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An Effective Approach To
Prepare Bill of Quantities
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Protection And
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Roads Branch Public Works Department Malaysia Jalan Sultan Salahuddin 50582 Kuala Lumpur

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AN EFFECTIVE APPROACH TO PREPARE BILL OF QUANTITIES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENT Preface There
AN EFFECTIVE APPROACH TO PREPARE BILL OF QUANTITIES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENT Preface There
AN EFFECTIVE APPROACH TO PREPARE BILL OF QUANTITIES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENT Preface There

AN EFFECTIVE APPROACH TO PREPARE BILL OF QUANTITIES FOR

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENT

Preface

There is an urgent need for the construction industry to address the issues of environmental problems arising from the accelerated infrastructure develop- ment. In this aspect, Jabatan Kerja Raya (JKR) Malaysia has moved forward in defining the environmental requirements by incorporating Environmental Management Plan (EMP) into tender documents. However, the success and effectiveness of this approach does not rely solely on the EMP but also on the need to enhance the commitment and awareness of all parties involved,

particularly the developers/contractors, and decision makers.

designers, consultants, academicians

It is of utmost importance to produce tender documents which are clear and comprehensive. A revision on environmental protection and enhancements in JKR Tender Documents has been done by itemising the environmental works into the Bill of Quantities to allow contractors to tender a realistic price.

This Arahan Teknik provides changes to the items in the Tender Document with regards to the Condition of Contracts, Instructions to Tenderers,

Drawings.

had been presented during the

Specification to Environmental Protection and Enhancements, Preamble to

Bill of Quantities, Bill of Quantities and

The draft version of this Arahan Teknik

National Engineering Conference of Awam 2001 organized by Universiti Sains Malaysia in February 2002, Seminar on Best Earthworks Management Practices in Construction Industry which was jointly organized by Construction Industry Development Board, Department of Environment and JKR Malaysia in March 2002, and during the Assistant Directors (Road) Meeting in Mac 2002. It was also presented during the Workshop on Environmental Consideration in Road Projects in April 2002 organized by the Road Engineering Association of Malaysia (REAM) and JKR Malaysia.

organized by the Road Engineering Association of Malaysia (REAM) and JKR Malaysia. ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN
organized by the Road Engineering Association of Malaysia (REAM) and JKR Malaysia. ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN
organized by the Road Engineering Association of Malaysia (REAM) and JKR Malaysia. ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN

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    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN The idea of incorporating Environmental Management
    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN The idea of incorporating Environmental Management
 
   
 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN

The idea of incorporating Environmental Management Plan(EMP) into con- tract documents was conceived in November 1999 through the sub-commit- tee of environmental management which was chaired by Tn. Hj. Abu Harith bin Shamsuddin of Unit Rekabentuk Jalan, Cawangan Jalan. This sub-com- mittee comprises thirteen (13) multi-disciplinary personnel as listed below:-

1.

Tn. Hj. Abu Harith Shamsuddin

: Cawangan Jalan (Chairman)

2.

Dr. Roslan Md Taha

: Cawangan Alam Sekitar

3.

Cik Sutina Ghazali

: Cawangan Kerja Pendidikan

4.

Pn. Aishah Othman

: Cawangan Jalan

4.

Cik Lee Bee Chew

: Cawangan Arkitek

5.

Pn. Hjh. Halimaton Che Wan

: Cawangan Kerja Bangunan Am

6.

Pn. Maselawati Shamsuddin

: Cawangan Kontrak dan Ukur Bahan

7.

Pn. Norazizah Modiran

: JKR Selangor

8.

Pn. Mastura Shaari

: Cawangan Kerja Bangunan Am

9.

En. Ahmad Zaidi Mat Said

: Cawangan Alam Sekitar

10.

En. Iza Rosman Zainal

: Cawangan Pakar dan Kejuruteraan Awam

11.

En. Romzi Mat Zainul

: HSSI Integrated Sdn. Bhd

12.

En. Norman Md. Rabani

: Cawangan Jalan

Awam 11. En. Romzi Mat Zainul : HSSI Integrated Sdn. Bhd 12. En. Norman Md. Rabani
: HSSI Integrated Sdn. Bhd 12. En. Norman Md. Rabani : Cawangan Jalan ARAHAN TEKNIK (
: HSSI Integrated Sdn. Bhd 12. En. Norman Md. Rabani : Cawangan Jalan ARAHAN TEKNIK (

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Arahan Teknik (Jalan) 22/01 - A Practical Guide To Prepare Bill Of Quantities
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Arahan Teknik (Jalan) 22/01 - A Practical Guide To Prepare Bill Of Quantities
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Arahan Teknik (Jalan) 22/01 - A Practical Guide To Prepare Bill Of Quantities

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Arahan Teknik (Jalan) 22/01 - A Practical Guide To Prepare Bill Of Quantities For Environmental Protection And Enhancements provides some guidelines for the preparation of Tender Documents. It comprises the Instructions to Tenderers, Condition of Contracts, Specification to Environmental Protection and Enhancements, Preamble to Bill of Quantities, Bill of Quantities and Drawings.

Guidelines on the preparation of an Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and Bulk Fuel Storage Tanks and an example of Needs Statement are pre-

sented. Photographs of environmental

silt fences, sediment basins, slope protection works, green/animal crossings

and by passes, salvaging of protected

scheduled waste and skid tanks are enclosed. In addition, monitoring of water, air and noise as well as the good and bad practices of environmental management during construction locally and abroad are highlighted.

mitigating measures such as silt traps,

species and proper management of

mitigating measures such as silt traps, species and proper management of ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )
mitigating measures such as silt traps, species and proper management of ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )
mitigating measures such as silt traps, species and proper management of ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )

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    CONTENTS CONTENTS 1.0 INTRODUCTION 2.0 OBJECTIVES 3.0 INSTRUCTION TO TENDERERS
    CONTENTS CONTENTS 1.0 INTRODUCTION 2.0 OBJECTIVES 3.0 INSTRUCTION TO TENDERERS
 
   
 

CONTENTS

CONTENTS

1.0

INTRODUCTION

2.0

OBJECTIVES

3.0

INSTRUCTION TO TENDERERS

3.1

Environmental Management Plan (EMP).

4.0

CONDITION OF CONTRACT

4.1

Environmental Management Plan (EMP)

5.0

SPECIFICATION : ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Legislation And Regulation

5.3 Site Office And Accommodation

 

5.3.1 Site Office, Workshop And Store

5.3.2 Accommodation for Workmen

5.3.3 Utilities

5.3.3.1

Water Supply

5.3.3.2

Sanitary Facilities

5.3.3.3

Garbage disposal

 

5.4 Environmental Management Plan

5.5 Site Clearing, Earthworks And Excavation

 

5.5.1 Site clearing

5.5.2 Earthworks And Excavation

 

5.6 Access Roads And Existing Road

5.7 Pollution Controls

 

5.7.1 Dust Control

5.7.2 Noise Control

5.7.3 Noise Barrier

5.7.4 Water Pollution

5.7.5 Air Quality

 

5.8 Preservation Of Flora And Fauna

 

5.8.1 Flora

5.8.2 Fauna

 

5.9 Requirements In Relation To Waterways

 
 
5.8.2 Fauna   5.9 Requirements In Relation To Waterways   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN ) 16
5.8.2 Fauna   5.9 Requirements In Relation To Waterways   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN ) 16

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      5.10 Permanent Drainage Works 5.11 Revegetation Vertiver Hedgerow Grass   5.11.1
      5.10 Permanent Drainage Works 5.11 Revegetation Vertiver Hedgerow Grass   5.11.1
 
   
 
 

5.10 Permanent Drainage Works

5.11 Revegetation Vertiver Hedgerow Grass

 

5.11.1 General

5.11.2 Plant Materials

5.11.3 Starting Materials

5.11.4 Container Plants

 

5.11.4.1 Roots

5.11.4.2 Tops

(shoot system)

5.11.4.3 Age of container plant

5.11.4.4 Site Nursery

5.11.4.5 Field

Planting

 

5.11.4.6 Establishment And Maintenance

5.11.4.7 Quality On Delivery On Hedgerows

 

5.12

Erosion Control Measurement

 

5.12.1

Silt Fences

5.12.2

Silt Trap

 

5.12.2.1

Gabion Wall

 

5.12.3

Sediment Basin

6.0

PREAMBLE

6.1 Silt Fences

6.2 Silt Traps and Sediment Basin

6.3 Gabion Walls

6.4 Lorry Wash Troughs

6.5 Noise Barrier

6.6 Flora Survey

7.0

BILL OF QUANTITIES 7.1Environmental Protection Works

8.0

DRAWINGS

 

8.1 Silt Fence

8.2 Gabion Silt Traps

8.3 Gabion Wall at Steep Slope

8.4 Gabion Sediment Basin on Flat Ground (Type 1)

8.5 Gabion Sediment Basin on Slope (Type 2)

8.6 Gabion Arrangement

8.7 Lorry Wash Trough

8.8 Skid Tank

 
 
8.6 Gabion Arrangement 8.7 Lorry Wash Trough 8.8 Skid Tank   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )
8.6 Gabion Arrangement 8.7 Lorry Wash Trough 8.8 Skid Tank   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )

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    9.0 APPENDICES APPENDIX A - GENERAL GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION   of the
    9.0 APPENDICES APPENDIX A - GENERAL GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION   of the
 
   
 

9.0

APPENDICES

APPENDIX A -

GENERAL GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION

 

of the ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMP)

 

APPENDIX B -

GUIDELINES FOR BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS

APPENDIX C -

EXAMPLE OF NEEDS STATEMENT FOR ROAD PROJECTS

APPENDIX D -

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL (DOE’s) FORMAT FOR PREPARATION OF EMP

APPENDIX E -

PHOTOGRAPHS OF MITIGATION MEASURES

APPENDIX F -

PHOTOGRAPHS OF ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING

10.0

REFERENCES

 
 
F - PHOTOGRAPHS OF ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING 10.0 REFERENCES   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN ) 16 /
F - PHOTOGRAPHS OF ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING 10.0 REFERENCES   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN ) 16 /

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    1.0 INTRODUCTION 3.0 INSTRUCTION TO TENDERERS   This Arahan Teknik (Jalan) 16/03 is
    1.0 INTRODUCTION 3.0 INSTRUCTION TO TENDERERS   This Arahan Teknik (Jalan) 16/03 is
 
   
 

1.0

INTRODUCTION

3.0 INSTRUCTION TO TENDERERS

 

This Arahan Teknik (Jalan) 16/03 is a reference for the incorporation of environmental protection and enhancements measures in executing con- tracts. The designer shall choose only relevant sections in this Arahan Teknik which are applicable to his/her proj- ect.

