• Emergency Preparedness Plan

Emergency Preparedness is the discipline of dealing with and avoiding both natural and manmade disasters. It involves mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery in order to lessen the impact of disasters. Successful preparedness requires detailed planning and cooperation among each sectors. Emergency preparedness ranges from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) developing an all inclusive plan to mitigate natural disasters to the individual ensuring their car has plenty of fuel for a possible evacuation.

  • Environmental Awareness Programme

Environmental Awareness Programme refers to organized efforts to teach about how natural environments function and, particularly, how human beings can manage their behavior and ecosystems in order to live sustainably. The term is often used to imply education within the school system, from primary to post-secondary. However, it is sometimes used more broadly to include all efforts to educate the public and other audiences, including print materials, websites, media campaigns, etc. Related disciplines include outdoor education and experiential education. Environmental awareness is a learning process that increases people's knowledge and awareness about the environment and associated challenges, develops the necessary skills and expertise to address the challenges, and fosters attitudes, motivations, and commitments to make informed decisions and take responsible action.

  • Preparation of Prefeasibility Report for Environmental Project

A prefeasibility study (PFS) is broadly defined as preparatory studies enabling funders to undertake a successful feasibility study for a particular investment opportunity. Generally, the study will comprise sector investment options and priorities, initial scoping and costing of the identified investment project, and designing the governance and financing structures for implementation. Typical outputs provide the technical, financial, environmental, and social assessments of projects at a level of detail sufficient to write the terms of reference for a feasibility study. 

  • Waste & Hazardous Waste Audit

The Waste Audit is the first step for the implementation of an economical and ecological waste management system. Before actions towards a modern waste management can be done, a detailed picture of the current situation of the existing waste management must be available.
The goal of a Waste Audit is to conduct a survey of the waste streams and to learn where, how and why the waste is generated. With these researched data and information, it will be possible to set up a waste management concept to minimize the waste streams and to determine which actions will be most beneficial, as well as to identify potential areas for improvement of the current waste management.

  • Environmental Compliance Audit

Environmental Compliance Audits are intended to review the site's/company's legal compliance status in an operational context. Compliance audits generally begin with determining the applicable compliance requirements against which the operations will be assessed. This tends to include federal regulations, state regulations, permits and local ordinances/codes. In some cases, it may also include requirements within legal settlements.

  • Environmental Site Assessment

An environmental site assessment is a report prepared for a real estate holding that identifies potential or existing environmental contamination liabilities. The analysis, often called an ESA, typically addresses both the underlying land as well as physical improvements to the property. The actual sampling of soil, air, groundwater and/or building materials is typically not conducted during a Phase I ESA.

  • Environmental Social Impact Assessment

Environmental and Social Impact Assessments are generally required for investments involving a new, “greenfield” development or a significant expansion or modification of an existing facility before the proposed development may be authorised. 

  • Environmental Clearance (EC)

Environmental clearance is the permission for setting of certain projects which are going to impact environment considerably. To undertake any new project or expansion or modernisation of any industry, an environmental clearence must required.

  • Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)

An environmental impact assessment is a formal process used to predict the environmental consequences (positive or negative) of a plan, policy, program, or project prior to the implementation decision. Its proposes are to adjust impacts to acceptable levels or to investigate new technological solutions. Although an assessment may lead to difficult economic decisions and political and social concerns, environmental impact assessments protect the environment by providing a sound basis for effective and sustainable development. The purpose of the assessment is to ensure that decision makers consider the environmental impacts when deciding whether or not to proceed with a project. 

  • Environmental Management Plan (EMP)

Environmental management plan (EMP) refers to the management of an organization's environmental programs in a comprehensive, systematic, planned and documented manner. It includes the organizational structure, planning and resources for developing, implementing and maintaining policy for environmental protection.

  • Environmental Statement

An environmental statement (ES), under United States environmental law, is a document required by theNational Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) for certain actions "significantly affecting the quality of the human environment". An EIS is a tool for decision making. It describes the positive and negative environmental effects of a proposed action, and it usually also lists one or more alternative actions that may be chosen instead of the action described in the EIS.

  • Work Area Assessment (Noise/Illumination/Heat stress/ventilation/Gas)

Work Area Assessment is the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, control and prevention of hazards from work that may result in injury, illness, or affect the well being of workers. The risk of a health effect from a given stressor is a function of the hazard multiplied by the exposure to the individual or group.
For chemicals, the hazard can be understood by the dose response profile most often based on toxicological studies or models. Work area assessment includes proper understanding of chemical hazards, physical hazards, mechanical hazards, electrical hazards, noise and biological hazards. Depending on an individual's type of job & his/her exposure towards the concerned hazards, safety measures for the protection of workers, consumers and/or communities are generally taken.