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GcConstructions Pty Ltd Environmental Management Plan to demolition, recycling and construction works at health and well being building 465 elgar Box Hill North 3128

GcConstructions Ltd a leading company in construction, has prepared the (Environmental Management Plan) or EMP to be put into place for all demolition and construction processes at;

BOX HILL INSTITUTE OF TAFE, BUILDING HEALTH AND WELL BEING PROJECT:

The works the will be carried out is demolition of existing building , Excavation and build a 3 story class 9b building to fit out stage, the building will accommodate Hairdresser students and also Nursing student, so the purpose the building is going to have is educational purposes.

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Fig 1: Proposed demolition work has been carried out so the works structure of the building needs to be carried out and fit out too complete the work accepted.

COMPANY POLICY

GcConstruction has made it too always carry out a few objectives during every job that as a company undertakes, one is always to work to the highest of qualities and too the highest standard that we know of, we try to work so that it has minimal disruptions to the lives of the everyday person. We strive on the fact on how environmentally friendly and concisions we are and ensure that the works will not leave any temporary or irreversible damage to the environment. We have a strict by line and always follow the legislation and codes of practice set by Australian Standards .

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OBJECTIVES

The objectives of the CEMP are to:

This CEMP lists all the required statuary legislation in regards to environmental concern on a building site and the objective of this CEMP is to ensure that the concerned legislation is to follow the correct procedures.

This CEMP lists all the guidelines which must be carried out in reference to the codes of practice and legislation which will help minimise the extent of environmental damage done as a result of construction processes been carried out.

This CEMP shall form a standard to which all staff of the Company must obey.

Outline all conditions of municipality in regards to working times, traffic regulating and the like.

Ensure that no change is made to the CEMP without the written permission of the Project

Manager, or their nominated representative(s)

Regulations and Legislative Requirements.

The CEMP and its contents are based as per ISO series of standards for the compliance of on-site activities and auditing. Victorian legislation how-ever has been incorporated as statutory rules that the Company must abide as per but not limited to, these State Governmental legislation.

Act

Purpose

Implication of the legislation

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Heritage (Further Amendment) Act 2004

Act No. 19/2004

1. Purpose

The purpose of this Act is to further amend the

Heritage Act 1995- (Principle Act

(a) to enable the registration of objects, whether

or not they are attached or adjacent to a

registered place or a place nominated for

inclusion in the Heritage Register;

(b) to enable the Heritage Council to adjourn the

period within which the Council must

determine a permit appeal;

(c) to require the consent of the relevant owner

to an application for consent under section

129 of that Act in relation to an

archaeological relic;

(d) to increase the range of orders a court may

make, and the powers of the Executive

Director, in relation to contraventions of that

Act;

(e) to improve generally the administration and

operation of that Act.

In accordance with this legislative document for the protection of heritage sites which may include archaeological excavations, landmarks of substantial significance or heritage buildings.

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Water Act 1989

No. 80 of 1989

Version incorporating amendments as at 1 January 2010

1 Purposes

This Act has the following purposes-

(a) to re-state, with amendments, the law

relating to water in Victoria;

(b) to provide for the integrated management of

all elements of the terrestrial phase of the

water cycle;

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(c) to promote the orderly, equitable and

efficient use of water resources;

(d) to make sure that water resources are

conserved and properly managed for

sustainable use for the benefit of present and

future Victorians;

(e) to maximise community involvement in the

making and implementation of arrangements

relating to the use, conservation or

management of water resources;

(f) to eliminate inconsistencies in the treatment

of surface and groundwater resources and

waterways;

(g) to provide better definition of private water

entitlements and the entitlements of

Authorities;

(h) to foster the provision of responsible and

efficient water services suited to various

needs and various consumers;

(i) to provide recourse for persons affected by

administrative decisions;

(j) to provide formal means for the protection

and enhancement of the environmental

qualities of waterways and their in-stream

uses;

(k) to provide for the protection of catchment

conditions;

(l) to replace many forms of detailed

administrative supervision of Authorities

with general supervision by the Minister,

through approved corporate plans and

express directions;

(m) to continue in existence and to protect all

public and private rights to water existing

before the commencement of the relevant

provisions of this Act.

