Recently, the CCCC's ECRL project team invited the Selangor Wildlife and National Parks Corporation (Perhilitan) to conduct specialized training on wildlife conservation at the project site. More than 30 participants, including project owners, supervisors, and management staff, attended the training.
The training mainly covered the key conservation efforts conducted by the Department of Wildlife and National Parks related to the ECRL project. It included the implementation of the Wildlife Management Plan (WMP), measures to mitigate the project's impact on wildlife, relevant wildlife conservation laws and regulations, and guidelines for encountering wildlife in the construction area.
Project staff engaged in in-depth discussions with the trainers about potential wildlife conservation and emergency response issues that might arise during construction, and received many valuable suggestions.
This training significantly enhanced the project staff's awareness of wildlife conservation, reinforced cooperation between the project department and local government agencies, and fostered a conducive environment for wildlife conservation. It laid a solid foundation for the path to collaborative green development.