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					              CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT PLAN


CONTRACT NO:                      520 0324


PROJECT TITLE:                    Felixstowe South Reconfiguration “FSR”


PROJECT ADDRESS:                  Costain Ltd
                                  c/o Curlew House
                                  Port of Felixstowe
                                  The Dock
                                  Felixstowe
                                  Suffolk
                                  IP11 3TS

TELEPHONE:                        01394 613534


CLIENT:                           The Felixstowe Dock and Rail Company

Initial Issue – Rev 2                                  Table 1

        CMP Prepared by                          REVIEW BY:                AUTHORISATION FOR ISSUE

Sign:                     Sign:                        Sign:               Sign:




                                                       Print: ND           Print: David Alefs
Print: JY                 Print: SW

Date: 16/07/08            Date: 11/07/08               Date: 18/07/08      Date:




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Construction Management Plan



Contents




    1.0     Scope                                  4



    2.0     Contacts and Responsibilities         4–6



    3.0     Construction Noise & Vibration        6–7



    4.0     Construction Lighting                  7



    5.0     Dust Management                       8–9



    6.0     Traffic Management Plan              9 – 12



    7.0     Concrete Pouring                     12 – 13



    8.0     Pollution Control                      13




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Appendices:


Appendix 1    Part C – Environmental Issues



Appendix 2    Site Environmental Control Plan.
              Impact – Noise incorporating vibration


Appendix 3    Existing lighting and specification



Appendix 4    Construction lighting specification



Appendix 5    Site Environmental Control Plan.
              Impact – Dust and general nuisance


Appendix 6    Wheel Wash & Crusher specifications



Appendix 7    Site Waste Management Plan



Appendix 8    Felixstowe South Reconfiguration Travel Plan



Appendix 9    Felixstowe FSR Project Travel plan Survey



Appendix 10   Site Environmental Control Plan.
              Impact – Water


Appendix 11   Health, Safety and Environmental (‘SHE’)
              Incident Response & Emergency Action Plan




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1.0   Scope

      This Construction Management Plan (CMP) details Costain’s management of the issues
      highlighted in Condition 10 of the planning consent to the Felixstowe South Reconfiguration
      Development, during the construction phase of the development

      Sections are therefore included on the following aspects in accordance with the planning
      requirements of the project:


      Section 3.0        Construction noise and vibration            Conditions 11 to 17
      Section 4.0        Construction lighting                       Condition 22

      Section 5.0        Construction dust management                Conditions 24 to 28

      Section 6.0        Traffic management plan                     Condition 10

      Section 6.3        Mud on Roads                                Condition 25

      Section 7.0        Concrete Pouring                            Condition 29
      Section 8.0        Pollution control                           Conditions 29 to 30


      Costain’s Construction Phase Health, Safety and Environmental Management Plan
      (HASEMP), details the on-site management of these issues. Site Environmental Control
      Plans are also included as part of this document, which are appended to this CMP, together
      with further clarification of the key issues. The HASEMP is an integral part of the project’s
      implementation strategy for controlling issues that have the potential for impacting on the
      wider community.

      Section C of the HASEMP details the site management of environmental issues, and this is
      included for information in Appendix 1. Detailed Method Statements and risk assessments
      are produced for each activity during the works as scheduled in the HASEMP.


2.0   Contacts and Responsibilities

      The principle responsibilities are detailed in the control plans appended to this document
      and are summarised below:




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2.1   Principle responsibilities for noise incorporating vibration

 Project Director       Overall responsibility
 Bureau Veritas         Predicted noise and vibration levels and monitoring
 Engineer               Records of percussive piling operations
 Section Managers       Day-to-day implementation of RAMS and mitigation measures
 and Works Managers


2.2   Principle responsibility for Construction Lighting

 Project Director                Overall responsibility
 Costain SHE Manager             Light monitoring
 Engineer                        Visual monitoring (if required)


2.3   Principle responsibilities for dust and general nuisance

 Project Director                Overall responsibility
 Costain Geotechnical Services   Dust monitoring
 Engineer                        Visual dust monitoring
 Section Managers and Works      Day-to-day implementation of RAMS and mitigation measures
 Managers


2.4   Principle responsibilities for Construction Traffic

 Project Director                Overall responsibility
 Costain SHE Manager/            Monitoring
 Community Liaison Manager
 Engineer                        Visual dust monitoring
 Section Managers and Works      Day-to-day implementation of RAMS and mitigation measures
 Managers


2.5   Principle responsibilities for Concrete pouring

 Project Director        Overall responsibility
 Section Managers and    Ensuing RAMS are worked to and controls implemented
 Works Managers
 Engineer                Visual inspections, water quality sampling (if required)


2.6   Principle responsibilities for Pollution control

 Project Director        Overall responsibility
 Section Managers and    Ensuing RAMS are worked to and controls implemented
 Works Managers
 Engineer                 Inspections, sampling (if required)
 SHE Manager              Monitoring




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2.7   Contacts

      Telephone numbers are available for the general public to contact the Costain project team,
      these telephone numbers are manned 24-hours and are run by independent organisations.
      Posters for these schemes are displayed in various locations around the Felixstowe port
      including the boundaries to the site.

      The schemes that are in use are the ‘Considerate Constructors Scheme’ and a direct
      number to Costain. The calls are taken by independent call centres, which are then
      reported back to the site contacts. These numbers are advertised on posters around the
      site, and will be provided to interested parties. Notable contact numbers are:

         •   Considerate Constructors: 0800 783 1423
         •   Independent 24-hour care line: 0800 138 5479
         •   Site no# 01394 613534
         •   James York (Community Liaison Manager) 07824 999 306
         •   Steve Postlethwaite (SHE Manager) 07717 838 942
         •   Sonya Watson (Environmental Officer) 07799 435 992
         •   Dave Etherington (Works Superintendent) 07717 344 453
         •   Paul Clough (Site Agent) 07739 634 041
         •   Adrian Cronin (Site Agent) 07799 435 583
         •   Nigel Desert (Deputy Project Director) 07799 435 813
         •   David Alefs (Project Director) 07799 435 514

      Public relations exercises will also be undertaken to advise the public and authorities of
      current and future works, in conjunction with Felixstowe Dock and Railway Company.


3.0   Construction Noise & Vibration

      The noise and vibration issues, detailed in conditions 11 to 17 of the Planning Conditions
      will be covered by separate detailed analysis by Bureau Veritas. They are an experienced
      consultancy that has also been involved with this project in the pre-construction phase, and
      in other developments in the port area.

      Bureau Veritas have already been engaged on the project to complete an initial Section 61
      application for the initial pilling work to be carried out. This has been approved by the local
      Environmental Health Officer and noise monitoring is being undertaken during the piling
      works. Further submissions are being finalised to cover the general noise during the
      construction phase and a second Section 61 application will be made for the main quay
      wall piling.

      These noise plans will include details of further monitoring work that will be carried out
      during the project to verify that the noise levels are not being exceeded. Part of this will be
      to propose and agree the points for further monitoring, which will be centred on the
      sensitive areas close to the site.

      The HASEMP includes general site procedures for reducing noise, detailing best practice
      that will be followed during the construction works. This Site Environmental Control Plan is
      included in Appendix 2. The basic precautions that will be taken to minimise noise on the
      site are given including silenced plant, working hours and reduced working hours for
      percussive piling operations.




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      The limitations agreed in the Section 61 for noise are as follows:

      The project shall not exceed the following noise levels: -
         a) 70 dB LAeq 1 hr during the hours of 07:00 to 19:00 on Monday to Friday (excluding
             Bank Holidays)
         b) 55 dB LAeq 1 hr during the hours of 19:00 to 23:00 on Monday to Friday (excluding
             bank holidays)
         c) 70 dB LAeq 1 hr during the hours of 07:00 to 13:00 on Saturdays; and
         d) 50 dB LAeq 1 hr at all other times
             Daytime free-field equivalent sound pressure levels


      In the event that a complaint or concern is raised, an immediate review will be completed to
      remove the problem wherever possible and to establish what levels of noise and vibration
      have been emitted from the site. The interested parties will also be notified.

      In the event that the limits have been exceeded the operation will be modified and the noise
      and/or vibration rechecked from that operation to verify that the corrective action has been
      effective. These actions may include reducing the operating hours, resiting the equipment,
      changing the method of working or temporary barriers.

      In the event that the noise levels prescribed are not being exceeded, the complaint will be
      reviewed and discussions held with the third party to understand the problem further and
      evaluate whether the particular problem can be rectified or at least improved.
      Communication will be maintained in conjunction with the interested authorities.

      The piling methods are detailed in more detail in the respective Section 61 applications. On
      individual piles, particularly on any piling in the vicinity of the fort, equipment will be
      provided with a shroud. The main quay wall piles will be driven as far as possible with
      vibratory hammers to reduce the impact hammer driving. Detailed piling logs are
      maintained, which would detail the type of hammer, location, time and number of blows.


4.0   Construction Lighting

      The Construction lighting as detailed in conditions 22 & 23 will be limited and task specific.

      The activities that may be operating a 24-hour basis will be mainly the dredging and
      offshore activities. These are similar to the normal container vessels operating within the
      Harwich Haven Authority area and will only be carrying similar lighting to these.

      There will be no new high mast lights erected for the construction works itself, though the
      existing lights will be used (please see appendix 3 for the plan of existing lighting) at times
      before they are removed. These will be serviced to ensure proper functioning and the
      direction of the reflectors pointing towards the ground.

      The new high mast lights will be commissioned as each area is handed over to the client
      and may be used once erected. The direction of the reflectors will again be verified.

      On occasion mobile light towers may be used, particularly during winter towards the end of
      the day. These will utilise small portable tower masts that contain a maximum of 4x1000W
      reflectors, and with high quality of flat glass, which will be directed downwards and into the
      site (Please see appendix 4 for the product specification).

      Procedures will be put in place for monitoring the lighting, and adjustments will be made to
      lighting to ensure minimal environmental and social impacts occur.


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5.0   Dust Management

      Dust management for the project will be carried in accordance to the planning conditions 24
      – 28 and will be task specific.

      The HASEMP Site Environmental Control Plan for dust is included in Appendix 5, and
      covers the basic precautions to be taken for dust control. This covers all airborne issues,
      including fumes and smoke.

      In the event of a complaint in respect to any of the Costain works, however received, shall
      be directed to the Community Liaison Manager who will be responsible for following the
      complaint through to resolution and initiating and necessary enforcement or corrective
      action.

      Testing will be carried out daily as detailed in the control plan (appendix 5, section 7.0), and
      any high-recorded levels will be investigated to identify the source. Remedial action will
      then be taken to reduce levels and the monitoring repeated to verify that the corrective
      action has been successful

      The project is being constructed within an existing port area, which is currently paved. This
      covering will be maintained wherever possible to provide a hard surface that can be
      cleaned and maintained. Similarly any haul roads will be sprayed and swept. This will also
      allow delivery trucks to be kept relatively clean and significantly reduce the likelihood of
      dust on roads outside the site. In addition wheel washes will be established at the main site
      exit (see appendix 6 for specification and location plan).

      Cleaning of site roads will be carried out daily, however frequency will increase if
      necessary. It is important to recognise that this needs to be monitored consistently
      throughout the day, in light of site operations and weather conditions. However in dry
      conditions water spraying may be required at least twice per day. Suction road sweeping
      will be required on a daily basis, however during wet conditions this may need to be
      increased. All trucks will exit through the provided wheel wash, which is located at the exit
      of the site.

      Materials will be stored on site. These will include sea-dredged aggregates, crushed and
      reclaimed demolition materials. The moisture content of the aggregate will be inherently
      high and in general this will greatly reduce the potential for dust. The material for the final
      filling of the reclaimed area will need to be partly stored away from the new quay front, and
      stockpiles will established in various locations. In prolonged periods of dry weather, or
      where sea dredged materials are stored for long periods, measures will be taken to keep
      the material in a damp condition by water spraying.

      In order to reuse materials a crusher will be used, please see appendix 6 for specification
      and location plan. The crusher will create dust and for this reason it has been located with
      as far away from residential and highways as possible, given the constraints of the site and
      construction activities. A competent contractor will manage the Crusher with competent and
      well-trained employees, using well-maintained equipment. Regardless of this project as an
      organisation, Costain procures new equipment and only hire in date serviceable equipment.

