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ANNEX 3-2 PRO-FORMA MMT COMPLIANCE MONITORING AND VALIDATION ANNEX 3-2 REPORT (CMVR)

DATE OF COMPLIANCE MONITORING AND VALIDATION: ________________ MONITORING AND VALIDATION PERIOD COVERED: I. BASIC INFORMATION
ECC Control No./Reference Code No. Date ECC Issued Project Current Name Project Name in the ECC Project Status Geographical Coordinates of the Project Proponent Name Proponent Contact Person/Position Proponent Mailing Address Proponent Telephone No./Fax No. Proponent Email Address MMT Contact Person/Position MMT Mailing Address MMT Telephone No./Fax No. MMT Email Address : : : : : : : : : : : : : : X: Y:

e.g. 1st & 2nd quarter

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REQUIREMENT


Validity of the ECC Check for expiry conditions in the ECC (usually related to date of ECC issuance vs. date of project implementation and period of implementation stoppage) Project coverage/limits/ Components Other sectoral requirements mandated by other agencies to be complied with EMP and updates as deemed necessary Conduct of compliance and impact self-monitoring Multi-sectoral Monitoring (as may be required) Regular reporting Institutional arrangements necessary for implementation of environmental management measures Standard DENR requirement on transfer of ownership Standard DENR requirement on abandonment Construction/Contractors Environmental Program

EVIDENCE
Date of ECC issuance, proof of project implementation schedule/stoppage

REMARKS

Presence of EMP Records of compliance and impact monitoring MOA signed by all parties, attendance sheets for meetings and other MMT activities, MMT Monitoring Reports Proof or receipt by EMB/DENR of written reports

Compliance with ECC

Appropriate legal document

Compliance with EMP

Relevant provisions in the contract and relevant proof of compliance

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REQUIREMENT
Social Development Program (SDP)

EVIDENCE
SDP provision in the EMP or SDP prepared after ECC issuance (if required in the ECC) and relevant proof of compliance IEC provision in the EMP or IEC prepared after ECC issuance (if required in the ECC) and relevant proof of compliance Check for presence of specific provision in the EMP and relevant proof of compliance

REMARKS

Information, Education & Communication Program (IEC) Contingency/Emergency Response Plan Risk Management Program Abandonment Plan (when applicable) Environmental Monitoring Plan Impact Mitigating Measures In case of non-compliance w/ any of the prescribed environmental performance criteria and exceedances over any applicable environmental standards In case of unacceptable deterioration or degradation of vulnerable environmental media or adverse health and welfare impacts to human receptors the complaint receiving set-up case investigation implementation of corrective measures communication with the complainant/public complaint documentation

Appropriate & effective environmental impact remedial actions or mitigation measures

Procedures or protocols (preferably written) & relevant documentation of specific cases

Complaints Management

Procedures or protocols (preferably written) & relevant documentation of specific cases Appropriate Financial Statement on the Project Operating Budget Relevant Credentials of key environmental management personnel and appropriate organizational structure

Realistic and sufficient budget for conducting the environmental monitoring and audit activities Accountability - qualified personnel are charged with the routine monitoring of the project activities in terms of education, training, knowledge and experience of the environmental team

III. METHODOLOGY
A. Process Documentation for Review and Validation of Proponents Monitoring Report

B.

Process Documentation for Validation of Water Quality (if confirmatory sampling is conducted.)

C.

Process Documentation for Validation of Air Quality (if confirmatory sampling is conducted.)

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D. Process Documentation for Validation of Hazardous Waste Management (if confirmatory sampling is conducted.)

IV. COMPLIANCE MONITORING RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS


A. Review & Validation of Proponents Monitoring Reports A.1 Compliance to ECC Conditions

Directions: The MMT shall check documentary compliance of the Proponent to the conditions stipulated in the ECC. ECC CONDITIONS 1 2 3 N A.2 Compliance to EMP Commitments COMPLIED? Y N PROOF OF COMPLIANCE

Directions: The MMT shall check compliance of the Proponent to the commitments made in the EMP. MITIGATING MEASURES PLANNED ACTUAL EFFECTIVE? Y N

PROJECT IMPACTS 1 2 3 N A.3

RECOMMENDATION

Air Quality Impact Assessment

Directions: The MMT shall compare current sampling results as stated/reflected in the SMR from the previous quarters results, DENR standards and the EQPL. Sampling Location 1: _____________ (Table must be used per sampling location) RESULT PARAMETER 1 2 3 N
CURRENT PREVIOUS

