ISO 14001 Environment Management System

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ISO 14001 Environment Management System

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ISO 14000:

ISO 14000 Environmental Management System

Contents:

Contents Global environmental issues Benefits of ISO 14001 Aspects and Impacts ISO 14001 Structure and Content General Requirements Environmental Policy Planning Implementation and Operation Checking Management Review

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Acid water in Rio tinto , Spain Building dams degrade water quality and may lead to emission of GHG A storm sank at four ships and split open a small oil tanker in the Black Sea Depletion of ozone layer - Heat-trapping, thereby increase in temperature Global warming - GHG Air / Water pollution Depletion of natural resources Diseases - Due to SO 2 , NO 2 , CO 2 , radiations, oil spills, etc .

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World's top firms cause $2.2tn of environmental damage Black clouds over the central business district, Jakarta Gulf War The Waste River

WHY ISO 14000:

Benefits of EMS WHY ISO 14000

Benefits of EMS:

Benefits of EMS

Benefits of EMS:

Benefits of EMS

Benefits of EMS:

Benefits of EMS

ASPECTS & IMPACTS:

ASPECTS & IMPACTS

Definition:

Definition Element of organizations activities, products, or services which can interact with the environment. Any change to the environment whether adverse or beneficial, wholly or partially resulting from an organization’s activities, products, or services Environmental Aspect (cause or input ) Environmental Impact (effect or output )

Examples of Aspect-Impact:

Examples of Aspect-Impact ASPECT (Cause) IMPACT (Effect) Use of hazardous chemicals Waste generation Fish production Resource depletion Pesticide application Soil and water quality degradation

Aspect – Impact Analysis:

Aspect – Impact Analysis Select an activity, a product or service. Identify as many environmental aspects as possible associated with the selected activity. Identify as many actual and potential, positive and negative, environmental impacts associated with each identified aspect .

Which aspects to control:

Which aspects to control Identify those environmental aspects that you can control and influence Fiscal control – do you have the financial ability to affect the aspect Operational control – do you have the the decision making authority that can effect aspect

Is the Aspect significant?:

Is the Aspect significant? Is it regulated by permits, certificates or licenses? Does it have the potential to cause an accidental release? Are there high energy use and/or corporate initiatives associated? Can it create an environmental load (high volume & mass, high use of natural resources, high frequency & severity of impact) ?

Example for a rating scheme:

Example for a rating scheme CRITERIA RATING SCHEME Legal Liabilities: Is the aspect regulated Low (1): Issue not regulated Medium (2): Violation or possible fine High (3): Criminal Action Public Concern Low (1): Never Medium (2): Sometimes High (3): Often Frequency/ Probability Low (1): Less than once a year Medium (2): Between 1 month and 1 year High (3): Occurs monthly or more frequently Severity: What is the overall severity of the aspects impact Low (1): Impact, aesthetic, amenity Medium (2): Impact, air, soil, water quality High (3): Detrimental to human, flora & fauna

ISO 14001 EMS:

Structure and content ISO 14001 E MS

The ISO 14000 family:

The ISO 14000 family ISO 14001:2004 Environmental management systems -- Requirements with guidance for use ISO 14004:2004 Environmental management systems -- General guidelines on principles, systems and support techniques ISO 14006:2011 Environmental management systems -- Guidelines for incorporating ecodesign ISO 14064-1:2006 Greenhouse gases -- Part 1: Specification with guidance at the organization level for quantification and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions and removals

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Establish the objectives and processes necessary to deliver results Implement the processes Monitor and measure processes against objectives, targets Take actions to continually improve performance management system

Structure of ISO 14001:2004:

Structure of ISO 14001:2004 CLAUSE DESCRIPTION 1 SCOPE & APPLICATION 2 NORMATIVE REFERENCES 3 TERMS & DEFINITIONS 4.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 4.2 ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY 4.3 PLANNING 4.4 IMPLEMENTATION AND OPERATION 4.5 CHECKING 4.6 MANAGEMENT REVIEW

PDCA in EMS:

PDCA in EMS

Similarities with ISO 9001:

Similarities with ISO 9001

4.2 Environmental policy:

4.2 Environmental policy Appropriate to the organization Commitment for continual improvement Commitment to comply with relevant environmental legislations & regulations Framework for setting & reviewing objectives & targets

4.3 Planning:

4.3 Planning

4.4 Implementation and Operation:

4.4 Implementation and Operation

4.4.4 Documentation:

4.4.4 Documentation Environmental policy Environmental procedures EMS manuals Environmental plans and programs Records Diagrams and flowcharts Correspondence related to the EMS

4.4.5 Control of documents:

4.4.5 Control of documents Documents are approved prior to issue Changes & current revision status of documents are identified Relevant versions of documents are available at points of use Documents remain legible and readily identifiable If it is not documented, you are not doing it !

4.4 Implementation and Operation:

4.4 Implementation and Operation

4.5 Checking:

4.5 Checking

4.5.4 Control of Records:

4.5.4 Control of Records Records should be legible, readily identifiable and retrievable Procedure to define the controls needed for the identification, storage, protection, retrieval, retention time and disposition of records

4.5.5 Internal Audit:

4.5.5 Internal Audit Conduct internal audits at planned intervals Actions are taken without undue delay to eliminate detected non-conformities and their causes Audit criteria, scope, frequency and methods are determined Selection of auditors and conduct of audits shall ensure objectivity and the impartiality of the audit

4.6 Management Review:

4.6 Management Review Results of internal audits Communication from external interested parties Environmental performance Achievements related to objectives and targets Status of corrective and preventive actions Follow-up from previous management reviews Changing circumstances Recommendations for improvement Decisions and actions related to possible changes to: Environmental policy Objectives , targets and other elements of the environmental management system INPUT OUTPUT

Implementing EMS:

Implementing EMS

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