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					ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (E.M.S.)

TOPICS
MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS  ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS  BENEFITS / PITFALLS  CORE BUSINESS PROCESSES  CONTROL MECHANISMS
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TOPICS
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT STANDARDS  DEVELOPING AN EMS  AUDITING AN EMS
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MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
A MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CONSTITUTES

MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES  ACTIVITIES  PHYSICAL PROCESSES  CONTROL MECHANISMS  RESOURCES  INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITIES
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MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

All coming together to ensure that the company objectives and targets are met

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
SATISFACTION OF ISO 14001 REQUIREMENT  ACHIEVEMENTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY  ESTABLISH, MONITOR AND IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE
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CORE BUSINESS PROCESS
SET STR ATAGY D E S IG N G E N E R A TE EN Q U IR IES

C O NV E R T TO O RD E RS PROCURE

P LAN W OR K

PRODUCE

STO R E

D E L IV E R

IN V O IC E

S h a re h o ld e r

C U STOM ER

C O M M U N ITY

E M P LO YE ES

CONTROL MECHANISMS
IMPACT
FORMAL PYHSICAL AVOIDANCE

TRAINING

FORMAL

PYHSICAL

INFORMAL

TRAINING

FORMAL

LIKELIHOOD

LOW

MEDIUM

HIGH

ISO 14001 MODEL
CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT
MANAGEMENT REVIEW 4.6

ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY 4.2

VERIFICATION CORRECTIVE ACTION 4.5

PLANNING 4.3

IMPLEMENTATION OPERATION 4.4

ISO 14001 MODEL
CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT
MANAGEMENT REVIEW 4.6

ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY 4.2

VERIFICATION CORRECTIVE ACTION 4.5

PLANNING 4.3

IMPLEMENTATION OPERATION 4.4

REQUIREMENTS OF ISO 14001
4.2 ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
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Policy from senior management

4.3 PLANNING
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Know how the business effects the environment Operations / activities Products / services

REQUIREMENTS OF ISO 14001
4.3 PLANNING
4.3.2 Legal and other requirements  Know what requirements must be met 4.3.3 Objectives and targets  Aimed at improving performance based on policy and knowledge of aspects 4.3.4 Programme  Responsibilities, actions, resources, and timescales for reaching objectives and targets

REQUIREMENTS OF ISO 14001
4.4 IMPLEMENTATION AND OPERATION
4.4.1 Structure and responsibility  Management representative  Who does what for ‘key activities’  Specialist skills / technology / resources as required 4.4.2 Training awareness and competence  ‘Key activities’ undertaken by competent personnel; necessary education, training and experience 4.3.4 Communication  Internal and external

REQUIREMENTS OF ISO 14001
4.4 IMPLEMENTATION AND OPERATION
4.4.4 & 5 System documentation and control  EMS description in writing  Documents controlled 4.4.6 Operational control  For ‘key activities’ : written instructions, operating criteria, characteristics and limits  Performance of suppliers and subcontractors 4.4.7 Emergency preparedness and response  Plans - established, maintained, reviewed and tested

REQUIREMENTS OF ISO 14001
4.5 CHECKING / CORRECTIVE ACTION
4.5.1 Monitoring and measuring  ‘Key activities’, objectives, targets, legislation and regulations  Calibration and maintenance Non-conformance / corrective and preventive action  Problems and near misses

REQUIREMENTS OF ISO 14001
4.5 CHECKING / CORRECTIVE ACTION
4.5.3 Records
4.5.4 EMS audits  Undertake activities as planned  Meet requirements of ISO 14001  Systematic, planned

REQUIREMENTS OF ISO 14001
4.6 MANAGEMENT REVIEW
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Is the EMS suitable, adequate and effective Change and improvement

DEVELOPING AN EMS
S ITE IS S U E S PROCESSES PERFORM AN CE

A N A L YS IS

ID E N TIFY H A ZA R D S

P O L IC Y

E V A L U A TE

C O N TR O L S

COMMUNICATE AND INVOLVE

O B JE C TIV E S

TA R G E TS

DEVELOP PROGRAMME

DEVELOP PR OC ED UR ES

IM P L E M E N T

A U D IT R E V IE W

IMPROVE

IDENTIFY SITE ISSUES
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SENSITIVITY GEOLOGY TOPOGRAPHY HYDROLOGY CLIMATE VISIBILITY INFRASTRUCTURE PAST USE

COLLECT PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
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LEGISLATION REGULATIONS CODES OF PRACTICE CONSENTS, LICENCES, PERMITS ISO 14001, EMAS POLICY, OBJECTIVES AND TARGETS

HAZARD DEFINITIONS  The potential to cause harm (direct or indirect) LIKELIHOOD  The probability that a particular hazard will be released IMPACT  The effect on the environment should a hazard be realised RISK INDEX  Combination of impact and likelihood

EVALUATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS
IMPACT SCORE LIKELIHOOD HIGH MEDIUM LOW 3 2 1 HIGH MEDIUM LOW

RISK INDEX = IMPACT x LIKELIHOOD SIGNIFICANCE OF HAZARD 1 9 LOWEST GREATEST

IDENTIFY CCPs AND APPROPRIATE CONTROLS
FOR EACH HAZARD
Identify critical control points  Decide the appropriate control mechanism
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CONTROL MECHANISMS
IMPACT
FORMAL FORMAL TRAINING PYHSICAL PHYSICAL FORMAL FORMAL AVOIDANCE AVOIDANCE PYHSICAL PHYSICAL

INFORMAL

TRAINING

FORMAL FORMAL

LIKELIHOOD

LOW

MEDIUM

HIGH

OBJECTIVES AND TARGETS
CLEAR WRITTEN STATEMENT CONCISE BUT COMPLETE RELATED TO IMPACTS NOT SOLUTIONS QUANTIFIABLE S SPECIFIC M MEASURABLE A ACHIEVABLE R REALISTIC T TIME BOUND

ISO 14001 REGISTRATION
PROPOSAL PRE-ASSESSMENT INITIAL ASSESSMENT

PROPOSAL
COMPLETE MOODY INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE  MOODY INTERNATIONAL SUBMIT DETAILED COSTINGS  COMPLETE APPLICATION FORM AND SEND TO MOODY INTERNATIONAL
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PRE-ASSESSMENT
MOODY INTERNATIONAL VISIT SITE TO ESTABLISH IMPACT OF COMPANY OPERATIONS.  COMPANY ADVISED OF ISSUES THAT REQUIRE FURTHER REVIEW PRIOR TO ACTUAL ASSESSMENT
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INITIAL ASSESSMENT
MOODY INTERNATIONAL VISIT SITE TO UNDERTAKE INITIAL ASSESSMENT.  REGISTRATION RECOMMENDED: CERTIFICATES ISSUED.  REGISTRATION DECLINED: RE-ASSESSMENT ARRANGED
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