In accordance with this legislative document for the sustainable conservation of water and the careful monitoring of consumption of water for processes within the Industrial, Commercial and Domestic industries. Also including the careful monitoring and control methods necessary to enforce the prohibiting of spoiling stormwater run off and discharging of industrial effluent, noxious chemicals and sediments into the stormwater discharge system.

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Environment Protection Act 1970

No. 8056 of 1970

Version incorporating amendments as at 1 January 2010

1A Purpose

(1) The purpose of this Act is to create a legislative framework for the protection of the environment in Victoria having regard to the principles of environment protection.

(2) The principles of environment protection are set out in sections 1B to 1L of the Act.

(3) It is the intention of Parliament that in the administration of this Act regard should be given to the principles of environment protection.

In accordance with this legislation for indefinite protection methods and control methods necessary to enforce prohibiting of minor to irreversible damage to the environment from Industrial, Commercial and Domestic processes. The Act sets in place all the above criteria for many of but not limited to the different types of environments and types of environmental issues, methods of control and environmental damages such as

Air; the pollution of air by releasing huge amounts of carbon or other chemicals.

Ground and water contamination.

Blackwater; Sewerage and treatment of sewerage effluent.

Greywater; Effluent were chemicals or sediment is suspended in water and control measures for when the producing or reusing greywater.

Part 1I of the Act Principle of wastes hierarchy; Wastes should be managed in accordance with the

following order of preference-

(a) avoidance;

(b) re-use;

(c) re-cycling;

(d) recovery of energy;

(e) treatment;

(f) containment;

(g) disposal.

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Planning and Environment Act 1987

No. 45 of 1987

Version incorporating amendments as at 18 November 2009

The purpose of this Act is to establish a framework for planning the use, development and protection of land in Victoria in the present and long-term interests of all Victorians.

In accordance with this legislation all planning's of works done on the building site shall be carried out in accordance with this Act and this CEMP. The building site must be subject to many planning provisions set in place by State Government to gain specific accreditations such as planning permits to be able to commit to works on the building site. This is to ensure that all pre-cautions in regards to the environment and town planning has been thoroughly certified before commencement of works.

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Occupational Health and Safety Regulations

2007 S.R. No. 54/2007 Version incorporating amendments as at 13 April 2010

The objectives of these Regulations are-

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(a) to further the objects of the Occupational

Health and Safety Act 2004 by-

(i) providing for health and safety in

relation to workplaces and hazards,

activities and things at workplaces; and

(ii) providing for the safe operation of

major hazard facilities and mines in

order to reduce the likelihood of a

serious incident occurring; and

(iii) providing for the registration of certain

people engaged in construction work at

workplaces; and

(iv) providing for the licensing of certain

people engaged in high risk work at

workplaces; and

(v) providing procedures for the resolution

of health and safety issues at

workplaces; and

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(vi) specifying the information to be

included in entry permits issued under

Part 8 of the Act; and

(vii) providing for other matters that are

required or permitted by the Act or that

are necessary to give effect to the Act;

and

(b) to further the objects of the Dangerous

Goods Act 1985 by-

(i) prohibiting the use of asbestos; and

(ii) providing for the protection of property

from damage from the use of dangerous

goods at major hazard facilities.

In accordance with this legislation all high risked works in concerns with construction and demolition works will require the appropriately licensed personnel concerned to be inducted onto a building site. This includes all construction personnel present on site to be inducted with their High risk works licence type white card, all service contractors including plumbers, electricians and the like to have their concerned licences and all other trades to be registered with the Building Commission including the Demolition contractor who must have their appropriate licence with the concerned authorities to perform demolition and recycling works. In accordance with this legislation also prohibits the use and re-use of asbestos which must be disposed of in accordance with AS 2601-2001 The demolition of structures. In accordance with this legislation the company being an employer to all its personnel and agents must provide a duty of care by ensuring that all personnel are appropriately attired with the correct protective equipment and closure for the works that they are performing and ensure that the environment to which this companies personnel and agents operate under do not put them under immediate risk to their safety which includes good house keeping including the prompt removal of hazardous wastes in a compliant manner and that their working environment does not pose long term bodily damage with the release of harmful and noxious substances into confined areas such as carbon monoxide (exhaust fumes) in basement areas ect.