DENR STANDARDS

EQPL* RED FLAG ACTION


LIMIT

REMARKS

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Sampling Location 2: _____________ (Table must be used per sampling location) RESULT PARAMETER 1 2 3 N
CURRENT PREVIOUS

DENR STANDARDS

EQPL* RED FLAG ACTION


LIMIT

REMARKS

*EQPL-Environmental Quality Performance Level o Alert or Red Flag - early warning o Action Level-point where management measures must be employed so as not to reach the regulated threshold or limit level, or to reduce deterioration of affected environmental component to pre-impact or optimum environmental quality o Limit Level-regulated threshold of pollutant (standard that must not be exceeded); point where emergency response measures must be employed to reduce pollutants to lower than standard limit. o NOTE: Section on EQPLs may be filled out as a Proponents draft commitment or after these have been established and mutually agreed upon among Proponent, EMB and other MMT members. Otherwise, only the LIMIT Level shall be the reference for regulatory compliance. This means that environmental management measures are formulated not to exceed this regulated threshold. Remarks:

A.4

Water Quality Impact Assessment

Directions: The MMT shall compare current sampling results as stated/reflected in the SMR from the previous quarters results, DENR standards and the EQPL. Sampling Location 1: _____________ (Table must be used per sampling location) RESULT PARAMETER 1 2 3 N Sampling Location 2: _____________ (Table must be used per sampling location) RESULT PARAMETER 1 2 3 N Remarks:
CURRENT PREVIOUS CURRENT PREVIOUS

DENR STANDARDS

EQPL* RED FLAG ACTION


LIMIT

REMARKS

DENR STANDARDS

EQPL* RED FLAG ACTION


LIMIT

REMARKS

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A.5

Compliance with good practices in HAZARDOUS WASTE Management

Directions: The MMT shall indicate its observations on how hazardous waste is handled, stored and disposed. TYPE OF WASTE 1 2 3 N Remarks: HANDLING STORAGE DISPOSAL ADEQUATE? Y N REMARKS

A.6

Compliance with good practices in SOLID WASTE Management

Directions: The MMT shall indicate its observations on how solid waste is stored and disposed. TYPE OF WASTE 1 2 3 N Remarks: HANDLING STORAGE DISPOSAL ADEQUATE? Y N REMARKS

A.7

Compliance with good practices in CHEMICAL SAFETY Management (for those companies using/producing chemicals listed in EMBs PCL and CCO list) ADEQUATE ?* (put if adequate) Handling & Emergency Training Storage Preparedness REMARKS

Chemicals in PCL and CCO List

Risk Management

*refer to attached checklist

B.

Confirmatory Sampling and Measurement Directions: The MMT shall discuss the reason/cause for the conduct of confirmatory sampling and measurement.

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C. Directions:

Complaints Verification and Management The MMT shall discuss how complaints were handled (process documentation as attachment), problems encountered, solutions and recommendations made.

D.

Other Remarks

Prepared by: ________________________________ MMT Chairperson (Printed Name, Signature, Date Signed)

_________________________ MMT Member (Printed Name, Position, Signature, Date Signed)

__________________________ MMT Member (Printed Name, Position, Signature, Date Signed)

_________________________ MMT Member (Printed Name, Position, Signature, Date Signed)

__________________________ MMT Member (Printed Name, Position, Signature, Date Signed)

_________________________ MMT Member (Printed Name, Position, Signature, Date Signed))

__________________________ MMT Member (Printed Name, Position, Signature, Date Signed)

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Chemical Safety Management Checklist


Risk Management: 1). Regular evaluation of chemical handling risks which consider the hazards of the material and the likelihood of accidents/incidents and the potential for human and environmental exposure from release of the material 2). Implementation of chemical handling risk reduction measures 3). Investigation of the chemical accidents/incidents and implementation of preventive measures Training 1) 2) A program for providing guidelines and information for proper use, storage, transport and disposal of chemicals Establishment of procedure and work practices for safe operating and maintenance activities

Handling and Storage 1) 2) 3) Documented procedures for inspection of leaks and visible defects of containers and facilities Defined criteria for cleaning, decontamination of containers as well as other returnable/refillable bulk and semi-bulk containers, and for proper disposal of cleaning residues A program for providing guidance and information to customers, distributors and other users on proper procedures for handling and storing chemicals and appreciation of Safety data sheets

Emergency Preparedness 1) involving chemicals 2) 3) Documented procedures for making information about the chemicals used available to response agencies including training materials for emergency response Provision of control processes and equipment during emergencies resulting from natural events, utility disruptions and other external conditions. A process for responding to accidents/incidents

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