Environmental Auditor

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سمكي | حيواني | زراعي | بيئي |

تقرير
زيارة ميدانية للتدقيق على
مصنع سوبر لصناعة الاسمنت
في
إمارة أبوظبي

تاريخ الزيارة
2015/04/13
بيانات المنشأة | * اسم المنشأة | * سوبر لصناعة الاسمنت | * الإمارة | * إمارة ابوظبي | * المنطقة | * منطقة مصفح الصناعية | * الهاتف | * 025502458 | * الجوال | * 0506627884 | * البريد الإلكتروني | * Hitesh@jindalco.ae | * إحداثيات الموقع | * E 245022 N 2691520 * |

تقرير الزيارة

تم زيارة مصنع أسمنت السوبر القائم في مدينة أبوظبي الصناعية – ايكاد 1؛ لمتابعة ما تم انجازه من إجراءات تنفيذية لما ورد في الخطوط الإرشادية لتنظيم عمل مصانع الإسمنت – القرار الوزاري رقم (137) لعام 2012 م وقد تمت عملية التدقيق بمشاركة الاتي: م | اسماء الحضور | الوظيفة | 1 | ناصر حسين علوي | مفتش اول – الامتثال والتدقيق- هيئة البيئة ابوظبي | 2 | سامر عقل | مدير التفتيش والالتزام البرامج البيئية الدولية- هيئة البيئة ابوظبي | 3 | محمد الاشرم | عالم بيئي- هيئة البيئة ابوظبي | 4 | ياسر الغزولي | مدير مصنع الجير | 5 | فيفك سيلفستر | مساعد مديرالصحة والسلامة والبيئة |

ملاحظات فريق التدقيق: * المصنع يعمل أثناء الزيارة. * اللوحات الارشادية داخل المصنع بحاجة للتكثيف. * عدم تركيب جهاز رصد الانبعاثات PM10 مع وجود أمر شراء. * وجود عدد 6 مرشحات في منطقة الطحن. * لم يتم تشكيل حزام أخضر حول المصنع. * افتقار المصنع للزراعة الداخلية. * عدم رش المياه في الطرقات أثناء الزيارة. * افتقار المصنع لأدنى مستويات النظافة العامة. * وجود مخزون من المواد الخام في مناطق مكشوفة دون تغطية. * قصور في نظام الصحة والسلامة المتبع في المصنع حيث تم رصد الاتي : * مرور العمال من اسفل مطحنة المواد اثناء التشغيل. * العمال غير ملتزمين بمعدات الحماية الشخصية. * لا توجد لوحات تحذيرية أو لوحات ارشادية خاصة بلبس سدادات الاذن وغيرها. * تخزين أسطوانات الغاز بطريقة غير امنة بجانب المبنى الاداري. * انبعاثات متوسطة من الاحزمة الناقلة…...

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