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How to Isolate a Work Site

The video provides a step by step process on how to isolate a work site, including the best management practices, equipment and labour required.

The steps to isolating a work site include: obtaining environmental permits, surveying the construction site, excavating the diversion, salvaging fish, diverting the channel, completing construction work, and moving the creek back into the original channel. Site isolation is used to divert creek flow around the site during construction to reduce the impacts on the environment.

Courtesy of Ministry of TranBC