ISO 14001 / 2004

Environment Management System

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( ) ( ISO 14000 Model ) 14001 ISO 14001 : 2004

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(EMS) 14001
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14001
Legislation Cost Saving       Customer Requirements

14001 Legislation Investment and Insurance Market Opportunities   Corporate Image Corporate Image .

People Involvement.Legal Compliance Process approach to environmental performance Market . Business and Interested Parties Focus Environmental dimensions to policies & Systems Resources Conservation Management Information Technology Human Aspect. Team Work .

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INTERESTED PARTY : Individual or group concerned with or affected by the environmental performance of an organization Staff Local community Shareholders Insurers Regulators .

INTRODUCTION TO EMS .

.Organization :  .

EMS :   .

Environment . . : ³ ³ .

Aspects and Impacts: : ± ± ± ± - .

Environmental impact :   : .

Environmental Objectives :   Environmental target : : .

Prevention of Pollution :  :  .

waste : : ISO 14040  Environment Management System 17 .

.Environmental performance :  :  Environmental performance Evaluation:  .

systems and supporting techniques September 1996 ( ) ± .1400 ISO No.General guidelines on principles. Title of International Standard / Guideline / Technical Report : Publication Date September 1996 / ISO 14001 / Environmental management systems Specification with guidance for use ISO 14004 Environmental management systems .

October 1996 Qualification criteria for environmental auditors Corrected and reprinted October 1998 Environment Management System 20 .1400 : ISO No.Audit procedures .Auditing of environmental management systems - ISO 14011 ISO 14012 Guidelines for environmental auditing . Title of International Standard / Guideline / Technical Report Publication Date / ISO14010 / October 1996 October 1996 Guidelines for environmental auditing General principles Guidelines for environmental auditing .

1400 GROUP Environmental Management Systems Environmental Auditing : ISO 14000 Family of Standards STANDARDS ISO 14001 ISO 14004 ISO/TR 14061 ISO 14010 ISO 14011 ISO 14012 ISO 14015 ISO 19011 ISO 14020 ISO 14021 ISO 14024 ISO/TR 14025 ISO 14031 ISO/TR 14032 21 Environmental labelling Environmental Performance Evaluation Environment Management System .

1400 : ISO 14000 Family of Standards GROUP STANDARDS Life Cycle Assessment ISO 14040 ISO 14041 ISO 14042 ISO 14043 ISO/TR 14047 ISO/TR 14048 ISO/TR 14049 Environmental Management Vocabulary ISO 14050 Environmental Aspects in Product Standards Environment Management System ISO 14062 ISO Guide 64 22 .

PDCA .

ISO 14001 : 2004 .

4.3 Planning D.4.14001 Structure of ISO 14001 ISO 14001 is a classic PDCA cycle 4.4.4 Implementation & Operation C.2 Policy Act Plan Check Do P.6 Management review .4.5 Checking A.

policy Management review Planning Checking & corrective action Implementation & operation .Continual improvement Environ.

ISO 14001 REQUIREMENTS 5 MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2 PLANNING 1 3 4 ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY CHECKING AND CORRECTIVE ACTION IMPLEMENTATION AND OPERATION 27 Environment Management System .

4.2

ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY (ISO 14001 / 4.2)

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ISO 14001 : / . . . . . * . Environment Management System * / . General Requirements 4.2 . Environmental Policy 4.1

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4.2
Environmental Policy ISO 14001/ 4.2
: Should be: * Appropriate to the nature and scale of organization's activities products and services * Framework for setting and reviewing of objectives and targets

4.2
Environmental Policy ISO 14001/ 4.2
: Absolute Commitment to : * Compliance with legislation and other company requirements * Continual improvement * Prevention of pollution

EMS Cycle 4.2 .

2 4.Environmental Policy ISO 14001/ 4.2 ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ .

3) .4. 3 PLANNING (ISO 14001 / 4.

4.3.3.1. 4. Environmental management program.4.2. Environmental Aspects 4.4 Environment Management System 35 .4.3.3.2 4.3. 4.3. 4.3. Environmental Impact.1 .3.3.4. 4.4.5 4.3.3 .5.3. Objectives and Targets. Legal and other requirements.