      Costain will manage sub contractors in order to keep all plant and equipment used in good
      repair. Maintenance shall be carried out in accordance with the manufacturers
      recommendations or in such a manner or at such a greater frequency as operational
      experience may show to be appropriate.

      The demolition stockpiles will be given special consideration. These may amount to
      15,000-25,000m3, due to the sequencing of the works regarding demolition and use in the


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      permanent works. The stockpiles will be held in areas wherever possible out of the wind
      and kept to minimum practicable height. The stockpiles will be inspected daily for dust and
      when necessary dampened down and again if necessary screened with dust screens.

      The handling of these stockpiles will be by conventional construction equipment, either a
      360-degree excavator or front loader. The material being loaded will be from an area that
      is thoroughly soaked


6.0   Traffic Management Plan

      In accordance with the Statement of Common Ground on Construction Management and
      Travel Plan, SCG17, the construction team will reduce as far as possible any potential
      impacts of construction on the highway network during the construction of FSR Phase I.

      The travel plan and traffic management are designed to reduce the impact of the
      construction works on the existing road network. Traffic reduction measures are preferred
      to routing or increasing capacity. However some increase in traffic volumes will be
      inevitable and this plan details the specific measures to mitigate these effects.

      A travel plan has been drawn up, in association with the Port of Felixstowe, to reduce levels
      of employee traffic and to be able to monitor the effectiveness of these.

      The Construction Traffic Management Plan builds on Environmental Statement and
      Transport Assessment. The principle materials for the project will be delivered by sea
      wherever possible, together with the re-use of the demolition materials. Other material
      deliveries will take place over relatively long periods during the contract and at all times
      these will be scheduled to avoid peak times where possible.

      The bulk materials of the main piling material, reclamation fill and aggregates will be
      delivered direct to the project by sea. These materials total over 5,000,000T, and would
      potentially have generated 250,000 vehicle movements. In addition the re-use of the
      demolition arisings will contribute to the reduction of vehicle movements.


      The remaining numbers of deliveries are summarised in the table below:

      Description                                                    Estimated Deliveries (20T
                                                                              loads)
      Concrete                                                                 2,000
      Aggregates/cement                                                        1,500
      PCC paving blocks                                                        4,500
      Steel products, sheet piles and tie rods                                  200
      Miscellaneous                                                             500
                                                          Total                8,700


      These deliveries will take place over a period of 18 months, commencing in the autumn of
      2008. The average number of vehicles per day would then equate to 23, based on a 5-day
      week. The actual numbers of deliveries will be monitored to identify any peaks and
      minimise the impact.

      Deliveries or plant movements that are outside the normal permitted size of weight will be
      notified to the authorities. These will be identified in advance to allow liaison with interested
      parties.


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6.1   Access Routes

      The agreed access of all site traffic, including HGV’s, to the construction site is via Dock
      Gate 1, at the end of the A14. This will include construction vehicles associated with the
      work at the south end of the site, towards Landguard Fort. Access to the site via gate 1 is
      subject to opening hours; Monday – Friday 0500 - 2100, Saturday and Sunday 0600 –
      0800, 1800 - 2000. Outside of these hours gate 2 is to be used.


      The prescribed access route will be a condition of all supply orders and subcontracts, and
      no local roads will therefore be impacted. A log of regular drivers will be maintained,
      including records of agreements with organisations and the drivers to demonstrate their
      understanding of the prescribed access route. In the event of non-compliance, the
      subcontractor or supplier would be in breach of contract, allowing disciplinary action against
      individual drivers.

      Employees will be similarly advised to use the main access, except those residing in
      Felixstowe itself.

      The hours of operation and maximum vehicle movements will be agreed with The
      Highways Authority and Police. The site itself has sufficient areas available for all lorries to
      be accepted directly, and no holding areas will be required. Access to the site for deliveries
      will therefore be made available out of normal working hours if required.

      In the event of Operation Stack being enforced Costain will work closely with the Port of
      Felixstowe and the Police to ensure that inbound vehicles are where possible rescheduled.
      Communication channels will be established and early warnings will be circulated to
      subcontractors. Construction traffic will however still be allowed access to the Port and into
      the site as the Costain or subcontractor traffic will not include the effected container lorries
      and will not be of a significant volume.

      As the route to the docks is well signposted from the A14 it is not considered necessary to
      erect additional signs on the approach roads. These will only be positioned inside the port
      area itself to ensure the operations of the port are not impacted.


6.2   Site Access

      The main site access will allow all vehicles to enter the site in a forward direction. In the
      unlikely event that reversing is required, a competent banksman will be in attendance at all
      times.

      The site will be laid out to provide marshalling areas for vehicles, such that off-site holding
      areas will not be required. Deliveries will be scheduled with the main suppliers to ensure
      that overnight parking takes place in recognised facilities.


6.3   Mud on roads

      The site area is currently covered by hardstanding and the materials to be used for
      construction will predominantly be of a granular nature. The potential for mud is therefore
      much reduced, and by segregating the on-site traffic from the delivery vehicles this can be
      further reduced.




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      However there is still the potential during certain phases of the construction for vehicle
      washing and road sweeping to be required. Costain will therefore enforce strict measures
      in accordance to the planning condition 25, to avoid the environmental nuisance of mud on
      roads.

      These measures will include but are not limited to:

          •   Use of on approved mechanical road sweeper to clean the site of any mud or debris
              deposited by site vehicles within the vicinity of the site. The road sweeper is to be
              available whenever needed and will be properly used and maintained.
          •   Provision of wheel washing on all site exits and lorry jet washing facilities (See
              appendix 6 for product specification & location plan).
          •   Adequate sheeting of vehicles carrying waste materials
          •   Measures will be taken to ensure that mud and detritus is not swept into gullies.


6.4   Avoidance of dust

      Refer to Section 5.0 above for further details of dust management in accordance to
      condition 24 of the Planning Conditions. Specific issues relating to vehicles entering and
      leaving the site will include:

          •   Easily cleaned hardstanding areas for vehicles
          •   Maintain haul roads and hardstanding by regular brushing and water spraying
          •   All vehicles carrying soil and other dusty materials to be fully sheeted
          •   Enforce site speed limits


6.5   Vehicle Emissions

      All construction vehicles are required to comply with relevant European standards.
      Suppliers and drivers are required to:

          •   Switch off their vehicle’s engine when stationary to prevent exhaust emissions
          •   Maintain vehicles including engines in tune and catalysts working efficiently
          •   All vehicles used by contractors must comply with MOT emission standards at all
              times.


6.6   Waste Removal

      The removal of waste products from site will be minimised by recycling of excess materials
      wherever possible. The removal of waste is covered by a site waste plan attached in
      appendix 7, which follows the requirements of the Environment Agency under s.34 of the
      Environmental Protection Act 1990. Costain will also follow the guidelines contained in the
      statutory guidance, Waste Management, The Duty of Care, A Code of Practice, 1996.

      Loads will only be deposited at licensed tips, designated sites or into barges for sea
      dumping within the dumping licences provided by Harwich Haven Authority.

      To demonstrate the correct depositing of excavated material and to prevent the occurrence
      of fly-tipping, a ticket system will be operated. Costain will provide to Suffolk Costal District
      Council’s satisfaction, a sequentially numbered ticket system for each of its worksites to
      confirm that each load is deposited at an approved site.



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6.7   Marking of Lorries

      The marking of lorries regularly delivering to the project will be considered, but as the site
      entrance is within the port entrance it is not intended to mark every vehicle.


6.8   Monitoring

      As part of the ongoing process for ensuring that impacts due to construction traffic are
      minimised, a forum will be established between Costain, FDRC, SCDC, HA, Police and
      Suffolk County Council.

      In addition to the forum, the 24-hour independent public hotline mentioned in section 2, has
      been made available to members of the public. The hotline number will be published so that
      Costain can hear any queries or complaints.

      The forum would act as the body responsible for focusing on the impacts of traffic,
      providing early warning of forthcoming events, to overcome any difficulties that have arisen
      or that may arise and to summarise any calls received form the hotline.


6.9   Travel Plan

      The travel plan for site personnel is appended in Felixstowe South Reconfiguration Travel
      Plan (see appendix 8). This covers all aspects of Costain and subcontract employees travel
      to site.

      The Felixstowe South Reconfiguration Travel Plan discusses the current infrastructure
      available for employees travelling to the site, included is a feasibility study of the different
      transportation methods and conclusions are made. The document makes proposals for
      Costain to implement a car-sharing scheme in order to reduce traffic and thus reduce the
      impact on the road network.

      A single car occupancy reduction target of 7% is proposed and a methodology explaining
      how this is to be monitoring and controlled is included. In addition to the car-sharing
      scheme a proposal for a company subsidised minibus is explored, with the provision
      dependant on the distribution of employees. Within the methodology, a commitment to
      carry out a staff survey (see appendix 9) is made, to monitor travelling habits and
      demographics of staff. From this further exploration for alternative transportation methods
      can take place.


7.0   Concrete Pouring

      Concrete pouring and filling will be fully controlled to ensure that cement bound materials
      do not pose any pollution issues in accordance with condition 29 of the list of conditions.
      The following controls will be in place, which are detailed further in the Control Plan
      included in Appendix 10. The Control of Pollution impact of concrete is also detailed in
      Appendix 10 (Site Environmental Control Plan, for the impact of Pollution of watercourses.
      Batching plant will be located as far north as possible, and therefore downwind of the
      nearest local residents (please see appendix 10 section 11.0 for the location plan for
      batching plant).




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         •   Cement Bound Material will be batched on site with a continuous mixer that will load
             articulated dumper trucks, which will transport to the laying machine and be loaded
             by a hopper.
         •   Concrete washout shall be in a designated area as detailed in Appendix 10.
         •   All concrete pouring and filling operations shall be supervised and monitored
         •   Concrete use shall be monitored with accurate pour records
         •   Any drains in vicinity of concrete works will be covered
         •   Consider use of biodegradable shutter oils – handling, storage, use and disposal will
             be carefully controlled
         •   Ensure shutters are erected and checked, in accordance with temporary works
             designs, to minimise any losses from formwork


8.0   Pollution Control

      Pollution control measures are covered in detail in the Control Plan included in Appendix
      10, in accordance with planning condition 29 & 30. These include the following measures:

         •   Drip trays to be used for all static equipment, including pumps to ensure no escape
             of oil and diesel into drains
         •   Mobile plant shall be refuelled in a designated area on an impermeable surface
             away from drains and watercourses
         •   Marine refuelling procedures to be in accordance with the port procedures
         •   Spill kits to be available to contain spillages

      The Emergency action plan for the project is included in Appendix 11. This details the
      various procedures to follow, including an environmental emergency or pollution incident.




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                                               Appendix 2.
                         Environmental Control Plan, Noise incorporating vibration.

Appendix 2


SITE ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL PLAN

IMPACT – Noise incorporating vibration

1.0       ASPECT/ACTIVITIES

Mobile plant and equipment
Piling activities etc these will be dealt with in detail in the activity specific risk assessments and
method statements for the associated works
Demolition of existing sheds; oil jetty, piers, ro-ros and quay will be dealt with in detail in specific
risk assessment and method statements for the associates work.
Movement of vehicles
General construction activities


2.0       RESPONSIBILITIES

 Project Director           Overall responsibility
 Bureau Veritas             Predicted noise and vibration levels and monitoring
 Engineer                   Records of percussive piling operations

 Section    Managers Day-to-day implementation of RAMS and mitigation measures
 and Works Managers


3.0       CONSENT REQUIREMENTS

      §   Planning Conditions
      §   Section 61 – Test Piles
      §   Section 61 – Quay Wall Piling (inc. Main Works)

4.0       CLIENT REQUIREMENTS

Works Information Felixstowe South Reconfiguration Phase 1 – Tender Document - Volume 2,
Section 1, General


5.0       GENERAL CONTROL MEASURES

      §   Excessively noisy/high vibration operations identified
      §   Sensitive areas/receptors identified
      §   Potential noise and vibration levels identified in risk assessments for specific activities
      §   Use of well maintained (according to manufacturers guidelines), silenced plant
      §   No plant shall be left running when not in use
      §   Ancillary pneumatic equipment will be fitted with mufflers or silencers
      §   Location of plant away from sensitive areas wherever possible, e.g. Landguard Fort,
          Adastral Close etc.
      §   Use of additional screening during demolition as necessary.
      §   Adhere to normal working hours and percussive piling restricted working hours stipulated in
          planning (see section 6 below)
      §   Consider the use of acoustic screens and enclosures

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                                                 Appendix 2.
                           Environmental Control Plan, Noise incorporating vibration.