3.1 Environmental Management Plan (EMP)

As stated in the Contract Specification issued by the Jabatan Kerja Raya on behalf of the Government of Malaysia, the Contractor shall comply with all legal duties and obligations regarding the protection of the environment as laid down in the Environmental Quality Act 1974 (Act 127). Before the commencement of works Contractor shall submit to the Superintendent Officer (S.O.), Environmental Management Plan (EMP), detailing the Contractor’s proposed arrangement for the abate- ment and mitigation measures for environmental protection, environmental monitoring, testing programme and report- ing, and his organisation chart.

2.0

OBJECTIVES

 

The objectives of this Arahan Teknik (Jalan) 16/03 are as follow:

(i)

To assist contractors to price environmental protection measures accordingly.

(ii)

To provide relevant information for the amount of work to be carried out as per requirements.

(iii)

To instill good environ- mental management and monitoring prac- tices during construc- tion.

 

(iv)

To protect, restore and enhance quality of the environment due to project construction.

 
 
and enhance quality of the environment due to project construction.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )
and enhance quality of the environment due to project construction.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )

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  4.0 CONDITION OF CONTRACT The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report and the Conditions of
  4.0 CONDITION OF CONTRACT The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report and the Conditions of
 
 

4.0 CONDITION OF CONTRACT

The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report and the Conditions of Approval given by the Department of Environment (DOE), where applicable, will be made avail- able by the Government to assist the Contractor in preparing the EMP.

4.1 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMP)

Tenderers are required to comply with all legal duties and obligations regarding the protection of the environment as laid down in the Environment Quality Act 1974 (Act 127).

Within thirty (30) days from the Letter of Acceptance the successful tenderer shall sub- mit for the S.O.’s approval a detailed Environmental Management Plan (EMP) based on the general guide- lines for the preparation of the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) as given in Appendix A. The EMP shall include the Contractor’s pro- posed arrangements of struc- tural organisation, work pro- gram chart related to environ- ment, abatement and mitiga- tion measures for environ- mental protection, environ- mental monitoring programme and reporting. The cost of preparing the EMP including the cost involved obtaining the services of Environmental Consultant shall be deemed to be borne by the Contractor.

 
cost involved obtaining the services of Environmental Consultant shall be deemed to be borne by the
Environmental Consultant shall be deemed to be borne by the Contractor.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN
Environmental Consultant shall be deemed to be borne by the Contractor.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN

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SPECIFICATION Page 10
SPECIFICATION Page 10
SPECIFICATION Page 10

SPECIFICATION

SPECIFICATION Page 10
SPECIFICATION Page 10
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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS   5.0 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS d) Environmental
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS   5.0 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS d) Environmental
 
 

5.0 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS

d) Environmental Quality (Scheduled Wastes) Regulations 1989

e) Sewerage Services Act 1993 – Act 580

5.1 INTRODUCTION

f) Street, Drainage and

This section contains the specifications relating to envi- ronmental matter in the exe- cution of this contract. Where these matters appear also at other sections of this docu- ment, this specification shall take precedence.

Building Act, 1974: Act

133

g) Protection of Wildlife Act, 11972 (Act 1976)

h) Land Conservation Act,

1960

5.2 LEGISLATION AND REGULATION

i) Drainage Work Ordinance 1954

The Contractor shall at all times adhere to all existing statutes regarding the protec- tion of the Environment.

j) Water Enactment – Chapter 146: Water

(1935)

The Contractor shall be aware of the followings legislation and subsidiary legislations made thereunder and take all measures necessary to ensure compliance.

The Contractor shall be liable for and shall indemnify the Government against any dam- age, expense, liability, loss, claim, prosecution, proceed- ing, fine, penalty caused by non-compliance or contraven- tion of above legislation.

a) Environmental Quality Act, 1974 (Act 127) and subsidiary legislations made thereunder

b) Environmental Quality (Sewage and Industrial

Effluents) Regulations

1979

c) Environmental Quality

(Clean Air) Regulations

1978

Quality (Sewage and Industrial Effluents) Regulations 1979 c) Environmental Quality (Clean Air) Regulations 1978
1979 c) Environmental Quality (Clean Air) Regulations 1978 ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN ) 16 / 03
1979 c) Environmental Quality (Clean Air) Regulations 1978 ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN ) 16 / 03

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS     5.3 SITE OFFICE AND ACCOMMODATION 5.3.2 Accommodation
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS     5.3 SITE OFFICE AND ACCOMMODATION 5.3.2 Accommodation
 
   
 

5.3

SITE OFFICE AND ACCOMMODATION

5.3.2

Accommodation for Workmen

5.3.1

Site office, workshop and store

a) The Contractor shall provide and maintain at

a) The Contractor shall provide and maintain at the Site, suitable and sufficient offices for his own use and that of the S.O. and his represen- tative.

b) The Contractor shall also provide and main- tain at the Site suitable workshops and stores for him to carry out his works.

c) The Contractor is pro- hibited from discharg- ing oil and grease to any watercourses. Any spilled oil and grease shall be promptly removed by the Contractor. The Contractor shall collect and store used oil and grease and dispose them according to methods approved by Department of Environment.

the Site, suitable and sufficient accommoda- tion and camps for his workmen and supervi- sory staff as required in the Contract.

b) The locations of the workmen’s accommo- dation shall be agreed beforehand with the S.O. and shall be such as to avoid obstruction and nuisance to the Works and public and

shall be laid out in an approved and orderly manner.

c) The Construction and habitation of the accommodation shall comply with the local statutory or other Government authorities and subjected to the approval of the S.O.

d) Sufficient toilet facilities shall be provided to the satisfaction of the S.O. and in accordance with Ministry of Health Regulations. Proper provision shall be made for the disposal of all waste and refuse and there shall be adequate supply of water for washing, cooking and drinking purposes. The

 
 
supply of water for washing, cooking and drinking purposes. The   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )
supply of water for washing, cooking and drinking purposes. The   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS     sleeping quarters shall be properly ventilated and lighted.
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS     sleeping quarters shall be properly ventilated and lighted.
 
   
 

sleeping quarters shall be properly ventilated and lighted.

 

ing construction of the installation. The Contractor shall provide an adequate supply of potable water on the Site. The quality, num- ber, capacity and loca- tion of the drinking points shall be to the satisfaction of the S.O.

 

e)

The Contractor shall be wholly responsible for the workmen at the accommodation provid- ed. Activities such as hunting/ trapping of wildlife should be strict- ly forbidden and fines/ penalties shall be imposed on the Contractor by the rele- vant Government Departments.

 

c)

Potable water shall comply with the requirements of World Health Organization Standards.

5.3.3.2 Sanitary Facilities

5.3.3

Utilities

a) The Contractor shall supply, construct, oper- ate and maintain tem- porary toilet facilities at appropriate locations on site. Facilities shall be complete with ade- quate water closets, urinals and hand- basins, and proper san- itary system. The loca- tion of these facilities and their construction shall be as approved by the S.O.

5.3.3.1 Water Supply

 

a) The Contractor shall design, supply, install, operate and maintain a system for potable water supply to his facilities in the con- struction work area including site offices. The supply shall be taken from sources approved by the S.O.

b) The Contractor shall submit his plans for the water supply and retic- ulation system, includ- ing filtration, chlorina- tion and other pro- posed treatment, to the S.O for approval, not less than thirty (30) days before commenc-

b) The Contractor shall maintain the Site and toilet in a clean and sanitary condition shall comply with all require- ments of the Ministry of Health.

 
 
shall comply with all require- ments of the Ministry of Health.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN
shall comply with all require- ments of the Ministry of Health.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS       c) All waste-waters must be treated such that its
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS       c) All waste-waters must be treated such that its
 
   
 
 

c)

All waste-waters must be treated such that its discharged effluent meet the requirements

5.5

SITE CLEARING, EARTH- WORKS AND EXCAVATION

 

of all existing regula- tions and legislations.

5.5.1

Site Clearing

5.3.3.3 Garbage disposal

Should be read in conjunction to specification in Standard Specification For Road Works.

 

a) The Contractor shall undertake the collection and disposal of garbage from the area. Garbage collection shall be made at least twice each week at times approved by the S.O. and the services

a) Site clearing should be done in stages and no burning of cleared veg- etation and debris shall be allowed unless approval has been obtained from the Director General of

shall be continued until completion of the Works.

b) Garbage or construc- tion waste materials shall be disposed off in a locally available land- fill or hauled to disposal sites approved by the S.O.

Department of Environment.

b) Cleared vegetation and debris should be dis- posed off in designated spoil tips which must be approved by the S.O. The method of depositing the spoil tips must be properly engi- neered, designed and approved by the S.O. Unless otherwise stat- ed, the Contractor shall be responsible for iden- tifying these disposal areas. The dump site/disposal areas are to be finalised before any site clearing is allowed to be carried out.

