact on
surrounding environment;

To present mitigation strategies and actions for control of pollution during the works;

To establish a framework for environmental management to ensure implementation of


mitigation measure;

To develop monitoring programme to ensure regulatory compliance and early detection


of any significant environmental impacts;
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To present plans for implementing the recommendations of the EIA study; and

To demonstrate Al Ryums commitment to comply with environmental laws and


regulations of UAE and EADs requirements.

1.2 Environmental Guidelines and References


This section outlines applicable federal, national and international environmental regulations relevant
to the UAE .
1.2.1 National Legislation and Guidelines
The Federal Environmental Agency (FEA) used to be the main regulatory body for the
whole of the UAE. However recently the efforts of the FEA were merged with those of the
EAD. Therefore, the present principal environmental institution in the UAE is the Ministry
of Environment and Water Resources; however in Abu Dhabi the EAD is considered the
principal environmental institution. Emirate wide environmental regulations and policies are
developed and enforced through the EAD.

Principal federal environmental and social laws relevant to this project are outlined below:

Federal Law No. (12) of 2006


Federal Law No. (21) of 2005
Federal Law No. (24) of 1999
Project Specifications

AD EHSMS 54.0 (Waste Management) and 55.0 (Environmental Management)

1.3 Environmental Commitment


As a contractor Al Ryum believes that it is their responsibility to ensure that the
environmental impact of the work done is minimized.
To live up to this commitment, Al Ryum has implemented various environmental impact
management tools:
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Sorting of site garbage

Proper disposal of all materials

Re-using of material when the project allows (such as form work, paper)

Recycling of materials to reduce waste whenever possible (bye products of pruning,


cuttings and mowing will be used as organic fertilizer)

Noise level will be maintained low by proper maintenance of equipment and switching
off generators during the after office hours.

Al Ryum ensures that their team is aware of updated applicable environmental laws and
regulations and work hard on meeting or exceeding these requirements on the project.

1.4 Environmental Policy Statement

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1.5 Project Details

Name /Location of the Project


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Clients Information

THE DIRECTOR
PUBLIC GARDEN DIRECTORATE
P.O. Box 263, ABU DHABI, U.A.E.
Tel.: (+9712) 4066999 Fax: (+9712) 4066999

Contractors Information

P.O. Box 28427, ABU DHABI, U.A.E.


Tel.: (+9 712) 6328900 Fax: (+9712) 6330932

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Scope of Work

Maintenance activities includes, but not limited to the following:

Recurrent horticultural procedures.


Recurrent grounds maintenance procedures
Operation & maintenance of irrigation systems
Hand watering as required.
Replacement of dead or dying horticulture.
Planting of seasonal floral displays.
Maintenance of all agricultural works, renew and plant the greens areas
including
Removal and replanting of seasonal foliage.
Provision of protective fencing to areas of new planting or areas under repair.
Specific cleaning and maintenance of furniture, toilets, shade structures and
ancillary buildings.
Cleaning and maintenance of all playground facilities in safe working order.
Clean of all hard paved areas throughout the designated Contract area.
Repair to paved surfaces to ensure a uniform and even surface is maintained.
Maintenance of all fixed and movable electro mechanic items, Fountains with
all its accessories, Pump and control room including the A/c units.
Maintenance of fixed furniture and dustbins including repair, re-paint and or
replace as per Engineer's instructions.
Maintenance of all mechanical and electrical play equipments, amusements and
rides.
Maintenance of all the components of lrrigation network and its controllers and
ensure adequate water is available for the gardens.
Landscape maintenance operations like mowing of grass, trimming & pruning
of Trees,
Fertilizing , application of Manure & Plant protection chemicals, weeding and
irrigating
Repair any damages occurred during the contract period due less workmanship
at contractor's cost and repair/reinstate the damaged grass areas due to the
works of other contractors by prior coordination with them.
Contractor shall provide experienced professional engineer and technical
supervisory staff and labourers. He shall provide the min number of labourers as
per latest contract reduced term and based on ARC performance commitment.
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The contractor shall execute the emergency maintenance on time within a


period not exceeding 3 hours and executing all the instructions from the
department with in the prescribed time failing which will affect his payments.
Contractor shall submit the work forecast and monthly maintenance report in
time as well as the As-built drawings of the gardens showing the general layout
and all the features of the gardens as of existing.