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Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004

No. 107 of 2004

Version incorporating amendments as at 1 July 2010

(1) The objects of this Act are-

(a) to secure the health, safety and welfare of

employees and other persons at work; and

(b) to eliminate, at the source, risks to the health,

safety or welfare of employees and other

persons at work; and

(c) to ensure that the health and safety of

members of the public is not placed at risk

by the conduct of undertakings by employers

and self-employed persons; and

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(d) to provide for the involvement of employees,

employers, and organisations representing

those persons, in the formulation and

implementation of health, safety and welfare

standards-

having regard to the principles of health and

safety protection set out in section 4.

(2) It is the intention of the Parliament that in the

administration of this Act regard should be had to

the principles of health and safety protection set

out in section 4.

In accordance with this legislation all best general practices from compliance codes provided by the relevant authority shall be adhered to. This includes compliance codes such as National Code of Practice for Noise Management and Protection of Hearing at Work [NOHSC: 2009(2004)] for the regulation of amount of noise that can be released into the environment at such a point in time. This legislation shall also be in accordance with the Occupational Health and Safety Regulations

2007 as both these legislative documents are similar. The Act however outlines the powers of inspectors whom without discretion may appear on site anytime to inspect its physical condition.

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Dangerous Goods Act 1985

No. 10189 of 1985

Version incorporating amendments as at 1 January 2010

An Act to promote the safety of persons and property in relation

to the manufacture, storage, transfer, transport, sale, purchase

and use of dangerous goods and the import of explosives, to

consolidate and amend the law relating to explosives and other

dangerous goods, to repeal the Liquid Fuel Act 1941, the

Liquified Petroleum Gas Act 1958, the Explosives Act 1960,

the Inflammable Liquids Act 1966, the Liquefied Gases Act

1968 and the Dangerous Goods (Road Transport) Act 1984,

to amend the Health Act 1958, the Mines Act 1958, the

Transport Act 1983 and for other purposes.

1 Short title

This Act may be cited as the Dangerous Goods

Act 1985.

In accordance with this legislation this Act shall holistically appeal to all the following Acts: Liquid Fuel Act 1941, the Liquified Petroleum Gas Act 1958, the Explosives Act 1960,

the Inflammable Liquids Act 1966, the Liquefied Gases Act

1968 and the Dangerous Goods (Road Transport) Act 1984,

to amend the Health Act 1958, the Mines Act 1958, the

Transport Act 1983 and for other purposes. All Dangerous goods, hazardous materials and hazardous wastes shall be transported and handled in accordance with this Act which will include but not limited to the use of MSDS sheets for all conspicuous materials which shall outline its ingredients, chemical formula, OHS protocols on its usage, first aid into the treatment of a dosage if it where to be inflicted on the user, manufacture details and contacts and its identification code whether it may be flammable, explosive, toxic or non toxic gas and its known environmental impact if released into the environment in substantial quantities such as DDT which causes deformity in species of birds such as reduce egg shell thickness and irregular reproductive habits.

Code of Practice

Purpose

Implication of the legislation

GUIDELINES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

(EPA) Code of Practice for Small Waste Water Plants Publication 891.2 December 2008

This code of practice put forward by the Environmental Protection Agency sets a permanent framework for viable practices for the control measures of Grey and Black Water which deemed by the EPA is to be acceptable for use in Domestic and Commercial sectors of Industry. This code in particular is suited for sites which accommodate less than 500 persons and is substantial for any medium-rise commercial building site. The code sets forth proposed options on how to implicate waste water treatment systems for grey water, black water and auditing protocols to ensure that the systems in use remain relevant and compliant.

In accordance with this Code of Practice which is benchmarked and referenced in accordance with Environmental Protection Act 1970. This Code shall be referenced for the installation, maintenance, auditing and operation of systems which process grey water and black water into recycled water which can be used for irrigation, toilets and washing of plant equipment on the construction site. How-ever the recycled water cannot be used for consuming and would pose many health risks. Reducing the risk would include that during induction processes newly inducted staff are aware that the water other than what is in the site sheds is not readily available for drinking. Signage around water sources on-site will also be included as a medium for warning staff that the water is un-suitable for drinking.