      §   Consider careful orientation of plant that emits sound strongly in one direction
      §   Use of reversing alarms to be monitored.

6.0       SPECIFIC CONTROL MEASURES

      §   Percussive piling operations shall be carried out in accordance with a programme for that
          phase of works, which must be approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority

      §   No percussive piling operations shall be undertaken during more than 13 weekends in any
          6 months

      §   Without the written approval of the Local Planning Authority no more than 5 hours of
          percussive piling of tubular piles for the Main Quay wall shall take place on any day

No percussive piling shall be taken place outside the hours of: -
   a) 8:00 to 18:00 hours, Monday to Friday, and
   b) 09:00 to 13:00 hours on Saturday or,
   c) At any time on a Sunday or a Bank Holiday or a Public Holiday.

The project shall not exceed the following noise levels: -
   a) 70 dB LAeq 1 hr during the hours of 07:00 to 19:00 on Monday to Friday (excluding Bank
       Holidays)
   b) 55 dB LAeq 1 hr during the hours of 19:00 to 23:00 on Monday to Friday (excluding bank
       holidays)
   c) 70 dB LAeq 1 hr during the hours of 07:00 to 13:00 on Saturdays; and
   d) 50 dB LAeq 1 hr at all other times
Daytime free-field equivalent sound pressure levels

      §   Initial driving of the temporary mooring piles and the test piles shall be carried out by a
          vibro-hammer

      §   On individual piles, particularly on any piling in the vicinity of the fort, will be equipped with a
          shroud (The piling methods are detailed in the respective Section 61 applications)

      §   The main quay wall piles will be driven where possible with vibratory hammers to reduce,
          as far as possible, the impact hammer driving

      §   Specific acoustic fencing provided between port boundary and adjacent residential area -
          Adastral Close - before commencement of any major construction work

      §  Parties potentially affected by the percussive piling will be informed prior to any operations
         taking place by: -
      a) Public relations in association with FDRC
      b) Letter drops
      c) Visits to interested parties


7.0       MONITORING AND MEASUREMENT

Noise
Bureau Veritas will be employed to provide predicted noise levels for the specific construction
phases and ensure that the monitoring stations are located in appropriate areas. A specific location
plan showing monitoring points will be produced in association with the Local Authority EHO and
Section 61 application.



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                                               Appendix 2.
                         Environmental Control Plan, Noise incorporating vibration.

Bureau Veritas will also conduct noise monitoring and provide records to show compliance with set
noise levels (see section 6 above)

Records of percussive piling operations, which would detail the type of hammer, location, time and
number of blows will be kept as appropriate and filed with this control plan

Vibration
Bureau Veritas will be employed to monitor vibration levels from piling and/or other construction
activities. This will be assessed at the same time and locations as for noise monitoring.

Vibration levels shall not exceed: -
    § A peak particle velocity of 2mm/s as measured immediately adjacent to the nearest
        residential property or vibration sensitive structure and
    § 12 mm/s measured immediately adjacent to Landguard Fort, Felixstowe Museum and all
        flood banks


8.0       IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY

      §   Further information regarding Emergency procedures can be found in the SHE Incident
          Response and Emergency Action Plan.

The local authority shall be notified and details provided in writing within 48 hours of any event (see
below) where percussive piling took place outside the permitted hours.
Events include: -
    a) In the case of an emergency or
    b) Where piling is required on the grounds of safety or environmental protection and
    c) In either case the situation would otherwise be dangerous to life or limb


      §   Complaints procedure will be implemented and records to be kept in the site office
          reception

Complaints could be received via Considerate Constructors, Port Authority or direct to the Project

In the event that a complaint or concern is raised, an immediate review will be completed to
remove the problem and to establish what levels of noise and vibration have been emitted from the
site. The interested parties will also be notified.

In the event that the limits have been exceeded the operation will be modified and the noise and/or
vibration rechecked from that operation to verify that the corrective action has been effective.
These actions may include reducing the operating hours, resiting the equipment, changing the
method of working or temporary barriers.

In the event that the noise levels prescribed have not been exceeded, the complaint will be
reviewed and discussions held with the third party to understand the problem further and evaluate
whether the particular problem can be rectified or at least improved. Communication will be
maintained in conjunction with the interested authorities.


9.0       RELATED DOCUMENTS

      §   RAMS for erecting fencing along site boundary
      §   RAMS for piling activities
      §   Traffic management plan – deliveries, vehicle routes etc incorporating health and safety
          considerations for road users, construction staff and pedestrians

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                   Environmental Control Plan, Noise incorporating vibration.

§   Noise and vibration monitoring records
§   Records of percussive piling operations




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                                            Appendix 3.
                                Existing lighting and specification.

Appendix 3

Existing lighting and Specification




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Existing lighting and specification.




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Existing lighting and specification.




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Existing lighting and specification.




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                                        Appendix 3.
                            Existing lighting and specification.

Existing Port Lighting Isulux Contours




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                                          Appendix 4
                               Mobile Lighting tower specification

Appendix 4

Mobile Lighting Tower specification.




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                                              Appendix 5.
                         Environmental Control Plan, Dust and General Nuisance.

Appendix 5

SITE ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL PLAN

IMPACT – Dust and general nuisance

1.0       ASPECT/ACTIVITIES

Compound set up – location of skips, cabins and welfare facilities
Transportation of materials
Mobile plant and equipment
Piling activities etc these will be dealt with in detail in the activity specific risk assessments and
method statements for the associated works
Demolition of existing sheds (especially asbestos removal), oil jetty, piers, ro-ros and quay will be
dealt with in detail in specific risk assessment and method statements for the associates work.
Movement of vehicles
General construction activities


2.0       RESPONSIBILITIES

 Project Director                   Overall responsibility
 Costain Geotechnical Services      Dust monitoring
 Engineer                           Visual dust monitoring
 Section Managers and Works         Day-to-day implementation of RAMS and mitigation measures
 Managers


3.0       CONSENT REQUIREMENTS

      §   Planning Conditions


4.0       CLIENT REQUIREMENTS

Works Information Felixstowe South Reconfiguration Phase 1 – Tender Document - Volume 2,
Section 1, General


5.0       GENERAL CONTROL MEASURES

Monitor weather reports to ensure appropriate dust suppression or road cleaning is available when
required

Mud on Roads
  § Sweepers to be employed to clean roads where appropriate
  § Banksmen to clear large debris immediately
  § Only designated routes are to be used (not via local towns) – site directions to be provided
      to supplier and sub contractors
  § Wagons to be covered to prevent material being blown to road during transport

Dust & Emissions
Haul Routes
   § Select suitable haul routes away from sensitive area
   § Good quality access track to be provided
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      §Set vehicle speed limits and enforce them
      §Damping down using water bowsers and sprays if required – however consideration must
       be given to proximity of drains
   § All vehicles transporting materials to and from site will be sheeted to prevent dust and
       debris escape during transport
Demolition
   § Consider additional screening if dust is perceived to be a problem
   § Damping down of dusty activities – consideration should be given to proximity of works to
       drains and water
Plant
   § All plant to be maintained and checked on a daily basis
   § Ensure exhausts do not discharge directly at the ground
   § Ensure engines are switched off when not in use
   § Keep refuelling areas away from public
Crushing of hardstanding (WRAP Quality Protocol)
   § Shielded crushing area
   § Shielded, separate areas for crushed concrete and graded material stockpiles
   § Dust suppression system used when crushing material
Materials handling and storage
   § Locate stockpiles out of the wind where possible
   § Keep stockpiles to a minimum practicable height and use gentle slopes
   § Damp down stockpiles using water misting/sprays as appropriate
   § Store materials away from the site boundaries and downwind of sensitive areas. Note:
       Materials should not be stored in close proximity to drains or water
   § Minimise the height of all fall materials (demolition works)
   § Waste will be stored in a designated area within the identified compound
   § Use covered containers for waste wherever possible
   § NO burning of materials on site


6.0       SPECIFIC CONTROL MEASURES

Wheel Wash Facilities will be provided at the site exit to ensure vehicles do not track mud or debris
onto port authority roads and public highways


7.0       MONITORING AND MEASUREMENT

Monitoring location points to be determined and detailed on a location plan.

The trigger values for the project have been confirmed with the EHO and are detailed below. The
amount of dust and whether it will cause a nuisance to people or not will depend greatly on the site
conditions, local authority interpretation and weather conditions.

Open Areas less than 100mg/m2/day
Residential areas less than 150mg/m2/day
Urban areas less than 200mg/m2/day
(Ref – London Best Practice Guide – Control of Dust and Emissions from Construction and
Demolition)

Glass slides will be exposed for 7 days and analysed on a daily basis against trigger levels, the
records of this to be held with this control plan.




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8.0       IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY

Refer to the SHE Incident Response and Emergency Action Plan (see appendix 11).

                   Trigger
                              Action Response
                   Level
                              Investigate result to confirm cause of dust (project activities or
                              alternative source)
                              Check against the meteorological data for the period of sampling and
1 or more                     for other dust generating activities occurring in the vicinity of the dust
monitoring    100mg/          sampler.
point exceeds m2/day          If deemed caused by Project activities:
trigger level
                              •   Review activities
                              •   Discuss with SHE Manager & Third Party Liaison
                              •   Raise matter at Project Progress Meeting


      §   Complaints procedure will be implemented and records to be kept in the site office
          reception.

Complaints could be received via Considerate Constructors, Port Authority or direct to the Project

In the event that a complaint or concern is raised, an immediate review will be completed to
determine what has caused the problem (site activities or other causes), check dust levels at
monitoring points and rectify the problem.

In the event that the limits have been exceeded the operation will be modified wherever possible
and the dust levels rechecked from that operation to verify that the corrective action has been
effective. These actions may include resiting the equipment, changing the method of working or
further damping down.

In the event that the dust levels have not been exceeded, the complaint will be reviewed and
discussions held with the third party to understand the problem further and evaluate whether the
particular problem can be rectified or at least improved. Communication will be maintained in
conjunction with the interested authorities.


9.0       RELATED DOCUMENTS

      §   Quality Statement for production of aggregates (WRAP Quality Protocol)

      §   Traffic management plan – deliveries, vehicle routes etc incorporating health and safety
          considerations for road users, construction staff and pedestrians

      §   Dust monitoring records




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                                             Appendix 6.
                                  Wheel Wash & Crusher Specifications.



Appendix 6.

WHEEL WASH SPECIFICATION
MODEL: - FX1400-D
STANDARD DIESEL




SPECIFICATION
Wash pump: - 1400 ltr/min, Kubota diesel engine (No Generator required)
Submersible pump: - 3” hydraulic
22,000 Litre Recycle tank.

DIMENSIONS
Platform: - 6 metre long, 4 metre wide (Gives two full wheel revolutions)
Entry ramps: - 2,648 metre long, Exit ramps: - 3,973 metre long
Water tank: - 7 metre long, 2.2 metre wide
Sump tank: - 1 metre long, 1 metre wide

WEIGHTS
Platform: - 6,330 KG
Tank: - 3,790 KG (Dry)




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                                     Wheel Wash & Crusher Specifications.

Crusher specification.




Standard Features

•   Robust, high strength, crushing chamber
•   High capacity, high reduction performance
•   Direct hydraulic drive with reverse movement in crusher
•   Wedge hydraulic adjust system for closed side setting
•   High level automatic stop/start feeder unit
•   Hydraulic folding hopper sides
•   Deutz BF6M 1015C 273kW (365hp) engine
•   500mm wide tracks
•   Fully accessible user-friendly chassis design




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The following plan provides the locations for the Wheel wash and Crusher.




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                                                 Appendix 7.
                                         Site Waste Management Plan.

        Appendix 7




                              SITE WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN




                             Site Waste Management Plan

                      Felixstowe South Reconfiguration “FSR”




Declaration of intent

The client and principal contractor will take all responsible steps the ensure that:
   a) All waste from the site is dealt with in accordance with the waste duty of care in Section 34 of the
        Environmental Protection Act 1990 and the Environmental Protection (Duty of Care) Regulations
        1991, and
   b) Materials are handled efficiently and waste managed appropriately in accordance with the SAVE
        IT principles.

          SWMP Prepared by               Signed on behalf of Client             Signed on behalf of Principal Contractor

Sign:                           Sign:                                  Sign:
Print: Dirk Gornott             Print:                                 Print:
Date:                           Date:                                  Date:




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                                  Site Waste Management Plan.