5.4

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN

 

When necessary as stipulated in the instructions to tenderer, the Contractor shall submit for the S.O. approval a detailed Environmental Management Plan (EMP) as described in the General Guideline for the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) – by the Contractor.

 
   
 
the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) – by the Contractor.     ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )
the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) – by the Contractor.     ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS c) On no account should cleared vegetation, debris and spoils be deposited
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS c) On no account should cleared vegetation, debris and spoils be deposited
c) On no account should cleared vegetation, debris and spoils be deposited or pushed into

c) On no account should cleared vegetation, debris and spoils be deposited or pushed into water-courses, streams and rivers.

h) Erosion mitigating measures are to start before commencement of site clearing and earthworks. This include planning for ‘work in stages’ and also plans for diverting as much as possible surface runoff from the work areas.

d) Trees and vegetation identified for conserva- tion must be protected by the Contractor at all costs.

e) Other clearing activities such as access road construction, site office and work-camp con- struction, etc shall pro- ceed with minimal cut- ting of trees and site clearing. The intended area shall be marked out for the S.O.’s inspection and approval prior to any site clear- ing works.

f) Site clearing should be from the centre of the road outwards towards the right-of-way bound- ary to enable escape of wildlife into neighboring jungles.

i) The Contractor shall provide all necessary temporary drainage for keeping the site and other areas free of standing water. Effort must be made to chan- nel the surface runoff as much as possible away from the work areas.

j) If due to unforseen cir- cumstance turfing can- not be carried out immediately to the slope exposed areas, temporary protection/cover (e.g. plastic sheet or equiva- lent) shall be applied to exposed surfaces by the Contractor.

g) Holes and cavities resulting from the clear- ing, grubbing, destump- ing and de-rooting shall be backfilled with acceptable materials and compacted to approximate densities of adjacent areas.

ing and de-rooting shall be backfilled with acceptable materials and compacted to approximate densities of adjacent

k) Should the Contractor fail to ensure all the above, the S.O. will appoint other Contractors to carry out the said work and all costs incurred will be charged to the default- ing Contractor and deducted from monies

due to him.

be charged to the default- ing Contractor and deducted from monies due to him. ARAHAN TEKNIK
be charged to the default- ing Contractor and deducted from monies due to him. ARAHAN TEKNIK

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS     5.5.2 Earthworks And Excavation c) All temporary drainage,
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS     5.5.2 Earthworks And Excavation c) All temporary drainage,
 
   
 

5.5.2

Earthworks And Excavation

c) All temporary drainage, mitigation measures (e.g. silt traps and silt fence) must be con- structed before any earthworks is to be car- ried out and maintained throughout construction period to ensure their effectiveness.

d) Unsuitable materials and surplus earth shall be disposed off in des- ignated spoil tips. The method of depositing the spoil tips must be properly engineered designed and approved by the S.O. Unless oth- erwise stated, the Contractor shall be responsible for identify- ing these disposal areas. The dump site/ disposal areas are to be finalised and approved by the S.O. before any earthworks allowed to be carried out. In the event addi- tional disposal areas (spoil tips) are required, the Contractor shall be responsible for identify- ing these disposal areas which shall be approved by the S.O.

e) Unsuitable materials and surplus earth need to be sufficiently grad- ed, leveled and revege- tated. No tipping is to be allowed.

a) All silt traps, sedimen- tation basins, erosion control measures and drainage system as shown in Drawings must be constructed in stages and maintained by the Contractor. The locations of these miti- gating measures shall be detailed and shown on plan as required by the S.O.

Water discharging from the silt trap/sedimenta- tion basin should have total suspended solids level of 150 mg/l or as specified in the Condition of Approval of EIA. The monitoring schedule is as stated in the Environmental Management Plan (EMP).

b) The Contractor shall provide all necessary temporary drainage for keeping the site and other areas free of standing water before and during any earth- works started. Effort must be made to chan- nel the surface runoff as much as possible away from the work areas.

 
 
nel the surface runoff as much as possible away from the work areas.   ARAHAN TEKNIK
nel the surface runoff as much as possible away from the work areas.   ARAHAN TEKNIK

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS   f) The Contractor shall 5.6 schedule as much as possible of
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS   f) The Contractor shall 5.6 schedule as much as possible of
 
 

f) The Contractor shall

5.6

schedule as much as possible of the earth- works to be carried out during dry weather periods.

g) The Contractor shall also carry out earth- works in a systematic/orderly manner to minimise earth surfaces from being exposed bare for long periods. The sequence of earth- works should be in compliance with the Environmental Management Plan.

h) Turfing or hydroseeding must be carried out immediately after earth- works and before work on other berm/lift com- mences. If due to unforseen circum- stances turfing cannot be carried out immedi- ately, temporary protec- tion/cover (e.g. plastic sheets or equivalent) shall be applied to the exposed slopes by the Contractor.

Should the Contractor fail to ensure the above, the S.O. will appoint other Contractors to carry out the said work and all costs incurred will be charged to the defaulting Contractor and deducted from monies due to him.

 

ACCESS ROADS AND EXISTING ROAD

a) All access roads to the site shall be paved for a distance of at least 10 metres from where these access roads join the existing roads.

b) The Contractor shall maintain all existing roads, bridges, drains, culverts, roadside furni- ture, and all other appurtenances and services on such roads and shall be responsi- ble for any damages caused by any work carried out by him or by construction period and shall repair and rein state the same to their original condition to the satisfaction of the S.O.

c) All temporary diversion affecting public/private roads must be approved by the Government, private landowner and the S.O. All such diversions must have temporary diversion signs to the requirements of Arahan Teknik (Jalan) 2C/85 of JKR. Adequate work- men for controlling traf- fic diversion must be provided.

 
 
work- men for controlling traf- fic diversion must be provided.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )
work- men for controlling traf- fic diversion must be provided.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS     5.7 POLLUTION CONTROLS   removed from the trucks/
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS     5.7 POLLUTION CONTROLS   removed from the trucks/
 
   
 

5.7

POLLUTION CONTROLS

 

removed from the trucks/ equipments by hosing, lorry wash- trough, etc. before leaving the site.

5.7.1

Dust Control

a) The Contractor shall provide suitable spray- ing equipment for regu- lar spraying of water over the existing roads, tracks and access roads, completed as well as incomplete road and other barren areas of the site used by the contractor and as and when directed by the S.O.

 

d)

For Contractor’s trucks carrying sand, aggre- gates, earth and other loose construction materials liable to spillage, tarpaulin must be used to cover such open trucks when pass- ing through villages and settlements or on all roadways.

b) The Contractor shall provide for the prompt removal of all dirt and other materials spilled from his or his sub-con- tractor’s vehicles on public or private road- ways over which such materials are hauled or on to which such mate- rials are dumped, washed or otherwise deposited by reason of his work carelessness in execution of the works and avoid inter- fering with drainage or creating a traffic hazard to vehicles or impeding the passage of pedes- trians.

c) When the Contractor’s trucks or equipment utilises public or private roadways, all dirt and materials shall be

5.7.2

Noise Control

a)

All work shall be car- ried out without unrea- sonable noise and dis- turbance. The Contractor shall indem- nify and keep indemni- fied the Government, S.O. and the S.O.’s Representatives against any liability for damages on account of noise or other distur- bances created while or in carrying out of the works and from and against all claims, demands, proceedings, damages, costs charges and expenses whatsoever in regard or in relation to such liabil- ity.

 
 
 
whatsoever in regard or in relation to such liabil- ity.     ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN
whatsoever in regard or in relation to such liabil- ity.     ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS     b) The Contractor shall ensure that all equip- ment and
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS     b) The Contractor shall ensure that all equip- ment and
 
   
 

b) The Contractor shall ensure that all equip- ment and machinery are in proper working condition so as to min- imise the amount of noise generated. The Engineer may require the Contractor to replace any machinery that to his discretion, is emitting excessive noise.

 

depending upon the noise level survey con- ducted and recommen- dations made by noise barrier experts.

 

c)

The Contractor shall supply and install noise barrier including main- tenance during the con- struction and defects liability period.

c) The Contractor shall comply with the general recommendations set out in BS 5228: Code of Practice for Noise Control on Construction and Demolition Sites together with any spe- cific requirements

described in the Contract.

5.7.4

Water pollution

a)

All silt fence, silt traps, sedimentation basins and other erosion con- trol measures as shown in Drawings must be constructed and maintained by the Contractor.

 

d) The Contractor shall ensure that noise levels of Leq = 55 dBA should not be exceeded at set- tlements and villages.

Water discharging from the silt traps/ sedimen- tation basin should have total suspended solids levels of 150 mg/l or specified by other approving author- ities. The monitoring schedule is as stated in the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) in this docu- ment.

5.7.3

Noise Barrier

a) Noise barrier shall be provided in sensitive areas such as housing situated beside busy roads or highways, schools and hospitals.

b) The type of noise barri- er used shall be either absorptive, reflective, dispersive or mixed

 
and hospitals. b) The type of noise barri- er used shall be either absorptive, reflective, dispersive
er used shall be either absorptive, reflective, dispersive or mixed   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )
er used shall be either absorptive, reflective, dispersive or mixed   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS   b) The Contractor is pro- hibited from discharg- ing oil and
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS   b) The Contractor is pro- hibited from discharg- ing oil and
 
 

b) The Contractor is pro- hibited from discharg- ing oil and grease to any watercourse. Any spilled oil and grease shall be promptly removed by the Contractor. The Contractor shall collect, label and store used oil and grease and other scheduled wastes according to methods approved by the Department of Environment.

 

Parameters to be test- ed shall include:-

Biochemical Oxygen Demand at 5 days

 

(BOD5)

 

Total Suspended Solid (TSS)

Oil and Grease

E-Coli

pH

All used oil and grease and other scheduled waste shall be removed from site by a licensed Contractor.

