Kansas City Plant Environmental Management System Implementation by k966Xd

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									                    KANSAS CITY PLANT

                      ENVIRONMENTAL
                   MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                 IMPLEMENTATION OVERVIEW


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                 GENERAL PLANT INFORMATION

            PLANT MISSION - MANUFACTURE NONNUCLEAR
              MECHANICAL, ELECTRONIC AND ENGINEERED
              MATERIAL COMPONENTS FOR U.S. NATIONAL
              DEFENSE SYSTEMS.

            • HONEYWELL AND PREDECESSORS HAVE
              OPERATED KCP FOR 55 YEARS
            • CURRENTLY EMPLOY OVER 2,700 IN KC AND
              OVER 300 IN NM

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                 OPERATIONS OVERVIEW

           • ELECTRONICS PRODUCTS
           • MECHANICAL PRODUCTS
           • ENGINEERED MATERIALS/PRODUCT TESTING
           •TECHNICAL SERVICES LABORATORIES




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                            STATUS
            • INTEGRATED SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
               – VOLUNTARY PROTECTION PROGRAM (VPP)
                 STAR STATUS SINCE 1996
               – INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR
                 STANDARDIZATION (ISO) 14001
                 CERTIFIED SINCE 1997
            • SCOPE OF ISO 14001 CERTIFICATION COVERS
              ALL FM&T/KC OPERATIONS




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                            WHY?
            • INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED STANDARD
            • THIRD PARTY CERTIFICATION
            • STRATEGIC GOAL
               – ACHIEVE BENCHMARK PERFORMANCE IN
                 ES&H MANAGEMENT
               – TRANSITION TO INDUSTRY STANDARDS
            • VIEWED AS VALUE ADDED BY DOE
            • COMPLEMENTED EXISTING INITIATIVES
            • CURRENT DOE/NNSA AND CORPORATE
              EXPECTATION

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                            WHO?

            • INVOLVE KEY PLAYERS UP-FRONT
               – SENIOR MANAGEMENT
               – ENVIRONMENTAL PROFESSIONALS
               – QUALITY SYSTEM REPRESENTATIVES
               – INTERNAL AUDITORS
               – COMMUNITY RELATIONS
               – LINE-OPERATIONS PERSONNEL
               – NNSA


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                                 HOW?

            •    TQ TEAM SELECTED STANDARD
            •    IMPLEMENTATION BEGAN 1/96
            •    PRE-ASSESSMENT 1/97
            •    INITIAL ASSESSMENT & CERTIFICATION 5/97
            •    PERIODICAL AUDIT - 6 MONTHS




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                 IMPLEMENTATION STEPS

            • DECISION AND COMPARISON OF MANAGEMENT
              SYSTEM STANDARDS 7/95
            • FORM/TRAIN STEERING COMMITTEE 1/96
            • ASSIGN ELEMENT LEADERS 3/96
               – COORDINATE GAP ANALYSIS
               – IMPLEMENT IMPROVEMENT ACTIONS
            • PERFORM INTERNAL AUDIT 10/96
            • SELECT REGISTRAR 12/96


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                          BENEFITS

            • REQUIRED FOR ISO 14001 CERTIFICATION
            • POLICY & ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS CARRY
              EQUAL WEIGHT WITH LEGAL REQUIREMENTS
            • ES&H ISSUES PRIORITIZED AS PART OF
              FACILITY’S OVERALL STRATEGY
            • RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACHIEVING OBJECTIVES
              ASSIGNED TO LINE MANAGEMENT




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                           BENEFITS

            • PROVIDES A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO
              ADDRESS ENVIRONMENTAL OPPORTUNITIES
            • INTEGRATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL
              MANAGEMENT INTO BUSINESS SYSTEMS
            • LOGICAL, MEANINGFUL & VISIBLE TIES AMONG
              THE COMPONENTS
            • USE OF INDUSTRY RECOGNIZED EMS TOOLS
              PROVIDES CREDIBILITY AND FOSTERS
              MANAGEMENT BUY-IN


