Environmental Compliance Life Cycle
- Every project whether it is Infrastructure, industrial, and mining at the time proposing has a different nature of business, Site selection or location, Category of the project, Manpower requirement, Project Implementation Schedule, Impact during construction phases, and operational phase due to the project to the Environment, Its Mitigation measures, Compliance obligations, Process for production material, Risk and Opportunity involved, and Different Environmental Policies and so on.
- These activities vary from service sectors to manufacturing sectors (whether project proponents and entities and individuals and companies and developers and investors and parties working on behalf of the project) but one major activity always remains constant irrespective of the nature of the project that projects life cycle which has a unique start and ends whether it is industrial or infrastructure.
- The most challenging task for the manufacturing companies is how to manage and plan the project with respect to the hundreds of Environmental regulations and compliances so that it goes on without any major problem coming along the way causing the failure or delay in the delivery. That’s where Northern Ridge teamwork comes into play.
- The project screening phase begins with kicking off a meeting to understand the project nature, Scope of the project, its category, risk and deadlines, project budget, understanding the client and stakeholders requirements, goals, objectives, also Undertaking a Feasibility study including the legal and technical aspects.
- The execution phase involved drafting the project reports, collecting the primary and secondary data from the project site and Government departments, conducting regular meetings with the team and clients; manage problems such as time management and quality management.
- The Monitor and performance phase involves monitoring and tracking the regular progress, to check whether the project is working smoothly and aligning with the management plan drafted in steps 1 and step 2. This phase also tells whether the project requires some quality controlling or enhancement or improving measures.
- The Closure phase has the follow-up and the final product or service is ready to be delivered and the project clearance and regulatory compliance have been granted and complied with. Sometimes it is not necessary that a project undergoing from the first step to the last step gets a successful completion. A project may lead to loss or maybe a delayed delivery because of different reasons; it may be due to wrong assessment of feasibility report, budget planning, quality compromise, and legal aspects, etc.
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