October 5, 2020 @ 8:00 am – October 6, 2020 @ 5:30 pm




5-6 October 2020


ISP Headquarters
Suite 3A01, Level 3A, PJ Tower, Amcorp Trade Centre,
No. 18 Persiaran Barat, 46050 Petaling Jaya, Selangor


Oil palm-based activities, products, and services that interact with
the environment is referred to as “aspects”, which may have a negative or positive impact on the environment. Typically, aspects might include emissions to air, discharges to water, and waste arising, which in turn may generate environmental and health impacts such as global warming, water pollution, or contaminated land. Some activities, such as those of an office-based service, will have relatively minor environmental impacts, such as energy used and emissions linked to air conditioning. Whereas some heavy operational aspects such as processes that cause emissions to air and discharges to water may have significant environmental impacts. Managing environmental aspects and impacts is arguably the most important component of an environmental management system. This topic explains how to identify environmental aspects and related impacts and provides useful methods for determining relative significance in terms of risks to the environment. It also explains how to compile a register of significant aspects and impacts. Social impact assessment (SIA) is the process of identifying and managing the social impacts in oil palm plantation (estate and mill). It can also be applied to policies, plans, and programmes. SIA is used to predict and mitigate negative impacts and identify opportunities to enhance benefits for local communities and broader society

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BROCHURE – Environment Aspect