These are tools that the Board can use to ensure that companies are protecting the environment to the best of their ability. They contain details of how companies go about their day-to-day operations and management on site. Management plans are usually required by Land and Water Boards to specifically address potential environmental issues and are usually reviewed each year. They offer a flexible way to adapt to the changing conditions of a Project and allow the Land and Water Boards to include best practices.
Examples of several management plans that are commonly required:
- Spill Contingency Plans
- Waste Management Plans
- Closure and Reclamation Plans
- Hazardous Materials Management Plans
- Waste Rock Management Plans
- Erosion and Sediment Control Management Plans