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  • 1. ISO 14001:2009 Awareness TrainingISO 14001:2009 Awareness Training Welcome to ISO 14001:2009 EMS Awareness Training Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 1
  • 2. Course Objectives Delegates will be: Course Objectives • Able to understand concepts & historic evolution of environmental management system; • Able to understand the fundamental principles of• Able to understand the fundamental principles of environmental management systems; • Able to understand requirements of ISO 14001:2009 EMS d d i d ilstandard in detail; Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 2
  • 3. Introduction • New regulations that require environmental management are implemented almost daily in our Introduction management are implemented almost daily in our country. • All organizations must investigate theirAll organizations must investigate their environmental performance and demonstrate improvement. • It is now a challenge for all organizations to develop and implement systems to manage quality environment health & safety etc and toquality, environment, health & safety, etc. and to ensure that these systems are maintained and demonstrating improvement. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 3
  • 4. Introduction • ISO 14001 is simply a tool to help organizations Introduction ISO 14001 is simply a tool to help organizations to develop SENSIBLE systems to ensure proper control and management of environmental issuesissues. • We shall investigate the elements of standard and ensure that we can audit both to best of ourensure that we can audit both to best of our ability. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 4
  • 5. History of Environmental Management • Started for earnest in the 1960’s; History of Environmental Management • Significant contamination of land at that time prompted the enactment of many laws and regulations dealing specifically with theregulations dealing specifically with the environment; • Waste minimization initiatives became popular inp p the early 1980’s; • The environmental management and standardization movements emerged in the early 1990’s. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 5
  • 6. History of Environmental Management • Occurred through the work of International History of Environmental Management Occurred through the work of International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and British Standards Institute (BSI) Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 6
  • 7. Evolution of ISO 14001:2009 EnvironmentalBS 5750 1979 Evolution of ISO 14001:2009 legislation / public concern and 1987 ISO 9000 Environmental impact Environmental performance BS 7750 1992 ISO 9000 assessmentauditing BS 7750 1992 and 1994 EMAS ISO 14001:1996 ISO 9001:2000 ISO 14001:2004 Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 7 ISO 9001:2000 ISO 14001:2004 ISO 14001:2009
  • 8. Development of ISO 14001Development of ISO 14001 • To date there has been three types of• To date there has been three types of environmental management systems developed: • BS 7750 Echo Management Analysis Scheme (EMAS)• Echo Management Analysis Scheme (EMAS) • ISO 14001 Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 8
  • 9. Development of BS 7750Development of BS 7750 • In 1992, BSI published BS 7750, this was theIn 1992, BSI published BS 7750, this was the world’s first environmental management standard; • BS 7750 adopted a quality system approach to environmental management and aimed to link with existing practices for quality managementwith existing practices for quality management (ISO 9001). Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 9
  • 10. Development of EMASDevelopment of EMAS • Consultation between BSI and CE enabled theConsultation between BSI and CE enabled the development of EMAS; • EMAS is available on a site specific basis to thep manufacturing sector; • EMAS differs from ISO 14001 in a number of requirements, including the need to produce a public statement and an auditable initial review. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 10
  • 11. Development of ISO 14001Development of ISO 14001 • Adopted formally as an international standard inAdopted formally as an international standard in 1996; • All countries throughout the world have acceptedg p ISO 14001 as the international standard; • Revised first time in 2009 to introduce some minor changes to make it compatible with ISO 9001: 2000 standard; Th k d ib th d fi iti• The course pack describes the scope, definition and overview of ISO 14001:2009. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 11
  • 12. The Purpose of ISO 14001The Purpose of ISO 14001 • The standard is intended to provideThe standard is intended to provide organizations with elements of an effective system to manage the environmental performance;performance; • The standard ensures the organization is working towards environmental and economical goals;towards environmental and economical goals; • The system enables an organization to establish and assess the effectiveness of policies,and assess the effectiveness of policies, objectives and procedures, etc. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 12
  • 13. What is the Scope of ISO 14001? The environmental standard is applicable to any organization that wishes to: What is the Scope of ISO 14001? organization that wishes to: • Implement, maintain & improve an EMS; • Assure itself of its conformance with its stated environmental policy; • Demonstrate conformance to others; • Seek certification by an external organization;y g ; • Make self determination / declaration of conformance with ISO 14001. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 13 conformance with ISO 14001.
