(Phase I & Phase II)
Soil Pacifica Inc. (SPI) personnel undertake a wide variety of field investigations to gather the data necessary for developing solutions to environmental contamination situations. These field projects range in complexity from “windshield” surveys to full remedial investigations involving multimedia environmental sampling. Thorough planning is essential to a successful field investigation, including preparation of the following documents:
Work Plan: This document should include task descriptions, the required level of effort, budget allocation, project schedule, and expected deliverables.
Field Sampling Plan: Here, you should outline the type of samples required, specify the number and precise locations for sampling, describe preservation methods, provide details on packaging and shipping procedures, address custody of samples, and outline the planned analyses.
Health and Safety Plan: This plan is crucial to ensure the well-being of personnel involved in the investigation. It should detail the safety measures in place, including any necessary personal protective equipment, emergency response procedures, and protocols for handling hazardous materials.
Subsurface Investigations: This section should cover the supervision of subsurface activities, borehole logging procedures, soil classification methods, the use of geophysical tools, groundwater modeling approaches, groundwater monitoring strategies, and soil gas surveys.
Risk Assessments: In this part, you should address various aspects, including evaluations of public health risks, hazard assessments, and compliance with applicable or relevant and appropriate requirements (ARARs).
By meticulously preparing these documents, SPI can enhance the effectiveness and safety of its field investigations, thereby contributing to the development of effective solutions for environmental contamination challenges.