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                 IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES

            • START EARLY
            • DON’T ASSUME YOU HAVE ALL THE
              PROCESSES IN PLACE
            • DEVELOP EMS DOCUMENTATION
            • GET REGISTRAR INVOLVED
            • WATCH PROCEDURES CAREFULLY




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                           Lessons Learned
          • SENIOR LEADERSHIP COMMITMENT
          • DON’T BE AFRAID TO START FROM SCRATCH
          • DEVELOP A BUSINESS MODEL THAT DEFINES
            ALL BUSINESS PROCESSES
          • TRUST YOURSELVES & THE AUDITORS!
            CONSULTANTS MAY NOT ADD VALUE
          • CREATE PROCESSES FOR ALL BUSINESS
            PROCESSES
          • TRAIN, TRAIN, TRAIN (AND RECORD)
          • VALIDATE, VALIDATE, VALIDATE
                 EXCELLENCE REQUIRES ISO AND MEASUREMENTS
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                       FM&T’S ISO 14001 SYSTEM
                 Core Elements                                 Pervasive/Supporting Elements
                                    Policy                         • Structure & Responsibility
                    Legal & Other            Environmental         • Training, Awareness &
                    Requirements                Aspects              Competence
                                                                   • Communication
                                 Objectives
                                 & Targets                         • EMS Documentation
                                                                   • Document Control
                                   Envr.                           • Nonconformance &
                                 Programs                            Corrective/Preventive Action
                                                                   • Records
                 Operational     Emergency      Monitoring &
                  Controls       Prep./Resp.    Measurement        • EMS Audit



                                               Management Review

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                        OPERATING POLICY

            WE WILL BE PREEMINENT IN:

                  PROVIDING PRODUCTS AND SERVICES VALUED BY
                   OUR CUSTOMERS;
                  COMPLYING WITH REGULATIONS AND
                   REQUIREMENTS;
                  RESPECTING INDIVIDUALS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
                   BY PREVENTING INJURY, ILLNESS AND POLLUTION;
                   AND
                  CONTINUOUSLY IMPROVING ALL PROCESSES.


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                                  ASPECTS ANALYSIS
                    Environmental      Emissions    . . . Process Inputs
                    Aspects . . .                   and Outputs.

                                             OUTPUTS
                                                          Waste
                 Energy                                OUTPUTS

                   INPUTS                              Wastewater

                 Contains 100%
                 Recycled Goods           OUTPUTS
           Resources
                                        Products

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                  IDENTIFYING ASPECTS

            • COMPREHENSIVE & SYSTEMATIC ANALYSIS
            • ALL ACTIVITIES, PRODUCTS & SERVICES THAT
              CAN BE CONTROLLED OR INFLUENCED
            • ACTUAL & POTENTIAL IMPACTS
            • LOCAL, REGIONAL & GLOBAL IMPACTS
            • NORMAL & ABNORMAL OPERATIONS




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                        EMS SUCCESS

            • FIRST DOE CONTRACTOR AND HONEYWELL
              FACILITY CERTIFIED
            • ONE OF THE FIRST U.S. COMPANIES CERTIFIED
            • PROVIDING EMS ASSISTANCE
            • LEADER IN INDUSTRY




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                           OUTREACH
            • TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE/GAP ANALYSES
               – PNNL
               – BNL
               – DYNMCDERMOTT STRATEGIC PETROLEUM RESERVES
               – UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI - ROLLA
            • PRESENTATIONS/INFORMATION SHARING
               – DOE P2 COORDINATORS
               – EPA REGION VII
               – CITY OF KCMO
               – BP RELIANCE REFINERY
               – AIR & WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
               – MULTIPLE HONEYWELL LOCATIONS
               – LAKE CITY ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT

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                         OUTREACH

            • TRAINING
               – DOE P2 CONFERENCE
               – LANL
               – CHICAGO AREA OFFICE/ARGONNE
               – WASTREN, GRAND JUNCTION
               – NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF
                 ENVIRONMENTAL PROFESSIONALS (NAEP)



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