1.0    Introduction

This site waste management plan has been developed to ensure materials on site are
managed efficiently, waste is disposed of legally and material recycling, reuse and recovery is
maximised.

The plan identifies how Duty of Care requirements and other Waste Management Legislation
is to be complied with and details how waste will be eliminated, reduced, reused and recycled
in accordance with the SAVE IT campaign principles and if required disposed of correctly.

For guidance on the completion of the plan see Guidance – Site Waste Management Plan
CSMG-346.

2.0    Project Details including aspects / activities

Location of site          Port of Felixstowe, The Dock, Felixstowe, Suffolk, IP11 3SY

Estimated project cost    £ 190 Million

Description of the        Reconfiguration of the existing Felixstowe Port South area by the
Works                     construction of a 730m main berthing quay wall to the West of the
                          existing Dock Basin, Ferry Terminal and Landguard Container
                          Terminal and a 290m return quay wall to accommodate tugs and
                          pilot boats.


3.0    Responsibilities

Everyone on site has a responsibility for waste management issues.

3.1    Personnel

Responsibility                              Person(s) Responsible
Name of Client Representative               Terry Gray (FDRC)
Name of Designer Representative             Nabil Abduhl (Royal Haskoning)
Name of PC Site Representative              Paul Clough (Costain)
Person(s) responsible for development       Dirk Gornott (Costain)
and implementation of plan
Site Waste Coordinator                      Vic Frampton (Costain)




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3.2      Disposal of Waste

 Party                Responsible for waste types
 Costain              The Costain Project Team is responsible for the identification and
                      implementation of waste management requirements for its own operations
                      and for ensuring the compliance of subcontractors.
 Oakes                Oakes as responsible contractor for the demolition of RoRo1 facilities are
                      responsible for identifying and implementing the waste management
                      requirements associated with their work, in compliance with this plan. This
                      information must be set out in method statements and risk assessments.
                      Mainly scrap and concrete will be dealt with as waste.
 Subcontractor 2      Subcontractors are responsible for identifying and implementing the waste
                      management requirements associated with their work, in compliance with
                      this plan. This information must be set out in method statements and risk
                      assessments.
 Subcontractor 3      TBC




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4.0       Waste Targets

Costain KPI’s

      • 5% of waste diverted from landfill.
      (Waste measures will be included on the Waste and Material Transfer Register).

Client KPI’s

      •   Damages of contamination to any public or private roads shall be kept to a minimum.
      •   The site shall be kept clean and tidy at all times.
      •   Waste to be managed accordance with approved site waste management plan.


Project Specific KPI’s

      •   15-20% of re-used material on site (dredging spoil, concrete, brickwork)
      •   60% of general waste, timber and metals to be recycled (offsite).

The waste management issues will be discussed at relevant project progress meetings.


5.0       Waste Management

5.1       Predicted Waste Streams




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Table A – Predicted Waste Streams and Identification of options to minimise waste
                                                                                                      Waste Management Options
                                                             A                                               C             D
                                                     Design Options to                 B
                             Waste                                                                        Onsite        Offsite
                                                      minimise waste            On site reuse or                                                        E
                            classifica   Predicted                                                     segregation   sorting: sent
                                                         identified                recycling                                                       Disposal at
   Waste           EWC          tion      quantity                                                      with offsite  to transfer
                                                            Y/N                       Y/N                                                            Landfill
   material        Code       (inert,      (m3 or                                     (Options/        recycling or    station or
                            non-haz,      tonnes)     (Options /opportunities                                                                         (Y/N)
                                                       identified within this
                                                                                    opportunities          reuse     exempt site
                               haz)                  column transfer to Table
                                                                                  identified within         Y/N           Y/N
                                                                                 column transfer to    If there are any options/opportunities identified within this
                                                                 B)
                                                                                      Table D)                         column transfer to Table E
General waste      170904   Non-haz                                                                                                             Landfill
COSHH                       Hazardo
                            us
Canteen            200108   Non-haz                                                                                                             Landfill
waste
Paper              200101   Non-haz                                                                                       Recycled         at
/cardboard                                                                                                                transfer
                                                                                                                          facility
Timber             170201   Non-haz                                                                                       Recycled         at
                                                                                                                          transfer
                                                                                                                          facility
Metals             170407   Non-haz                                                                                       Recycled
Oily water etc..   130507   Hazardo
                   *        us
Concrete           170101   Non-haz                                             Reused on site
                                                                                under exemption
Hardstanding,      170101   Non-haz                                             Reused on site
road surfaces                                                                   under exemption
Dredging Spoil     170506   Non-haz                                             Reused on site
                                                                                under exemption
Sub soil           170504   Non-haz                                             Reused on site
                                                                                under exemption




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 Brickwork                  Non-haz                                          Reused on site
                                                                             under exemption
5.2         Design Options for minimising waste

Detailed below are the opportunities identified to eliminate or reduce waste through redesign as identified in Table A Column A, detail the methods
and savings below.

Table B – Design Options for Minimising Waste Produced

 Material               Estimated          Specify    method    by   which   Will planning      Cost savings from
                        reduction     in   reduction was achieved            permissions be     reuse of material
                        waste (i.e. what                                     required for the   on site (£)
                        waste has been                                       change?
                        eliminated)
                        Vol      Mass
                        (m3)     (t)
 Excavated material

 Plasterboard

 Timber

 Concrete




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5.3        Importing Recycled or Recovered Material or Aggregates

Detailed below are the recycled materials including aggregates, which are to be imported on site.

 Table C – Importing recycled/recovered material or aggregates

      Material      Estimated          Supplier           Process     Copy of grading         Copy of       Evidence of      Date of        Estimated
                     quantity                              Facility     certificate to       chemical       compliance        Visual       savings from
                                                         License or    ensure material      analysis to     with WRAP     Inspection of      importing
                                                         exemption          meets         ensure suitable     Quality       suppliers         recycled
                 Vol      Mass
                                                          number*       specification         for use*       Protocol*       facility*    aggregate over
                 (m3)     (t)
                                                                      (e.g.6F2) * (Y/N)        (Y/N)                                      virgin material
                                                                                                                                                 (£)




 * Prior to importing recycled/recovered aggregates it should be ensured that we have obtained a copy of either the waste management licence or
 waste exemption under which the material was processed. We should also obtain assurances that the material we are importing is a product
 and not a waste. This can be a quality control procedure or method statement with a declaration that the material has been recovered in line
 with the WRAP quality protocol. See SHE Procedures and Guidance Manual Waste and Materials Management Procedure or contact your SHE/
 E Advisor for further information

 Note: If these assurances cannot be obtained, the material will need to be imported under a waste exemption which can take up to 35 days to
 obtain from the Environment Agency.




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 5.4          Planning re-use of materials on site

 Detail here the methods adopted and the saving made for each type of waste identified within Table A Column B, which can be reused on site.

   Table D – Reuse of Material on site

   Material                    Estimated             On site re-use / recycling         Will a Waste            Proportion of   Cost     savings
                               quantity              (Specify method and use)           Exemption be            total   waste   from reuse of
                               Vol      Mass (t)                                        required to reuse the   materials (%)   material on site
                               (m3)                                                     material on site?*                      (£)
   Dredging Spoil                                                                       Yes                     100 % (TBC)

   Sub soil                                                                             Yes

   Concrete                                                                             Yes                     90 % (TBC)
   Hardstanding/road                                                                    Yes                     90 % (TBC)
   surfaces
   Brickwork                                                                            Yes                     90 % (TBC)


Note* - See Waste and Material Management Procedures or seek guidance from your SHE Adviser to determine if a Waste exemption will be required.


   6.0        Statutory/ Consent requirements

   Detailed below are waste management exemptions, which are required on this contract.

   EA exemption for crushing material (concrete, brickwork, etc…)
   EA exemption for re-using material (backfill, dredging material)




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  7.0       List of Carriers and Waste Disposal Facilities

  Detailed below are the remaining wastes, identified within Table A Column C, D, E, which is to be taken off site including to a recycling facility,
  transfer/sorting station or disposed at landfill.

  Table E – Off Site Waste Disposal

     Waste         EWC      Waste carrier       Waste carrier   Expiry date     Date      Transfer Station,   Waste Licence     Expiry date     Date         %
    material                                    registration         of        Checked   Landfill or exempt   registration or        of        Checked   recycled
                                                    no.         registration   with EA           site         exemption no.     registration   With EA   at facility
                                                                                                                                                              *
  General         170940   Collins Stack Tech   SFA 290980      23/11/2009               Transfer Station     EAWML 75071
  waste
  COSHH                    TBC
  waste

  Canteen         200108   Collins Stack Tech   SFA 290980      23/11/2009               Transfer Station     EAWML 75071
  waste
  Paper/cardbo    200101   Collins Stack Tech   SFA 290980      23/11/2009               Transfer Station     EAWML 75071
  ard
  Wood            170201   Collins Stack Tech   SFA 290980      23/11/2009               Transfer Station     EAWML 75071

  Metals          170407   Collins Stack Tech   SFA 290980      23/11/2009               Transfer Station     EAWML 75071

  Oily Water      130507   TBC
  Concrete        170101   Collins Stack Tech   SFA 290980      23/11/2009               Transfer Station     EAWML 75071


  Hardstanding,   170101   Collins Stack Tech   SFA 290980      23/11/2009               Transfer Station     EAWML 75071
  road surfaces



All waste contractor documentation is to be verified with the Environment Agency. Records of checks on licenses made with the EA should be retained on site
either on a communication log or written on the copy of the license. Information retained should include the date, the name of the person checked with (from the
EA), checks on what the carrier/waste management facility can carry/accept and the person completing the checks (i.e. Costain Member of Staff).




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Where transfer stations are being used, a list of names, addresses and license numbers are to be obtained and retained on site for the waste disposal or
recycling facilities used by the transfer station.

* Obtain confirmation from the transfer station or recycling facility of their official recycling rate (%) for the different waste streams sent to the facility. These
figures should then be quoted in the monthly waste and recycled materials register (CMSD-329).




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8.0       CONTROL MEASURES AND TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

8.1       On site Control Measures

•     Hazardous waste is segregated from all other waste streams
•     Skips are located away from sensitive areas (quay front)
•     All waste containers / skips are clearly labeled with their content
•     Waste will be prevented from escape by using covered skips where necessary
•     The skips will be checked for leaks
•     The site will be checked regularly for litter

Everyone is responsible for ensuring that waste is segregated into the correct skip and
that waste is prevented from causing pollution


8.2       Training Requirements

The requirements of this plan will be briefed to the relevant persons on the contract
including subcontractors. Relevant information will be included at Site Induction.

Information on the management of waste will also be briefed/discussed at –

      •   Start of shift briefings – where applicable
      •   Tool Box Talks – where applicable


9.0       HAZARDOUS WASTE

Hazardous Waste Registration Number will be input onto all Hazardous Waste
Consignment Notes prior to the waste being removed from site. A unique code is also
required at the top of each Hazardous Waste Consignment Note - contact the Site Waste
Coordinator for the next number.


10.0      Monitoring and measurement

10.1      On site monitoring

Monitoring of the implementation of control measures is conducted by weekly SHE
inspections carried out by the Site team and by the Project Managers monthly
Environmental Inspection.

Waste Carriers will be followed by a member of the Costain Management team on a
random basis to ensure the waste is going to the designated disposal site.


10.2      Waste records and reporting

Waste and Material Register (CMSD-329) to be completed on a monthly basis and
submitted to the Regional or Contract Environmental Advisor by the 12th of each month.
Information within the report includes waste removed from site and recycled
materials/waste imported for use on site. This report and figures will be discussed at the
relevant progress meetings.


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These must be retained as a record of the waste produced on site and should be
used during the six monthly and final reviews


11.0   Formal Review

This Site Waste Management Plan will be reviewed and updated at least every six
months during the construction phase by completing Sub Appendix 1. The plan will be
updated to reflect the progress of the project.

A Final Review must take place within three months of project completion by completing
Sub Appendix 2. Once the Project has been completed and the Final Review carried
out, it is necessary for this document and the review documents to be kept for at least
two years.

Table F
                                       Date                       Signature
Initial completion date of SWMP

First review

Second six monthly review

Third six monthly review

Insert as appropriate

Final review of SWMP



12.0   IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY/ENVIRONMENTAL INCIDENT

Any pollution incident or breach of operating conditions stipulated in a consent /
agreement will be managed in accordance with the Site SHE Incident Response and
Emergency Plan.

