To reduce the impact of any pollution incidents on the surrounding environment.
Is a response plan in place to deal with pollution incidents in line with national standards or best practice guidelines?
|Credits||Answer||Select a single answer option|
|0||A||Question not answered|
|Criterion||Assessment criteria||Applicable answer|
Where no sources of pollution are located on the site, this issue can be filtered out of the assessment.
A response plan outlining an emergency response procedure for dealing with potential pollution incidents should be in place. Sources of potential pollution include (but are not limited to):
|3||The response plan should be reviewed at least every 5 years and after the occurrence of any accidents or emergency situations.||C|
|4||Where practical, the response procedures should be tested periodically.||C|
|-||- The evidence below is not exhaustive, please also refer to the ‘BREEAM evidential requirements’ section in the scope of the Guidance for appropriate evidence types which can be used to demonstrate compliance.|
|2,3||Copy of the response plan outlining the incident response procedures.|
|4||Records of any testing of emergency response procedures.|
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