• Specifies the roles and responsibilities of personnel involved with all aspects of the construction activities
• Identifies the potential environmental impacts and mitigation measures that will be used to address them
• Establishes procedures for audits, monitoring and inspections specifies training, record keeping and document requirements As a general guideline, a CEMP is usually required for:
• Industrial facilities that contain manufacturing processes
• Residential and commercial development projects
• Development and infrastructure projects (e.g. railways, ports, airports, waste management facilities, water and sanitation facilities, etc)
• Power projects (e.g. power and desalination plants, geothermal plants, renewable energy facilities)
Any project required by EAD to perform an environmental study or otherwise required to obtain a license to operate. The CEMP must be submitted to EAD for approval prior to the scheduled beginning of construction.