Disposal

Disposal of green waste materials of plantation and forests


Green waste should be disposed in a PGD approved manner. The following
options are recommended:

i. Shred and pulverize in-situ, large Tree cuttings and deliver to the
Compost Plant
ii. Use of circular power saw to slit trunks of trees to the required size
i.e. < 12cmdiameter/girth prior to delivery to the compost Plant.
Operation
Operation activities include but not limited to:-

Cleaning of pathways including all civil structures, repairing and or replacing


interlocking tiles and removing all surplus materials and debris on daily basis to
approved dumping area.
Water features and fountains
All picnic shelters and BBQ facilities.
All toilet facilities and associated showers and washing facilities.
All drinking fountains and associated water supply pipe work with the area of
responsibility.
The entire area should be kept clean, weed and litter free al the time
Such daily activities that are necessary to deliver the service provision to the
public: e.g. the switching of / on of lighting, operation of valves, taps, etc for
irrigation purposes and fountains.
Regular inspections of soft and hard areas, playground equipment, public
facilities, etc to ensure the safety and security of all assets
Liaison with the public, ADWEA, other Municipality Departments, etc in
respect of all third party activities within the public open spaces
Liaison with ADWEA and other third party service providers to ensure
continuity of service
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Taking appropriate actions to ensure public safety and protect assets against
vandalism and safeguard the quality of landscape and assets and damage from
third parties.
Issues "permits to work" to third parties wishing to carry out operations within
public open spaces. Checking a prior to permitting work to proceed ll method
statements, security and safety measures to be employed
Security of all Public Gardens and other assets within the Contact arae by
specialist Guard.
Ensure and take all Safety precautionary measures for the visiting public and his
staff.
The contractor should notify the Engineer prior (period of notice 2 days) for any
specific operations like fertilizing, grass improvement programs etc.
1.6 Project Geographical Map
Please refer Appendix 1 for Project Geographical Map
1.7 Project schedule and milestones

Tender

All dates are approximate.


The updated and approved programme can be viewed at the ARCs site Project Office.
2.

Environmental Roles and Responsibilities


2.1 Responsibility of the Contractor

Al Ryumshall implement and adhere to Project Specifications and EAD requirements.


Any uncertainties about the EMP shall be clarified with PARSONS.

Al Ryum shall ensure that all staff members, sub-Al Ryum and suppliers understand
and adhere to the EMP. Non-compliance with the conditions of the EMP, which forms
part of the agreement, will constitute a breach of Contract.

In case Al Ryum plans to undertake any activities that are not included in the EMP,
they must notify PARSONS's Environmental Representative prior to commencing
works. Depending on the additional activities, further assessment of the impacts,
development of additional mitigation and monitoring measures and/or an addendum to
the overall EMP may be required.

Al Ryum must notify the it's Environmental Representative of any complaints


received.
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2.2 CEO/Manageing Director/General Manager


Lead the development of appropriate EHS Management through the integration of EHS into
the entities management structure,processess and culture and reglura monitoring and review
of EHS performance .

Ultimately responsible for the entites EHS performance

Set a clear EHS Policy.

Allocate adequate resources for EHS management

Allocate responsibility for EHS management and delegation of authority

Ensure implementation of the risk management programs

Ensure the entity has effective systems for provision of EHS Information,training
and supervison

Ensure that entity have effective emergency procedures

2.3 Project Manager


Develop and implement appropriate EHS management by ensuring EHS management
sysyems ar in Place and Operating effectively

Allaocate reponsibility of EHS management and delegation


Ensure adequate budget and resources for EHS management
Ensure appropriate EHS supervsion of employees
Implement and monitor effectiveness of risk management programs
Ensure appropriate hazard and incident investigations
Regularly discuss EHS issues at meetings of departments,dividons or senior
management
Ensure provision of EHS information ,training and supevision
Ensure appropriate emergency procedure are developed

2.4 EHS Manager

Leadership of the development,implementation and maintenance of appropriate


EHSMS within the entity

Provide specialist advice and support to senior management regarding the


management of workplace hazards risks

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Ensure EHS performance monitoring system is in place to ensure the effectiveness of


injury prevention and risk management policies and procedures.