1 4.3. .1 : ( ) - .Environmental Aspects ISO 14001/4.

1 4.3.Environmental Aspects ISO 14001/4.1 Environmental impact environmental aspects . .

Environmental Aspects ISO 14001/4.3. .1 : ‡ ) ( significant impact ‡ .1 4.

1 : ‡ ‡ significant env.3.1 4. . aspects .Environmental Aspects ISO 14001/4.

3.1 4.1 : ‡ significant impact ‡ . .Environmental Aspects ISO 14001/4.

4.3.1 Impact - Impact - Aspect - .1 ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS ISO 14001 / 4. .

energy) (Paper .1 / Noise Vibration Visual impact (stacks.1 + Air Emission (CO. wood) Solid Waste + Indirect or Ancillary Inputs PROCESS PRODUCT Hazardous waste ( such as some hazardous chemicals) Spillage / Land Contamination Discharge to Surface Water or Sewer . new buildings) + Direct Inputs (raw material.ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS ISO 14001 / 4.NO.3.SO) 4. .

4... ) . .1 Input Raw Material Process Process Output Liquid Wastes Air Emission Energy water Solid Wastes Products Others - (.

1 Environmental Aspects .. (HC) . (CO) . . .4. . .

. . ) .4. . . . Smog .1 Environmental Aspects . . Lead (Pb) .( . (NOx) .

. : . . .1 Environmental Aspects (PM) . 50 .4. (SO3) Environment Management System : . . 50 3 (SO2) 46 . . . .

LEGAL AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS ISO 14001 / 4.2 : ‡ ‡ .3.2 4. .

.4.2 1994 1982 4 48 ‡ ‡ ‡ 1962 93 ‡ ‡ ‡ Environment Management System 48 .

2 4. .2 / 87 40 4 1000 1994 .3.LEGAL AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS ISO 14001 / 4.

OBJECTIVE. Objectives ‡Site wide ‡ ‡Broad goals ‡ ‡Based on significant aspects and policy ( ) ‡Quantifiable where possible Targets ‡ ‡Derived from objectives ‡ ‡Based on significant aspects ‡ ‡Specific ‡ ‡ ‡Department or activity based ‡ ‡Measurable . .4.3 Objective.3. and Targets -ISO 14001 / 4. TARGETS AND PROGRAMME(S) ISO 14001 / 4. .

2 ‡ S .Achievable ‡ R .Responsibility defined ‡ T .3.based on Significant aspects ‡ M .Measurable ( A . ) ‡ .3 4.SMART TARGETS ISO 14001 / 4.Time . . .based 51 .

3 4. : ‡ ‡ ‡ -1 -2 :Objective : Targets 2006 2006 %20 % 45 ( ) ( ) :Action plan ( ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ± ± ) ( ) ( ) ( 2006 31 15 .3. .Environmental Management Program (EMP ) ISO 14001 / 4. ) ) : : : : : - ‡ ( ) .

3.Elaborate your action plan .Identify the ESAs -2 2.Establish objective and targets -6 6.Assess the Environmental impact -3 3.3.3 4.Establish your internal criteria -5 5.Identify the requirements to be followed -4 4.3 -1 1.HOW TO PREPARE THE ACTION PLAN ? ISO 14001 / 4.

4 1-4-4 4.4.Roles.4. responsibility and authority 2-4-4 4.4 EMS Documentation 5-4-4 4.Training and Awareness 3-4-4 4.2 Competence .4.4.4 4.4.7 Emergency Preparedness and Response System 54 .6 Operational Control 7-4-4 Environment Management 4.IMPLEMENTATION and OPERATION .1 Resources .5 Control of Documents 6-4-4 4.ISO 14001 / 4.4.3 Communication 4-4-4 4.4.

4. Ensure availability of resources -2 Define role.4.1 4. ±1 . responsibility and authorities Appoint a Management Representative to : 14002  -3 EMS  .1-4-4 STRUCTURE AND RESPONSIBILITY ISO 14001 / 4.

