It will provide external and independent advice, information and recommendation to the District Chapters on issues related to accelerated cleanup and risk reduction. The board would work to identify applicable private and public sector best environment management practices and provides counsel on how to integrate them into the HEPF program. The board works with the private sector to identify barriers to the effective execution of the program objectives and facilitates discussions between the department, private industry and the public for knowledge sharing. Lastly, the board provides strategic management advice on where and how to focus the program’s resources to achieve maximum impact and greatest risk reduction. The State HEPF Programme as mentioned above will mentor the District Chapters to achieve its objectives in gradual and sustainable manner.