National Code of Practice for Noise Management and Protection of Hearing at Work [NOHSC: 2009(2004)]

3rd Edition

This National Code of Practice for Noise Management and Protection of Hearing at Work [NOHSC:2009(2004)] applies to all workplaces where there is potential for exposure to excessive noise, the plant and processes in those workplaces, and all persons in those workplaces (consistent with relevant State/Territory legislation) with potential for exposure to excessive noise.

In accordance with this Code of Practice which is benchmarked and referenced in accordance with OH&S Act 2004, Environment Protection (Residential Noise)

Regulations 2008 and Environmental Protection Act 1970. This Code shall set in place the minimum amount of noise pollution allowed to be released into the environment. This shall ensure the personnel health, especially hearing health of all personnel out on site and to ensure that excessive noise pollution shall not be released into the environment which would be sufficient enough to disturb the general public's everyday living and the environment, especially fauna which may dwell in the area of construction.

AS 2601-2001

The demolition of structures

This Standard sets out requirements and provides guidance to planners, owners, engineers, contractors and interested parties on the planning and procedures for the demolition of a structure.

The Standard also provides advice and guidance on a range of controlled demolition methods so that the risk-

(a) to the health and safety of the public and site personnel and occupiers of an adjoining property; and

(b) of damage to the immediate environment; and

(c) of damage to adjoining premises will be minimized.

In accordance with this Standard Code all works concerning the demolition of super-structures shall be carried out as per an organised framework listing the procedures in regards to demolition practices. This includes the safe removal of malicious substances, such as asbestos, safe removal of general construction wastes dust control, sediment control, noise and vibration control and the release of noxious chemicals into the environment. Other issues regarding what requires extensive planning would be the under-shoring of surrounding buildings to prevent under-mining of these buildings which would severely compromise the structural integrity which would pose many high risk safety issues. All demolition works is to be carried out by a licensed contractor.

CODE OF PRACTICE FOR THE SAFE REMOVAL OF ASBESTOS 2nd Edition [NOHSC:2002(2005)]

The purpose of this code of practice is to provide compliant action for the safe removal of asbestos and asbestos-containing materials (ACM) from buildings and structures, plant and equipment, and vehicles.

In accordance with this Code all works concerning the removal of asbestos, especially during the demolition stage of works shall be carried out as per this Code. This includes the identification, control, safe removal and disposal of asbestos from the building site.

NATIONAL CODE OF PRACTICE

FOR INDUCTION

FOR CONSTRUCTION WORK

The National Standard for Construction Work [NOHSC:1016 (2005)] (the National Standard), aims to protect persons from the hazards associated with construction work. This Code of Practice provides guidance to persons working in the general and residential construction sectors on the types of induction training that may be needed to provide construction workers with an awareness and understanding of common hazards on construction sites and how they should be managed.

In accordance with this Code all Induction practices regarding employees, sub-contractors and visitors to the building site shall be carried out as per this Code. In regards to environmental issues all Inducted building personnel shall be briefed on the current site rules put in place for the compliance of the environmental frameworks put in place as per this CEMP. It shall be noted to all newly inducted personnel on what is required to ensure that everyone on site performs the works in an environmentally friendly manner and that the works carried out are compliant as per environmental legislation put in place. This code is also benchmarked and referenced for use as per ISO 1400 Environmental Management Systems as Competence training and entire Company awareness to be environmentally friendly.

NATIONAL CODE OF PRACTICE

FOR HAZIDOUS MATERIALS.

The purpose of this Code of Practice is to help manufacturers, importers and suppliers of hazardous substances and employers using these substances, to meet the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety (Hazardous Substances) Regulations 2004 (the Regulations), so as to protect people at work against risks to health from exposure to hazardous substances.

In accordance with this Code all Hazardous Materials shall be identified, controlled, transported, used and disposed if necessary as per this Code. The safe use and careful controlling and monitoring of hazardous materials will ensure the personnel health of all staff on site and the general public and that these hazardous materials shall not escape into the environment to cause severe damage.

Australian Standard AS 2436-1981: Guide to Noise Control on Construction, Maintenance and Demolition

Sites.

The purpose of this Standard is to set guidelines for acceptable limits of noise escaping into the medium on a construction and demolition site.

In accordance with this Standard all plant, equipment and activities which generate substantial noise shall be regulated as per this standard with approved remedial methods such as the implementation and ensuring of high maintenance of all mufflers and baffles to all plant and equipment on the demolition and building site.

