Environmental
Management
Systems
ISO 14000 Family of Standards
 ISO 14000 is a series of standards developed by ISO to
 provide businesses with a structure...
ISO 14000 Family of Standards
   There were twenty four (24) ISO 14000 standards in
   existence but these standards fall ...
Note:
  Organizations do not register to ISO
  14000 as a series, but they will help an
  organization implement an EMS, a...
ISO 14001:2004
  A generic model for an environmental
  management system for an organization.
  Tool that will provide co...
How to prepare for ISO 14001
  Training   requirements    (Foundation
  Course,    Internal   Quality   Audit,
  Documenta...
EMS Model
                      Policy

                                      Planning
       Management
       Review



...
EMS – ISO 14001 Basic Requirements
  A policy statement (including commitment to
  compliance, prevention of pollution and...
EMS – ISO 14001
  The EMS does not establish additional
  environmental compliance requirements or any
  performance level...
To comply with ISO 14001
   Company need to observe the requirements
   stipulated in Philippine Environmental Laws

1. Ex...
No projects shall be implemented   Provides permitting requirements
without an Environmental           Provides penalty pr...
Pollution Control Law
                           P.D. 984

Clean Air Act of 1999       Clean Water Act of 2004
     R.A. 8...
Things to consider when implementing an
  EMS
An organization may be
   Self-certified
   Third-party certified
Potential Benefits and Implications
  Company with an ISO 14001 certification will
  have a strong competitive advantage i...
Potential Benefits and Implications
  The EMS will undoubtedly lead to the
  implementation of more efficient and cost sav...
Potential Benefits and Implications
  Regulatory flexibility for companies that are third
  party certified is being consi...
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  1. 1. Environmental Management Systems
  2. 2. ISO 14000 Family of Standards ISO 14000 is a series of standards developed by ISO to provide businesses with a structure for managing environmental impacts ISO 14000 environmental standards help organizations manage their environmental requirements and tie them into their overall business objectives
  3. 3. ISO 14000 Family of Standards There were twenty four (24) ISO 14000 standards in existence but these standards fall into six categories; 1. Environmental management systems 2. Environmental auditing 3. Environmental performance evaluation 4. Environmental labeling 5. Life cycle assessment 6. Environmental aspects in product standards
  4. 4. Note: Organizations do not register to ISO 14000 as a series, but they will help an organization implement an EMS, audit properly, but ONLY register to ISO 14001:2004.
  5. 5. ISO 14001:2004 A generic model for an environmental management system for an organization. Tool that will provide companies with a method to systematically manage their environmental activities, products and services that eventually affect the conditions and quality of Flora, Fauna, Water and Air
  6. 6. How to prepare for ISO 14001 Training requirements (Foundation Course, Internal Quality Audit, Documentation Course) Implement a systems approach to environmental aspects into all levels of operations (See EMS Model)
  7. 7. EMS Model Policy Planning Management Review Checking Implementation Corrective Action
  8. 8. EMS – ISO 14001 Basic Requirements A policy statement (including commitment to compliance, prevention of pollution and continuous improvement) An analysis of environmental impacts and legal requirements A statement of goals/objectives/targets and initiatives A corrective action plan A management review system
  9. 9. EMS – ISO 14001 The EMS does not establish additional environmental compliance requirements or any performance levels but provides instead the framework for a company to meet the environmental goals and objectives that it sets for itself The EMS does not prescribes additional environmental protection but does provide a structure to protect the environment in a reliable and consistent manner and offers a tool for an organization to go beyond compliance.
  10. 10. To comply with ISO 14001 Company need to observe the requirements stipulated in Philippine Environmental Laws 1. Executive Order No. 192 designated the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) 2. Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) is specifically tasked to implement, recommend, and provide technical assistance for their implementation and monitoring
  11. 11. No projects shall be implemented Provides permitting requirements without an Environmental Provides penalty provisions Compliance Certificate (ECC) Provides Air and Water Standard
  12. 12. Pollution Control Law P.D. 984 Clean Air Act of 1999 Clean Water Act of 2004 R.A. 8749 R.A. 9275 DAO 2000-81 DAO 2005-10 Toxic Substances & Ecological Waste Hazardous and Nuclear Management Act of 2000 Waste Act of 1990 R.A. 9003 R.A. 6969 DAO 2001-34
  13. 13. Things to consider when implementing an EMS An organization may be Self-certified Third-party certified
  14. 14. Potential Benefits and Implications Company with an ISO 14001 certification will have a strong competitive advantage in the international and national marketplace Environmental trade barriers will be reduced to facilitate trade An enhance public image, demonstration of environmental commitment, and improved environment recognitions of products will accompany ISO 14001 certification.
  15. 15. Potential Benefits and Implications The EMS will undoubtedly lead to the implementation of more efficient and cost saving pollution prevention projects, reduction in potential liabilities, potentially lower insurance premiums, more favorable lending status, a shift toward more pro active and international strategies and greater personnel awareness and involvement in multimedia environment-related issues
  16. 16. Potential Benefits and Implications Regulatory flexibility for companies that are third party certified is being considered by federal and state regulatory programs. The ISO 14001 standard is consistent with governmental policies on compliance assurance systems. US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and some states have also included EMS requirements in some settlement and consent orders.

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