Ensure effective two way communication between senior managers and EHS Dept

Ensure EHS program are conistent with entity policies and procedures

2.5 EHS Officer/Advisor

Providing advice on the implementation of EHS policy and procedures

Raising EHS matters and issues to management on behalf of emeployees

Communication and awarness raising of EHS requirements

Assisting with conducting EHS inspections of the workplace

Assisting WITH THE investigation of EHS issuess or incident

Attending EHS Committee meeting

2.6 Supervisors/Foreman

Provide EHS information,training and supervision


Assist with the preparation of risk assessments
Ensure application of appriate risk control measures
Reporting of EHS hazards and incidents

2.7 Workers

Comply with reasonable EHS instructions and safe working procedures


Use of appropriate PPE.
Be familiar with emergency and evacuation procedures
Not willfully or recklessly endanger anyones health and safety
Reports EHS hazards,incident and iss

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Average number and type of equipmentandmachinery


Planning for average number and type of Equipmentand Machinery to be deployed for the
project is enclosed in AppendixII to this document

4.

Average number of Trucks and Vehicles


Planning for average number of Trucks and Vehicles to be deployed for the project is mentioned
in Appendix III to this document

5.

Number of Workers on the project


Planning for number of work force to be deployed for the project is mentioned in Appendix IV
to this document.

6.

Internal Communication and Consultation


Following formats shall be used for any environmental related isues or inspection:

Environmental Site Inspection Checklist

Waste Transfer Note

Environmental Incident Form


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External Communication
All communcations with EAD shall be via client

8.

Environmental Impacts
Following environmental impacts may result from Al Ryums activities. Since all impacts are
temporary, suspended sediment levels are expected to return to baseline levels following
completion of the Operation and maintenance.

8.1

Air and Noise


It is anticipated that certain levels of air and noise impacts will be generated in the
following aspects:

Dust: From the unloading of sweet sand and earthworks operation.

Plant and Vehicle Emissions: Combustion emissions from vehicles, diesel generator
and machinery used for landscaping and Operation and maintenance purposes.

Noise:From earthworks operation, operation of machineries and movement of vehicles.

Potential sensitive receptors may include: Residents of the locality, people working close to
landscaping locations, client, consultant andvisitors to the siteHowever the operational
duration of the activity is short-term and therefore the impacts are not expected to be
significant.
8.2 Water Quality Coast, Surface and Groundwater
The project work is located relatively away from the coast or any sensitive water body.
Also there is no no storage of chemicals and fuel at site as such ground water will not be
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8.3

Soil
The typical causes of soil contamination are accidental fuel and chemical spills.
There is no storage of chemicals and fuel at site.

8.4 Biodiversity Flora and Fauna


Al Ryums activities will not have any negative effect on the the fauna and flora of the area.
8.5 Traffic Impact
Transportation activities support increasing mobility demands for passengers and freight,
notably in urban areas like the present site. The most important impacts of transport on the
environment relate to climate change, air quality, noise, water quality, soil quality and
biodiversity. Universally the activities of the transport industry release several gases each
year into the atmosphere. These include lead (Pb), carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide
(CO2; not a pollutant), methane (CH4), nitrogen oxides (NOx), nitrous oxide (N2O),
chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), perfluorocarbons (PFCs), silicon tetraflouride (SF6), benzene
and volatile components (BTX), heavy metals (zinc, chrome, copper and cadmium) and
particulate matters (ash, dust).
Noise represents the general effect of irregular and chaotic sounds. It is traumatizing for the
hearing organ and that may affect the quality of life by its unpleasant and disturbing
character. Long term exposure to noise levels above 75dB seriously hampers hearing and
affects human physical and psychological wellbeing.
8.6 Waste Management Impact
Collection, storage and disposal of waste materials generated during the Operation and
maintenance stages shall be managed efficiently. It is the responsibility of Al Ryum Cont. to
arrange for the collection of solid waste from the site.
As a responsible contractor, housekeeping, waste segregation, waste storage, selection of
waste contractor, waste disposal will be done as per EAD regulations in the best possible
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9.