Dissolved

 

Oxygen (DO)

 

5.7.5

Air Quality

c) All wastewater (sewage, sullage) must be treated such that the effluent complies with

No open burning of cleared vegetation, debris and con- struction waste etc, would be allowed unless approval

all existing regulations/legislations.

d) Water Quality Monitoring and Testing The Contractor shall carry out water quality monitoring at positions on an existing streams as indicated in the Environment Management Plan (EMP).

obtained from the Director General of the Department of Environment.

 
 
obtained from the Director General of the Department of Environment.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )
obtained from the Director General of the Department of Environment.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS 5.8 PRESERVATION OF FLORA AND FAUNA c) The Contractor is responsible for
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS 5.8 PRESERVATION OF FLORA AND FAUNA c) The Contractor is responsible for

5.8

PRESERVATION OF FLORA AND FAUNA

5.8 PRESERVATION OF FLORA AND FAUNA

c) The Contractor is responsible for the transportation of trees to nearby sites, arbore- tum or other alterna- tives, as advised by the forester. The Contractor shall ensure that relo- cated trees are well kept.

5.8.1

Flora

a)

Upon the possession of site, the Contractor with the assistance of the

 

forester and/or botanist shall furnish to the S.O.

a

report on tree conser-

 

vation plan including trees classified as rare, endemic and endan- gered, method of preservation, proce- dure, course of action to be taken and other conservation require- ment deemed neces- sary for the preserva- tion of the flora.

d) The botanist/ forester/ horticulture shall pro- duce a status report during construction on the effectiveness of the tree conservation, preservation and action plan as proposed in the first report.

e) The report shall also

cover aspects of new findings left out during the earlier investigation and propose any rectifi- cation plan required.

f) Reports shall be sub- mitted from early study.

 

b)

Prior to site clearing,

 

the forester and/or botanist shall assist the surveyor to identify any trees of rare, endemic or endangered species which need to be con- served or relocated. Trees which are classi- fied as rare, endemic and endangered, or having girth of 800mm and above shall be conserved and marked (crossed) red. Trees which are rare, endem-

g) The felling of trees shall be confined within the construction limit.

h) The Contractor shall refrain all his and his sub-contractor’s employees from destroying, removing or clearing trees, timber, shrub and other flora to any extent greater than that is approved by the S.O. as being neces sary for the execution

shrub and other flora to any extent greater than that is approved by the S.O. as

ic

or endangered and

need to be relocated shall be marked (crossed) white. Should relocation be required, trees shall have girth of 300mm and below.

 

of the contract.

required, trees shall have girth of 300mm and below.   of the contract. ARAHAN TEKNIK (
required, trees shall have girth of 300mm and below.   of the contract. ARAHAN TEKNIK (

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS       i) The Contractor shall refrain from disposing waste
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS       i) The Contractor shall refrain from disposing waste
 
   
 
 

i)

The Contractor shall refrain from disposing waste materials amongst vegetation within or outside the work site. Any and all waste materials dis- posed amongst vegeta- tion for any purpose or reason, except as may be directed by the S.O and whether or not due to the fault of the Contractor, shall be recovered at the expense of the Contractor.

employees, agents and any other persons employed in connection with the Works from:

 

i) beating, kicking, infuriating, terri- fying or torturing any wild animal or wild bird

ii) housing, confin- ing or breeding any wild animal or wild bird in such a manner so as to cause it unnecessary pain or suffering, including the housing, confin- ing or breeding of any wild ani- mal or wild in any cage, enclo- sure or hut which is not suit- able for or con- ducive to the comfort or health of the wild ani- mal or wild bird

5.8.2

Fauna

a)

The Contractor shall take such measures as may be necessary to prevent his employees from hunting, disturb- ing, capturing or destroying stock and such fauna as may be protected by relevant statutes.

b)

The Contractor shall take reasonable pre- cautions to prevent his employees from remov- ing or damaging bird nests or eggs which may be discovered in the work site or adja- cent areas.

iii) using any wild animal for per- forming or assisting in the performance of any work or labour which by reasons of any infirmity, wound disease or any other incapacity it is unfit to per- form

c)

The Contractor shall take all necessary pre- cautions to prevent his and his sub-contractors

 
   
 
necessary pre- cautions to prevent his and his sub-contractors     ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )
necessary pre- cautions to prevent his and his sub-contractors     ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS       The Contractor shall take all necessary precaution to pre-
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS       The Contractor shall take all necessary precaution to pre-
 
   
 
 

The Contractor shall take all necessary precaution to pre- vent his and his sub- Contractor’s employees from waiting in any place, building any platform or shelter or placing any snare, poison, poisoned bait, birdlime or net for the purpose of shooting, killing or taking any wild ani- mal or wild bird.

b) The Contractor shall keep the S.O fully informed of this negoti- ations with the JPS. No works, diversions, mod- ifications replacements and/or relocation of rivers, watercourses and related structures shall be carried out without prior approval in writing from the JPS. Adequate notice together with such design calculations and drawings as are appli- cable shall be given by the Contractor to the JPS to enable the Department to consider and if necessary give effect or amend any design as may be required.

c) The Contractor shall ensure that temporary diversions of any rivers and/or water courses shall be capable of sus- taining such flows throughout the year at such levels and rates as are specified by the JPS as the rivers and/or watercourses which they replace irre- spective of the antici- pated periods of use of the diversions by the Contractor.

5.9

REQUIREMENTS IN RELATION TO WATERWAYS

 

a)

The Contractor shall ensure that his pro- gramme for the whole of the Works executed under the Contract is compatible with the requirements of the Jabatan Pengaliran & Saliran (JPS) so that the continued operation and safety of rivers, water-courses and related structures are not adversely affected by the works. During the execution of the Works, he shall coordi- nate all operations in close liaison with the JPS and shall make such adjustments to his programme as are from time to time necessary to accommodate the actual progress achieved with the tem- porary and permanent diversions programme.

to time necessary to accommodate the actual progress achieved with the tem- porary and permanent diversions
 
 
with the tem- porary and permanent diversions programme.     ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN ) 16
with the tem- porary and permanent diversions programme.     ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN ) 16

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS     d) The Contractor shall indemnify and keep indemnified the
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS     d) The Contractor shall indemnify and keep indemnified the
 
   
 

d) The Contractor shall indemnify and keep indemnified the Government against all losses and claims for injuries or damage to any person or property whatsoever which may arise out of or in conse- quence or the construc- tion and maintenance of the drainage works and against all claims, demands, proceedings, damage costs, charges and expenses whatso- ever in respect thereof or in relation thereto.

b)

The Contractor shall maintain the drainage system from clogging and silting throughout construction period.

5.11 REVEGETATION VETIVER HEDGEROW GRASS

5.11.1 General

The Vetiver is used as bio- engineering system to com- plement structural works. Therefore it shall be of good and consistent quality.

e) The Contractor shall construct all culverts crossing underneath road and their outfall and all drainage com- ponents before diver- sion of streams/drainage occurs.

5.11.2 Plant Materials

The plant shall be Vetiver Zizanioodes (Rumput Wangi) of the South Indian domesti- cated type. Only non-seeding types shall be used. It is criti- cal that the North Indian wild types, which flowers regularly and set fertile seeds, shall be absolutely avoided.

5.10 PERMANENT DRAINAGE WORKS

5.11.3 Starting Materials

a)

The Contractor shall immediately construct all permanent drainage and ancillaries works upon reaching earth- work formation/finished levels in order to miti- gate surface erosion.

Vigorously growing young tillers derived from tissue cul- ture or micro propagation method shall be used. The plantlets to be supplied shall be at least an aggregate of 5 plantlets when they are taken out of the test tubes prior to packing. The roots at the basal end of the aggregate of plantlets shall be at least 3 cm long.

of the test tubes prior to packing. The roots at the basal end of the aggregate
roots at the basal end of the aggregate of plantlets shall be at least 3 cm
roots at the basal end of the aggregate of plantlets shall be at least 3 cm

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS     5.11.4 Container Plants senescent (decaying) tillers must not
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS     5.11.4 Container Plants senescent (decaying) tillers must not
 
   
 

5.11.4 Container Plants

senescent (decaying) tillers must not be included in the count. At delivery to site nurs- ery, the tops should be cut to a height of 30 cm.

i)

Vetiver hedgerows shall never be planted from cut-root (bare-root) slips. Only container plants shall be used.

 

5.11.4.3 Age of container plant

ii)

Unless otherwise speci- fied, site nursery is required to receive the plantlets from tissue culture laboratory. The plantlets shall be imme- diately planted in black polyethylene bags upon arrival and appropriate irrigation and fertilizers shall be used.

Any container plants which is ‘bag-bounded’ and with aged roots shall be rejected.

5.11.5 Site nursery

Unless the plant materials are produced in central supply nursery near the work site, a site nursery is mandatory. Maximum care shall be exer cised in handling and trans- porting of container plants to minimise transporting distur- bances.

The site nursery shall be irri- gated. Quality container plants from the central supply nurs-

ery

shall be arranged at 15

5.11.4.1

Roots

The container plants must have active root-mass regen- erated in the container media during field planting.

The polybag shall be 12.7 cm x 17.7 cm (5” x 7”) dimension filled with good quality topsoil. The root-mass shall complete- ly bind the soil so that the soil core does not collapse when the polybag is removed prior to field planting.

cm

x 1-meter spacing.

Plants shall be reconditioned

in site nursery not less than 7 days prior to field planting. Only those plants, which have fully recovered from transport-

 

ing

disturbances, shall be

5.11.4.2

Tops (shoot system)

used for field planting. To enhance transplanting suc- cess the use of anti-trans- parence and pre planting fer- tilizer application are encour- aged.

