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This section provides a summary of the principle ndings, recommendations, and observations. This section discusses the data collected during the assessment in terms of waste stream composition, volumes, and disposal costs. It also provides a listing of the approved alternatives for implementation.
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This section describes the assumptions about the current organizational capabilities and the day to day operations of the program. In addition it describes the dependencies that can affect the deployment of the program, such as working within the constraints of housekeeping or waste-removal contracts and the factors that limit the ability to deploy the program.
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This section describes the preparation required for the site on which the program and alternatives will operate. It de nes any changes that must occur to the operational site and speci es features and items that should be modi ed to adapt to the program alternatives. It also describes the method for use in assessing deployment readiness and identi es the con guration audits and reviews to be held after the program is tested and accepted and before the program or equipment is installed in the production environment.
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This section describes the timetable for the implementation of each waste minimization project or program. It serves as the control document to facilitate communication within (departments) and outside the organization (suppliers and contractors). A Gantt chart is an excellent diagram to include in this section as it displays the order or precedence of events and the percent completion to the established timeline. Figure 8.35 shows an example.
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This section describes the plans for preparing and conducting training for the purpose of training all stakeholders regarding program or process changes. It also identifies and describes each document that will be produced for the purpose of aiding in implementation, support, or use of the new programs. The section should include the activities needed to create each document.
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STEP 8: DOCUMENTATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE DEPLOYMENT PLAN
WEEKS: WBS 1 Summary Element 1
10 11 12 13 57% complete
WBS 1.1 Activity A START-TO-START WBS 1.2 Activity B FINISH-TO-START WBS 1.3 Activity C 67% complete
75% complete
50% complete FINISH-TO-FINISH
WBS 1.4 Activity D
0% complete
WBS 2 Summary Element 2 WBS 2.1 Activity E WBS 2.2 Activity F WBS 2.3 Activity G Today
0% complete
0% complete 0% complete 0% complete
Sample implementation timeline.
This section describes the method of notifying all stakeholders of the successful release of all waste minimization programs and identi es stakeholders and groups requiring noti cation.
Noti cation of deployment Operations and maintenance plans
This section describes the maintenance and operations activities for each program or piece of equipment. For example, preventative maintenance schedules should be included for each new piece of equipment. This section describes the contingency plan to be executed if problems occur during deployment activities. A contingency plan is devised for speci c situations if or when things do not occur as expected or circumstances change. Contingency plans include speci c strategies and actions to deal with speci c variances to assumptions resulting in a particular problem, emergency, or state of affairs. They also include a monitoring process and triggers for initiating planned actions. They are very useful to help governments, businesses, or individuals to recover from serious incidents in the minimum time with minimum cost and disruption.
Contingency plan
This section contains all relevant appendices related to the project. The alternative evaluation sheets should be included in this section.
Appendices
THE GENERAL APPROACH FOR A SOLID WASTE ASSESSMENT
8.11.4 DEPLOYMENT PLAN TEMPLATE
Following is a template that may be used to create the deployment plan:
DEPLOYMENT PLAN
[Agency/Organization Name]
[PROJECT NAME]
VERSION: [VERSION NUMBER] REVISION DATE: [DATE]
Approver Name
Title
Signature
Date
Section 1. Overview 1.1 Purpose Identify the purpose of the deployment plan and its intended audience. 1.2 Business Context Describe the business processes that will be modi ed as a result of the deployment speci ed in the deployment plan. 1.3 Summary Provide a summary of the deployment plan. Include an overview of activities necessary to get the product into a production environment such as installation, con guration, and initial operational activities. Section 2. Assessment Findings and Recommendations 2.1 Overview of Major Waste Streams Describe the major waste streams in terms of annual generation and disposal costs including charts and graphs.
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