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  1. 1. By……. Moula Hussain K
  2. 2. What is an environmental management system (EMS)? It refers to system for managing an organisations environmental programme’s in a formal comprehensive, systematic, planned & documented manner. It embraces organisational structure, planning & resources for developing, implementing & maintaining the policy for protection of environment. Thus it has to have, •Commitment of top management •Written objectives for EMS •Benefits of EMS •Relevant legal requirements •Documents or written procedures
  3. 3. Part of an organisation’s management system used to develop and implement its environmental policy and manage its environmental aspects. What Is an Environmental Management System (EMS)? An EMS is simply a set of procedures to reduce our environmental footprint in our day-to-day activities. An EMS is the combination of people, policies, procedures, review, and plans to help address environmental issues. An EMS is that part of an overall management system which includes organizational structure, planning activities, responsibilities, practices, procedures, processes, and resources for...achieving environmental policy. Important EMS elements include continual improvement, management commitment, formalization, and awareness of a systems based approach.
  4. 4. Why have an EMS? •Improve management of environmental impacts •Set targets to reduce energy use, water use & waste to landfill •Initiate and maintain procedures to improve efficiencies including: Environmentally friendly purchasing procedures Preferred business travel option •Define key responsibilities for achieving targets •Monitor and measure environmental performance against key indicators •Regularly assess progress towards achieving set objectives •Ensure due diligence and ongoing consideration of legal and other environmental requirements
  5. 5. Some important EMS definitions Environment Environmental Aspect (Cause) – The elements of an organization’s activities, products, or services which can interact with the environment. Examples include: air emissions, water discharges, , use of raw materials, energy use, use of natural resources, use of volatile organic compounds. Environmental Impact (Effect) – Any change to the environment whether adverse or beneficial, wholly or partially resulting from an organizations activities, products, or services. Examples include: depletion of natural resources, air pollution, hazardous waste generation, soil and water contamination. i
  6. 6. What is ISO all about? ISO 9000 Quality Management system ISO 14000 Environmental Management Systems ISO 18000 (OHSMS) Safety Management System ISO 28000 Security Management Systems International Organization for Standardization – creates programs ISO “program numbers and names”
  7. 7. Purpose of an EMS An EMS brings together the people, policies, plans, review mechanisms, and procedures used to manage environmental issues at a facility or in an organization. Benefits of an EMS •Helps maintain compliance •Reduce operating costs •Integrate environmental programs into mission •Increase employee involvement •Reduce environmental impacts
  8. 8. A Basic EMS Framework Plan, Do, Check, Act ACT CHECK DOPLAN
  9. 9. EMS Components (e.g., ISO 14001) •Environmental Policy •Planning •Implementation and •Operation •Checking and Corrective Action •Management Review
  10. 10. The Continuous Cycle Plan Planning, identifying environmental aspects and establishing goals Do Implementing, includes training and operational controls Check Checking, includes monitoring and corrective action Act Reviewing, includes progress reviews and acting to make needed changes
  11. 11. The EMS Plan, Do, Check, Act Cycle (e.g., ISO 14001) Checking/ Corrective Actions • Measurement and Monitoring • EMS Nonconformance and Corrective Actions • Records • EMS Audits Continuous Improvement Planning • Environmental Aspects • Compliance • Objectives and Targets • Environmental Mgmt. Programs Environmental Policy Management Review Implementation • Roles and Responsibilities • Training and Communication • EMS Document Control • Emergency Preparedness and Response
  12. 12. Objectives and Targets •Compliance with Regulations •Reduce Waste Streams Hazardous, Solid, and Universal •Reduce Energy Consumption •Recycle •Green Purchasing •Pollution Prevention
  13. 13. Environmental impact assessment (EIA) It refers to review of potential impact of a project to be launched by an organisation. It includes, •Assessment of existing environmental status •Analysis of various factors of ecosystems like, trees, ponds,wildlife. •Analysis of adverse impacts of the project that is to be started •Impact on people in the neighborhood Certification body ISO 14001 Such a body is called as certifier
  14. 14. Why EMS? oIt is the statutory requirement & the firms want to avoid prosecution. oIn developed countries, imroved environmental is becoming an popular theme for enhancing the image of the . oThe demand of various stake holders especially the key clients puts pressure for installing a formal EMS.