CPCCBC5011A Manage environmental management practices and processes in building and construction

Building and Construction

Q.1 What documents should be cross-referenced in an Environmental Management Plan?

Q.2. What information would you include in the Project description?

Q.3. Who is responsible for environmental management on a construction project?

Q.4. What should the EMP specify with regard to emergency processes?

Q.5. When and why is risk assessment undertaken?

Q.6. When and how should an EMP be reviewed?Q.7. When and how should an EMP be reviewed?

Q.7. Describe how the following table is utilised for managing environmental practices and processes:

Q.8.

Answer true or false for each of the following:
(a) Licence or permit may be withdrawn.
– True
– False

(b) If the organization’s environmental management plan is not followed the environment may be damaged.
– True
– False

(c) An organisation’s reputation may be affected.
– True
– False

(d) The organization may be fined.
– True
– False

(e) An individual may suffer consequences for not working according to the
organizational plan.
– True
– False

(f) An environmental management plan cannot be altered once it is in place.
– True
– False

(g) Plans and procedures make clear the work practices staff need to adopt to improve environmental practices and resource efficiency.
– True
– False

Q.9 How would you identify your environmental impact?

Q.10. Briefly outline how staff can be included in environmental management.

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