CPCCBC5011A Manage Environmental Management Practices And Processes In Building And Construction

Assessment Task: 2

Assessment Title: Develop and Implement an Environmental Management Plan

Student Version: Report, Project, Portfolio

Section A – Program/Course details

Qualification code:

CPC50210

Qualification title:

Building And Construction

Unit code:

CPCCBC5011A

CPC 50097

Unit title:

Manage Environmental Management Practices And Processes In Building And Construction

Section B – Assessment task details

Assessment number:

1

Semester/Year:

201920

Assessment task results:

This assessment task will be marked as:

Ungraded result: Satisfactory or Not Satisfactory

Other (eg points): Graded

Section C – Instructions to students

Task instructions:

You are to identify an old brewery in Collingwood. The Yorkshire brewery (14-21 Robert street Collingwood).

Your task is to demolish and clean the site in preparation for the development of a high rise apartment block, while retaining the heritage buildings on the site. The site has various heritage buildings on the site which need to be decontaminated, cleaned of all graffiti and retained.

Your company has been awarded the task of providing a report on the management of the environmental practices that should be put in place.

Your report should include but not be restricted to the following:

Part 1.

  1. The company policy regarding the environment.
  2. Identification of relevant stakeholders and discuss how they are involved in the project. .
  3. Identify possible environmental issues and suggest possible procedures and processes to manage them.
  4. Meeting statutory requirement such as the planning schemes.

Part 2.

With the information gathered, develop an environmental management plan, based upon the ISO14000 series or Environmental Guidelines for Major Construction Sites by EPA Victoria Publications

Section D – Conditions for assessment

Conditions:

General instructions:

  1. This is an individual assessment.
  2. This Assessment Task is to be presented in a professional report format as set out in the report template provided.
  3. Assessment task submissions shall only be accepted when uploaded onto the Brightspace portal. NO submissions will be accepted via Email.
  4. Upload a word Docx copy of the CRS170/CRS174/176/180 whichever is applicable onto Brightspace, complete the form as directed by your teacher. THIS IS MANDATORY.
  5. In a Word doc format (not in Pages Format) of the Assessment Task, dated with the unit code and title and Assessment Task number.
  6. A Pdf format of the report is also to be uploaded.
  7. Definitely NO Zip files, Text files or WPS files as these formats clash with Brightspace and will not open for marking.
  8. File labelling convention yymmdd unit code Student name assessment task No.
  9. Every task must be completed satisfactorily for competence to be achieved.
    *Competence must be achieved before grades are allocated.
  10. Students must meet all criteria listed in the marking guide to be deemed satisfactory in this task.
  11. Students may resubmit this task if deemed not successful within the current enrolment period as per Holmesglen conducting assessment procedure.
  12. Work that is re-submitted will be resulted as a PX if deemed competent.
  13. Reasonable adjustment
    1. Reasonable adjustment is an individualised modification made to the training delivery or assessment methods to enable a student with specific needs to access and participate. Reasonable adjustment may include changed assessment conditions, flexibility in assessments, other academic support, provision of adaptive equipment and in class support.
    2. Reasonable adjustment is applied within the start date and end date for the subject/unit being undertaken.
  14. Submitted work MUST achieve an acceptable Turn It in Score
  15. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure submitted work returns an acceptable Turn It In score in line with Holmesglen’s plagiarism policy.
  16. Work MUST be submitted by the due date.
  17. Work submitted after the due date will be resulted as a PX.
  18. Deferred assessment
    1. An Application for Deferred Assessment can only be made if the assessment task has not been completed by the due date.
    2. If the assessment task has been completed, an APPLICATION FOR SPECIAL CONSIDERATION must be made.
  19. No work will be accepted after the end date of the course.

Equipment/resources students must supply:

Equipment/resources to be provided by the RTO:

  • Personal Computer
  • Windows
  • Microsoft office suite
  • Internet.
  • Brightspace,
  • Learner Resources
  • Notepad for activities
  • Pen
  • WIfi
  • Internet
  • Class room
  • Desk and Chair
  • Personal Computer,
  • Windows
  • Microsoft office suite
  • Completed CRS170/CRS174/176/180 whichever is applicable.
  • Access to Holmesglen assessment policies and procedures.
  • Access to Brightspace
  • 240v GPO
  • Safe training & assessment environment

Section E – Marking Guide

Assessment number:

2

Assessment title:

Develop and implement an environmental management plan

Student ID:

ID.

