What does an environmental audit mean for you as a stakeholder?
An environmental audit involves a systematic, independent and documented evaluation of either your environmental management system or compliance with environmental legislation.
We are recognized in Australia and broadly regarded as an outstanding expert in the field of external Third Party Lead Audits & Regulatory Assurance and Compliance when it comes to Environmental matters and therefore have developed reputation for the quality of our environmental auditing services.
We are experienced in conducting a range of environmental audits including:
Marius has conducted some of the most comprehensive and thorough audit reports for major Operators within the Oil & Gas Industry. He is a Qualified International Lead Auditor and approved by the Coordinator-General to conduct audits on imposed condition of Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) for activities related to oil and gas extraction.
Recent completed projects include:
Environmental Project Audit for Aurizon
Bauhinia Rail Corridor Electrification Project (Aurizon) - The Task was to determine the contractor compliance with their Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP) & General Environmental Duty under the EP Act 1994. The project ran over a period of 13 months from inception to completion. The final stage resulted in an in-depth review of environmental applications along the rail corridor to ascertain compliance against Aurizon standards.
Project - Santos GLNG EIS Coordinator-General Third Party Compliance Review - Lead auditor and author of the independent assessment undertaken of Gladstone Liquefied Natural Gas (GLNG) compliance with the imposed conditions of the Coordinator-General’s (CG) (Queensland Office of Coordinator-General) evaluation report for an Environmental Impact Statement of the GLNG Project (CG evaluation report), under Part 4 of the State Development and Public Works Organisation Act 1971.
Project - Independent assessment of the Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG) Project’s compliance with the imposed conditions of the Coordinator-General’s (CG) evaluation report for an environmental impact statement (EIS) of the (QCLNG) Project (CG evaluation report of June 2010), pursuant to Section 35 of the State Development and Public Works Organisation Act 1971 (QLD) (SDPWO Act) as required by Condition 1, Part 1, Appendix 1 of the CG evaluation report.