ISO 14001 EMS Awarness Training

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ISO 14001 EMS Awarness Training

  1. 1. ISO14001 TRAINING for Managers & Supervisor’s By Mahendra K Shukla Head : Human Resources STEELCO GUJARAT LTD. GIDC – Palej, District Bharuch
  2. 2. Why are we here? • Get ready for SGL’s ISO14001 Compliance • Provide managers/supervisors an overview of:  ISO14001 Standard  Environmental Management System (EMS) • Define the Manager/Supervisor’s responsibility for the EMS implementation and continuous improvement.
  3. 3. Why we need ISO14001? • Minimize SGL’s Impact on the Environment • Improve SGL’s Environmental Performance • Reduce Operational Costs • Reduce Risk of GPCB / MoEF enforcement • Customers Requirement
  4. 4. Why Do We Need EMS? For its activities, SGL has to comply with the following Environmental Regulations : •The Environmental Protection Act, 1986 •The Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 •The Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 •The Water (Cess)Act, 1977 •The Hazardous Waste (Management, Handling and Transboundary Movement) Rules2008 •The Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991 •The Chemical Accidents (Emergency Planning, Preparedness & Response) Rules, 1996 •The Noise Pollution (Regulation & Control) Rules, 2000
  5. 5. Manager/Supervisor’s Responsibility • Know your Environmental Management System including the following :  Environmental Policy  Significant Aspects  Procedures/Work Instructions • Communicate to Employees • Training • Keep Records • Encourage Employee Involvement
  6. 6. 6 Everyone Impacts the Environment • General Trash/ Garbage • Spent Oil / Grease/ Sludges • Welding Fumes • Waste Paint & Solvents • Fume / Smoke Exhaust • Paint Spray Emissions • Vehicle wash water • Compressed Air use • Electricity • Natural Gas / Fuels • Wastewater Discharge • Storm Water runoff • Storage Tanks • Contaminated land
  7. 7. What is EHS Performance? Metric Measurement Goal Injuries/Illness Injuries Decrease Near Miss Reports Report Increase Hazardous Waste Metric Tons Decrease Recycling Metric Tons Increase Solid Waste to LF Metric Tons Decrease Electrical Usage Kilowatts Decrease Effluent (Waste Water) Kilo Liters Decrease
  8. 8. Management Systems Magic • 1st – Write down everything you do • 2nd – Keep track of everything you do • 3rd – Spend time checking up on your self • Lastly – sit around and talk about what your doing Improved EHS Performance
  9. 9. Continuous Improvement Performance Time Continual Improvement Assurance (quality/environment/health and safety) plan do checkact
  10. 10. OVERVIEW OF ISO 14000 Overview of ISO 14000 Series Standards • ISO 14001 & 14004 - EMS • ISO 14010 to 14015 - Environmental Auditing • ISO 14031 - Environmental Performance Evaluation (EPE) • ISO 14021 - 25 - Environmental Labeling • ISO 14040 - 43 - Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) • ISO 14050 - Terms and Definitions • ISO 14060 - Environmental Aspects in Product Standards
  11. 11. Origin of ISO 14001 Origin of ISO 14001 Environmental Management System • ISO is a Geneva-based organization of over 120 countries • ISO International Organization of Standards • ISO 9000 (Quality Management Systems) was the first "Management Systems" standard and set the template for ISO 14000 • 1996 - Final International Standard - ISO 14001 and 14004 ( Original ISO 14001:1996 ) • Revision Finalized November 15, 2004 • No new requirements – just provides clarifications
  12. 12. Similarities between ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 ISO 9000 (TS 16949) ISO 14001 Quality Policy Environmental Policy Organization Structure and Responsibility Management Representative Management Representative Requirement under Structure and Responsibility Training Training, Awareness and Competence Document and Data Control Document Control Quality System Procedures, Contract Review, Design Control, Purchasing, Process Control, Handling, Storage, Packaging, Preservation and Delivery, Servicing Operational Control Inspection and Testing, Control of Inspection, Measuring and Test Equipment Monitoring and Measurement Corrective and Preventive Action Non-Conformance and Corrective and Preventive Action Control of Quality Records Records Internal Quality Audits Environmental Management System Audits Management Review Management Review
  13. 13. ISO 14001:2004 ELEMENTS 4.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 4.2 ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY 4.3 PLANNING 4.4 IMPLEMENTATION AND OPERATION 4.5 CHECKING AND CORRECTIVE ACTION 4.6 MANAGEMENT REVIEW
  14. 14. Environmental Management System Requirements 4.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 4.2 ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY 4.3 PLANNING 4.3.1Environmental Aspects 4.3.2 Legal and Other Requirements 4.3.3 Objectives, Targets, and Environmental Management Programs 4.4 IMPLEMENTATION AND OPERATION 4.4.1 Structure and Responsibility 4.4.2 Training, Awareness and Competence 4.4.3 Communications 4.4.4 EMS Documentation 4.4.5 Document Control 4.4.6 Operational Control 4.4.7 Emergency Preparedness 4.5 CHECKING AND CORRECTIVE ACTION 4.5.1 Monitoring and Measurement 4.5.2 Evaluation of Compliance 4.5.3 Nonconformance, Corrective and Preventive Action 4.5.3 Records 4.5.4 EMS Audit 4.6 MANAGEMENT REVIEW