Student name:

Student name.

Unit code:

CPCCBC5011A

Unit title:

Manage Environmental Management Practices And Processes In Building And Construction

Date:

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Criteria for assessment

Satisfactory

Comment

Yes

No

The following has been submitted for assessment:

Students should use the template as a guide on how the report is to be formatted for this unit of study. At a minimum the following should be included in the report.

  • Title page.
    • Title page Tick different front page in Header & footer design.
  • Table of Contents
    • Formatting of the heading will make the table of contents work correctly.
    • Right click the table of contents to update the headings and page numbering.
  • Table of Figures
    • Label the Figure with a description
    • Captions on any tables or graphics to label what they are. These are the (Figures).
    • Add a Citation.
  • Introduction
    • Can be divided into:
    • Aim
    • Purpose
    • Scope
    • Methodology
    • Background
  • Body of the report
    • Headings
      • Should be numbered.
      • Sub-headings
        • Create multi-level list to organise in a Hierarchical order.
  • Conclusion
    • Summary of main points and findings from the body of the report.
    • Clear connection between the content of the introduction and conclusion.
  • Appendix
  • Bibliography
    • Multiple sources of reference should be used.
    • (Harvard format) (look on YouTube, How to do a Bibliography in word).
    • REFERENCES ARE NOT OPTIONAL
  • Citations
    • Citations showing where the information was sourced, this provides credibility to the information contained in the report.
    • On the figures to acknowledge copyright.
  • Include pictures and diagrams to assist the reader understanding the topic.
  • Spell check and grammar check.
  • Hierarchic fonts & text weights consistent on all sheets
    • Font size 11
  • Headers
    • Unit Code & title
  • Footers
  • Student Name & Student ID
  • Page numbering

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Upload the CRS176 form as a separate document onto Brightspace, THIS IS MANDATORY.

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Marking criteria for each product document/s supplied.

1.

Company policy

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2.

Stakeholders

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3.

Possible environmental issues

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4.

Statutory Requirement

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5.

Pre-construction planning and design

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6.

Environmental assessment

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7.

Risk

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8.

Environment management plan

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9.

Land disturbance

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10.

Erosion

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11.

Management of contaminated stormwater

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12.

Designing erosion and sediment control devices

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13.

De-watering work sites

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14.

Dust control

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15.

Management of stockpiles and batters

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16.

Noise and vibration

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17.

Operating hours

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18.

Vehicles and equipment

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19.

Traffic

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20.

Vibration

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21.

Waste minimisation

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22.

Contaminated material and wastes

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23.

Solid inert wastes

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24.

Putrescible wastes

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25.

Low-level contaminated soil

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26.

Prescribed wastes

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27.

Emergency procedures

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28.

Air quality

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29.

Litter

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30.

Storage of chemicals and fuel

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31.

Road cleaning

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32.

Protecting infrastructure

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33.

Inspections, monitoring and audits

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34.

Content and length indicates appropriate depth of research and learning:

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35.

Clearly followed instructions set out in Section D – Conditions for assessment.

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Section F – Feedback to Student

Has the student successfully completed this assessment task?

Yes

No

Additional Assessor comments (as appropriate):

Resubmission allowed:

Yes ☐

No ☐

Resubmission due date:

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Assessor name:

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Assessor signature:

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Date:

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Assessment Task: 1

Assessment Title: Commercial Demolition

Student Version: Report, Project, Portfolio

Section A – Program/Course details

Qualification code:

CPC50210

Qualification title:

Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)

Unit code:

CPCCBC5011A

CPC 50097

Unit title:

Manage Environmental Management Practices And Processes In Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)

Section B – Assessment task details

Assessment number:

1

Semester/Year:

201920

Assessment task results:

This assessment task will be marked as:

Ungraded result: Satisfactory or Not Satisfactory

Other (eg points): Graded

Section C – Instructions to students

Task instructions:

Commercial Demolition:

You are to identify an old brewery in Collingwood. The Yorkshire brewery (14-21 Robert street Collingwood).

Your task is to demolish and clean the site in preparation for the development of a high rise apartment block, while retaining the heritage buildings on the site.

This site has a long industrial history and has known issues related to contamination of the soil and the ground water.

As part of this assignment you are to write a professional report that covers but is not limited to the following issues.