Control Measures
Project environmental requirements shall be implemented by Al Ryum during the
Operation and maintenance of the project Al Bahr - to ensure that impacts on the
environment are avoided and minimised. The following environmental control
mitigation measures will be implemented during the course of the project:
9.1 Pollution Prevention Measures
The Pollution Prevention Measures covers the activities on the project site that
have been identified as having the potential to cause pollution to the groundwater,
airand/or soils.
The measures mentioned below will be implemented to avoid or minimise the potential
for pollution or degradation of the surrounding environment.
9.1.1 Storage and Handling of Hazardous Substances
The Spill Contingency Plan details actions to be undertaken and notification
requirements in the event of a spill of hazardous material. The Incident mitigation
measures are mentioned below:

All hazardous material, including chemicals and fuels, will be stored at a


designated site -away from the sea edge or stormwater drains.
Keep a list of all hazardous substances present on site and the material safety
data sheets (MSDS) for these substances will be readily available. This list will
be provided to the project proponent and regularly updated.
Each receptacle containing dangerous goods will be marked with the correct
technical name of the substance it contains.
Incompatible materials will not be placed in common containment.
All flammable liquids will be stored under cover and in wellventilated areas. No
electrical equipment will be used within 10 metres of the storage area unless of
intrinsically safe Operation and maintenance.
Cylinders of compressed gas or flammable gases will be stored upright in secure
racks and out of direct sunlight or heat source.
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All hazardous liquids will be stored in an impervious bund area where the
volume of the storage bund is not less than 110% of thelargest storage tank
contained within the bund.
The Contractor will ensure that there is adequate fire-fighting equipment at the
fuel storage area.
Refuelling operations will take place at a designated site, which will be inspected
by the Contractors Environmental Representative.
Where mobile refuelling is required, the refuelling trucks will use drip trays
during operations and carry spill kits.
The ground under the refuelling areas will be protected against
pollution caused by spills and/or tank overfills.
Fill nozzles will be kept within the bunded area when not in use and padlocked.
Keep appropriate spill clean up material adjacent to storage and maintenance
areas.
Used or waste fuel or other waste chemicals will be stored in a
bunded area until collected for off-site disposal by an approved waste Contractor
at an Abu Dhabi Municipality/EAD approved site.
Waste material or water containing waste chemicals such as
thinners, oil and mineral spirits will not be pumped or disposed of
into stormwater drains, sanitary sewers or into the ground.
Al Ryum will comply with all EAD legislation with regards to
the safe storage and handling of hazardous substances.
Safety Offiecr will be responsible for the training of all personnel on site who
will be handling hazardous materials about its proper use, handling and disposal.

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Collection system will be provided (i.e. drip trays or impervious linings) under
all machinery or equipment that may leak hydrocarbons/hazardous
substances(including generators and pumps).
Vehicle/machinery repair whether minor or major on open ground or at the side
of roads is forbidden. Vehicles/equipment will be moved to a designated
workshop for repair or mechanical servicing.
Vehicle and equipment washing will not be allowed at site.

Spill Contingency
The Spill Contingency measures detailed below describes the actions to be undertaken and
notification requirements in the event of a spill of hazardous material:

Appropriate spillage kits will be made available on site in the event of a spill.

In the event of a spill, immediate action will be taken to contain or clean up the spill
using sand or a suitable absorbent material.
Keep appropriate spill clean up material adjacent to storage and maintenance areas.

9.3

All spillages of hazardous materials will be reported immediately to Al Ryums Safety


Officer who will submit an incident report to the Consultant within 24 hours.
In the event of a major environmental spill, Safety Officer will immediately notify the
consultant.
Contaminated soil, rags and other clean up material will be kept in appropriate
containers before being disposed of to a municipality approved site.
The Contractor will be responsible for training all staff regarding their environmental
responsibilities on site and in the procedures for handling spills and will provide all
staff with appropriate personal protective equipment.
In the event of a spill, the area will be inspected by the Al Ryums Safety Officer and
the Parsons ARE (Safety) and this will form part of the incident report

Noise Management
The

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impacts if no control measures are implemented and installed. All equipment to be used
onsite will be operated and maintained in accordance with manufacturers instructions for
low noise operation. Engine covers, silencers, mufflers and other forms of acoustic linings
or mobile shields will be used at all times. Engines will be switched off when not in use.
Experienced personnel with suitable training to ensure that these methods are implemented
shall be deployed on site.
Noise can be minimized from the following mitigation measures:

Appropriately schedule the Operation and maintenance activities to avoid sensitive


time and/or sensitive locations where possible.
Control noise between the hours of 8 PM and l AM and all day Friday.

