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The EMS will, inter alia, provide for the preparation and implementation of a programme of environmental monitoring and auditing to ensure that EAOW environmental standards are being adhered to. A number of positions relating to clerks of works, officers etc are specified by this OCoCP and the other plans within Table 1. The project EMP will contain a comprehensive list of these positions.


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Prior to the commencement of construction works the CoCP will be sent out to the Local Authorities for review and approval.


EAOL will then publish the final version of the CoCP and provide a copy to statutory bodies and the local authorities. The measures and standards identified in the CoCP will then be implemented by the appointed Contractors.


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EAOL will work with the relevant local authority to ensure appropriate resourcing is in place to monitor compliance with the provisions of the CoCP.


Health and Safety Principles


EAOW recognises that its decisions and activities have a direct impact on the health, safety and welfare of those working for us and on our behalf. We shall set specific health and safety goals and monitor performance in relation to either the construction or operation and maintenance of our renewable energy generating projects. By our commitments:


Demonstrate our commitment to health and safety by our actions and behaviours


Ensure that Health and Safety issues are fully considered as an integral part of project management throughout the project life; from design, through construction, operation and maintenance, and future demolition


Require all designers to consider and include the control measures necessary to minimise the risks to the health and safety of all those engaged in construction, maintenance (and demolition) of the project or to others who may be affected


Ensure that suitably competent EAOW employees and other designers, engineers, supervisors and contractors from other organisations are engaged to undertake the responsibilities associated with the project


Ensure that all products, materials and processes used in construction, operation


and maintenance present no significant risk to the health and safety of persons carrying out those duties or to others who may be affected by that activity


Outline Code of Construction Practice. Version 3.


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