  15. 15. a) Establish a Policy Appropriate to Activities / Products/Services b) Commit to Continual Improvement and Prevention of Pollution c) Commit to Legislative & Other Requirements d) Set Framework for Objectives and Targets e) Documented, Implemented, and Maintained f) Communicate to All Stakeholders g) Available to the Public 4.2 Environmental Policy
  16. 16. Environmental Policy Commitments • Prevention of Pollution • Improve Continuously • Comply with Legal Requirements Always Remember “PIC”
  17. 17. Prevention of Pollution Pollution Prevention = Controlling Significant Aspects Exterior Housekeeping Preventing Spills So yes, conserving electricity, fuel, steam and recycling wastewater and garbage is “Pollution Prevention”
  18. 18. 4.3.1 Environmental Aspects/Impacts 4.3.2 Legislated and Other Requirements. 4.3.3 Objectives, Targets, and Environmental Management Programs (combine 4.3.3 & 4.3.4) 4.3 Planning (“PLAN”)
  19. 19. Activity / Aspect / Impact An Environmental Aspect refers to an element of our activities, products or services which can have a beneficial or adverse impact on the environment (i.e., it is the cause of an impact such as an emission). A Significant Impact refers to the change which takes place in the environment as a result of the aspect (i.e., it is the effect of an emission such as the contamination of water).
  20. 20. Significant Environmental Aspect A significant environmental aspect is an environmental aspect that has or can have a significant environmental impact…….
  21. 21. Key Question: What would happen if you “lost control” of the aspect?  Under normal operating conditions?  Under start-up conditions?  Under emergency conditions? Aspects/ Impacts
  22. 22. Determining Significance Identify all Environmental Aspects & Impacts Evaluate for its Significance Significance Criteria Minor Aspects Keeping Records Significant Aspect Operational Control (Control All) Objectives & Target Setting (Improve Some)
  23. 23. SGL’s Significant Aspects • Electrical Usage • Natural Gas / Diesel Usage • Ground Water Usage • Oil / Lubricants Usage • Storm Water Run-off • Use of Metals, Chemicals & Acids Who determined these ? We did!!
  24. 24. 25 Legal & Other Requirements National (MoEF) Requirements State (GPCB) Requirements Local Requirements Industry Requirements SGL Requirements
  25. 25. Objectives & Targets (Improvement Goals) • Set Objectives and Targets to Prevent or Minimize the Impacts  Quantifiable, Time-bound, Accountable  Detailed Plan(s) to Accomplish Objectives & Targets must be Developed • Incorporate into Plant Business Plan  Gives Environmental the Same Level of Visibility and Attention as Other Issues  Establish Overall "Objectives” for the Reduction or Elimination of Environmental Impacts - Increases Accountability • Improve Business & Environmental Performance by Meeting Objectives.& Targets
  26. 26. Environmental Management Programs (Action Plans) • Program For Achieving Objectives & Targets • Every Objective & Target Must have a EMP • EMP Must Include:  Responsible Party  Means to Achieve Objectives & Targets  Time-frame • Update If There Are New or Modified Site Activities
  27. 27. SGLs Environmental Goals • Reduce Energy Consumption (Natural Gas / Electricity/ Fuel Oil) • Optimum Metal Consumption • Reduce Oil & Lubricants Usages • Reduce Acid / Alkali / Chemical Usages • Reduce Water & Steam Usages • Reduce Housekeeping (Garbage) Waste • Increase Wastewater Utilization
  28. 28. 4.4.1 Define Roles, Responsibilities and Authorities 4.4.2 Identify Training Needs, Ensure Awareness and Assess Competence 4.4.3 Establish Procedures for Communicating with All Stakeholders 4.4.4 Establish and Maintain Procedures for Document Control 4.4.5 Establish Procedures for Document Control 4.4.6 Establish Operational Control Procedures 4.4.7 Establish Procedures for Emergency Response 4.4 Implementation & Operation (“DO”)
  29. 29. Environmental Management Representative • Oversees the Day to Day Environmental Operations • Coordinates Environmental Matters as Appropriate • Champions EMS Implementation • Should Report Directly to Top Management • At present Jt. GM (QAD) is EMR
  30. 30. • General Environmental Awareness Training  Covers EMS Policy, System, Environmental Aspects & General Environmental Awareness  All Employees (Required by ISO 14001)  Integrate with Routine Meetings (Monthly Safety Talks, Department Meetings) and Other Awareness Techniques • Work Station / Operational Control Training  Required for All Significant Activities  Aware of the Significant Impacts of Their Work Activities and the Environmental Benefits of Improved Personal Performance  Key area for Managers/Supervisors Trainings
  31. 31. • Regulatory - Mandated Functional Environmental Training  Training You Should Already be Doing - Current Requirement  Training Required by Law  Specific Employees Required by Their Job Assignment to Have this Training • Emergency Plan Training  Training You Should Already by Doing - Current Requirement  Training Required by Corporate HR Plan  All Employees (Some Employees May Require More Detail Training) Trainings….