Codes of Practice.

All works including demolition and construction works shall be carried out in accordance with but not limited to the following codes of practice.

Code of Practice

Purpose

Implication of the legislation

GUIDELINES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

(EPA) Code of Practice for Small Waste Water Plants Publication 891.2 December 2008

This code of practice put forward by the Environmental Protection Agency sets a permanent framework for viable practices for the control measures of Grey and Black Water which deemed by the EPA is to be acceptable for use in Domestic and Commercial sectors of Industry. This code in particular is suited for sites which accommodate less than 500 persons and is substantial for any medium-rise commercial building site. The code sets forth proposed options on how to implicate waste water treatment systems for grey water, black water and auditing protocols to ensure that the systems in use remain relevant and compliant.

In accordance with this Code of Practice which is benchmarked and referenced in accordance with Environmental Protection Act 1970. This Code shall be referenced for the installation, maintenance, auditing and operation of systems which process grey water and black water into recycled water which can be used for irrigation, toilets and washing of plant equipment on the construction site. How-ever the recycled water cannot be used for consuming and would pose many health risks. Reducing the risk would include that during induction processes newly inducted staff are aware that the water other than what is in the site sheds is not readily available for drinking. Signage around water sources on-site will also be included as a medium for warning staff that the water is un-suitable for drinking.

National Code of Practice for Noise Management and Protection of Hearing at Work [NOHSC: 2009(2004)]

3rd Edition

This National Code of Practice for Noise Management and Protection of Hearing at Work [NOHSC:2009(2004)] applies to all workplaces where there is potential for exposure to excessive noise, the plant and processes in those workplaces, and all persons in those workplaces (consistent with relevant State/Territory legislation) with potential for exposure to excessive noise.

In accordance with this Code of Practice which is benchmarked and referenced in accordance with OH&S Act 2004, Environment Protection (Residential Noise)

Regulations 2008 and Environmental Protection Act 1970. This Code shall set in place the minimum amount of noise pollution allowed to be released into the environment. This shall ensure the personnel health, especially hearing health of all personnel out on site and to ensure that excessive noise pollution shall not be released into the environment which would be sufficient enough to disturb the general public's everyday living and the environment, especially fauna which may dwell in the area of construction.

AS 2601-2001

The demolition of structures

This Standard sets out requirements and provides guidance to planners, owners, engineers, contractors and interested parties on the planning and procedures for the demolition of a structure.

The Standard also provides advice and guidance on a range of controlled demolition methods so that the risk-

(a) to the health and safety of the public and site personnel and occupiers of an adjoining property; and

(b) of damage to the immediate environment; and

(c) of damage to adjoining premises will be minimized.

In accordance with this Standard Code all works concerning the demolition of super-structures shall be carried out as per an organised framework listing the procedures in regards to demolition practices. This includes the safe removal of malicious substances, such as asbestos, safe removal of general construction wastes dust control, sediment control, noise and vibration control and the release of noxious chemicals into the environment. Other issues regarding what requires extensive planning would be the under-shoring of surrounding buildings to prevent under-mining of these buildings which would severely compromise the structural integrity which would pose many high risk safety issues. All demolition works is to be carried out by a licensed contractor.

CODE OF PRACTICE FOR THE SAFE REMOVAL OF ASBESTOS 2nd Edition [NOHSC:2002(2005)]

The purpose of this code of practice is to provide compliant action for the safe removal of asbestos and asbestos-containing materials (ACM) from buildings and structures, plant and equipment, and vehicles.

In accordance with this Code all works concerning the removal of asbestos, especially during the demolition stage of works shall be carried out as per this Code. This includes the identification, control, safe removal and disposal of asbestos from the building site.

NATIONAL CODE OF PRACTICE

FOR INDUCTION

FOR CONSTRUCTION WORK

The National Standard for Construction Work [NOHSC:1016 (2005)] (the National Standard), aims to protect persons from the hazards associated with construction work. This Code of Practice provides guidance to persons working in the general and residential construction sectors on the types of induction training that may be needed to provide construction workers with an awareness and understanding of common hazards on construction sites and how they should be managed.

