Environmental Management and Environmental Impact Assesment (EIA)
- Environmental Screening and Preliminary Impact Assessment
- Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Reporting
- Assessment: Bathymetric, Hydrographic
- Seabed Survey Assessment
- Environmental Auditing and Inspection
- Environmental Management Plans For Construction And Operational phases of development
- Environmental Management Review (EMR)
- Waste Management Plans
- Environmental and Social Due Diligence
- Environmental Site Management (ESM) And Monitoring
- Environmental Education And Awareness Training
- Environmental Evaluation Studies (EES)
- Environmental Risk Assessments (ERA)
- Marine Environmental Management
- Implement Environmental Management System (EMS)
Oil Spill Containment and Remediation
Containing the spill will reduce the damage a spill can cause by keeping the product from migrating to other areas. The product spilled can be contained by using containment booms, earthen dams, absorbent material, or whatever is available to stop the spread. The final step is the cleanup of the contaminant from the affected area. The spill can then be recovered by mechanical means such as skimmers, vacuum trucks, or by the use of absorbent materials in the form of booms, pads, and particulate. We carry-out this activity for our esteem client.
Regulatory Compliance Assurance
We ensure on client meet regulators requirement in the Marine, Manufacturing, Oil and Gas Sector.
- Permitting and Regulatory Compliance Assistance
- ISO 14001:2015 Conformance Program Development and Review for Client
- Environmental Education and Training
- Ensuring Client Meet regulators requirement in the Marine industry, Oil and Gas sector
- Development of QHSE Management System
Health, Safety and Environmental Structure Implementation
- HSE Management System Development
- Supply of Safety Equipment such as PPE, live support equipment
- Noise Exposure Evaluation and Control
- Construction Safety Services
- Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems
- Ergonomics Programs
- Health and Safety Program Development
- Managed Outsourcing for Health and Safety
- Health and Safety Audits
- Health and Safety Committees
- Safe Patient Handling and Mobility
- Safety Training
Fire Extinguisher Servicing and Supply
We provide servicing, maintenance and inspection of portable fire equipment and stationary fire suppression and fire extinguishing system.
DCP fire extinguisher
CO2 fire extinguisher
We also have all fire Safety gadget and equipment.
Emergency Escape Breathing Device
In its most simple terms, an environmental management system (EMS) is an approach to identifying the ways that the environment is impacted by our work activities. An EMS helps set priorities for action and it challenges each and every employee to continually look for ways to lessen those impacts and to protect the environment.
There are various good reasons to convince the top management, for example, implementing an EMS would:
– fulfil supply chain requirements
– ensure continual environmental improvement
– comply with local and international legislation
– improve company image
– enhance favourable customer reaction, increase competitiveness
– reduce environmental risk and liability
– give a safer working environment and better emergency preparedness
– enhance staff environmental awareness, good for staff morale
– give positive public relations
– increase financial savings (resources saving, reduce pollution costs)
You may wish to ask the management to visit the web site of the Environmental Protection Department about ” WHY companies have sought ISO 14001 certification and WHAT benefits they gained from the process ” at the following address:
Environmental Impact Assessment “is a systematic process to identify, predict and evaluate the environmental effects of proposed actions and projects.” (UNEP EIA Training Resource Manual )
According to the Espoo Convention, EIA is “a national procedure for evaluating the likely impact of a proposed activity on the environment” (Article 1(vi)). Transboundary EIA is the same as EIA, but there is an explicit consideration of potential transboundary effects, including consultation and public participation in the affected Party (i.e. the country that may be affected by a project in the ‘Party of origin’ or, more formally, the Contracting Party or Parties to the Convention likely to be affected by the transboundary impact of a proposed activity)
What does EIA do?
When done well, EIA has several potential benefits:
- It may help the project proponent to identify project alternatives (alternative locations or technology, for example) and mitigation and compensatory measures that reduce the environmental impact of the project. Suggestions may come from the public, the EIA experts, the consultees and the developer.
- It may provide for public involvement in the project design, promoting understanding between the community and developer. It may also promote good governance in the longer term: for example, Almer & Koontz found that public hearings as part of an EIA process “provide important indirect benefits that can contribute to the capacity for democratic governance and an active civil society”.
The importance of Environmental Monitoring is to understand whether quality of environmental is getting better or worse. Information collected by Environmental Consultants by Monitoring Environment is very helpful to take decisions for government and non-governmental bodies. The most important purpose or benefit of Environmental monitoring is to see and analyze trends & patterns of presence of air pollutants in atmosphere.
Based on environmental monitoring data they can take decision to evaluate performance of with respect to regulations. If for eg. From 2010 to 2020 Air pollution has increased considerable then government can take decision to restrict limits for that particular location or for national level.