The Environmental Management System (EMS) is part of TxDOT’s core business processes used to manage environmental considerations during all phases of road construction from concept though final construction. The EMS program is built on the continuous improvement model of Plan, Do, Check and Act.
The objective of the EMS is to develop and implement processes that focus on improving environmental compliance and performance so that TxDOT can be and remain fully compliant with the environmental legal requirements.
|EMS Policy Statement|
|Environmental Management System Policy Statement (English)|
|Environmental Management System Policy Statement (Español)|
|Construction State Gate Checklist|
|Construction Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Field Inspection and Maintenance Report|
|Environmental Management System Training Matrix||A matrix listing courses available for contractors and consults as referenced in TxDOT contracts.|
|TxDOT and Contractor Primary Operators as Co-Permittees SP 506-003 and SP 007-004||Overview of TxDOT and contractor responsibilities regarding SP 506-003 and SP007-004, small and large site notices, and NOI Application/Permit (5 acres or more soil disturbance)|
|TxDOT and Contractor Filing an NOI with TCEQ as Primary Operators on Project
||Provides instructions on how to complete the TCEQ NOI using the same regulated entity RN number.
|EMS e-Learning Courses||Runtime||Video|
|Environmental Management System: Awareness Training for the Contractor||(English) 19:24|
|Environmental Management System: Awareness Training for the Contractor||(Español) 22:19|
|Storm Water: Environmental Requirements During Construction||(English) 16:50|
|Storm Water: Environmental Requirements During Construction||(Español) 19:22|
|TxDOT Environmental Management System courses are available through the University of Texas-Arlington's Division for Enterprise Development and through AASHTO’s Training Store. Contractors should review their contract or contact the TxDOT district office for a list of specific required courses. Courses are generally one- hour in length.|