Replace noisy plant with less noisy alternatives, or provide plant which is specifically
designed with noise inhibitors such as generators and compressors with silencers and
muffled jack hammers.
Use plant in accordance with manufacturer's specifications.

Orientate machinery away from noise sensitive residential areas.

Operation and maintenance truck movements should be arranged to avoid residential


areas, where possible.
Machines (that are fitted with engine covers) will keep the engine covers closed.

Regular and effective maintenance of stationary and mobileequipment is to be carried


out.
The following mitigation measures should be taken specifically for night-time
Operation and maintenance

Ensure the noisiest works are only carried out during day-time hours (07:00-20:00 or as per
the advise) and ensure all works performed outside these hours are agreed by and given
reasonable notice to the EAD, who may impose certain restrictions.
Public, particularly residents, in areas immediately adjacent to the Operation and
maintenancesites should be consulted prior to the start of night-time Operation and
maintenance to alert them to the noisy activities at night-time, to explain the reason for night
Operation and maintenance to obtain public understanding, and to solicit specific public
concerns and suggestions for mitigation.
Public billboards should be erected at the Operation and maintenance sites, listing Operation
and maintenance activities, contact persons and telephone numbers for receiving public
concerns, complaints, and suggestions on a constant basis.
Where possible, stationary noise machinery such as generators should be located away from
sensitive receptors and enclosed structure for noise control.
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Where appropriate, night-time supervision by the environmental monitoring teams may be


required for on-site noise measurement and prompt incident response.
A noise complaint register will be maintained to keep a record of any complaints received
and the remedial actions taken.

9.4

Site Traffic Control Plan

9.5

All deliveries of materials and removals of waste or other materials, must take place within
the permitted hours. Vehicles to the site must be properly coordinated. Vehicles must not
arrive between 8 AM to 1 PM or as agreed with Traffic Departments. No employees
whether Al Ryum or sub contractor or personnel employed on site should cause unnecessary
noise from their activities, including excessive revving or vehicle engines, music from
radios, shouting.Although the background noise levels in the area are dominated by road
traffic sources, noise from additional traffic due to the Operation and maintenance activities
shall be controlled and minimized.
All traffic shall be kept to designated roads. Speed controls on the route, typically 30 km/h,
and careful logistical and route planning to combine trips shall be adopted. This speed must
be adhered to, in order to minimize the risk of accidents, road surface disturbance, dust and
fine particle suspension in the air.
Waste Management
Waste can be classified as either:
General Waste and Operation and maintenance Rubble - which includes waste paper, board,
cardboard, benign organic and domestic waste, plastic, and uncontaminated Operation and
maintenancedebris such as scrapmetal, used bricks, wood, waste concrete, unused subsoil
and rubble from excavations ordemolished structures.
Hazardous Waste - include materials that are potentially dangerous and may affect human
and/or environmental health. This would be because of the wastes' inherent chemical and/or
physical composition, which could be toxic, poisonous, flammable, explosive, carcinogenic
or radioactive. Hazardous waste may include items such as spent batteries, waste
oils/chemicals, empty chemical containers, old oil filters, and sharp objects etc. which
require special collection, handling and disposal.
Waste management will be done by adopting following mitigation measures:
9.5.1

Collection and Storage of Waste

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Al Ryum will provide adequate facilities for the collection and storage of waste
material including litterbins, waste skips and recycling bins.
Putrescent waste and litter will be collected in designated, leak proof containers.
Waste containers will be provided with nets or lids to prevent waste being
carried around by scavengers or by the wind.
Waste containers will not be overfilled.
Al Ryum will appoint an individual responsible for the regular inspection of the
site and site clean-up/litter picking.
Al Ryum will provide designated waste storage areas for the bulk storage of
waste prior to removal off-site. Refer Appendix I for site layout plan showing
the waste Area .
Bulk waste storage areas will be constructed on an impervious surface and be
readily accessible to collection vehicles.
Hazardous waste will be stored in an impervious bunded area.
The Contractor will be responsible for arranging the timely collection of waste
material.

