Risk Management Planning
What is Risk Management Planning?
A Risk Management Plan is designed to identify and plan for the mitigation of all of the environmental risks associated with on-site activities during the construction phase of a development, that have the potential to cause environmental pollution.
What is involved in Risk Management Planning?
Risks are identified in the plan in a way that ensures that all of each is controlled or completely eliminated at all times. In order to identify risks, a Qualitative Risk Assessment must be carried out. Most pollution incidents are avoidable. Through careful planning McCarthy Keville O’Sullivan have reduced the risk of pollution arising from activities during the construction phase of numerous developments to an acceptable level or eliminated them entirely. Pollution preventing mitigation measures are proposed with cost at the forefront of our thinking.
How can we help?
Properly identifying and planning for the management of environmental risks at the planning stage can prove much more cost effective than cleaning up a pollution incident after it has occurred. Construction contractors and developers are increasingly aware of the cost implications and negative PR that can come with underestimating environmental problems. Risk Management Planning will help to prevent such problem before it ever occurs.