RC 14001 Environmental Stewardship, Health and Safety Learn the requirements of ISO 14001 and how to relate the requirements to your business management system. Understand how process-based management systems are responsible for ensuring customer requirements are determined and consistently fulfilled over time. Learn the difference between (1) non-value adding “ISO” systems based on the standard AND (2) value adding business management systems conforming to ISO 14001. They are Married – RC14001 incorporates environmental, product stewardship as well as the health, safety, security and process safety management system elements of OSHAS 18001 – RC 14001 is a Technical Specification of the American Chemistry Council (ACC). The ACC has adapted their long standing Responsible Care Program to incorporate all ISO 14001 Standard requirements. Responsible Care®-14001 (RC®-14001) gives chemical companies a powerful new tool to improve their environmental performance. This environmental management system (EMS) helps chemical and allied industries continually improve their environmental performance, standardize and certify environmental improvement practices, and expand their EMSs to include health and safety, product stewardship, and communications programs Lines of Business Major (standards) • ISO 9001 • ISO 14001 • Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) • OHSMS (ANSI/AIHA Z-10) • Recycling Industry Operating Standard (RIOS) • ISO/TS 22003 • ISO 17799 and ISO/IEC 27001 Lines of Business Subordinate (based on major standards) • AS 9100, AS 9003, AS 9110, AS 9120 • TL 9000 • QS 9000 • ISO 13485 • RC 14000 • RCMS WHAT IS RC 14001? Internationally recognized model for Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series (OHSAS) for management systems Enable organizations to control their OH&S risks and improve their performance Specification is intended to address occupational health and safety rather than product and services safety • Attention is increasingly being given to controlling the environmental impact of companies. • ISO 14001 is increasingly becoming an important qualification for organizations wanting to remain competitive in the global marketplace. 5 WHY WAS OHSAS DEVELOPED? • In response to urgent customer demand for a recognizable occupational health and safety management system standard • Need for health and safety management system that could be audited and certified 6 OHSAS ELEMENTS OH&S management system elements: 4.1 General requirements 4.2 OH&S policy & commitment 4.3 Planning 4.3.1 Hazard identification, risk assessment/control 4.3.2 Legal and other requirements 4.3.3 Objectives 4.3.4 OH&S management program(s) 7 OHSAS ELEMENTS 4.4 Implementation and operation 4.4.1 Structure and responsibility 4.4.2 Training, awareness and competence 4.4.3 Consultation and communication 4.4.4 Documentation 4.4.5 Document and data control 4.4.6 Operational control 4.4.7 Emergency preparedness and response 8 OHSAS ELEMENTS 4.5 Checking and corrective action 4.5.1 Performance measurement and monitoring 4.5.2 Accidents, incidents, non-conformances and corrective and preventive action 4.5.3 Records and records management 4.5.4 Audit 4.6 Management review 9 WHAT DOES RC REQUIRE? • A Health and Safety Management System must be established and maintained • Instructions and procedures to ensure the health and safety of all personnel in compliance with relevant national and international regulations 10 ANSI Z-10 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems • Establish a policy • Assign Responsibility • Employee Involvement • Planning Assessment Process • Establish Objectives and Action Plans • Implement Processes • Monitoring and Measurement • Management Review 11 Sustainability and Responsible Care® • Sustainability is embodied in ISP’s commitment to EHS&S Responsible Care® Performance • Responsible Care® forms Process Environmental the link to Optimization Footprint – Operating discipline – Raw material selection – Supply chain optimization Sustainability – Sustainable product Energy Efficiency Product Stewardship development – Social responsibility commitments Process R&D Safety Sustainability Presentation Health & Safety ISP believes all occupational injuries and illnesses are preventable. • Established comprehensive safety training, medical surveillance and industrial hygiene monitoring programs • Established EHS compliance assurance process through