4.2. Environmental Cases
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This clause is part of policy clause section 4 Safety and Environmental Cases/Assessments . These Clauses contain the requirements that each safety and environmental case/assessment shall contain. Defence Regulators may require further, additional, requirements to what is contained in these clauses. Adherence to these Clauses will ensure safety and environmental cases/assessments contain the minimum evidence necessary to support safety and environmental arguments that Products, Systems and Services are safe to use.
Clause 4.2 of the Statute Policy mandated by DE&S states;
Project Teams or equivalents shall establish and maintain through-life environmental cases that provide a compelling, comprehensible and valid argument that the environmental impact of a Product, System or Service is reduced or minimised as far as is reasonably practicable.
- Policy Clause 4.2 Environmental Cases
This page links to all of the guidance and assurance that is necessary to fulfil in order to adhere to this policy.
Procedures Subject to Policy
Contracting for Safety
This generic procedure serves to outline the process of managing contracting safety.
Effective communication of the principles, goals and outputs of the Project Team’s Safety Management System and Environmental Management System is essential to the success of managing safety and environmental risks. It is important to ensure that relevant responsibilities are understood and that actions should be carried out in a coordinated and efficient way.
Document and Record Control
This generic procedure offers guidance on document and record control at a project level.
Environmental Management Plan
A fully resourced plan to manage potential impacts to the environment should be developed. It is likely that aspects will be known to the project team prior to commencement of the POEMS Process. This procedure should allow the project team to budget, resource tasks that may be required to assess the significance of the impacts from the project and to demonstrate that any significant impacts are minimised or reduced, as far as reasonably practicable.
Impact Priority Evaluation
The procedure provides guidance on how to assess the priority for managing the environmental impact. The aim of this procedure is to assign all the identified impacts to a priority of Low, Medium or High. This will determine which risks and impacts deserve further consideration.
Environmental Impact Management
This procedure focuses on the management and reporting of high and medium priority environmental impacts associated with the project.
Audit Question Set
Audit Question Set Section 4.2 Environmental Cases
The Audit Question Set used as assurance in order to adhere to the policy described in policy clause 4.2.