The tops shall have 5 or more actively growing tillers that have been regenerated and produced in-situ in the con- tainer. Old tillers extracted from the ground nursery and

 
   
 
con- tainer. Old tillers extracted from the ground nursery and     ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN
con- tainer. Old tillers extracted from the ground nursery and     ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS 5.11.6 Field Planting Quality Vetiver container plants shall be planted in rows
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS 5.11.6 Field Planting Quality Vetiver container plants shall be planted in rows

5.11.6 Field Planting

Quality Vetiver container plants shall be planted in rows as specified in the drawings or as directed by the S.O.

i) A 15 cm width x 23 cm depth (6” x 9”) trench shall be excavated to receive the container plants.

ii) In difficult soil types, borrowed topsoil may be required to refill the trench.

iii) The between-plant dis- tance (center to center) shall be 15 cm or less.

An appropriate fertilizer pro- gramme, applied at the time of field planting, to ensure good continuous nutrient sup- ply for 2 years shall be used.

5.11.7 Establishment and Maintenance

All failures and washouts shall be reinstated within the first month after field planting.

i)

All slow growing clumps, which do not recover, from trans- planting disturbance shall be replaced. This is shown by lack of growth of the topped tillers and non-forma- tion of new tillers.

of the topped tillers and non-forma- tion of new tillers. ii) Topping (grass cutting) to maintain
of the topped tillers and non-forma- tion of new tillers. ii) Topping (grass cutting) to maintain

ii) Topping (grass cutting) to maintain 40-cm verti- cal height should be carried out at 2,4 and 6 months after field plant- ing. Thereafter, the interval between top- pings would be deter- mined by needs, as directed by S.O.

iii) To ensure the good growth of Vetiver hedgerows, it shall not be shaded by other weeds especially scramblers.

5.11.8 Quality on Delivery on Hedgerows

i) At 3 months after plant- ing, the plants should be actively growing. The hedgerows should have no failures and no runts.

ii) At 6 months after plant- ing, the hedgerows should be fully function- al with uniform growth and basal tillers between clumps closed

over, all to the satisfac- tion of S.O.

and basal tillers between clumps closed over, all to the satisfac- tion of S.O. ARAHAN TEKNIK
and basal tillers between clumps closed over, all to the satisfac- tion of S.O. ARAHAN TEKNIK

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS       Silt fences are generally effec- 5.12 EROSION CONTROL
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS       Silt fences are generally effec- 5.12 EROSION CONTROL
 
   
 
 

Silt fences are generally effec-

5.12 EROSION CONTROL MEASUREMENT

The vegetation cover is nor- mally used to minimise runoff and to keep the flow velocities that can cause erosion. Detail of the protective vegetation shall be read in clause 2.2.8 Section 2 of Standard Specification for Roadwork.

This section only addresses on the construction and the maintenance of control ero- sion measures and to be used in accordance to the size of respective catchment area.

tive in locations where the flow is concentrated and are only applicable for sheet or overland flows.

They shall be placed at cleared areas in construction site especially below the toe of a cleared slope, along streams and channels with disturbed adjacent slope, around temporary stockpiles and across swales.

The fence should be inspect- ed after every rain and when

a

sediment accumulation of

The gabion walls used shall be constructed is accordance to the drawings and clause 3.6 of Standard Specification for Roadwork.

approximately 2/3 of the fence height is observed. The silt should be removed and dis- posed properly. The geotextile should be checked for rips, tears and other types of dete- rioration and replaced as needed.

5.12.2 Silt Trap

The methods of filtering the velocities of the sediment as used in this section are silt fences.

A

silt trap is a small temporary

ponding area, usually with an

5.12.1 Silt Fences

outlet or channel formed by excavation and/ or construc- tion of gabion wall.

A

silt fence is a temporary

barrier used for trapping silt and sediment from disturbed

Its purpose is to collect and store sediment from sites cleared and/ or graded during construction. It is intended for use on small catchment areas ( less than 2 hectares ). With no unusual drainage features, construction of silt trap shall be completed in a reasonably short period of time.

). With no unusual drainage features, construction of silt trap shall be completed in a reasonably

area during construction. It is

a

vertical barrier of geotextile

supported by poles at regular interval. The geotextile shall be made of non-woven mate- rial with minimum properties of 200 g/m² or tensile strength 15 kN/m.

mate- rial with minimum properties of 200 g/m² or tensile strength 15 kN/m. ARAHAN TEKNIK (
mate- rial with minimum properties of 200 g/m² or tensile strength 15 kN/m. ARAHAN TEKNIK (

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS   The trap is to be maintained regularly throughout the con- tract
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS   The trap is to be maintained regularly throughout the con- tract
 
 

The trap is to be maintained regularly throughout the con- tract period including desilting when full or as directed by the S.O including making good of any damage portions during the course of the works. The desilted material shall be transported to disposal site approved by the S.O.

Silt trap shall be placed: -

5.12.3 Sediment Basin

A sediment pond or sediment basin is a structure formed by excavation and/or construction of an embankment across a waterway or other suitable location.

Its purpose is to collect and trap sediment before it leaves the construction site.

1. Along the perimeter of the site at locations where sediment laden runoff is discharged off- site.

A sediment basin should be used for areas greater than 2 hectares and maintained when a sediment accumula- tion of approximately 1/3 of the basin depth exist.

2. At any point within the site where sediment laden runoff can enter natural areas or water- ways including ponds, lakes, rivers and wet- lands.

5.12.2.1 Gabion Wall

A gabion wall consists of layer(s) of gabions used to trap sediments in catchment area of less than 1.0 acre or place in difficult terrain.

A series of gabion wall shall be required in difficult terrain. The gabion walls shall be con structed as shown on the drawing and accordance to the clause 3.6.9 Standard Specification of Roadwork.

walls shall be con structed as shown on the drawing and accordance to the clause 3.6.9
the drawing and accordance to the clause 3.6.9 Standard Specification of Roadwork. ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN
the drawing and accordance to the clause 3.6.9 Standard Specification of Roadwork. ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN

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PREAMBLE   6.0 PREAMBLE   e) Removal of sediment accumulated to approx- imate 2/3 of filter
PREAMBLE   6.0 PREAMBLE   e) Removal of sediment accumulated to approx- imate 2/3 of filter
 
 

6.0 PREAMBLE

 

e) Removal of sediment accumulated to approx- imate 2/3 of filter height including disposal.

6.1 Silt Fences

Units

f) Provision of all required plant, equipment, mate- rial and labour.

The unit rate for measurement of silt fence shall be per metre run (m/run).

Measurement

6.2

Silt Traps and Sediment Basin

The measurement of silt fence shall be based on per metre run (m/run).

Units

Item Coverage

The unit rate for measurement of silt trap and sediment basin shall be in number.

The item coverage shall be in accordance to Preamble to the Bill of Quantities

Measurement

General Description including:

The measurement for silt trap and sediment basin shall be in number.

a) Clear site for silt fence area.

Item Coverage

b) Construct silt fence including driving 1.8m long wooden post into ground, 1.5m apart, digging a 150mm deep trench along the fence and backfilling trench over base of geotextile.

c) Inspect after every rain.

The item coverage shall be in accordance to Preamble to the Bill of Quantities General Description including:-

a) Clear site for silt trap and weir.

b) Construct gabion over- flow including geotex- tile, filter stones, drain pipe and weir.

c) Reinstatement of silt trap.

d) The geotextile should be checked for rips, tears and other types of deterioration and replaced as needed.

d) Excavation to maintain required volume.

 
 
and replaced as needed. d) Excavation to maintain required volume.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )
and replaced as needed. d) Excavation to maintain required volume.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )

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PREAMBLE       e) Removal of sediment accumulated to approx- imate 2/3 of filter height
PREAMBLE       e) Removal of sediment accumulated to approx- imate 2/3 of filter height
 
   
 
 

e) Removal of sediment accumulated to approx- imate 2/3 of filter height including disposal.

f) Regular maintenance of silt trap throughout the contract period including desilting when full or as directed by the S.O and making good of any damaged portions of the silt trap during the course of the works.

b) Trimming and levelling of foundation.

c) Construct gabions overflow including geot- extile and filter stones.

d) Excavation to maintain required depth for gabion wall.

e) Stonework.

f) Assembling, tying, fix- ing, staking and ten- sioning.

g) Provision of all required plant, equipment, mate- rial and labour.

g) Placing under water, dewatering and pump- ing.

 

h) Geotextile fabric work.

6.3

Gabion Walls

 

Units

i) Disposal of soil, surplus material and reinstate- ment of sand filling.

The unit rate for measurement of gabion wall shall be in cubic metres (m³).

j) Supply of perforated riser wrapped with geo- textile, if any.

Measurement

The measurement for gabion wall shall be in cubic metres (m³).

Item Coverage

k) Installation of drain pipes.

l) Removal of sediment accumulated of approx- imate 2/3 of filter height including disposal.

The item coverage shall be in accordance to Preamble to the Bill of Quantities General Description including: -

m) Provision of all required plant, equipment, mate- rial and labour.

a)

Clear site for gabion wall area.

 
 
mate- rial and labour. a) Clear site for gabion wall area.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN
mate- rial and labour. a) Clear site for gabion wall area.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN

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PREAMBLE     6.4 Lorry Wash Troughs   g) Maintaining wash trough and surrounding areas clean.
PREAMBLE     6.4 Lorry Wash Troughs   g) Maintaining wash trough and surrounding areas clean.
 
   
 

6.4

Lorry Wash Troughs

 

g) Maintaining wash trough and surrounding areas clean.

Units

The unit of measurement for lorry wash troughs shall be in number.

h) On completion of the work, remove and dis- posed all rubbish, debris and surplus material from the site to the satisfaction of the S.O.

Measurement

The measurement for lorry wash troughs shall be as shown in the drawings.

Item Coverage

6.5

Noise Barrier

The item coverage shall be in accordance to the Preamble to the Bill of Quantities General Description including:

Units

The unit rate for measurement of Noise Barrier shall be square metre (m²)

a) Preparation of site and approaches.