internal compliance auditing and management reporting • Implemented stringent process safety management Total Recordable Injury Rate* program to reduce risk of 4 uncontrolled events 3 2 • Invested in state-of-the-art 1 process safety testing lab 0 • Established emergency and 2005 2006 2007 2008 incident management ISP Chemical Industry programs at all locations * Number of recordable injuries per 200,000 people hours Sustainability Presentation Waste Minimization ISP has implemented effective programs Hazardous Waste to reduce waste generation – both at the process and Non-Hazardous overall plant level Finished Goods • Converted hazardous wastes (alcohols 80% 11% 91% and ketones) into Clean Fuels for 4% energy recovery 9% 5 • Optimized processes to reduce % MM Pounds of Waste Disposed raw material consumption, reduce by-product generation 1998 2008 MM Pounds of Product and improve product recovery • Modified boilers to combust 30 400 by-product hydrogen for fuel which decreases 300 20 CO2 emissions 200 Hazardous Waste • Recycled waste streams 10 Non- Hazardous into beneficial products 100 Waste 0 0 1998 2006 2007 2008 Over the last 10 years, ISP has reduced its hazardous and non-hazardous waste per pound of production by 57%. Sustainability Presentation Recycling Numerous recycling projects implemented • Ethanol, acetone, benzene, sulfuric acid, IPA, NMP, MVE and other chemicals recovered and beneficially used • Traditional recyclable materials, such as paper, plastic, glass, cardboard, scrap metals and electronic wastes collected and recovered at every facility • Metal and plastic drums – Establishing container “take back programs” where feasible Sustainability Presentation Supply Chain • ISP utilizes Responsible Care raw material suppliers to produce its products • Top 80% of spend with suppliers are ACC members who have implemented Responsible Care® (RC 14001 management system) − ISP’s supplier selection & qualification program defines numerous requirements and expectations: − Suppliers are required to comply with all applicable legal requirements related to business conduct, labor and employment practices − Suppliers are required to comply with all applicable ISP environmental, health, safety & security regulatory requirements − ISP conducts rigorous EH&S audits of all toll and contract manufacturers the American Chemistry Council ; ACC 1988 (2531) เริ่มใช้ Responsible Care Code 1996 (2539) ISO 14001:1996 Environmental Management System ่ ระบบการจัดการสิงแวดล้ อม 1998 (2541) ประเทศไทยได้ รับการยอมรับเข้ าเป็ นสมาชิก Responsible Care ลาดับที่ 41 ของ ICCA the American Chemistry Council เริ่มใช้ 2002 (2545) RCMS/RC14001 เปาหมาย - สมาชิกทังหมด Responsible Care ของ ้ ้ 2007 (2550) ACC ได้ รับการรับรอง RCMS หรื อ RC14001 17 ประเด็นที่ผ่านมา ISO 14001 Responsible Care •เป็ นรูปแบบ มีการตรวจสอบ •เนื ้อหาครอบคลุมมากกว่า รับรองระบบชัดเจน ่ • ไม่มีคาใช้ จ่ายที่ปรึกษา •แพร่หลายมากกว่า /การรับรองระบบ •… •… 18 ISO Management System Policy = A & I EMP Operational Control CODES OF MANAGEMENT PRACTICE ั ิ ข้ อกำหนดของแนวปฏิบตด้ำนกำร จัดกำร 19 What Should I Know? • Safety and Environment are our #1 and #2 Company values • We must put SHE Policy into action. Examples: – Work safely in office and while traveling – Identify risky conditions and behaviors – Recycle glass, plastic bottles, aluminum cans, etc. – Follow security procedures (example: wear ID badge) – Notify security of any suspicious activities 20 Responsible Care® - Defined • A set of guiding principles and codes of management practice developed by the American Chemistry Council (“ACC”) that aim to improve safety, occupational health, environmental and security related performance in: – Emergency Preparedness & Response – Product Stewardship – Pollution Prevention – Process Safety Management – Product Transportation & Distribution – Employee Training & Competency – Cyber-Security – Communications with Stakeholders 21 What is RC-14001? Responsible Care® 14001 or RC-14001 is a technical specification that combines the elements of the American Chemistry Council’s (ACC) Responsible Care® initiative with ISO 14001, an international environmental management system standard. RC- 14001 accreditation is offered by ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANB) and must be certified by an approved, independent third-party registrar. ISO-14001 Responsible Care + = RC-14001 Codes of Practice • Mgt. System Structure • Environmental