Due diligence audits are essential tools in the assessment of an operational site’s saleability or viability. Approach / Scope Collection and review of readily available public information; Review of existing reports and documentation; Interviews of Quality Manager ,representatives from Business Units and other persons familiar with the land; Site walk-through for visual inspection; Investigation of
Outline/ Scope Investigate the environmental status of factories, industrial plants, petrol stations considered suspicious sites and evaluate whether they contain hidden risk factors and / or threats Determination of whether pollutants are present and / or have reached the highest target pollutant concentration in soil or groundwater Work generally requires several members of the environmental
The Regulation on Control of Soil Pollution and Point Source Contaminated Sites (RCPSC) published in 2010 and started to be fully implemented in 2015. The industrial facilities as per the regulation have prepared Facility Information Forms and registered in the Contaminated Site Assessment System until September, 2015. After this phase, the competent (private) organizations in
Approach / Scope Investigation of the company’s place in legislation, determining important issues Assessments of the adequacy of controls used to assure continued compliance; Assessments of compliance with related local, regional, state, and federal regulations, statutes, and policies, particularly those that have been incorporated into the permits by reference, and those that require the permitting
Approach / Scope Determination of compliance with the environmental and occupational health and safety legislation regarding the activities of the enterprises Provide easy access to relevant legislation and supporting guidance documents Record and retain documented information as evidence of compliance evaluation Document how and why the compliance obligations apply to their business Demonstrate how it
An Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) is conducted to assess the potential impacts of a planned project on the physical, biological and social environment. ESIA develops some methods to prevent, mitigate or compensate for these effects. This assessment is an integral part of a project and provides support to decision makers during project planning.
An asbestos survey involves taking samples of building materials and having them analyzed for asbestos fibers. Any material that contains greater than 1% asbestos fibers is considered to be an Asbestos Containing Material (ACM). These materials must be carefully handled following appropriate regulations to ensure that building occupants are not exposed. We conduct asbestos surveys