Measurement

b) Excavation in whatever ground except rock.

The rate for the Noise Barrier shall be the barrier plane area in square metres to which the barrier is secured.

Item Coverage

c) Disposal of excavated and desilted materials to dumping site.

d) Construction of wash trough.

The item for Noise Barrier shall include: -

e) Provision of all required plant, equipment, mate- rial and labour.

a) Fabrication and prepa- ration.

f) Filling and regular maintaining of water during the course of the works.

b) Painting, and galvaniz- ing, if necessary.

c) Steel columns where necessary

 
 
and galvaniz- ing, if necessary. c) Steel columns where necessary   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )
and galvaniz- ing, if necessary. c) Steel columns where necessary   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )

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PREAMBLE

PREAMBLE   6.6 Flora Survey Units The unit of measurement for the Flora Survey shall be
PREAMBLE   6.6 Flora Survey Units The unit of measurement for the Flora Survey shall be
 
 

6.6

Flora Survey

Units

The unit of measurement for the Flora Survey shall be in number.

Measurement

The measurement for the Flora Survey shall be based on the number of reports pro- duced.

Item Coverage

The item coverage shall be in accordance to the Preamble to the Bill of Quantities General Description including:

a) Flora Survey shall be carried out by either a professional Horticulturist or Botanist.

b) Cover the contract peri- od, maintenance period and such time that is deemed necessary by the Department of Environment.

c) All mobilisation, living allowances and trans- portation charges.

d) Produce complete report on tree conser- vation plan, method of preservation and course of action to be taken.

 
 
vation plan, method of preservation and course of action to be taken.   ARAHAN TEKNIK (
vation plan, method of preservation and course of action to be taken.   ARAHAN TEKNIK (

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BILL OF QUANTITIES 7.1 Environmental Protection Works   Item Description   Unit Quantity Rate
BILL OF QUANTITIES 7.1 Environmental Protection Works   Item Description   Unit Quantity Rate

7.1

Environmental Protection Works

Environmental Protection Works

 

Item

Description

 

Unit

Quantity

Rate

Amount

1.0

EIA Preparation of the :-

         

1.1

EIA Report

LS

1.2

Supplementary EIA

LS

1.3

Updating of Data

LS

2.0

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMP) Preparation for the Environmental Management

         

2.1

Plan (EMP) Documents and execution of ISO 14001

EMS

LS

2.2

To provide a full time Environmental Officer throughout contract period

man-

mth

3.0

DUST AND MUD CONTROL

         

3.1

Water Browser Truck Supply Browser Truck including operators, pump- ing of water, water tank and other necessary

equipments needed to carry out water spraying, 3

times a day along existing road and near ments as directed by the S.O.

settle-

No.

3.2

Tyres Washing Facilities Supply portable water jet including operators, water tanks and other necessary equipments needed to carry out cleaning tyres of vehicles at various exits from the worksites to be approved by the S.O. Tyres washing shall be carried out on firm surface (crusher run) prior to public road entry.

No.

 
   
 
on firm surface (crusher run) prior to public road entry. No.     ARAHAN TEKNIK (
on firm surface (crusher run) prior to public road entry. No.     ARAHAN TEKNIK (

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BILL OF QUANTITIES

BILL OF QUANTITIES     Item Description   Unit Quantity Rate Amount 3.3 Wash Trough
BILL OF QUANTITIES     Item Description   Unit Quantity Rate Amount 3.3 Wash Trough
 
   
 

Item

Description

 

Unit

Quantity

Rate

Amount

3.3

Wash Trough Construct 250mm deep water-filled wash

trough

       

including excavation, backfill and disposal of sur-

plus materials, formwork, reinforcement, hardcore and placement of aggregate layer as directed by the S.O.

No.

4.0

EROSION CONTROL

         

4.1

Silt fence

4.1.1

Supply and construct 1.0m height silt fence

including non-woven geotextile and wooden post

with dimension as shown on the drawing directed by the S.O

or as

lin.m

4.1.2

Maintainance of silt fence

lin.m

4.2

Silt Trap and Sediment Basin

4.2.1

Supply and lay gabion box including excavation, jointing, backfilling and disposal of surplus materi- als as shown in the drawing and as directed by the S.O all in accordance with the Specification to suit with site condition 1) Overall size 7.0 x 4.0 x 2.0 m height 2) Overall size 15.0 x 4.0 x 2.0 m height 3) Overall size 15.0 x 7.0 x 2.0 m height 4) Overall size 25.0 x 9.0 x 2.0 m height

No.

No.

No.

No.

4.2.2

Maintenance of silt trap/sediment basin including desilting, repair and replacement of damaged/worn parts and materials as per specifi- cation

 

No.

4.3

Gabion Protection Supply and construct 1.0 x 1.0 x 1.0 m height of gabion boxes at the steep slope including bed

preparation, assembling, typing, staking, tension-

ing and approved stone as shown on the or as directed by the S.O.

drawing

M3

 
   
 
as shown on the or as directed by the S.O. drawing M3     ARAHAN TEKNIK
as shown on the or as directed by the S.O. drawing M3     ARAHAN TEKNIK

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BILL OF QUANTITIES

BILL OF QUANTITIES     Item Description   Unit Quantity Rate Amount 5.0 OIL AND
BILL OF QUANTITIES     Item Description   Unit Quantity Rate Amount 5.0 OIL AND
 
   
 

Item

Description

 

Unit

Quantity

Rate

Amount

5.0

OIL AND GREASE CONTROL

         

5.1

Skid Tank Provide labour and material to construct impervi- ous concrete base 10m x 5m x 0.125m with vari- able height sufficient to contain 110% volume of stored oil including grease trap to prevent spilled oils overflow into natural streams. Demolish the same and cart away debris upon completion of the project.

No.

6.0

ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING

         

6.1

Air Quality Monitoring To conduct air quality monitoring for the Total Suspended Particulate (TSP) including wind velocity and the direction.

No.

6.2

Noise Quality Monitoring To conduct noise monitoring quarterly for

the

noise monitoring (8 hours ave.) inc. Leq, L10 and

L90.

No.

6.3

Water Quality Monitoring

6.3.1

To conduct river water quality monitoring for the following parameters: pH, Total Suspended Solids (TSS), Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD), Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD), Dissolved Oxygen (DO), Oil & Grease, E. Coli and Ammoniacal Nitrogen

No.

6.3.2

To conduct water quality monitoring at the effluent

discharge of accommodation area for the

follow-

ing parameters: pH, Total Suspended Solids (TSS), Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD),

Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD), Dissolved Oxygen (DO), Oil & Grease, E. Coli and Ammoniacal Nitrogen

No.

6.3.3

To conduct water quality monitoring at outlet of silt trap area for Total Suspended Solid (TSS) param- eter

To conduct water quality monitoring at outlet of silt trap area for Total Suspended Solid (TSS)

No.

at outlet of silt trap area for Total Suspended Solid (TSS) param- eter No. ARAHAN TEKNIK
at outlet of silt trap area for Total Suspended Solid (TSS) param- eter No. ARAHAN TEKNIK

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BILL OF QUANTITIES

BILL OF QUANTITIES     Item Description   Unit Quantity Rate Amount 7.0 NOISE
BILL OF QUANTITIES     Item Description   Unit Quantity Rate Amount 7.0 NOISE
 
   
 

Item

Description

 

Unit

Quantity

Rate

Amount

7.0

NOISE BARRIER Design, supply and install noise barrier where and when necessary.

 

m2

     

8.0

FLORA

         

8.1

To conduct flora survey throughout the contract.

No.

8.2

To relocate, maintain and transport trees with girth 300mm and below :

a) to nearby sites approved by or botanist

forester

No.

b) to arboretum

No.

9.0

FAUNA To conduct fauna survey and produce status throughout the contract period

 

L.S

     

10.0

ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING REPORT To submit monthly monitoring report

 

No.

     

11.0

ENVIRONMENTAL AUDIT REPORT To conduct and submit quarterly environmental audit report

 

No.

     
 
   
 
environmental audit report   No.           ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN ) 16
environmental audit report   No.           ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN ) 16

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APPENDIX A GENERAL GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMP) By the
APPENDIX A GENERAL GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMP) By the
APPENDIX A GENERAL GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMP) By the

APPENDIX A

GENERAL GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMP) By the CONTRACTOR.

APPENDIX A GENERAL GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMP) By the CONTRACTOR.
APPENDIX A GENERAL GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMP) By the CONTRACTOR.
APPENDIX A GENERAL GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMP) By the CONTRACTOR.

GENERAL GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the EMP by the CONTRACTOR

GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the EMP by the CONTRACTOR GENERAL GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of
GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the EMP by the CONTRACTOR GENERAL GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of
GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the EMP by the CONTRACTOR GENERAL GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of

GENERAL GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMP) - By the CONTRACTOR.

1.0

INTRODUCTION

This Guideline is for the Contractor to prepare site specific Environmental Management Plan (EMP) as a proper environmental man- agement approach during project implementation. This Guideline is in conformation and to be read in conjunction with the following documents:

2.0

- The EIA report for the project - approved by the Department of Environment DOE (if any).

- EIA Condition's of Approval from DOE (attached if any).

- JKR Contract Specifications: Section 1 - General

- Shall be as an adden- dum to the Condition of Contract

It should be clearly noted the EMP is a document for practi- cal use on site by nominated personnel and thus should be concise, updated and site specific. This guideline has been prepared in line with Environmental Management System (EMS).

prepared in line with Environmental Management System (EMS). The Contractor shall submit the EMP prepared to

The Contractor shall submit the EMP prepared to the S.O. within 30 days in compliance with item (XX) in the Condition of Contract/ Special Provision.