See the site specific SHE Incident Response Plan (appendix 11).


13.0   RELATED DOCUMENTS

Documents to be completed in accordance with Section 20 of the Costain SHE
Procedures and Guidance Manual.

For additional information guidance should be obtained from the following Costain
documents:

   •   Waste & Material Management
   •   Guidance - Landfilling Waste
   •   Guidance – Dealing with Contaminated ground
   •   Guidance – Site Waste Management Plan



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Sub Appendix 1
        Six Monthly Site Waste Management Plan Review
Project Name                       Felixstowe South Reconfiguration “FSR”
Project Address / Location
Project Manager
Environmental Advisor
Date completed
Check                         Response                     Action                 Date
                                                                                Completed
Are all relevant licenses
and exemptions in place
and checked with the
EA?
Are the waste transfer
notes being completed
correctly and is proof of
arrival being received?
Is the waste register
(CMSD 329) being
completed accurately
every month?
Are the predicted
quantities of waste being
exceeded? Compare
predicted quantities to
actual figures from the
Waste Register.
If so what are the
reasons for this
difference?
Are there any waste
streams that have not
been included in the
plan? If so, include in
Table E
Record progress against
KPIs

Other relevant
information or best
practice


     Review completed by               Position                     Signature




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Sub Appendix 2
              Final Site Waste Management Plan Review
The final review of the site waste management plan is a legal requirement and must be
completed within three months of the project completion. The site waste management
plan must be kept for 2 years following project completion.

Project Name                               Felixstowe South Reconfiguration “FSR”
Project Address / Location
Project Manager
Environmental Advisor
Date completed
Estimated cost savings from the
implementation of the Site Waste
Management Plan

Are the predicted quantities of
waste being exceeded?
Compare predicted quantities to
actual figures from the waste
Register.
Explain any deviations from the
plan.




Record KPI’s and whether KPI
and/or targets have been met



What lessons can be learnt for
future projects?



Any other relevant information or
best practice



Confirmation that the plan has been monitored at least six monthly to ensure that work has
progressed according to the plan and that the plan was updated in accordance with the
Regulations.
     Final review                Representing                Signature              Date
    completed by
                                     Client
                              Principal Contractor




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       Sub Appendix 3
                 Waste Transfer Notes/Hazardous Waste Consignment Note

       Note - Invoice should not be paid until a completed copy of the waste transfer note
       signed by the Waste Management Facility is submitted


          Costain                                                                      Subcontractor
     (Managing the Waste)                                                           (Managing the Waste)
                                             Waste Carrier
                                         Copy of Waste Transfer
                                          Note left on site when
          Copy of Notes                     waste removed                                Subcontractors
         passed to QS or                                                                 hold Notes and
        Appointed Person                                                                  information to
        and information to                   Waste Carrier                               forward to port
          forward to port         Waste taken to Waste Management                           authorities
            authorities           Site as described on Waste Transfer
                                                  Note


                                     Waste Management Site and
                                             Waste Carrier
                                     Waste Management Site signs
                                     Waste Transfer Note, keeps a
                                       copy and returns other to
                                        Waste Carrier. Waste
                                      Management Site provides
                                     receipt for waste inc. Volume
                                                and Price



                                            Waste Carrier
                                  Completed Waste Transfer Notes are
      QS/Accountant/               returned with Invoice including Tip                   Subcontractor
    Appointed Person                            Receipt.                                Marries two copies
                                   If the waste is being managed under a
    Marries two copies of                                                                 of the Waste
                                  Season Ticket then the Delivery Ticket or
     the Waste Transfer           Tip Receipt should reference the Season                Transfer Note
            Note                                    Ticket.


                                                                                         Subcontractor
                            QS/Accountant/                                              Copies completed
                           Appointed Person                                             Transfer Note and
                       Pays invoice and Completes                                       passes to QS with
                         Waste Returns Register                                              invoice


 Waste & Recycled Material                                Notes
          Register                         Waste Transfer Notes held for 2 years.
Submitted monthly to the SHE              Hazardous Waste Consignment Note held
 Department with the Project                           for 3 years.
  Managers Monthly Report                        Original scanned versions acceptable




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Appendix 8

                                                 Costain
               Felixstowe South Reconfiguration Travel Plan


This document lays out the framework of measures by which Costain proposes to reduce the level of traffic
on local roads as a result of journeys to and from work on the Felixstowe South Reconfiguration Project.

It is non contractual and does not form part of any collective agreement or Employee Terms & Conditions.




1. SITE ACCESS

Road access to the site is gained via Dock Gate 1. All employees, suppliers, contractors and hauliers use
these access points. Dock Gate 2 is open at all times, Dock Gate 1 is open during the following times:

Monday – Friday                  0500 - 2100
Saturday and Sunday              0600 – 0800
                                 1800 - 2000

Pedestrians/cyclists may also access the Port via Carr Road between the hours of 0600 and 2359.


2. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

2.1 Senior Management support and commitment
Senior management have committed to support the Travel Plan on the basis that it is necessary for
addressing the existing travel issues (congestion and parking) and it is an essential part of the agreed
obligations relating to the Port expansion planning application. Senior managers will also be seen to be
leading by example, either through car sharing themselves, or through provision of sufficient incentives for
choosing alternative methods of transport to and from work.


2.2 The Travel Plan Co-ordinator
This Travel Plan will be implemented by Costain in accordance with the FDRC Travel Plan Co-ordinator
("TPC"), who will work in conjunction with the Suffolk Coastal District Council and Suffolk County Council.

The role of the TPC will include the following responsibilities:
• Gain commitment and support for the Travel Plan from senior managers, employees and other
   stakeholders,
• Ensure that all relevant information is made available to employees via the Travel Plan notice boards,
   internal websites and / or other relevant methods,
• Promote and encourage the use of travel modes other than single-occupancy car travel,
• Provide a point of contact for employees and other stakeholders in relation to travel to and from the Port,
• Organise and implement the review process,
• Act as the point of contact for information and for exchanging ideas and best practice with other
   organisations,
• Investigate employee car-sharing schemes at the Port,
• Liaise with others including local authorities and transport operators, to get a wider choice of travel for all
   employees.




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2.3 Travel Plan Steering Group
The role of the Steering Group is to provide support to the TPC. The Steering Group will meet on a regular
basis to discuss progress. In addition the Steering Group will be responsible for delivery and the strategic
direction of the Travel Plan. The TPC and Steering Group will be responsible for forming a robust delivery
model. This will incorporate short, medium and long-term measures, the financial benefit, and cost/budget
requirements. The Steering Group will have representatives whom are able to make decisions on behalf of
the Company and by applicable union representation.


2.4 Employee consultation
The success of the Travel Plan will be dependant on employee participation. It is therefore essential to
involve employees from an early stage. The Company will make every effort to involve employees in setting
and agreeing plans, targets and events. It is anticipated employee involvement will encourage ownership
and is consequently expected to result in employees reviewing their travel behaviours and
considering/adopting new or alternative travel modes.

Travel Plan matters will be included as a regular feature in internal communication briefings.
Communications regarding the Travel Plan will encourage participation and consultation at all times.



3. OBJECTIVES & TARGETS

The Company recognises that a Travel Plan is required because of the increased volume of traffic on local
roads, caused through additional employees and general contractors accessing the site on a daily basis.
This need has been increased further by the agreed obligations under the Section 106 agreement.

The main objective of the Travel Plan is to achieve a shift away from single occupancy vehicle use (SOV). In
addition, through the introduction of a series of measures (outlined in this document) we aim to ensure that
there is an appreciable reduction in the number of employees travelling to work as car drivers. Furthermore,
the Company is committed to increasing the use of public transport, walking and cycling.

There are other fundamental reasons for implementing a plan at this time:
   • Bringing all transport and travel initiatives together in one co-ordinated package. This will allow
       employees and visitors to identify the full set of choices available to them,
   • Improved travel to the site for employees, visitors and hauliers,
   • Less time spent in traffic jams and queuing for parking spaces,
   • Financial savings,
   • Employees will enjoy improved health, saving costs and time; less stress; and a better quality of life
       with greater choice of travel,
   • The organisation will gain from increased productivity from a healthier, more motivated workforce,
       possible cost savings, reduced demand for car parking and better access for employees, visitors and
       contractors,
   • The local community will also benefit from our efforts to reduce traffic congestion and better public
       transport services,
   • Beneficial impact on the environment; including air quality, reduced noise and dirt.

The introduction of a Travel Plan provides a platform that the Company can build upon. The Travel Plan will
be flexible and will change in accordance with the circumstances of the business and the environment.
Initially the Travel Plan will concentrate on how our employees travel to and from work each day, however at
a later stage it will also consider business travel and visitors to the site.

Setting objectives will give the Travel Plan focus and direction. Targets will be set to ensure our Travel Plan
is meeting its objective(s).

    •   Objective – To reduce car usage (particularly single-occupancy journeys)
        Associated with journeys to and from work at the Port.

    •   Target – A reduction in the requirement of car parking

The main objective is supported by a series of sub-objectives:

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                     •   To actively promote the use of sustainable transport options for travel to and from
                         the site; and to create an environment whereby employees and visitors can make
                         informed decisions about how they travel to the site,
                     •   To reduce the number of sole occupancy vehicles accessing the site,
                     •   To involve employees in travel initiative decisions,
                     •   To improve the Costain’s environmental image,
                     •   To ensure that all employees are aware of the Travel Plan
                     •   To promote a more productive and healthier workforce

‘Aims’ will be quantifiable and will work towards targets over a specified period of time. Examples of ‘Aim’
targets include:
    • To achieve a 7% increase in those sharing a car for their journey into work by August 2009

It will be beneficial to have a mixture of ‘actions’ and ‘aims’ within the Travel Plan since this will provide the
Company with some quick wins as well as long term goals and make it easier to assess the Travel Plan’s
effectiveness. It is also advisable to have clear deadlines for meeting targets and publicising these
deadlines so that employees can see when targets have been met, and if not, why not, and what recourse
we will take.



4. EXISTING CONDITIONS

Walking provision – walking distances within the Port is quite substantial and it is unrealistic to expect
employees to undertake cross-port journeys for instance Trinity to Landguard on foot. Additionally there are
health and safety issues due to people walking across the Port given the volume and type of vehicles driving
on-site.

Pedestrians currently access the Port via the Dock Gates or Carr Road. Pedestrian paths exist across the
Port; however, it is recognised that better lighting, signs and some improvements to footpaths are still
required.


Cycling Provision – The existing cycle route does not currently link Ipswich & Felixstowe although it does
pass close to Dock Gate one.

Cycling facilities are available in different areas of the Port, however some of these need to be replaced or
upgraded. FDRC have commitment in the Section 106 agreement, this highlights areas where the provision
of footpath/cycleway links, improved signals, road markings etc are planned.


Public Transport (Rail) Provision – The town of Felixstowe is served by an hourly rail service from Ipswich
town centre, calling at Westerfield, Derby Road, Trimley and Felixstowe. The service operates between
05.00 and 20.00 Monday to Friday with a final service at 22.00. Saturday and Sunday services are reduced
significantly, with seasonal variations to timetables. The limited service provided at weekends does not
operate at times to cover operational staff (shift workers). The Railway station is located approximately 3
miles from the site and is not serviced by a direct bus service. In order to travel by public transport from the
station to the site a user would need to change buses at least once.


Public Transport (Bus) Provision – The Port is served by one bus route, the number 77, from Ipswich town
centre that operates every two hours between 0835 and 1835, Monday to Saturday. See Figure 3. Due to a
lack of demand the bus route was recently changed and no longer accesses the Port. The nearest drop off
point is currently Carr Road. A Sunday service is operated between 1050 and 1856. This service does not
operate at times suitable to assist employees who work to a shift pattern.


Access to the Port by Car – Road access is gained via Dock Gate 1 or 2. These access points are shared
with third party occupiers, hauliers and visitors.



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There are currently circa 100 car parking spaces on site which are provided free of charge and additional
areas will made available as required. These are servicing all Costain employees and external parties
accessing the Site.


5. GETTING STARTED

5.1 Provision of Travel Plan Information
The Company will provide information to employees relating to all practical and realistic modes of travel to
the Port. Information about the Travel Plan, cycle and pedestrian facilities and a car sharing scheme will be
placed on notice boards in convenient and prominent locations within the site and on the intranet.