±1 ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ -2 ‡ ‡ ‡ .1-4-4 STRUCTURE AND RESPONSIBILITY ISO 14001 / 4.1 4.4.4.

TRAINING AND AWARENESS ISO 14001 / 4.4. ‡ impact .4.2 4.COMPETENCE. Identify training needs Awareness : ‡ impacts aspects - .

Internal Communication -1 ( ) -2 2.3 4.4.COMMUNICATION ISO 14001 / 4.4.3 : 1.External Communication with Interested Parties .

.3 ‡ ( ) ..4... ( ) ‡ . ‡ .....3 4.COMMUNICATION ISO 14001 / 4........4.

4.EMS DOCUMENTATION ISO 14001 / 4. ( ) ) ‡ ‡ .4.4 ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ( .4 4.

* ‡ ‡ : legible ‡ ‡ ‡ from all point The obsolete are removed .4.CONTROL OF DOCUMENT ISO 14001 / 4.5 4.4.

CONTROL OF DOCUMENT ISO 14001 / 4. : ± ± ± ± ± .5 4.4.4.

4. contractors Environment Management System 63 . : ‡ operating criteria & procedures ‡ ‡ including suppliers .OPERATIONAL CONTROL ISO 14001 / 4.4.6 4.

-‡ -‡ -‡ .4.4.6 4.OPERATIONAL CONTROL ISO 14001 / 4.

7 : 4.7 ‡ - ‡ ‡ ‡ .Emergency Preparedness and Response ISO 14001 / 4.4.4.

4. - .7 .Emergency Preparedness and Response ISO 14001 / 4.4.7 : 4. .

 . .4.7 : .   .Emergency Preparedness and Response ISO 14001 / 4.  .7 4.4.

. .Emergency Preparedness and Response ISO 14001 / 4.7 : . - . - . . .7 4.4. .4.

- .4. .Emergency Preparedness and Response ISO 14001 / 4.7 : 4.7 .4.

5) .4. CHECKING (ISO 14001 / 4.

4.5.3.Nonconformity.CHECKING ISO 14001 / 4.5.5 -1 4.5.5.Internal Audit 71 -5 .Control of Records -4 4.5.1.Monitoring and Measurement 4. Corrective and Preventive Actions 4.2 Evaluation of compliance -2 -3 4.5.

5. .Monitoring and Measurement ISO 14001 / 4. ‡ significant impact : - ‡ ‡ ‡ Environment Management System 72 .1 4.

. .Examples of elements of a monitoring and measurement Program 4.

Evaluation of compliance ISO 14001 / 4. 2 4. ‡ ( ) ‡ ( ) .5. .

5. .Non-conformance and Corrective and Preventive Action ISO 14001 / 4. ‡ Establish procedures for defining responsibility and authority for handling and investigating nonconformance ‡ Change your system documentation according to the procedures .3 4.

: Major Noncompliance Minor Noncompliance ± ± ‡ . .: Classification : Major Noncompliance Minor 4. ‡ ± ± Noncompliance .

. . . 3 Environment Management System ) -5 -6 ±7 77 . . ±4 . . ( .Major Nonconformance ( ) 4.1 ±2 -3 . . .

‡ : ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ .Minor Nonconformance 4. .

training . I / . .4. results of audits and reviews‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ . . Keep records include : Monitoring results.

Environmental Management System Audit ISO 14001 / 4.Provide information on the results to management .5.To determine whether or not the EMS 14001 * conforms to the requirements of ISO 14001 -1 * * * has been properly implemented and maintained -2 2.5 : 1.

6) .MANAGEMENT REVIEW (ISO 14001 / 4.

6 : -1 * * -2 * * * 1.Management Review ISO 14001 / 4.Management shall reviews the EMS to ensure its : adequacy effectiveness : 2.Shall address the possible need for changes to : Policy Objectives Other elements of the EMS .

6 : EMS audit results -3 ‡ ‡ ‡ Changing circumstances Commitment to continuous improvement .Management Review ISO 14001 / 4.

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