Disposal of Waste

No waste will be disposed of or buried on site.

Illegal dumping, including roadside dumping and illegal land filling, is


prohibited. Works that involve onsite filling with material other than virgin
excavated natural material requires prior approval by the Project Proponent.
Burning any waste on site is prohibited.

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All waste will be disposed of by an approved waste Contractor to an approved


Abu-Dhabi Municipality/EAD site.
Al Ryum will implement a system to record the amounts of waste material
being transferred for disposal offsite.
Waste records will be held on site and be available for auditing.

Air Quality Control Measures

The Air Quality on the project site that have the potential to impact on air quality will be
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controlled by a series of mitigation measures to be implemented so as to minimise the


release of harmful pollutants to the atmosphere. The mitigation measures are mentioned
below:
9.6.1

Al Ryum will regularly inspect stockpiles, exposed work areas and Operation
and maintenanceworks practices.
Stockpiles of fine material such as sand, topsoil material, cement, etc. will be
protected from wind.
The Contractor will conduct daily inspections of stockpiles to assess whether
airborne material is being generated and the stockpile requires dampening.
Stockpiles and construction roads will be dampened using bowsers. Dust
screening will be used as required.

An adequate water supply will be provided for dust suppression.

Dust generating activities will cease during excessively windy periods.

Disturbed ground or stockpiles will be progressively rehabilitated by


establishing temporary or permanent vegetation or using geotextile.
Excessive vehicular movement will be avoided.

Vehicle speeds will be restricted on unsurfaced roads and tracks.

Trucks hauling any loose material that could produce dust when travelling will
cover their loads and/or maintain appropriate freeboard (+ 0.3m).
Where practical, locate stockpiles away from sensitive receptors.

9.6.2

Dust Suppression

Other Emissions

No uncontrolled fires will be allowed on the Operation and maintenance site.

Operation and maintenance vehicles and equipment will be regularly


maintained.

9.6.3

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Ozone depleting substances will not be used on site. Fire protection products,
refrigerants, coolants, and degreasing agents will be based on non-ozone
depleting alternatives.
Any refrigerants used, will be limited to R134a type (non-ozone depleting). The
Contractor must provide details of all refrigerants used on site.

Ecological Mitigation

To minimise and, where possible avoid, impacts on ecologicalcommunities from Operation


and maintenance activities, following mitigation measures are recommended:

10.

Consent from the relevant Municipality department (i.e. Gardens and Recreational
Parks) will be obtained prior to the removal of vegetation such as landscape planting or
trees.
Pollution prevention, spillage and sediment/ erosion controlmitigation will be adhered
to in order to avoid impacts on marine species and habitats

Environmental Aspects of the contractors activities


Al Ryum is committed to eliminate or minimize and manage Environmental Aspects arising out
of project activitties. Refer Appendix - V for Environmental Aspect of the Project, its impact and
Al Ryums attempt to control such aspects to minimize or eliminate its effect on environment.

11.

House Keeping
It is essential that good housekeeping is maintained throughout the periods of Project. Access
ways will be kept clear, surplus or scrap material removed daily and working areas kept tidy. The
following guidelines shall be followed:
All electrical equipment, lighting, plumbing and ventilation of office space shall be
inspected and maintained on a regular basis;
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Good housekeeping in the office environment shall be considered one of the primary
defense against accident and injury in the workplace, and therefore is the responsibility of
all personnel;

All passage-ways, exits, fire doors, break glass alarm points, fire-fighting equipment, first
aid stations, and other emergency stations shall be kept clean and unobstructed at all times;

All small items such as trash cans, plant containers etc., shall be positioned such that they
do not represent a trip time hazard;

Cabinet doors and file drawers shall be kept closed when not in use. When working with
cabinet, only one drawer at a time shall be opened;