A copy of the Travel Plan will be made available on dedicated Travel Plan notice boards and the iCosNet
Intranet site. Regular travel plan updates will be disseminated through normal internal communication
channels. All new employees will be provided with ‘travel options’ information as part of their new starter
information pack.


5.2 Car Sharing
Car sharing is an extremely effective means of reducing single-occupancy car use.

A formal car-sharing scheme is currently being implemented by FDRC for Port employees as the majority
live locally and/or work similar shift patterns.

This service would be available to Costain employees. An effective on-line car sharing system run by FDRC
will allow employees to match their sharing needs with others.
In addition to the FDRC scheme employees and contractors will be encouraged to initiate car sharing, with
colleagues wherever possible, and incentives for this will be offered.

There are a number of ways to encourage employees to use car sharing:
   • Reduced travel cost,
   • Allocated car parking spaces for participants,
   • Reduced travel stress,
   • Easy access and user friendly system,
   • Ability to use the scheme whether a driver or passenger,
   • Option to specify selection criteria such as routes and passengers,
   • Opportunity for staff networking,


5.3 The Healthy Options – Walking and Cycling
It is inevitable that only a small number of workers visiting the site will live within walking or cycling distance.

Although there are unquestionable economic, environmental and social benefits for both cycling and walking
to work, it unfortunately serves very little purpose to promote these methods.


5.4 Other
 Other non-priority measures to reduce car usage that may be investigated at a later date include:
• Shuttle Bus Service(s): Within the Port of Felixstowe; between the Port and Ipswich Town Centre and
    between the Port and Felixstowe Town Centre
• Introduction of a similar operation to the existing park and ride system,




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6. COMMUNICATION

The Travel Plan will be held electronically on the Company website. This provides easy access to all
employees.

Delivery methods for the communication of the plan include, Internal Notice Boards, iCosNet Intranet site
and a dedicated Travel Plan Notice Board. It is also important that we publicise our successes – letting
employees know what they have achieved to give further motivation to continue.

It is vital that the Travel Plan is not considered to be ‘anti-car’; it should be perceived as a method by which
employees are given more choices of travel to and from work and should encourage people to try
alternatives.

Communications promoting the Travel Plan will welcome employee involvement and openly encourage
employees to put forward any ideas they may have. Feedback on the concept will be made as user friendly
as possible

The marketing campaign will be undertaken and will include some or all of the following:
   • A clear communication strategy to ensure awareness is raised through a variety of media including
       posters, leaflets and newsletters,
   • Liaison with Information Services Department to develop the Travel Plan intranet site,
   • Information packs to be sent to all new direct employees and subcontractors prior to commencing
       work at the site.


7. MONITORING & REVIEW

A Travel Plan is most likely to succeed if based on accurate data and therefore an employee travel survey
will be carried out, the results and current transport provisions and restrictions will be incorporated into
forming a baseline. The baseline establishes where we are now and will enable objectives and indicators to
be set.

Targets have been set which are relevant, measurable and achievable and will be monitored on an ongoing
basis. Monitoring is an important part of making the Travel Plan a success since it indicates the effectiveness
of the Plan; provides evidence of these successes; allows focus on successful initiatives; maintains support
for the plan by reporting the successes and identifies measures that are not working.

Regular employee surveys are a good method of monitoring the success of initiatives. Initially 6 monthly
reviews will be conducted in order to ensure the travel plan initiatives are meeting the target audience
requirements.




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                              Felixstowe FSR Project Travel Plan Survey

Appendix 9



        Felixstowe FSR Project Travel Plan Survey


1. Have you had to relocate or move
   into temporary accommodation for                   7. Occupation
   this project?                                      ………………………………………………………
                                                      ………………………………………………………
q No
q Yes (please specify)
………………………………………………………                                 8. How do you mostly travel to work?
………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………                                 q   Car on your own
                                                      q   Car with other(s)
                                                      q   Motorbike
Please base your answers to survey on your            q   Bike
week - day circumstances.                             q   Foot
                                                      q   Bus
                                                      q   Taxi
2. Postcode                                           q   Rail
………………………………………………………                                 q   Other (Please specify)
                                                          …………………………………………………
                                                          …………………………………………………
3. Gender

q   Male                                              9. Which of the following do you
q   Female                                               occasionally use instead of your usual
                                                         form of transport?

4. Do you have any special                            q   Car on your own
   requirements that affect your travel               q   Car with other(s) (how many?) ……………
   arrangements?                                      q   Motorbike
                                                      q   Bike
q No                                                  q   Foot
q Yes (please specify)                                q   Bus
…….………………………………………………                                 q   Taxi
………………………………………………………                                 q   No alternative need
………………………………………………………                                 q   Other (Please specify)


5. Employer                                           Please answer questions 10-11 based on your
                                                      daily journey
q Costain
q Other (please specify)
                                                      10. How long does it currently take you to
…….………………………………………………
……………………………………………………
                                                         get to work?

                                                      q   0-15 minutes
                                                      q   16-30 minutes
6. Is your work:
                                                      q   31-60 minutes
                                                      q   61-90 minutes
q   Full time
                                                      q   Longer than 90 minutes
q   Part time
q   Contract/Temporary



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11. How many miles is your daily trip to                   q   Health reasons
    work?                                                  q   Lack of viable public transport
                                                           q   Cross-port travel requirements
q   0-5 miles                                              q   Other (Please specify)
q   6-10 miles
q   11-15 miles
q   16-25 miles                                            16. Would you consider using a car share
q   25 +                                                       scheme?

                                                           q   Yes
12. Which of the following changes would                   q   No (If your answer is no, please specify why)
    encourage you to walk, cycle or use                        ……………………………………………………
    public transport to get to/from to work                    ……………………………………………………
                                                               ……………………………………………………
    – even one day a week?

q   Better public transport links
q   Safer, better cycle/foot paths outside the Port        17. Which of the following would most
q   Better cycle/foot paths inside the Port                    encourage you to car share?
q   Better on-site cycle facilities, shower, lockers
q   Other (Please specify)                                 q   Help with finding car share partners with
    ……………………………………………………                                       similar work patterns
    ……………………………………………………                                   q   Transport home from work if let down by car
                                                               sharing partner
                                                           q   Reserved parking for car sharers
13. Would you consider using a                             q   Other (Please specify)
    subsidised works bus if it coincided
    with your shift start and finish times?
                                                           Do you have any comments about your
q   Yes
q   No
                                                           present travel to/from work
                                                           arrangements?
                                                           ………………………………………………
Please complete question 14 if you regularly               ………………………………………………
travel to work other than by car – e.g. if you cycle       ………………………………………………
                                                           ………………………………………………
14. Why do you travel to work by this                      ………………………………………………
    mode of transport?                                     ………………………………………………

q   No car available to me
q   Save money                                             Thank you for your cooperation. Please be
q   Environmental concerns                                 assured that all answers remain confidential.
q   Most practical method of travel
q   Avoid congestion                                       Please return this form to:
q   Health/fitness reasons
q   Enjoy walking/cycling                                  xxxxxxxxxxxx
q   Other (Please specify)


Please complete questions 15-17 if you use a car
to get to work.


15. What are your main reasons for using
    a car to get to work?

q   Car essential to perform job
q   Time savings
q   Dropping/collecting children
q   Get a lift

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Appendix 10


SITE ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL PLAN, IMPACT – Pollution of Water Courses

1.0       ASPECT/ACTIVITIES

      §   Welfare facility waste water
      §   Piling Activities
      §   Concrete works – pouring and filling
      §   Plant & Equipment – wash down & refuelling
      §   Dewatering activities - excavations


2.0       RESPONSIBILITIES

 Project Director           Overall responsibility
 Section Managers and       Ensuing RAMS are worked to and controls implemented
 Works Managers
 Engineer                   Visual inspections, water quality sampling (if required)


3.0       CONSENT REQUIREMENTS

Planning Conditions
Permission from sewerage undertaker to discharge to sewer system


4.0       CLIENT REQUIREMENTS

Works Information Felixstowe South Reconfiguration Phase 1 – Tender Document - Volume 2,
Section 1, General


5.0       GENERAL CONTROL MEASURES

Welfare & Silty water (excavations)
   § Welfare water will be discharged to the nearest sewer under permission from the sewerage
       undertaker or if a private sewer system the land owner
   § Water from excavations will also be discharged to the sewer system under the same
       permission. Treatment (settling) may be required to remove solids
   § Any contaminated water from the old tank farm will be treated prior to any agreed disposal

Chemicals/Substances etc
   § The use of biodegradable oils will be considered wherever possible
   § All fuel, oil, lubricant and chemicals storage shall be sited on an impervious base, within a
      bund and secured. They will not be stored on the banks of any drains
   § The base and bund shall be impermeable to the material stored
   § The bunded area shall have a capacity of at least 110% of the volume of the largest tank
   § Bunded areas shall have no outlet
   § Delivery points and vent pipes shall be within the bund
   § Bunds shall be regularly checked
   § Disposal of contents of bunded area shall be via licensed waste disposal contractor
   § Leaky or empty drums shall be removed from site immediately
   § Delivery hoses from tanks shall have shut off valves

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Plant and Equipment
   § Plant Nappys (drip trays) to be used for pumps and equipment to ensure no escape of oil
       and diesel into drains
   § Mobile plant shall be refuelled in a designated area on an impermeable surface away from
       drains and watercourses
   § Plant and vehicles shall be supervised during refuelling
   § Deadman handle trigger guns shall be used
   § Plant & equipment checked for signs of wear – fully serviced and checked on a daily basis
   § All shore to ship fuelling to have FDRC present. Give ½ hrs notice to Dock Tower.
   § All spills must be reported to Dock tower regardless of extent or nature. An estimate of
       quantity is required. Dock tower to assess level of response.

Concrete and Cement
   § Concrete washout shall be in a designated area (see section 6)
   § All concrete pouring and filling operations shall be supervised and monitored
   § Concrete use shall be monitored
   § Any drains in vicinity of concrete works will be covered
   § Consider use of biodegradable shutter oils – handling, storage, use and disposal will be
      carefully controlled
   § Ensure shutters are stable enough to minimise failures


6.0    SPECIFIC CONTROL MEASURES

Washout Area
• Designated area set out for vehicle washout
• Washout area will be >10m away from watercourse
• All drains in the area will be sealed to prevent escape of washout water
• Washout shall be supervised at all times
• A location plan of the concrete washout area in relation to the compound and works will be
  produced
• Design of washout area – bays will be lined with visqueen to contain the liquid as shown below.
• Concrete water will not be used for dust suppression
• Washout water will be re-circulated




          Visqueen layer
          Ground level
           Straw bales




                     Pump




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7.0       MONITORING AND MEASUREMENT

The amount of concrete used will be carefully monitored through poring operations in order to
ensure there is no escape into drains etc

Visual monitoring of works areas, drains & water bodies will be done as standard each day

Quantitative Water Quality monitoring may be required

Washout areas to be inspected on a regular basis by Works Foremen and recorded

Drains will be inspected daily to ensure no affect as a result of construction activities.

Inspections include: - weekly SHE Inspections, monthly Project Manager Environmental
Inspections and Scored Inspections conducted by the Regional SHE Advisor.


8.0       IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY

      §   Please refer to the Emergency Plan for procedure and contact details
      §   Sufficient spill kits will be provided and retailed on site to ensure they can be employed
          within 15 minutes. Plant will have individual kits.

