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Philippines - Second National Roads Improvement Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 33) : Social and environmental management systems and policy framework and operations manual (Inglês)

The objective of the Second Roads Improvement Project for the Philippines is to establish an environmentally, socially and financially sustainable management system for an improved National Roads System (NRS). This Initial Environmental Examination document (IEE) or in Bank's terms an Environmental Assessment (EA) contains data on environmental analysis on the proposed project and secondary data on the physical, biological, socio-economic study and some baseline studies from the field. Potential environmental impacts arise from project implementation, namely due to construction, and mitigation measures are provided in the EA, in compliance with the country's environmental laws and regulations, and the Bank's operational directives on the environment. The following are some of the mitigation measures that will be implemented during and after construction activities: provide protection equipment during rock blasting; review appropriate explosives and detonators and prohibit long lasting blasting periods; install silent mufflers to reduce construction and vehicular traffic noise; construction, particularly excavations, should be conducted during the dry season to avoid soil erosion and landslides; re-vegetation practices will be ensured following construction, specifically selecting natives species; also, after construction new trees will be planted that suitable to the area; allocate sufficient number of water spray trucks for dust control; stockpiles of soil and sand should be kept covered, while standard erosion control measures should be followed, including the use of stormwater drainage; wastes should be removed and disposed of appropriately; wastewater leakage, waters, and solid wastes shall be immediately repaired, followed by either adequate disposal, or waste recycling as possible; educate workers to clean their footwear; wear gas respirators during painting steel sheets and lane marking; hire experience skilled workers for operating construction heavy equipment including crane transportation vehicle, excavation and paving equipment; avoid excessive overloading; minimize displacement of families and structures; avoid night work; and finally, provide compensation for damages to assets of indigenous peoples (IPs) in a manner that is equitable and appropriate to their cultural practices.

Detalhes

  • Autor

    Department of Public Works and Highways, Environmental and Social Services Office (ESSO)

  • Data do documento

    2014/10/30

  • TIpo de documento

    Avaliação Ambiental

  • No. do relatório

    E1467

  • Nº do volume

    33

  • Total Volume(s)

    34 (Ver todos os volumes)

  • País

    Filipinas,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2014/10/30

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Social and environmental management systems and policy framework and operations manual

  • Palavras-chave

    Environment and Social Management Plan;Environmental and Social Management Plan;Social and Environmental Management System;Environmental and Social Impact;Environmental and Social Performance;Environmental and Social Safeguard;environmental compliance certificate;monitoring and evaluation plan;project monitoring and evaluation;Disaster Risk Reduction;Environmental Codes of Practice;international good practice;road and bridges;fund releases;negative environmental impact;social safeguard policy;Environmental Management Plan;cost of land;adverse environmental effect;payment of compensation;standard of living;medium term program;climate change adaptation;efficiency and quality;extent of loss;Integrated Pest Management;environmental impact statement;external monitoring function;environmental assessment instrument;compensation at replacement;environmental safeguard policy;gender and development;due diligence requirement;water storage capacity;social development outcome;expansion of access;procurement of equipment;private financial institution;applications for compensation;adverse social impact;law and regulation;cultural heritage site;development of infrastructure;fair market value;inventory of asset;detailed engineering design;reconstruction and rehabilitation;ownership of land;safety of dam;Natural Resource Management;physical cultural resources;public consultation;ancestral domains;infrastructure program;Social Assessment;mitigation measure;income restoration;civil works;Safeguard Policies;environmental law;stakeholder identification;safeguards requirement;social acceptability;noise monitoring;Contractual obligations;project costing;fund appropriation;grievance procedure;baseline information;environmental permit;institutional framework;social laws;private corporation;rehabilitation assistance;urban poor;Rural Poor;protected area;Country Systems;monitoring activity;emergency response;contract monitoring;replacement value;data gathering;information dissemination;environmental infrastructure;land acquisition;procuring entity;archaeological significance;private land;certification process;environmental performance;national regulation;international commitment;project impact;environmental cost;small fraction;project risk;land use;affected communities;social right;community practice;global environmental;administrative order;industrial area;local law;operational budget;residential area;nature reserve;development operation;environmental study;vulnerable people;gap analysis;cultural identities;development partner;risk assessment;special provision;field visits;social dimension;annual budget;investment proposal;flood area;Sewage Disposal;cumulative effect;focus group;road layout;social consideration;local infrastructure;social analysis;environmental approval;ecosystem disturbance;sensitive issues;filing fee;stakeholder engagement;environmental monitoring;Land Ownership;environmental regulation;environmental measure;construction work;medium-term program;annex annex;risk avoidance;regulatory instrument;water resource;expected return;public bidding;social issue;sustainable infrastructure;mission statement;social concern;infrastructure facility;environmental awareness;safeguards compliance;construction phase;environment policy;legal base;government budget;holistic approach;community health;pollution prevention;social aspect;safeguard measure;baseline survey;project identification;legal framework;application form;historical information;land title;title holders;productive asset;involuntary resettlement;title transfer;displaced person;cultural sensitivities;performance requirement;property right;rural setting;precautionary approach;culturally sensitive;review procedures;gender action;environmental risk;flood control;physical implementation;financial analysis;government mandate;environmental planning;environmental harm;delivery process;social tension;prior review;cultural value;

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