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  • NORTH BLYTH BIOMASS PROJECT THE PROPOSED NORTH BLYTH BIOMASS POWER STATION ORDER

    APFP Regulation: 5(2)(a)

    Document Title: Environmental Requirements of Contractors (Appendix 4.7 of Environmental Statement) Date: March 2012 Author: RES UK & Ireland Ltd Document Number: 6.2.13

    Document Ref: 02377-001816 Issue: 02

  • Revision History Document Title: Environmental Requirements of Contractors (Appendix 4.7 of Environmental Statement) Revision Date Author

    01 25/05/06 RES UK & Ireland Ltd 02 13/06/07 RES UK & Ireland Ltd 03 17/04/08 RES UK & Ireland Ltd 04 20/01/09 RES UK & Ireland Ltd 05 19/03/09 RES UK & Ireland Ltd 06 27/07/09 RES UK & Ireland Ltd 07 02/12/09 RES UK & Ireland Ltd 08 09/03/11 RES UK & Ireland Ltd 09 12/09/11 RES UK & Ireland Ltd

    Document Ref: 02377-001816 Issue: 02

  • Environmental Requirements of Contractors (example document) Non-Wind Version

    Report No: 01226R00016

    Document Ref: 02377-001816 Issue: 02

  • Revision History

    Issue Date Nature And Location Of Change 01 25/05/06 Generic EMS Procedure adapted from EMS Template

    01157R00005-03 which is now discontinued 02 13/06/07 SF6, oil interceptor and spill kit requirements updated 03 17/04/08 6.2 ii updated

    6.5 iv inserted 04 20/01/09 Updated logo 05 19/03/09 SNH, unexpected wildlife & sustainable wood added 06 27/07/09 Para 6.4.1 reworded, App 2 Points 2 & 5 clarified. EHS

    changed to NIEA. Documents hyperlinked. PPG5 replaced with latest version.

    07 2/12/09 Procedure revised to remove copies of PPGs included as Appendix 4, new font incorporated. Sub-Contractor changed to Contractor. Para 6.4 i). additional wording regarding oil pollution and requirement to check bowser interbund on a regular basis. Para 6.4 iii). Clearer requirements for delivery pipes and pumps. Para 6.4 vi) & v), same wording just re-ordered. Para 6.6 new i) inserted and subsequent sub-paras incremented. Para 6.6 iii). Clarifies requirement for copies of licences. Para 6.7 ii). new silt pollution wording added, subsequent sub-paras incremented. Para 7.0 Completed Waste Transfer Notes added as a deliverable. Appendix 2 replication removed from Para 2.

    08 9/3/11 Para 6.4 ii) & Appendix 3 revised to include provision of Kelp bio-remediation solution on site to cope with any oil spills. Para 6.6 iv) SmartWaste included. Para 6.8 iii) Plant spill kits & operative training included.

    09 12/9/11 Non wind version created.

    Document Ref: 02377-001816 Issue: 02

  • CONTENTS

    0.0 JURISDICTION ............................................................................................................................................... 1

    1.0 OBJECTIVES ................................................................................................................................................... 1

    2.0 DEFINITIONS .................................................................................................................................................. 1

    3.0 SCOPE ............................................................................................................................................................. 1

    4.0 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS ........................................................................................................................... 1

    5.0 RESPONSIBILITIES ........................................................................................................................................ 2

    6.0 PROCEDURE ................................................................................................................................................... 3

    6.1 EXISTING FEATURES 3

    6.2 SITE DRAINAGE 4

    6.3 DELIVERIES 4

    6.4 STORAGE OF FUELS, OILS AND CHEMICALS 5

    6.5 COSHH 6

    6.6 WASTE MANAGEMENT 7

    6.7 EARTHWORKS 8

    6.8 PLANT 9

    6.9 ROAD CLEANLINESS 10

    6.10 DRIP TRAYS 10

    6.11 CONCRETE 10

    6.12 EMERGENCIES 11

    6.13 WILDLIFE 11

    6.14 FENCING AND WOOD 12

    6.15 TRAINING AND AWARENESS 12

    7.0 DELIVERABLES ............................................................................................................................................ 12

    8.0 APPENDIXES ................................................................................................................................................ 12

    Appendix 1 - Fuel and oil storage (mobile refuelling point) 13

    Appendix 2 - Dealing with silty water 15

    Appendix 3 - Spill Kits 18

    Appendix 4 - Enviromental Requirements of Contractors Receipt for Issue 20

    Document Ref: 02377-001816 Issue: 02

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    0.0 JURISDICTION

    When using this Procedure the user must ensure that the legislation of the country in which it is being used is being complied with.

