Audits of Environmental Management Plans on behalf of Perth Airport for: Pearl Aviation, Fleetwood, AkerSolutions, Toll Dnata, DHL Global Forwarding, Perth Flight Centre, Avis, Perth Mint, Toll Linehaul, Environpipes, Downer EDI, and WesTrac.
Tenants of the Perth Airport estate with significant environmental risks are required to develop and implement an Environmental Management Plan which satisfies requirements of the Perth Airport Environmental Strategy. Implementation and adequacy of the Plans is periodically audited by Perth Airport. Audits involve inspection of documents, procedures, records and work sites.
An Environmental Management Plan was developed for WorldLink, which conducts services associated with import and export of perishable goods, including fumigation. The Plan was developed to enable WorldLink to meet requirements of Perth Airport’s Environmental Strategy.
A desktop audit was conducted of conditions associated with BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance’s network access agreement. The audit included inspection of documents and records to ensure procedural conditions of the access agreement had been met.
Land clearing undertaken by Water Corporation during 2014-2016 was externally audited to meet a condition of the Corporation's Clearing Purpose Permit. The audit included evaluation of compliance with all conditions of the permit.
Annual internal audits were conducted of DM Civil’s certified Integrated (HSEQ) Management System as part of the requirements for maintaining certification. A number of desktop audits of Site Safety Management Plans against conditions of contracts were also undertaken.
An internal audit of Patrick’s Health Safety and Environment System for the Geraldton Port was undertaken, as a condition of the Geraldton Port Authority.
An ISO 14001:2004 certified Environmental Management System was developed for the Water Corporation. The project included development of many supporting procedures and processes and implementing them across the state-wide activities of the Water Corporation. This is arguably the biggest EMS in Australia involving many activities, services and environments across a vast state.
A Greenhouse Gas Management Strategy and Business Case and supporting risk management process was developed for the Water Corporation, targeted at zero net greenhouse emissions. As the State’s largest user of grid electricity, this required significant changes. The Strategy included combinations of: tree plantation offsets, renewable energy generation from biogas and renewable energy purchase, and energy use efficiency.
A Biodiversity Management Strategy was developed for the Water Corporation, which considered the many ways the Corporation is dependent on, and affects, biodiversity, and priority measures to be embedded in business as usual to optimize its dealings with biodiversity, within the context of the business.
A Green Transport Plan was developed for the Department of Agriculture, which included a representative working group and analysis of travel habits to work and options for encouraging greater use of use of public transport, car-pooling, cycling and walking.