Cabinets and shelving shall be loaded from the bottom shelf upwards, and heavy items
placed as low as possible. At no time shall heavy or sharp objects be stored above eye
level;

Offices shall be regularly tidied and cleaned, wastebaskets regularly emptied, and floors
regularly vacuum-cleaned;

It is the responsibility of maintenance supervisors to keep their respective areas clean at all
times. Metal containers must be provided for the disposal of rags, waste paper, grease, oil,
and other waste materials;

The removal of scrap material shall be undertaken;

All loose and surplus materials shall not be stored within operational areas. Storage areas
will be allocated;

All equipment should be kept clean. Spares parts should be properly maintained in an
orderly manner on shelves or in bins;

To maintain good housekeeping, work areas should be attended to constantly rather than
periodically;

All solvents and flammable materials will be kept in approved properly labeled containers
and stored in designated locations strictly away from stairways and passageways;

Sanitary toilets and ablution facilities will be provided at convenient locations on site and
sewage regularly tinkered for appropriate treatment and disposal;

Temporary drainage trenches or channels should be kept clear and unobstructed at all
times;

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MSDS must be placed for all chemicals used on site;

All materials should be labeled properly and kept at designated storage areas;

The access onto the publichighway from the worksite will be kept clean and free of
mud/dust at alltimes; and

Smoking is only allowed in designated area and strictly prohibited near the fuel tank,
chemical storage areas and other flammable plant areas where the no smoking or no open
flame signs are displayed.

Energy Conservation
General
During execution of the project, Al Ryum will endeavor to reduce the use of energy wherever
possible. For every 1000 litres of diesel fuel used, approximately 2.7 tons of CO2 is produced
and emitted into the atmosphere. Basic measures such as idling vehicles when not in use will be
communicated across the project at induction stage and also during regular toolbox talks.
12.1 Electrical Consumption
Electricity will form a large percentage of energy consumption throughout the project duration.
Again, basic principles such as switching off lights, computers and tools when not in use will be
communicated at site induction and regular toolbox talks. During procurement, low energy use
light bulbs and computer equipment will be sourced where possible. A policy for ensuring that
energy use is reduced where necessary will be implemented. Air conditioning units use
significant amounts of energy and the same principle will apply. It will be the responsibility of
the Project Manager to ensure that all non essential electrical equipment is switched during the
hours of darkness.
12.2 Fuel Consumption
Fuel consumption again is anticipated to be significant in terms of energy consumption. As part
of the Al Ryums reduction plan, an appropriate maintenance schedule will be rolled out to
ensure the most efficient use of plant and machinery. When not in use, generators will be
switched off and no generator being used on the site will be overloaded.

13.

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The project management will continue with its established practice of training all the site staff &
workers in EMP awareness training. Following environmental topics shall be covered in the tool
box talk:
Environmental Awareness
Segregation of waste
Energy Conservation
Emergency Response Procedures
Spill Response Flowchart
Ecological Management
Pollution Prevention
Air Quality Management
Induction about environmental awareness will be provided at site by the Safety Officer. Refer
Appendix VI for power point slides for Environmental Training of staff,
14.

Signage on Environmental Awareness


Following information can be displayed at various conspicuous locations at site:

Do not throw waste any where execpt in the bins provided

Make sure waste goes in the correct bin

Make sure none of the vehicle in your control leaks with respect to oil or fuel.

Always switch off electrical appliances when not in use.

Report faulty equipment that you think may affect the environment.

Oil and toxic wastes seep in to the earth, poisons underground water, kills dwelling
creatures and make land infertile.
14.1 Sample of Environmental Signage/Awarness

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Emergency Response Procedures


15.1

Introduction
During the course of Operation and maintenance, emergencies that have an environmental
impact may occur such as the spillage of fuel or other polluting materials. The main
objectives of the Emergency Preparedness Response Plan are to ensure that:

Environmental sensitivities on site are known and protected.


Environmental risks are identified for where an incident may occur; or an emergency
situation may arise.
Location of risk areas are identified (through the provision of site layout maps).
All means are available to contain the consequences of an accidental spill, fire or
release of oil/fuel.
Employees are suitably trained to respond to a fire or spill.
Proper reporting takes place.
Proper investigation is undertaken in the event of an incident.