    This Procedure has been generated from RES template 01135R00001: Issue: 08 in accordance with RES Procedure 01135R00015, Control of Documents replacing template 01157R00005 Environmental Requirements from Contractors Template.

    1.0 OBJECTIVES

    This procedure aims to identify environmentally safe working procedures and standards for particular operations that must be implemented by all Contractors when working on a site managed by RES. These procedures have been developed to ensure that RES and all its Contractors comply with UK Environment Agency, Northern Ireland Environment Agency and Scottish Environment Protection Agency Pollution Prevention Guidelines, and additional planning requirements set out by the Local Planning Authority and other enforcing bodies.

    2.0 DEFINITIONS

    Abbreviation or term Explanation of abbreviation or term i) C Contractor:

    The person or persons, firm or company, including its employees and agents or Contractors, to whom the Company has awarded a contract, which requires work to be carried out on the Companies premises or sites.

    ii) COSHH Control of Substances Hazardous to Health iii) CSM Construction Site Manager iv) EA Environment Agency vi) EM Environmental Manager vii) NIEA Northern Ireland Environment Agency vii) SEPA Scottish Environment Protection Agency viii) SNH Scottish Natural Heritage

    3.0 SCOPE

    This procedure is applicable to RES employees and all RES Contractors working on construction sites managed by RES. The following procedures provide minimum requirements to address environmental hazards that will normally be encountered during the construction of a project. Contractors shall remain responsible for the assessment of project specific environmental risks and the identification and application of all preventative measures, which shall form part of a Contractors work instruction (method statement).

    4.0 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

    This procedure should be read and implemented in conjunction with: i) Environmental Emergency Preparedness & Response Plan - 01226R00010 ii) Emergency Procedure in the Event of a Contaminant Spill 01276R00001 iii) Project Construction & Decommissioning Method Statement Template - 01157R00010

    Document Ref: 02377-001816 Issue: 02

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    iv) Environmental Checklist 01157R00017 v) Reporting and Recording 01276R00002 vi) All Environment Agency/SEPA Pollution Prevention Guidelines (PPGs) are applicable.

    CIRIA reference and guidance material was used to support and inform best practise within this procedure.

    5.0 RESPONSIBILITIES

    Contractors will identify all potential environmental risks within the construction site, report these to the CSM, and ensure that all employees working on the RES managed project follow and adhere to these procedures as absolute minimum requirements. These responsibilities are supplementary to project specific requirements detailed in Contract specifications. The CSM shall complete the environmental check-sheet template 01157R00017 at regular intervals (interval at the discretion of the CSM depending on level of works on site but at least once per month), and any actions arising from this shall be discussed with Contractors at the site safety meetings. Completed check-sheets shall be stored in the Construction Environmental Plan and any actions shall be completed within the agreed time frame. Contractors shall be responsible for informing RES of any environmental incident or potential incident as soon as practicable. The CSM shall be responsible for informing the EM of any environmental incident or emergency which may occur on the construction site and completing the relevant form under the reporting and recording work instruction 01276R00002.

    Document Ref: 02377-001816 Issue: 02

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    6.0 PROCEDURE

    6.1 EXISTING FEATURES Responsibility

    Contaminated Land i) Areas of contaminated land will be identified in the Project

    Health and Safety Plan. Where the construction works require the disturbance of these areas the procedure to be used shall also be detailed in the Project Health and Safety Plan. Any remediation or disposal of contaminated land will only be carried out following consultation with the local environmental authority.

    If it is not necessary to disturb these areas then it is important that any contaminated area is fenced off and all personnel are aware of this hazard through induction and the site rules.

    CSM C

    ii) Where any unexpected and potentially hazardous obstacles are encountered, construction in the area should cease until specialist advice is sought.

    C

    Underground Services i) Existing underground services will be identified in the Project

    Health and Safety Plan, which will include procedures for th

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