9.0       RELATED DOCUMENTS

§     Records of water quality monitoring if required
§     Confirmation of permission to discharge to sewer system
§     RAMS specifically associated with concrete works
§     RAMS specifically associated with refuelling




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11.0   LOCATION PLAN FOR BATCHER




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              Incident Response & Emergency Action Plan

Appendix 11

                 Felixstowe South Reconfiguration
                          Costain Marine




              Health, Safety and Environmental (‘SHE’)

                        Incident Response &

                      Emergency Action Plan
                       (incorporating fire)




                                              Project/Location Manager: David Alefs

                                                    SHE Advisor: Steve Postlethwaite

                                                           Project Number: 5200324

                                                             Site/Location Address:

                                                                         Costain Ltd
                                                                  c/o Curlew House
                                                                  Port of Felixstowe
                                                                           The Dock
                                                                          Felixstowe
                                                                              Suffolk
                                                                            IP11 3TS

                                                            Date of Plan: 12/05/2008

                                                  Revision Date of Plan: 12/11/2008




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                                            Incident Response Plan
1.0     Site/Location Details

Site name

Costain Ltd, Felixstowe South Configuration (SFR), Port of Felixstowe




Site/location address with directions

Costain Ltd.
c/o Curlew House
Port of Felixstowe
The Dock
Felixstowe
Suffolk
IP11 3TS

Directions:

Follow the A14 south bound to the Port of Felixstowe. At Junction 60 take the 2nd exit sign posted
Docks/Port of Felixstowe and follow the A14 under the Welcome to the Port of Felixstowe Sign. At the
roundabout take the 3rd exit, sign posted gate No 1, onto Dock Road, vehicles under 2m keep left and all
other vehicles use the right lane. Continue along Dock Road, at the roundabout take the 2nd exit, straight
ahead and take up the right lane (right turn filter lane). Cross the level crossing and turn right into the site.
Site office visitors use Pier Road. Follow Pier Road to the end and turn right into the car park in front of
Allport and Curlew House. All large vehicles are to use the site security gate and holding area, which is
immediately beyond Pier Road.




Outline construction details and principal health, safety and environmental issues and the potential
emergency situations identified (see also appendix ‘1’)




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The Works will entail the Reconfiguration of the existing Felixstowe Port South area by the construction of a
730m main berthing quay wall to the West of the existing Dock Basin, Ferry Terminal and Landguard
Container Terminal and a 290m return quay wall to accommodate tugs and pilot boats.

Extensive demolition and land reclamation works will be required to create a container handling area for
high density, high capacity continuous container handling in the area behind the new quay wall.

The Works entail the design and construction of all works associated with the reconfiguration of Felixstowe
South, which include, but may not be limited to, the following work elements;

Marine Works

The demolition and disposal of existing marine facilities within the area of the works including;
Existing oil jetty, Mooring Dolphins, Dock Piers, Ro-Ro Facilities
Construction of retaining quay walls of 730m (Phases 1A & B) for new deep-water berth.
Construction of return quay structure (290m) and pontoons to accommodate tugs and pilot boats.
Dredging for new quay area (16mCD), tug/pilot boat area (7.5mCD), approach dredging (14.5mCD) and
widening of the existing channel.
Provision of two mooring dolphins
Provision of temporary berthing pontoon (tug/pilot boats)
Reclamation behind new retaining quay wall

Land Based Works

Demolition of existing buildings within works area including warehouses, transit sheds, various masonry
built structures, dock/quay walls and existing surfacing.
Construction of New Out Gate and alteration of existing structure to form new In Gate
Construction of container yard facilities including block paving, roads and associated signage and markings.
Installation of services including drainage, communication ductwork, water supply system and lighting and
road markings.
Construction of, power distribution (HV and LV) sub stations and distribution system.
Installation of lighting and communication towers.
Installation of Fire Fighting facilities. Construction of new build facilities including;
Dock Tower, Fuel facility, Toilet blocks and Security kiosks and Workshop and associated RTG
maintenance pad

Upgrade of View Point road and provision of new car-parking and bus turning area.
Extension and/or relocation of existing Marsh Pump outfall (Anglian Water) and effluent discharge pipe (Gb
Ingredients Ltd)
Provision of temporary cooling water intake, pumps and pipework (Calor Gas Ltd)



Plan Completed by           Dirk Gornott                     Date of Plan              05/05/2008

Plan Approved by            Paul Clough                      Date of Approval          08/05/2008




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          Copies to                         Contact                      Date of Issue
Environment Agency / SEPA      EA Regional Office Peterborough
                               08708 506506
                               EA Incident Hotline
                               0800 807060
HSE Chelmsford                 01245 706200

                               Terry Page
Fire and Ambulance Station
                               01394 604300
                               (internal 4300)
Police
                               01394 604300
                               (internal 4300)
Local Authority                Suffolk Country Council (SCC)

                               Terry Gray
Client
                               07973 125531
                               Richard Lee

Sewerage Undertaker            Anglian Water

Water Supply Undertaker        Anglian Water

Other




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2.0     EMERGENCY CONTACT DETAILS

In the event of an incident or a suspected incident, the Project Director / Appropriate Person will
assume control of the situation and direct the immediate response through delegation, if necessary.

Emergency Services                     4300 internal or 01394 604300

Local Police                           4300 internal or 01394 604300

Ipswich Hospital                       01473 712233

HSE Chelmsford                        01245 706200

Environment Agency                     Emergency Number 0800 807060

                                    Contact Name            Office Hours          Out of Hours
 Local Authority
 Gas - Transco                Emergency number          0800 111 999

 Anglian Water                Leak reporting            0800 771 881

 BT - Telecom                 Service strike            0800 800151 opt 8

 EDF - Electricity            Service strike            0800 7838838

 Specialist Advice
 Specialist Clean Up
 Contractors
 LA Environmental Health
 Dept.

                                            Company Contacts
                                    Contact Name            Office Hours          Out Of Hours

 Project Director             David Alefs               07799435514           07799435514

 Deputy Project Director      Nigel Desert              07799435813           07799435813
 Site SHE Advisor             Steve Postlethwaite       07717838942           07717838942

 Regional SHE Advisor         Michael Justice           07799435553           07799435553
 Regional Environmental
                              Sonya Watson              07799435992           07799435992
 Advisor
 Client contact               Terry Gray                07973125531

 Contractor                   tbc

 Contractor                   tbc

 Contractor                   tbc


The contact order will be:
First: Contact Adrian Cronin – 07739 634041
Second: Contact Paul Clough - 07799435583




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Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Inventory – See CMSD-256 Rev 0

Refer to Site Plan for location of stores and spill kits

Name of           European Waste     Name of Waste       Waste             Supplier          Name of
product           Code (‘EWC’)                           Classification                      sub-
                                                                                             contractor




Note : The information above is to be completed as applicable during the contract when detailed design and
specifications set.




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Actions to be taken in the Event of a Health and Safety Emergency.

THOSE DIRECTLY INVOLVED SHOULD :
     • Make the area safe for themselves and others who may be exposed (where safe to do so)
     • Raise the alarm and instigate Site Incident Response Plan / Fire Plan as necessary
     • Treat those who may need attention
     • DO NOT make changes to the scene apart from those making the area safe – evidence will
        be required to aid investigation


TAKING COMMAND OF THE SITUATION

                                         The following should occur:

1.0 IMMEDIATE REPORTING:

        •   To a member of Costain Site Management
OR
        •   To your manager or supervisor who should then report to a member of Costain Site
            Management

        Costain Site Management will then put into action the Incident Response Plan and report to the
        associated enforcing authorities and/or others as appropriate. Costain Group will maintain a
        proactive stance on reporting of incidents to the appropriate authorities; they will find out eventually,
        however if we report it first, it will build a better relationship.

2.0 EVALUATE THE AREA FOLLOWING THE SITE DESIGNATED PROCEDURE.

3.0 INSTIGATE COSTAIN ACCIDENT / INCIDENT REPORTING PROCEDURE (Section 6 of the
       Procedures & Guidance manual and utilise CMSD-233 Rev 3) TO ASCERTAIN WHY THE
       INCIDENT OCCURRED – THIS WILL NOT BE TO ASSIGN BLAME BUT TO PREVENT
       RECURRANCE.

4.0 Review risk assessments and method statements to ensure that the content still reflects the situations on
       site

5.0 Site management must monitor the situation until such time that the incident is passed and the site has
        returned to normal working conditions. This is in addition to the continuous monitoring of all other site
        activities.
6.0 A close-out meeting should take place in order to learn from the event and enable such information to be
        fed back into the Group to aid continuous improvement.

UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD A MEMBER OF COSTAIN STAFF DISCUSS THE INCIDENT
DURING OR AFTER EVENTS WITH THE PRESS OR OTHERS. ALL SUCH COMMUNICATIONS MUST
BE DONE THROUGH THE COSTAIN PUBLIC RELATIONS DEPARTMENT!




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  Actions to be taken in the Event of an Emergency involving percussive piling outside of allowed
                                              hours

The local authority shall be notified and details provided in writing within 48 hours of any event (see below)
where percussive piling took place outside the permitted hours.
Events include: -
   a) In the case of an emergency or
   b) Where piling is required on the grounds of safety or environmental protection and
   c) In either case the situation would otherwise be dangerous to life or limb

Percussive piling cannot take place outside these permitted hours: -
    a) 8:00 to 18:00 hours, Monday to Friday, and
    b) 09:00 to 13:00 hours on Saturday or,
At any time on a Sunday or a Bank Holiday or a Public Holiday.



                    Actions to be taken in the Event of an Environmental Emergency

In the event of an actual or suspected pollution incident involving:
 • Spillage of oils or chemicals; or
 • Discharge of silty water or other pollutant such as concrete (watercourse or land);
 • Flood;
 • Fire (emissions to air); firewater runoff
 • Discovery of potentially contaminated land

                                          The following should occur:

1.0 REPORT IMMEDIATELY:

        •   To a member of Costain Site Management
OR
        •   To your manager or supervisor who should then report to a member of Costain Site
            Management

        Costain Site Management will then put into action the Pollution Incident Response Plan and report to
        the Environmental Agencies and/or sewerage undertaker and others as appropriate. Costain Group
        will maintain a proactive stance on reporting of pollution incidents to the appropriate authorities; they
        will find out eventually, however if we report it first, it will build a better relationship.

2.0 TRY TO IDENTIFY THE SOURCE OF THE POLLUTION AND STOP THE FLOW IMMEDIATELY.

        •   Switch off sources of ignition.
        •   Identify the material which may be burning and, if it can be done safely, extinguish with an
            appropriate fire extinguisher.

3.0 AVOID THE SPILLAGE OR FIRE WATER RUNOFF SPREADING

        •   Check the site drainage plan – where will the spillage go?
        •   Stop the flow if possible;
        •   Dam the flow with earth/sand/polythene/absorbent material;
        •   Divert the flow from drains/watercourses where possible;
        •   Use drain covers if available

4.0 GET A SPILL KIT

        •   Use absorbent material if appropriate.
        •   Place a boom across watercourses if applicable.

5.0     DO NOT WASH SPILLAGE OR FIRE WATER RUNOFF INTO THE DRAINAGE SYSTEM – IT
        ONLY MAKES IT WORSE.

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      •   Never use detergents,
      •   Use sand or absorbent pads to mop it up and dispose of as Special Waste.

6.0   IF THE SPILL HAS ALREADY ENTERED THE DRAINS – BLOCK THE DRAINS OFF IF AT ALL
      POSSIBLE.

7.0   SEEK SPECIALIST ADVICE OR SEEK AUTHORISATION FROM THE ENVIRONMENTAL
      ADVISOR BEFORE MOVING CONTAMINATED MATERIAL.

8.0   AN INVESTIGATION WILL BE CARRIED OUT BY COSTAIN TO ASCERTAIN WHY THE
      INCIDENT OCCURRED. USE CMSD-260 IN APPENDIX 20 OF THE PROCEDURES AND
      GUIDANCE MANUAL TO REPORT INCIDENT TO CENTRAL SHE DEPARTMENT.




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       Felixstowe FSR - Emergency Incident (spillage) Procedure
                                                                                                                              Concrete/                                           Chemical
                                                                                                                                          Paints     Oils      Silt   Detergent
                             SITE POLLUTION                                                                                    cement                                                s
                                                                                                            Spill on Ground
          1. Stop the discharge/ spill at source if possible. i.e. right the drum,                          Sand
          turn off fuel tank etc
          2. Contain the spill, stop it entering watercourse/ drain/further                                 Straw bales
          contaminating land etc using suitable materials identified in the                                 Absorbent
          table opposite                                                                                    granules
          3 Put used spill kit materials or contaminated soil in heavy duty                                 Geo-textile
          plastic bags for disposal as hazardous waste - do not put in non                                  fence
          hazardous skips i.e. general waste skip
                                                                                                            Drip trays
          For larger spills a clean up contractor may be required                                           Pads/rolls
                                                                                                            Drain seal
                                                                                                            Earth bunds
                                                                                                            Spill in Water
                  Inform Costain General Foreman/ Supervisor
                  immediately and provide details:                                                          Straw bales
                                                                                                            Pads/rolls
                  - Location of incident, has anything entered the
                  water?                                                                                    Booms
                  - Type of spill (diesel etc)                                                                                                     Oil Spill                      Chemical
                  - What have you done to stop it                                                                                                    Kit                           Spill Kit




                       Inform Steve Postlethwaite (SHE Manager)

                                                                                                                 Type of Kit/ Clean-up
                                                                                                                                               Location on site              Suitable for
                                                                                                                     Equipment
 PM or nominee complete an                Support          Regional Environmental Advisor
Environmental Incident Report                                  (REA) – Sonya Watson
 Form (CMSD-260). Include                                           07799435992
 photographs with the report




                                                    REA to visit site                Report to EA or
Follow Costain SHE Procedures                        and report to                   Local Authority
         & Guidance                                     Group                          if required
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APPENDIX 1

Log of identified emergency situations and associated risk assessment (s).