Notification requirements to activate the emergency response procedures are provided in


subsequent paras. The relevant levels of emergency response are provided below.
Al Ryums personnel& sub-contractors must be instructed and rehearsed, as appropriate, in
the requirements of the emergency response procedure. Following control of an incident or
emergency, an investigation will be conducted and corrective actions identified and
addressed through Environmental Incident Form. The Safety Officer will verify the close
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out of environmental related actions. Consultant is responsible for notifying the EAD of any
emergency that is major in nature.

15.2

Spill Response Flow Chart

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Ensure that the area is safe for work


i.e. eliminate any sources of irrigation, switch off
plant, and extinguish sparks, flames

Contain the spillage immediately using spill kits,


containment booms, drip tray, etc

Notify supervisor immediately


Provide details of location, quantity and
substances/material involved.

Code Red
Major incident that requires significant resources
to be controlled or external assistance is
required.
Report to EAD at or the Municipality on 993

Code Blue
Minor incident that can be controlled without
external assistance.
Al Ryums HSE officer will inform ARE,
Safety, Parsons immediately then proceed with
clean up.

Dispose of material in accordance with EAD Requirements.


Complete Environmental incident investigation
Form and Submit to Environmental Project Manager.

15.3

Level of Emergency Response


Code Blue
An emergency that occurs at the site and can be managed initially without external
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assistance. Al Ryums HSE Officer shall contact Consultants RE / ARE (Safety).


Al Ryums Project Manager / Safety Officer shall initiate an increase in status if:

situation is escalating or control has not been established immediately;


the incident requires additional resources;
possible impact to client's reputation, and
resources committed are insufficient.

Code Red
An emergency where the site's asset resources have been fully committed or the time to
bring the incident under control is excessive or significant resources are required to control
the incident. Al Ryums Project Manager/ Safety Officerwill contact Consultants ARE
Safety.
Other characteristics of the emergency include:

15.4

facility and/or asset and/or surrounding environment;


life, property and the environment; and
likely impact to client's reputation.

Notification requirement
The notification requirements in the event of an environmental emergency during Operation
and maintenance are provided:
EMERGENCY SERVICES CONTACT NUMBERS
Ambulance
999 / 998
Fire Brigade
997
Police
999
Environment
02 693 4519, 050 6110633, 050 6170120, 050 612 3403,
050 781 1056
Agency (EAD)

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An Environmental Monitoring and Audit (EMA) Programme provides the framework for early
identification of environmental risks and facilitates the implementation of appropriate corrective
actions. This section describes the environmental monitoring and auditing Program for the
Operation and maintenance works involved in the project.
The main objectives of the EMA Programme are to:
Provide an early indication should any environmental control measure or practice fail to
achieve acceptable performance standards;

Monitor the performance of the project and the effectiveness of the mitigation measures;

Determine the project compliance with EAD requirements and take remedial action if
unexpected problems or unacceptable impacts arise.

16.1

Ensure Internal Audit is conducted by Al Ryum;


Environmental Monitoring Programme

The Environmental Monitoring Programmedeveloped for the project is enclosed in


Appendix VII . The monitoring plan covers following parameters:

Air Pollution Control


Water Pollution Control
Noise Control
Waste Management
Storage of chemicals and dangerous Goods
Resources Conservation
Permits and Regulations
Protection of welfare
Emergency Preparedness and Response
16.2
Environmental Audit Programme
An Environmental Audit Programme is required to check that all health, safety and
environment management activities are adequate in managing the environmental risks
associated with the Operation and maintenance works and to check compliance against
environmental control requirements, including compliance with legislative requirements.
This section provides details of the planned Environmental Audit Programme.

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The Environmental Audit Programme will comprise two elements:

Internal Audit Programme (at least one during the course of the project, if required); and
External Audit Programme by client or consultant as communicated from time to time.
17.

EMP Formats / Checklist


Following forms /checklists shall be followed for the project:
Environmental Site Inspection Checklist

Waste Transfer Note

Environmental Incident Form

Ref# Attached Appendix -1

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