|Oslccf - Inelligible Activities|
We have entered into a $30 million revolving facility scheme with Shell and the International Finance Corporation (IFC), called the Oil Services Local Contractor Credit Facility Scheme (OSLCCF).
IFC Excluded Activities
IFC Category A Transactions
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These are transactions likely to have significant adverse environmental impacts that are sensitive, diverse or unprecedented. Certain transactions/projects in the following fields may fall into this category:
A. Large dams and reservoirs.
B. Forestry (large scale).
C. Agro-industries (large scale).
D. Industrial plants (large scale).
E. Major oil and gas developments, including major pipelines.
F. Large ferrous and non-ferrous metal operations.
G. Large port and harbor developments.
H. Projects with large resettlement components and all projects with potentially major impacts on human populations.
I. Projects affecting indigenous or tribal populations.
J. Large thermal and hydropower developments.
K. Projects that include the manufacture, use or disposal of
environmentally significant quantities of pest control products.
L. Manufacture, transportation, and use of hazardous and/or toxic materials.
M. Domestic and hazardous waste disposal operations.
N. Projects, which pose serious occupational or health risks.
O. Projects, which pose serious socio economic
2. Harmful child labor means the employment of children that is economically exploitative, or is likely to be hazardous to, or to interfere with, the child's education, or to be harmful to the child's health, or physical, mental, spiritual, moral, or social development.
3. This does not apply to project sponsors who are not substantially involved in these activities. "Not substantially involved" means that the activity concerned is ancillary to a project sponsor's primary operations.
5. This does not apply to the purchase of medical equipment, quality control (measurement) equipment and any equipment where IFC considers the radioactive source to be trivial and/or adequately shielded.
11. Ozone Depleting Substances (ODSs): Chemical compounds which react with and deplete stratospheric ozone, resulting in the widely publicised 'ozone holes'. The Montreal protocol lists ODSs and their target reduction and phase out dates. A list of the chemical compounds regulated by the Montreal Protocol, which includes aerosols, refrigerants, foam blowing agents, solvents, and fire protection agents, together with details of signatory countries and phase out target dates, is available from the Environment Division.