Emergency Situation                                       Identified (Y/N)   Risk Assessment Ref.

Fire / explosion                                          Y
Flood / engulfment                                        Y
Bomb/ IED etc                                             Y
UXB                                                       Y
Unintentional Collapse of structure                       Y
Archaeology
Major utilities strike                                    Y
Rescue from height                                        Y
Egress (tunnels etc)                                      N
Rescue from water                                         Y
Loss of containment (e.g. oil)                            Y
Uncontrolled pollutant entering watercourse               Y
Uncontrolled pollutant entering sewer system
Unintentional interference with sensitive area (e.g.      Y
SSSI, known habitat, etc.)
Unintentional breach of consent / failure on monitoring   Y
equipment
Uncontrolled fire run-off water
Other
Other




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APPENDIX 2

SITE FIRE SAFETY PLAN


NOMINATED PERSONNEL:

The appointed Site Fire Safety Co-ordinator for the Project is Dirk Gornott

The appointed Fire Marshall is Dirk Gornott


DUTIES:

The Fire Safety Co-ordinator and Fire Marshall shall:

1.      Ensure that all procedures and safety measures as defined in the Site Safety Plan are understood
        and complied with by all those on site.

2.      Ensure that a Hot Work Permit is established and monitor compliance.

3.      Carry out daily/weekly checks on fire fighting equipment, alarms, detection devices, escape routes,
        emergency access and work areas.

4.      Liaise with the local Fire Brigade, HSE, Police and site security.

5.      Maintain records of all checks, inspections, tests, fire patrols and fire drills. See attached Fire Log
        Book.

6.      Execute the duties for the safe evacuation of the site and ensure that all staff, contractors and
        visitors report to the assembly points.

7.      Ensure a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment is completed (see CMSD 293) for all operations
        controlled by Costain Ltd.

8.      Ensure that the emergency services are provided with site drawing plans and all information
        required.

The records required by Item 5 above will be maintained on the sections included within this Appendix ‘2’
(the Site Fire Plan) and its associated sections.




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ORGANISATIONAL CHART




                         PROJECT DIRECTOR
                                  David Alefs



                         FIRE CO-ORDINATOR
                                  Dirk Gornott
                         RISK ASSESSMENTS




                         HOT WORK PERMITS
                           Andy Coxall, Dirk Gornott



                         SUB-CONTRACT
                             FIRE MARSHALLS
                                   tbc




                            SITE LABOUR




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FIRE PRECAUTIONS – General Site area

The following arrangements have been introduced:

•   Fire extinguishers

    Site Stores Office                    1 x Dry Powder
                                          1 x Foam

    Fuel Storage Area                     1 x Dry Powder
                                          1 x Foam

    Geotech Office                        1 x Dry Powder
                                          1 x Foam

    Fire Point 1                          1 x Dry Powder
                                          1 x Foam

    Fire Point 2                          1 x Dry Powder
                                          1 x Foam

•   Battery operated smoke detectors have been fitted.

•   Test Certificates for permanent electrical installations.

•   Test Certificates for temporary electrical supplies and distribution to each unit.


FIRE PRECAUTIONS - Existing Building Curlew House

The following measures have been introduced:

•   Fire extinguishers have been located on each floor of the building

    Ground Floor                          1 x Foam
                                          1 x Water
                                          1 x CO2

    First Floor                           1 x Foam
                                          1 x Water
                                          1 x CO2

•   Battery operated smoke detectors have been fitted.

•   Test Certificates for permanent electrical installations.

•   Means of raising alarm in the event of fire is by sounding the air horn on the ground floor at the bottom of
    the staircase.

•   Emergency fire precautions and means of escape are communicated to all site operatives by means of
    Induction Training Sessions when they arrive on site.

The arrangements are indicated on the attached drawing.

In the event of fire, personnel will leave the building and report to the assembly point outside the main
entrance next to the car park.




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FIRE PRECAUTIONS - Existing Building Allport House

The following measures have been introduced:

•   Fire extinguishers have been located on each floor of the building

    Ground Floor                          1 x Foam
                                          1 x Water
                                          1 x CO2

    First Floor                           1 x Foam
                                          1 x Water
                                          1 x CO2

•   Battery operated smoke detectors have been fitted.

•   Test Certificates for permanent electrical installations.

•   Means of raising alarm in the event of fire is by sounding the air horn on the ground floor at the bottom of
    the staircase.

•   Emergency fire precautions and means of escape are communicated to all site operatives by means of
    Induction Training Sessions when they arrive on site.

The arrangements are indicated on the attached drawing.

In the event of fire, personnel will leave the building and report to the assembly point outside the main
entrance next to the car park.


GENERAL

§       Access for emergency services

        The Fire Safety Co-ordinator will liaise with the local Fire Station in the Port and advise on Project
        location and the nature of the undertaking. Adequate access will be maintained for fire tenders etc.

§       Updating the Site Fire Safety Plan

        The Plan will be updated to take account of changing conditions on site and site operatives informed
        of the changes as they occur.

§       Compliance with the Plan

        All personnel will be required to comply with this Plan and the emergency procedures laid down by
        Costain as discussed at the Induction Training Session.

§       Co-ordination with Host Employers Arrangements
        Hot Work Procedures
        No Smoking in buildings and on site (only permitted in designated areas)
        Fire Drills/Procedures
        House Keeping
        Means of Escape - Costain/Employer.

§       Detailed Arrangements for Temporary Office Accommodation
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§      Hot Work Permits:

       Before commencing work the operative shall fill in the form CMSD 281 Rev 0. This will detail the
       work and area where the work will be carried out.

       The completed form is to be taken to the Costain office where it will be signed by a competent
       member of staff detailed in the Organisation Chart.

       A copy will be taken and issued to the operative carrying out the work. The original will remain in the
       Hot Work Permit file.

       Upon completion of the work at least one hour will pass, whereupon the operative shall return to the
       area of 'hot work' and check for any signs of fire. Having completed the check the operative will
       return to the Costain office and the original form will be 'signed off'.

       In addition, if the work continues through a break period, an operative has to be in attendance for at
       least 60 minutes after the cessation of the hot work.


§      Escape Routes

       The emergency plan for action in the event of fire (Section 1) will be part of the induction given to all
       site operatives. The Plan will be displayed at the Fire points adjacent to the landing of the escape
       staircase.

       Escape route plans will be displayed at each Fire point. The plans will be changed as the
       demolition/construction continues. For the latest version of the escape routes, please see the fire
       points or copies displayed on site Notice Board.

       A copy of the plans showing the position of gas bottles, fire fighting aids, fuel stores and areas of
       high risk (i.e. voids in slabs, danger of label etc) will be displayed in the security hut and will be
       issued to the Fire Brigade on arrival in the case of an emergency call.

       The Site Fire Officer will keep and maintain a weekly register of inspections of fire extinguishers,
       alarm/detection devices, escape routes, fire brigade access and fire fighting facilities on the pro-
       forma included in Section 3

§      Fire Drills

       Regular fire drills will be instigated allied with the training in the use of fire fighting equipment (also to
       be organised for new trades as they start on site). A record should be kept.

§      Security

       During the enablement phase the site is guarded by a security officer during the day (12 hours) with
       mobile patrols during the evening from the Port Authority Police. This will be upgraded during the
       main construction phase with 24 hour security. Further security measures are CCTV cameras to
       designated areas.

§   Waste Control

       Effective management of waste control has been implemented with segregation of different waste
       streams. To ensure sub-contractor compliance, the rubbish clearance form included in Section 2 -
       will be utilised in the policing of this.

§   Review Process

       Plan will be reviewed at regular intervals and/or when layout of site changes, e.g. demolition to
       construction phase, accommodation layout, etc




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SITE FIRE SAFETY PLAN                                                                           SECTION 1

ACTION IN THE EVENT OF FIRE

1.    RAISE THE ALARM

      Use the air horns situated on the ground floor level in the building, positions as indicated on the
      Escape Route drawings.

      Alert Costain management at site offices in the ground floor
      Alert Security at the site entrance gate
      or
      Shout "Fire, Fire"

2.    CALL THE FIRE BRIGADE

      If site management have been contacted, tell them to call 4300 on the Port internal office phone
      system. Or 01394 604300 to call the Port Fire Station emergency number on a mobile telephone.

3.    ON HEARING THE SITE FIRE ALARM

      §       All personnel to leave the site and assemble at the Muster Point
      §       Contractor's Site Managers to check off employees against labour register and report to
              Costain Fire Marshall with list of names.
      §       Do not stop to collect personal belongings
      §       Turn off generators, compressors and other powered equipment.
      §       Turn off heat producing equipment and shut cylinder valves.
      §       Report locations of any cylinders or fuel containers to Costain management/security.
      §       Attack fire with the equipment provided if it is safe to do so
      §       Obey instructions from the Site Fire Marshall or supervisory staff.
      §       Do not re-enter site until told it is safe to do so.




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SITE FIRE SAFETY PLAN                                                                   SECTION 2

CLEARANCE OF RUBBISH/MATERIALS


Date:

Time:
Subcontractor:



Location:




We confirm having instructed you to clear/move your             Notice period has expired and the
rubbish/materials from the above location.                      work has been undertaken by:

If the above is not undertaken within the next 4 hours, then    c       Subcontractor
the works will be carried out by ourselves, and costs contra-
                                                                c       Costain
charged to yourselves.
                                                                Signed:

                                                                Date:

SIGNED:




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SITE FIRE SAFETY PLAN                                                                         SECTION 3

FIRE PRECAUTIONS

                                                LOG BOOK


Address of Premises                       Costain Ltd, c/o Curlew House
                                          Port of Felixstowe
                                          The Dock
                                          Felixstowe, Suffolk IP11 3TS

Occupier of Premises                      Costain Ltd

Name and Address of owner (s)             Felixstowe Dock and Railway Company
of the Premises                           Tomline House
                                          The Dock
                                          Felixstowe
                                          Suffolk
                                          IP11 3SY




                                                CONTENTS


A.     Individual Duties and Responsibilities

B.      Information and Recording Sections for :

        (i)     Means of Escape
        (ii)    Fire Alarm and Automatic Fire Detection
        (iii)   Fire Extinguishers
        (iv)    Emergency Lighting
        (v)     Records of Fire Drills and Training



Detailed information regarding testing and maintenance can be obtained by reference to the relevant:

        -       British Standards
        -       Manufacturers Instructions




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SITE FIRE SAFETY PLAN                                                        SECTION 3 (i)

                                      LOG BOOK
                           INSPECTION OF MEANS OF ESCAPE

  DATE      INSPECTED BY          FAULTS FOUND                      ACTION TAKEN




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SITE FIRE SAFETY PLAN   SECTION 3 (ii)

                                         LOG BOOK
                        WEEKLY TEST OF FIRE ALARM SYSTEM

               SYSTEM          CALL POINT NUMBER              ACTION TAKEN IF NOT
  DATE      INSPECTED BY        AND ZONE NUMBER                 SATISFACTORY




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SITE FIRE SAFETY PLAN                                                  SECTION 3(iii)

                                       LOG BOOK
                        MONTHLY INSPECTION OF FIRE APPLIANCES

            NUMBER OF       INSPECTED BY            ACTION           REMARKS
  DATE      APPLIANCES
             INSPECTED




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SITE FIRE SAFETY PLAN                                                     SECTION 3 (iv)

                                      LOG BOOK
                    EMERGENCY LIGHTING TESTS AND MAINTENANCE


DATE        TYPE OF TEST          DETAILS OF FAULTS             ACTION AND REMARKS




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SITE FIRE SAFETY PLAN                                                       SECTION 3 (v)

LOG BOOK
FIRE DRILLS AND TRAINING

                                  NAMES OF         INSTRUCTION GIVEN AND
  DATE      INSTRUCTOR                                                     DURATION
                                 RECIPIENTS              REMARKS




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