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Africa - Temane Regional Electricity Project : Environmental Assessment : Construction Environmental and Social Management Plan (English)

The development objective of the Temane Regional Electricity Project for Africa is to enhance transmission capacity for domestic and regional markets and increase electricity generation capacity through private sector participation. Some of the negative impacts and mitigation measures include: (1) dust caused by construction activities shall be controlled to ensure no detrimental effect on landowners, occupants, employees, or the public; (2) the construction contractor shall ensure that sufficient watering capacity is available on site to dampen dust at all work areas and along access roads used by construction traffic, particularly in areas where there are nearby communities; (3) all vehicles and equipment shall be fitted with noise suppression, as appropriate, and operated and maintained at all times in conformity with the manufacturer’s specifications, instructions, and manuals; (4) access to the construction site must be controlled to prevent sex workers from entering the construction camp; (5) evaluate opportunities for health systems strengthening (HSS) with government and key partners for improved case detection and treatment of tuberculosis (TB); (6) safe travelling speeds for each section of the route along the right of way shall be determined and enforced; (7) promote the development of a disciplined policing forum for the area, in collaboration with appropriate civil society organizations as well as the police department; and (8) promote awareness amongst members of the settlements about potential fire hazards and mechanisms for promoting household safety from fires.


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    Golder Associados Mocambique Limitada

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    Environmental Assessment

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    Southern Africa,

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    Construction Environmental and Social Management Plan

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    health and safety officer; construction phase; land site; environmental and social management; gastopower; social point of view; Social and Environmental Management; Environmental and Social Impact; Environmental and Social Performance; construction camp; damage to natural; hazardous waste management; negative environmental impact; adverse environmental impact; Joint Development Agreement; construction and operation; construction activities; mitigation measure; international good practice; electricity transmission line; requirements for performance; social work; sewage treatment plant; high risk area; water treatment facility; water supply pipeline; kv transmission line; codes of practice; community health worker; law and regulation; evidence of compliance; identification of risks; water supply management; soak away pit; traffic and pedestrian; environmental management technique; access road; monthly reports; construction period; bush fire; affected communities; heavy equipment; monitoring requirement; environmental damage; management requirements; organisational structure; corrective action; water pipeline; social aspect; local content; General Administration; Gas Pipeline; environmental performance; transport equipment; transport route; main contractor; water flow; awareness creation; road upgrade; document control; technology option; disciplinary procedure; license area; temporary bridge; integrated management; audit finding; iso 14001; construction management; linear infrastructure; management review



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Golder Associados Mocambique Limitada

Africa - Temane Regional Electricity Project : Environmental Assessment : Construction Environmental and Social Management Plan (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.