Requirements Guiding Principles 22 RC14001 Process Model Continual Improvement Environmental Policy Plan Management Review Act Do Check Planning Checking Implementation and Operation 23 The following side by side table compares the elements of the: · RC14001:2005 Management System · ISO 14001: 2004 Environmental Management System Standard · Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series 18001 Health and Safety Management System, OHSAS 18001:1999 · ISO 9001:2000 Quality Management System Standard · References: o RC14001 Technical Specifications, 2005, ver. 3 o ISO 14001 International Standard, App. B o OHSAS 18002: 2000; Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems – Guidelines for implementation of OHSAS 18001, Annex A ***Green shade in RC14001 column = differences from ISO14001*** Blue shade in OHSAS 18001 = differences from ISO14001 Orange shade in ISO14001 = difference from EMAS 24 RC14001:2004 ISO14001 requires: RC adds: • A structure for managing significant Health & Safety environmental aspects over which a Security company can be expected to have control Product Stewardship • A system that defines roles from “top Process Safety down” and Community Outreach “bottom up” Emergency Response • A system that requires appropriate Distribution/supply chain resources and support Ownership through reporting of metrics 25 Hazards and Risks Establish procedure describing process for: • Identifying hazards • Assessing risks Consequence Severity Likelihood Low Minor Moderate Major Critical Almost Certain High High Extreme Extreme Extreme Likely Moderate High High Extreme Extreme Possible Low Moderate High Extreme Extreme Unlikely Low Low Moderate High Extreme Rare Low Low Moderate High High 26 Cytec SHE Policy Key Commitments • Prevent accidents and injuries • Pollution prevention – minimize waste, reduce energy use, where possible implement recycle/reuse • Understand and comply with applicable laws and regulations • Continuous improvement 27 RC14001 activities will be performed Department RC14001 Related Work Business Units Contact w/ customers (SHE-22); Design of eco-friendly products Financial Remediation reserve; Job order approval process Services Human Training records; Training Materials; RC related tasks into Resources PPP Information Cyber-security; Security tests; Audits Technology Legal Regulatory interpretations; Contracts Logistics Carrier selection; Transportation risk assessments Product Product Testing; MSDSs Stewardship Purchasing Raw material supplier selection (SHE-23); Toller selection SHE Services Audits; Standards; Improvement tools; Metrics Engineering and Implement MI program and PSM program 28 Maintenance Goals & Objectives At previous safety meetings, we have discussed Cytec-wide safety and environmental improvement goals and tracking metrics as shown below. 2006 Target Long Term Goal Safety RIF* ≤ 1.0 Zero Injuries *RIF: Number of recordable injuries and illnesses (Medical treatment) per 100 workers in one year Environment Reduce 10% Zero Spills Emissions Site-Specific Goals Reduce Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions by 20% by 2007 Overall Goals: Improve safety performance; Improve management of change procedures; Reduce transportation incidents responsibilities are from “cradle to grave”: Product design; manufacture; distribution; customer use; disposal “We are Stewards of our products” 29 SHE Implementation RC 14001* Employee Process Emergency Pollution Product Health Distribution Security and Safety Safety response Prevention stewardship *RC 14001 - RC 14001 Certification Rayong: Implement 2 or 3 Q2008 and certified by 4Q2008. 30 RC 14001 เป็ นตำมกฎหมำย ติดตำมผลกำร Policy ดำเนินงำนได้ ชัดเจน เป็ นระบบ Act พัฒนำอย่ ำง Plan ต่ อเนื่อง แบ่ งปั นผลกำร Check Do พันธะสัญญำ ดำเนินงำน มำกกว่ ำกฎหมำย ห่ วงใยสังคม/ ครอบคลุมทุก ชุมชน เรื่ องที่เกี่ยวข้ อง 31 Sustainable Development •Economic Growth •Environmental Protection Responsible Care •Social Responsibility ISO Systems 32 Looking Forward As a Responsible Care® company, we accept the responsibility that we must continually improve our EH&S programs and practices. We also call upon our stakeholders in the company, the chemical industry and the community to share their insights on how we can stay on this challenging course. When it comes to ensuring the healthiest and safest environment, we are all in this together.
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