  32. 32. • Internal Auditor Training  Develops Skills Needed to Prepare For & Conduct an Effective EMS Assessment  One Time Training Requirement • Contractor / Supplier Orientation  EMS Fundamentals and Facility Environmental Policy  Selected Contractors Whose Work Could Affect the Facility’s Environmental Performance  Key area for Managers/Supervisors Trainings…
  33. 33. 34 System Documents SYSTEM PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES WORK PRACTICES POLICY ASPECTS OBJECTIVES. & TARGETS PROGRAMS ORGANIZATIONAL CHART ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES LEGAL REQUIREMENTS TRAINING MATRIX MASTER DOCUMENT LIST MASTER RECORDS LIST
  34. 34. 4.4.6 Operational Control • Required for all Significant Aspects (Activities) • Procedure/Work Instruction Designed to “Control” the Activity • All people involved in the activity need to be trained and this should be documented
  35. 35. SGL’s Operational Control Significant Aspect Control Energy Usage Procedure/EMP Material (Metal / Oil/ Lubricants / Chemicals) Usage Procedure/EMP Waste Oil / Sludge Disposal Procedure Effluent (Waste Water) Procedure (Treatment System) Recycling Waste Water Procedure
  36. 36. 4.4.7 Emergency Preparedness • All managers/supervisors need to know what to do in the event of an emergency  Oil or Chemical Spill, Fire , Flooding, etc. • Auditor will ask manager/supervisors and employees how they would respond to an emergency  Could be as simple as “I’d notify my manager and leave the area” • Standard requires that Emergency Preparedness Plans be review after any incident • Emergency Preparedness Plans need to be tested annually
  37. 37. 4.5.1 Measurement - Maintain and Calibrate Monitoring Equipment 4.5.2 Evaluation of Compliance 4.5.3 Nonconformity, Corrective (CARs) & Preventative Actions (PARs) 4.5.4 Control of Environmental Records 4.5.5 Establish and Maintain Internal EMS Audits 4.5 Checking an Corrective Action (“CHECK”)
  38. 38. 4.6 Management and Review (“ACT”) • Establish Procedures for Senior Management Review of EMS • Contemplate Changes to the System • Contemplate Actions to Effect Changes • Keep the System Relevant to Your Needs • Keep Minutes of Review Meetings
  39. 39. Implementation Process • Step 1 – Implementation Planning • Step 2 - COMMUNICATE • Step 3 – Aspects / Impacts Evaluation • Step 4 – Draft Objectives and Targets, and EMP’s • Step 5 – Write Environmental Policy • Step 6 – Identify Training Needs and Develop Training Plan • Step 7 – Write EMS Procedures and Operational Control • Step 8– Implement Document Control • Step 9 – Internal Audits • Step 10 - Management Review • Step 11– Registration / Surveillance Audit
  40. 40. Prior to the Audit • Review Policy/PIC • Know Significant Aspects (especially in your area) • Review Environmental Goals • Review Procedures/documentation • Let employees know about audit (Quiz Employees) • Review information with employees During the Audit • Greet Auditors has they pass through plant • Answer questions directly and completely • Do not hide information
  41. 41. Now what do I do? • Get to know your EMS  Policy – Remember PIC  Procedures  Significant Aspects  Improvement Goals (Environmental) • Communicate Policy/PIC to all employees • Conduct General Awareness Training • Give employees overview of what to expect for the Audit
  42. 42. Benefits of an EMS for SGL

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