  1. Map of the site.
  2. Site description.
  3. History of the site
  4. Research the council requirements with regards to the environment.
  5. What benchmarking criteria will be used to evaluate the site?
  6. Identify the areas of environmental risk considering the history of the site.
  7. Identify the relevant stakeholders
  8. Explain your communication path/strategies with the respective stakeholders
  9. Include a flow chart
  10. Explain your methods of informing staff and contractors of their obligations in implementing the environmental planning process.
  11. What methods will be used to gather and evaluate environmental data?
  12. Consider and discuss possible contamination.

Some useful site to use for this project are the following:

http://thecityjournal.net/news/change-brewing-in-collingwood-2/

>http://vhd.heritagecouncil.vic.gov.au/places/317/download-report

http://collingwoodhs.org.au/resources/collingwood-maps-online/

https://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/about-council/committees-meetings/meeting-archive/MeetingAgendaItemAttachments/767/13750/FEB17%20FMC2%20AGENDA%20ITEM%206.1.pdf

https://apps.epa.vic.gov.au/EnvAuditFiles/53X/37912-1/37912-1_b.pdf

https://apps.epa.vic.gov.au/EnvAuditFiles/53X/37912-1/37912-1_a.pdf

https://apps.epa.vic.gov.au/EnvAuditFiles/53X/69775-2/69775-2_c.pdf

https://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/about-council/committees-meetings/meeting-archive/MeetingAgendaItemAttachments/767/13750/FEB17%20FMC2%20AGENDA%20ITEM%206.1.pdf

http://www.trustadvocate.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/2016-10-19-Registration-Hearing-NT-Submission-notes.pdf

Section E – Marking Guide

Assessment number:

1

Assessment title:

Commercial Demolition

Student ID:

ID.

Student name:

Student name.

Unit code:

CPCCBC5011A

Unit title:

Manage Environmental Management Practices And Processes In Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)

Date:

Criteria for assessment

Satisfactory

Comment

Yes

No

The following has been submitted for assessment:

Students should use the template as a guide on how the report is to be formatted for this unit of study. At a minimum the following should be included in the report.

  1. Title page.
  2. Title page Tick different front page in Header & footer design.
  3. Table of Contents
  4. Formatting of the heading will make the table of contents work correctly.
  5. Right click the table of contents to update the headings and page numbering.
  6. Table of Figures
  7. Label the Figure with a description
  8. Captions on any tables or graphics to label what they are. These are the (Figures).
  9. Add a Citation.
  10. Introduction
  11. Can be divided into:
  12. Aim
  13. Purpose
  14. Scope
  15. Methodology
  16. Background
  17. Body of the report
  18. Headings
  19. Should be numbered.
  20. Sub-headings
  21. Create multi-level list to organise in a Hierarchical order.
  22. Conclusion
  23. Summary of main points and findings from the body of the report.
  24. Clear connection between the content of the introduction and conclusion.
  25. Appendix
  26. Bibliography
  27. Multiple sources of reference should be used.
  28. (Harvard format) (look on YouTube, How to do a Bibliography in word).
  29. REFERENCES ARE NOT OPTIONAL
  30. Citations
  31. Citations showing where the information was sourced, this provides credibility to the information contained in the report.
  32. On the figures to acknowledge copyright.
  33. Include pictures and diagrams to assist the reader understanding the topic.
  34. Spell check and grammar check.
  35. Hierarchic fonts & text weights consistent on all sheets
  36. Font size 11
  37. Headers
  38. Unit Code & title
  39. Footers
  40. Student Name & Student ID
  41. Page numbering

Upload the CRS176 form as a separate document onto Brightspace, THIS IS MANDATORY.

Marking criteria for each product document/s supplied.

1.

Map of the site.

2.

Site description.

3.

History of the site

4.

Council requirements with regards to the environment.

5.

Benchmarking

6.

Environmental risk

7.

Relevant stakeholders

8.

Communication with the respective stakeholders

9.

Informing staff and contractors of their obligations in implementing the environmental planning process.

10.

Gather and evaluate environmental data

11.

Content and length indicates appropriate depth of research and learning:

12.

Clearly followed instructions set out in Section D – Conditions for assessment.

Section F – Feedback to Student

Has the student successfully completed this assessment task?

Yes

No

Additional Assessor comments (as appropriate):

Resubmission allowed:

Yes ☐

No ☐

Resubmission due date:

Assessor name:

Choose an item.

Assessor signature:

Choose an item.

Date: