Use engagement plans to engage proactively: with ocean users and government agencies
during the permitting process, with landowners and residents who need to be contacted before construction begins, and with coastal, state, and local port authorities over the life of the project.
Thoroughly document commitments made to environmental groups and fishing communities to mitigate risks and ensure that non-compliance is never an issue.
Visualize fisheries and protected areas in relation to company assets with on a map and correlate it to your stakeholders.
Quickly create a distribution list from any activity (e.g., people who attended a public hearing, members of port authority, etc.) to target the right people with the right message at the right time.
Respond quickly and proactively, even when you’re on the road.
Quickly generate activity reports for BOEM (or other regulatory agencies) on demand.
Answer tough questions on the spot at public hearings or audits.
Never loose sight of communication, commitments, engagements, or promises made throughout all the steps of your project.