OBJECTIVE

The main objectives of the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) are to set out a comprehensive programme which will form the basis for implementing environmental mitigation measures, environ- mental monitoring and envi- ronmental auditing of the con- struction works by the Contractor as appended below:

i. To set out various envi- ronmental protection/ conservation measures that conform with the environmental condi- tions stipulated in the Contract Specifications, EIA report and by other relevant authorities (e.g. the Department of Environment - DOE) in the EIA Conditions of Approval.

(e.g. the Department of Environment - DOE) in the EIA Conditions of Approval. ARAHAN TEKNIK (
(e.g. the Department of Environment - DOE) in the EIA Conditions of Approval. ARAHAN TEKNIK (

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GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the EMP by the CONTRACTOR     ii. To ensure that
GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the EMP by the CONTRACTOR     ii. To ensure that
 
   
 

ii. To ensure that the Contractor engaged by the Government com- ply with all applicable environmental standard and guidelines, legisla- tive requirements, limit values and other rele- vant conditions related

4.0

SUMMISSION OF ENVIRON- MENTAL MANAGEMANT PLAN

 

The preparation of the EMP shall take into consideration of the following: -

to environments in the implementation of the project.

iii. To specify a detailed environmental monitor- ing and auditing pro- gramme to ensure that the Contractor and all Sub-contractors comply with all stipulated requirements through- out the duration of the project.

 

Summary of Key Environmental issues.

This section shall com- prise a concise site specific list of key envi- ronmental issues for the awarded package. It should also include sensitive environmental receptors like down- stream water intakes, orang asli settlements, etc. The purpose is to clearly highlight the main impacts and the sensitive environmental receptors.

iv. To streamline the differ- ent functions of various

sections and authorities related to the environ- mental matters during the construction.

 

List of Legal and Other Requirements.

3.0

SCOPE OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMP)

 

This section shall list all the relevant legislation that the Contractor has to comply which are applicable to the envi- ronmental aspects of the project activities. This shall include the specified environmental standards for air, water and noise quality.

The scope of the EMP shall cover all activities and opera- tions of the Contractor that can cause environmental impacts throughout the con- struction phase of the project. It shall also include environ- mental monitoring, conserva tion and preservation and auditing activities.

 
 
monitoring, conserva tion and preservation and auditing activities.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN ) 16 /
monitoring, conserva tion and preservation and auditing activities.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN ) 16 /

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GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the EMP by the CONTRACTOR   The structure of the EMP
GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the EMP by the CONTRACTOR   The structure of the EMP
 
 

The structure of the EMP dur- ing the construction stage shall include but not be limited to the following:

4.1 Project Schedule and Sequence of Construction

4.3 Communication

This section shall include a flow diagram for internal and external communication of environmental related matters including channels for public complaints, correspondence with regulatory authorities, monitoring and audit reports, etc. It shall include a list of updated contacts number of key personnel responsible for environmental management.

4.4 Implementation of Mitigation Measures

A detailed project schedule which integrate environmental mitigation measures within the overall project schedule and a statement of how the Contractor intends to sequence the construction works including temporary work to minimise environmen- tal impacts i.e. minimise earth surfaces from being exposed bare for long periods, carry out turfing, construct mitiga- tion measures, etc. This schedule shall be in line with the main overall Project Implementation Schedule.

This section shall specify the methods and mitigation meas- ures which the Contractor will provide/carry out to satisfy the stipulated environmental requirements. These shall be preventive where applicable. It shall include but not be limited to the following:

4.2 Roles and Responsibility

Disposal of Surplus Cut Material This section shall state the Contractor's method of disposal and management of dispos- al sites to minimise environmental damage, i.e. erosion and silta- tion, etc. The locations of the disposal sites shall be clearly indicat- ed and approved by the S.O.

The Contractor shall specify the person(s)/parties employed/engaged for the duration of the contract who are responsible for implement- ing the actions specified in the EMP. An organization chart shall be provided for environ- mental management teams, which shall include.

i. Environmental Officer.

ii. An independent Environmental Auditor

iii. An Accredited Analytical Laboratory.

 
i. Environmental Officer. ii. An independent Environmental Auditor iii. An Accredited Analytical Laboratory.  
Environmental Auditor iii. An Accredited Analytical Laboratory.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN ) 16 / 03
Environmental Auditor iii. An Accredited Analytical Laboratory.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN ) 16 / 03

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GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the EMP by the CONTRACTOR     Soil Erosion and Silt
GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the EMP by the CONTRACTOR     Soil Erosion and Silt
 
   
 

Soil Erosion and Silt Control Plan This will include a drainage plan showing temporary drains, silt traps and all other measures to control erosion and siltation and a description of the methods used com- plete with an effective maintenance regime.

Other Site Specific Mitigation Measures This section shall spec- ify methods to address all other mitigation measures specified in Section 1 (in the Contract Specification) as well as any other environmental issues identified during project implementation.

 
 

Liquid/Solid Waste Management This shall include meth- ods and locations for disposal of construction waste materials, excess materials, etc.

4.5 Emergency Preparedness

This section shall set out emergency response proce- dures, plans and communica- tions in the event of an emer- gency e.g. landslides, traffic accidents etc.

Schedule Waste Management This shall specify col- lection, storage and disposal methods of waste oil from vehicle maintenance.

4.6 Environmental Monitoring Programme

The main objective of carrying out environmental monitoring is to assess the effectiveness of the mitigation measures and to provide a trigger for action should the stipulated environmental standards be breached. The Contractor shall carry out the data collec- tion monitoring as specified in Section 5.5 below.

Turfing This section will specify the methods used and the timing of executing turfing or hydroseeding activities, i.e. immedi- ately after earthwork and before work on other berm/lift com- mences.

 
 
ately after earthwork and before work on other berm/lift com- mences.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN
ately after earthwork and before work on other berm/lift com- mences.   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN

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GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the EMP by the CONTRACTOR     4.7 Non-conformance Corrective and
GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the EMP by the CONTRACTOR     4.7 Non-conformance Corrective and
 
   
 

4.7 Non-conformance Corrective and Preventive Action

Contractor shall appoint an independent Professional Environmental Auditor to undertake the following tasks:

This section shall stipulate corrective as well as preven- tive actions that will be initiat- ed if environmental non-com- pliances are detected from monitoring data or environ- mental audits.

Carry out environmen- tal compliance audits quarterly to check implementation of the EMP. Interpret monitoring data. Verify implementation of corrective and pre- ventive action.

 

4.8 Records

All environmental monitoring and audit reports as well as correspondence related to environmental management shall be retained at the site throughout the duration of the project. Records shall be stored securely and protected from damage. Records shall be made available to JKR or any other regulatory agencies upon request. The records are : -

Prepare a comprehen- sive environmental auditing report.

The environmental auditor selected shall have the neces- sary expertise and experience to execute the work diligently and professionally in accor- dance to the requirements of ISO 14000. The environmen- tal auditor shall be registered with DOE.

Monitoring data. Audit reports. Management Review Records.

Compliance audits shall be carried out quarterly.

4.10 Management Review

4.9 Environmental Audits

This section shall include the auditing procedure and set out an auditing schedule. The audit will focus on implemen- tation of the EMP and the other environmental manage- ment elements in the imple- mentation of the project. The

The Contractor shall seek the S.O. approval to arrange a management review on a peri- odic basis on the effective- ness of the Environmental Management Plan (EMP).

 
 
on the effective- ness of the Environmental Management Plan (EMP).   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )
on the effective- ness of the Environmental Management Plan (EMP).   ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN )

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GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the EMP by the CONTRACTOR     5.0 ENVIRONMENTAL 5.2 Water
GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the EMP by the CONTRACTOR     5.0 ENVIRONMENTAL 5.2 Water
 
   
 

5.0 ENVIRONMENTAL

5.2 Water Quality

MONITORING

The Contractor shall carry out environmental monitoring for the parameters stipulated in the Bill of Quantities. The actual sampling locations on site shall be stipulated in the EMP and will be subject to confirmation by the S.O. prior to commencement. All equip- ment shall be calibrated prior to use and monitoring shall be done according to the follow- ing methods:

5.1 Air Quality

Water quality of streams, rivers and outlets of mitigation ponds shall be monitored for the parameters: pH, Total Suspended Solids (TSS), Oil & Grease, Dissolved Oxygen (DO), Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD), E. coli and Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD), where applicable.

All field sampling shall be car- ried out by trained field per- sonnel and the samples shall be analysed in an accredited laboratory. The results from the laboratory shall be signed by a registered chemist. The analytical methods used shall be in accordance to the latest edition of 'Standard Methods for the Analyses of Water and Wastewater' as required under the Environmental Quality Act

(1974).

Ambient air quality monitoring shall be carried out to monitor for Total Suspended Particulates (TSP) using a High Volume Air Sampler. The following meteorological parameters shall be recorded during the sampling period to allow interpretation of the data:

5.3 Noise

Wind speed and direc- tion

Ambient noise level (8 hour average) shall be carried out by a qualified person at sensi- tive locations such as schools, hospitals, residential areas and orang asli settlements as stated in the EMP. These noise measurements shall be taken at the boundary of respective sensitive areas.

Determination of weather conditions (cloudy, rainy, etc.)

Analysis of samples shall be carried out by an independent accredited laboratory stated in the EMP.

 
   
 
out by an independent accredited laboratory stated in the EMP.     ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN
out by an independent accredited laboratory stated in the EMP.     ARAHAN TEKNIK ( JALAN

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GENERAL GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the EMP by the CONTRACTOR

GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the EMP by the CONTRACTOR 6.0 DELIVERABLES   The following documents
GUIDELINES for the PREPARATION of the EMP by the CONTRACTOR 6.0 DELIVERABLES   The following documents

6.0

DELIVERABLES

6.0 DELIVERABLES  
 

The following documents shall be submitted by the Contractor throughout the construction phase of the project:

Documents

No. of

 

Reporting

Timing

Copies

Frequency

Environmental Management Plan (EMP)

8

 

Once only

Within 30 days from the date of the Letter of Acceptance

Environmental Monitoring Reports

8

 

Monthly

2

weeks after monitoring

Environmental Audit Reports

8

 

Quarterly

2

weeks after audits

 

Note : A baseline set of environment monitoring shall be carried out prior to the preparation of the EMP.