In accordance with this Code all Induction practices regarding employees, sub-contractors and visitors to the building site shall be carried out as per this Code. In regards to environmental issues all Inducted building personnel shall be briefed on the current site rules put in place for the compliance of the environmental frameworks put in place as per this CEMP. It shall be noted to all newly inducted personnel on what is required to ensure that everyone on site performs the works in an environmentally friendly manner and that the works carried out are compliant as per environmental legislation put in place. This code is also benchmarked and referenced for use as per ISO 1400 Environmental Management Systems as Competence training and entire Company awareness to be environmentally friendly.

NATIONAL CODE OF PRACTICE

FOR HAZIDOUS MATERIALS.

The purpose of this Code of Practice is to help manufacturers, importers and suppliers of hazardous substances and employers using these substances, to meet the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety (Hazardous Substances) Regulations 2004 (the Regulations), so as to protect people at work against risks to health from exposure to hazardous substances.

In accordance with this Code all Hazardous Materials shall be identified, controlled, transported, used and disposed if necessary as per this Code. The safe use and careful controlling and monitoring of hazardous materials will ensure the personnel health of all staff on site and the general public and that these hazardous materials shall not escape into the environment to cause severe damage.

Australian Standard AS 2436-1981: Guide to Noise Control on Construction, Maintenance and Demolition

Sites.

The purpose of this Standard is to set guidelines for acceptable limits of noise escaping into the medium on a construction and demolition site.

In accordance with this Standard all plant, equipment and activities which generate substantial noise shall be regulated as per this standard with approved remedial methods such as the implementation and ensuring of high maintenance of all mufflers and baffles to all plant and equipment on the demolition and building site.

Site description

The site is located 465 elgar rd box hill, The building was formely used by the box hill institute but want to remodel the school grounds.

The works the will be carried out is demolition of existing building , Excavation and build a 3 story class 9b building to fit out stage, the building will accommodate Hairdresser students and also Nursing student, so the purpose the building is going to have is educational purposes.

Project Specific Licences and Permits.

All demolition site work, including materials recycling and/or disposal, shall be undertaken with the

appropriate regulatory approvals, licences and/or permits in place and shall comply with applicable

environmental regulatory and legislative requirements.

The approvals which will be required prior to initiating works are listed below

Regulatory Authority

License Permit

Purpose

Licence/Certification Holder

The Municipality.

City of Whitehorse.

Demolition Permit.

Part of the process of application for demolition and building permit.

Building and Roads Dilapidation Survey Certificate. The survey will be conducted extensively to verify and confirm any protection works that may need to be carried out to protect heritage sites, roads and streets and neighbouring houses during demolition works and recycling of building rubble. The survey shall have a recorded history of the surrounding infrastructure prior to any works commencing on site so that it can be used as evidence in the case of a dispute such as failure of structural integrity as a plausible result of demolition works on site.

Nicoz Construction Pty Ltd.

The Municipality. City of Whitehorse

Demolition Permit

Demolition Permit. The approval necessary to commence demolition works on the building site. The demolition permit must be taken out as soon as the Building Permit has been passed. The demolition works must be carried out by a WorkSafe licensed contractor. All requirements required to approve the demolition permit including SWMP (Site Waste Management Plan) and a SSAP (Site Setup Action Plan) must be approved and attached with Form B for application of a demolition permit during the application process.

Nicoz Construction Pty Ltd.

Act Planning and Land Authority.

asbestos removalist Class A: licensees can handle (include disturbing) asbestos in buildings, and remove and dispose of asbestos from buildings; and asbestos removalist Class B: licensees can handle (include disturbing) only bonded asbestos in buildings, and remove and dispose of only bonded asbestos from buildings.

License to remove Asbestos:

The approval required to allow a licensed contractor of these categories to remove and dispose of imbedded asbestos from a building.

Appointed Asbestos Removal Contractor.

EPA Victoria

Waste Disposal

and/or Waste

Recycling Licence

Approval to site

accept waste

Licences to remove general building rubble from building site: For disposal and/or recycling of waste materials removed from site - approval required

by Demolition Contractor from licensed

disposal and/or recycling site.

Appointed Demolition Contractor and Recycling Contractor.

EPA Victoria

Hazardous Waste/Goods Transport Permit.

Licences to transport hazardous wastes and goods from the building site: Road vehicles used to

transport industrial classified waste require to be licensed.

Transportee.