 

7.0

QUANTITIES AND COSTS

 

The quantities set out in the Bill of Quantities are estimat- ed quantities of works to be executed by the Contractor and are provided for the pur- pose of comparing tenders.

The actual payment to be made to the Contractor shall be the actual quantity of work carried out and accepted by the S.O. for each item of work described in the Bill of Quantities and the rate or price inserted therein.

and accepted by the S.O. for each item of work described in the Bill of Quantities
work described in the Bill of Quantities and the rate or price inserted therein. ARAHAN TEKNIK
work described in the Bill of Quantities and the rate or price inserted therein. ARAHAN TEKNIK

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APPENDIX B GUIDELINES FOR BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS Page 56
APPENDIX B GUIDELINES FOR BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS Page 56
APPENDIX B GUIDELINES FOR BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS Page 56

APPENDIX B

GUIDELINES FOR BULK

FUEL STORAGE TANKS

APPENDIX B GUIDELINES FOR BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS Page 56
APPENDIX B GUIDELINES FOR BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS Page 56
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GUIDELINES FO BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS

GUIDELINES FO BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS     GUIDELINES FOR BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS 1. General
GUIDELINES FO BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS     GUIDELINES FOR BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS 1. General
 
   
 

GUIDELINES FOR BULK

FUEL STORAGE TANKS

1.

General

2.

Location

a) The contractor shall storage fuel (diesel, petrol) in proper bulk storage tanks/skid tanks. This tank should be placed in one loca- tion only for each work package and must be within the maintenance yard area. The tanks must be properly bund- ed and maintained properly.

a) In general, the storage tanks cannot be sited near the following areas

i) Close to water- ways (rivers/drains) or drinking water sources

ii) Close to welding workshops / naked flames

b) The Contractor shall store all chemicals and hazardous materials in suitable containers with appropriate labelling. A copy of the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) must be kept on Site at all times.

c) The Contractor must comply with the Classification, Labelling & packaging (CLP) Regulations under the OSHA.

iii) Close to public areas

iv) Close to labour camps

v) Close to over- head high ten- sion cables

b) All tanks shall be above ground. Underground tanks are strictly pro- hibited.

c) Tanks must be located at least 25m away from the site office and 50m away from labour camp. Where multiple tanks are present, the tanks must be spaced at least 2m apart.

 
 
multiple tanks are present, the tanks must be spaced at least 2m apart.   ARAHAN TEKNIK
multiple tanks are present, the tanks must be spaced at least 2m apart.   ARAHAN TEKNIK

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GUIDELINES FO BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS

GUIDELINES FO BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS     3. Containment bund   e) A safety barrier
GUIDELINES FO BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS     3. Containment bund   e) A safety barrier
 
   
 

3.

Containment bund

 

e)

A safety barrier should be erected between the bund-wall and dis charge bay to prevent trucks from knocking into the bund wall.

a) The Contractor must construct a perimeter bund around the stor- age tank to contain the contents of the tank in the event of spillage. The bund should be

 
 

4.

Hazard identification

 

made of concrete or bricks and should be at least 0.5m high.

b) The floor area within the bund wall must be constructed using impermeable material to prevent the product from seeping into the ground. Concrete floor- ing is recommended. The Floor must be even.

a) At the entrance to the storage site, a sign- board should be set up with the words "BAHAYA" and "DAN- GER” , painted with a letter size of 30cm on a bright yellow back- ground. The words "DILARANG MEROKOK" and 'NO SMOKING" must also be clearly displayed.

c) The bund-wall around the storage tanks should have a capacity to contain the worst spillage condition (110% of the capacity of the largest contain- er).

b) The Contractor must comply with the Classification, Labelling & Packaging (CLP) Regulations under the Occupational Safety and Heath Act 1994 (OSHA).

d) The bunded area shall be graded to a sump where an oil-water sep- arator should be installed and regularly maintained. There should not be any opening in the bund wall that may allow sur- face water run-off from the entering the stor- age site.

 
not be any opening in the bund wall that may allow sur- face water run-off from
may allow sur- face water run-off from the entering the stor- age site.   ARAHAN TEKNIK
may allow sur- face water run-off from the entering the stor- age site.   ARAHAN TEKNIK

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GUIDELINES FO BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS

GUIDELINES FO BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS     5. Routine maintenance 6. Fire prevention & fire
GUIDELINES FO BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS     5. Routine maintenance 6. Fire prevention & fire
 
   
 

5.

Routine maintenance

6.

Fire prevention & fire fighting

a) Surface oil from the sump/oil interceptor shall be skimmed off at regular intervals. The skimmed oil must be transferred to the waste oil storage drums.

a) Dry powder fire extin- guishers shall be made readily available at the storage tank area for use in the event of a fire.

b) The Contractor must ensure that all joints, pipes and hoses used to load and unload the fuel from the tanks are not leaking. All leaks should be repaired immediately.

b) No welding / hot works should be carried out within 50m of the stor- age tanks. No naked flame should for any reason be brought close to the tanks.

c) The tanks must be checked weekly for leakage. Any leakage so detected shall be attended to immediate- ly.

d) Truck movement near the tanks shall be con-

c) The telephone numbers of Jabatan Bomba shall be displayed promi- nently at the site office and on the tanks.

d) In the event of a fire, the Contractor shall activate Emergency Response Plan.

 

trolled. The truck speed shall be limited to no

 

more

than 5 km/hr. All

trucks parking next to the tanks shall be supervised. Lorry driv- ers should not be allowed to reverse or park their vehicles with- out supervision from the ground.

e) If the tanks are placed on an earth mound, regular checks must be carried out to ensure that soil beneath the tanks is not eroding.

 
 
be carried out to ensure that soil beneath the tanks is not eroding.   ARAHAN TEKNIK
be carried out to ensure that soil beneath the tanks is not eroding.   ARAHAN TEKNIK

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GUIDELINES FO BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS

GUIDELINES FO BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS     7. Oil and chemical spillage Soil contaminated by
GUIDELINES FO BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS     7. Oil and chemical spillage Soil contaminated by
 
   
 

7.

Oil and chemical spillage

Soil contaminated by fuel and oil must not be washed with water. The contaminated soil should be removed and stored in waste storage drums and labelled accordingly.

a) All spillage incidents of oil, diesel, petrol and chemicals must be reported to the DOE within 24 hours of their occurrence.

b) If the spill involves large quantities of petrol or diesel spillage, is should be considered as an Emergency and the Emergency Response Plan should be activated.

 

c) If a minor spill occurs, efforts must be made to contain the spill imme- diately. Sawdust or sand should be used to contain the spill from spreading. When the spill has been con- tained, the spilled material must be removed immediately using appropriate means and stored in storage drums. None of the spill shall be flushed into the drainage system.

d) For the purpose of spill containment 20kg pails containing sand or saw- dust must always be placed next to all bulk storage tanks.

purpose of spill containment 20kg pails containing sand or saw- dust must always be placed next
containing sand or saw- dust must always be placed next to all bulk storage tanks. ARAHAN
containing sand or saw- dust must always be placed next to all bulk storage tanks. ARAHAN

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APPENDIX C NEEDS STATEMENT Page 61
APPENDIX C NEEDS STATEMENT Page 61
APPENDIX C NEEDS STATEMENT Page 61

APPENDIX C

NEEDS STATEMENT

APPENDIX C NEEDS STATEMENT Page 61
APPENDIX C NEEDS STATEMENT Page 61
APPENDIX C NEEDS STATEMENT Page 61

NEEDS STATEMENT

NEEDS STATEMENT EXAMPLE OF NEEDS STATEMENT FOR ROAD PROJECT 1.0 PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT The Contractor
NEEDS STATEMENT EXAMPLE OF NEEDS STATEMENT FOR ROAD PROJECT 1.0 PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT The Contractor

EXAMPLE OF NEEDS STATEMENT FOR ROAD PROJECT

NEEDS STATEMENT EXAMPLE OF NEEDS STATEMENT FOR ROAD PROJECT 1.0 PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT The Contractor

1.0 PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT

The Contractor shall divert existing drains, waterways, etc. encountered during the progress of the Works without disrupting their flow system and if such diversion is tem- porary, he shall subsequently reinstate the same subject to the P.D.'s approval.

The Contractor shall construct berm drains, interceptor drains and other related drainage works to slopes which have reached the required formation levels. Temporary cover, for example, polythene or plastic cover shall be provided by the Contractor to exposed cut slopes.

The Contactor shall provide soil erosion control measures including silt fences, silt traps, sedimentation basins, etc. throughout the construction of the Works and restore and landscape sedimentation basins upon completion of contract.

The Contractor shall take nec- essary precautions to ensure that tyres of all vehicles leav- ing the site are free of mud.

The Contractor shall not carry out any open burning on the site without the written approval of the P.D.

The Contactor shall limit and control site clearing works to construction areas only. Existing trees are to be retained as much as possible and minimum tree cutting is allowed unless they impose danger to the public and traffic after completion of the project.

Topsoil from construction areas are to be transported to an area approved by the P.D. and reused for turfing, hydroseeding and landscaping purposes.

Turfing / hydroseeding is to be done immediately to slopes upon reaching their formation levels. To provide growth on cut slopes, hydroseeding shall be carried out together with bio-degradable or equivalent materials. Landscaping works shall commence early as per direction of the P.D.

The Contractor shall take nec- essary precautions to prevent the deposition of any debris, rubbish, silt, waste materials, foul water, chemicals, etc. arising from the execution of the Works into existing streams/waterways. This pro- vision may be varied only with the written approval of the P.D.