  • 14. Does ISO 14001 guarantee organizational performance?Does ISO 14001 guarantee organizational performance? • The standard does not define requirements forThe standard does not define requirements for environmental performance beyond: • Commitment to the policy; • Compliance with legislations; • Continual improvement; and • Prevention of pollution.p • In order for a company to improve, they should d l bl h lconsider Best Available Technology Not Exceeding Excessive Costs. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 14
  • 15. Relating ISO 14001 to other management systemsRelating ISO 14001 to other management systems • The standard does not address OHS managementThe standard does not address OHS management system; • Although it does not discourage an organizationg g g from integrating these elements within the management system; • Nevertheless, certification will be ONLY address aspects of the environmental management system.system. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 15
  • 16. Commonalities to ISO 9001Commonalities to ISO 9001 ISO 14001 shares common management system principles ith ISO 9001 e amples incl deprinciples with ISO 9001, examples include: • Policy and objectives; • Management review; • Internal audits; • Corrective / preventive action; • Documents and records control; • Training; • Calibration. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 16
  • 17. Global Environmental IssuesGlobal Environmental Issues What are the effects of “Environment Pollution” ? Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 17
  • 18. Global Environmental Issues • Depletion of ozone layer Global Environmental Issues p y • Global warming • Air / Water pollution• Air / Water pollution • Depletion of natural resources Q lit f lif• Quality of life Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 18
  • 19. Global Environmental Issues The entire world is facing dangerous environmental Global Environmental Issues Impacts, examples include: Global warming; Diseases (Due to SO2, NO2, CO, radiations, oil spills, etc.); Loss/damage of human-life, wild-life & plant-life (direct inhalation / ingestion / indirect effects); h (Dangerous changes to environment (air, water & land). Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 19
  • 20. Global Environmental Issues Global warming: Global Environmental Issues Cause – Green house gases (carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide … etc). Effect – Heat-trapping, thereby increase in temperature. l l dImpact – Heat waves, sea level rise, spreading disease, Arctic/Antarctic warming … etc. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 20
  • 21. Global Environmental Issues Pollutants: Global Environmental Issues • Carbon dioxide, methane, oxides of nitrogen Issues:Issues: • Global warming E i t l i ifiEnvironmental significance: • Accumulation of gases in the atmosphere resulting in climate change heat waves sea levelresulting in climate change, heat waves, sea level rise, spreading diseases, etc. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 21
  • 22. Global Environmental Issues Pollutants: Global Environmental Issues • CFC’s, HCFC’s, Chlorinated solvents Issues:Issues: • Ozone depletion E i t l i ifiEnvironmental significance: • Destruction of ozone layer which protects earth from harmful UV rays from sunfrom harmful UV rays from sun Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 22
  • 23. Global Environmental Issues Pollutants: Global Environmental Issues • Oxides of sulphur, nitrogen and carbon Issues:Issues: • Acid rain E i t l i ifiEnvironmental significance: • Reaction of acidic ions with water, falling as rain affecting stonework damaging aquatic life andaffecting stonework, damaging aquatic life and trees Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 23
  • 24. Global Environmental Issues Pollutants: Global Environmental Issues • Oxides of sulphur, nitrogen and unburnt hydrocarbons from transport Issues: • SmogSmog Environmental significance: Build up of yellow smog line in cities lowering air• Build up of yellow smog line in cities lowering air quality Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 24
  • 25. Global Environmental Issues Pollutants: Global Environmental Issues • Transportation, industrial activities Issues:Issues: • Noise/vibration E i t l i ifiEnvironmental significance: • Adverse community reactions Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 25
  • 26. Global Environmental Issues Pollutants: Global Environmental Issues • Industrial waste Issues:Issues: • Waste management E i t l i ifiEnvironmental significance: • Contamination of land, resource depletion, air pollutants visual impactspollutants, visual impacts Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 26
  • 27. Global Environmental Issues Pollutants: Global Environmental Issues • Chemical spillage to land Issues:Issues: • Chemical storage E i t l i ifiEnvironmental significance: • Contamination of land, resource depletion, air pollutants visual impactpollutants, visual impact Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 27
  • 28. Global Environmental Issues Pollutants: Global Environmental Issues • Chemical spillage to waterways Issues:Issues: • Chemical storage E i t l i ifiEnvironmental significance: • Lowering of local water quality, resource depletion air pollutants visual impactdepletion, air pollutants, visual impact Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 28
  • 29. Global Environmental IssuesGlobal Environmental Issues Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 29 CAUSE (ASPECT) (IMPACT)
  • 30. Global Environmental IssuesGlobal Environmental Issues Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 30
  • 31. Global Environmental IssuesGlobal Environmental Issues FLOOD !!!!!!!!FLOOD !!!!!!!! IMPACT OF GLOBAL WARMING Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 31
  • 32. Global Environmental IssuesGlobal Environmental Issues Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 32
  • 33. Global Environmental IssuesGlobal Environmental Issues Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 33
  • 34. Environmental Management Systems • The organizations need to investigate its Environmental Management Systems g g performance; • They must identify the major ways they damage the environment; • The management initiate improvement programs t th t th j i t l i tto ensure that those major environmental impacts are controlled and minimized; In basic terms the organizations must• In basic terms, the organizations must demonstrate year-on-year improvement in their environmental performance. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 34
  • 35. Standard Requirements This International Standard is based on the Standard Requirements methodology known as Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA). PDCA can be briefly described as follows: Pl e t bli h the bje ti e d e e e e• Plan: establish the objectives and processes necessary to deliver results in accordance with the organization's environmental policy; • Do: implement the processes; • Check: monitor and measure processes against environmental policy objectives targets legal andenvironmental policy, objectives, targets, legal and other requirements, and report the results; and • Act: take actions to continually improve performance of h i l Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 35 the environmental management system.
  • 36. Standard Requirements 4 1 General requirements Standard Requirements 4.1 General requirements • The organization shall establish, document, implement, maintain and continually improve an environmental management system in accordance with the requirements of this Internationalwith the requirements of this International Standard and determine how it will fulfill these requirements. • The organization shall define and document the scope of its environmental management system. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 36
  • 37. Standard Requirements 4.2 Environmental policy Standard Requirements This is the driver for implementing and improving the EMS. This should: - Appropriate. - Include commitment for continual improvement. - Include commitment to comply with relevantp y environmental legislations & regulations and which are applicable to the organization. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 37
  • 38. Standard Requirements - Provide frame work for setting & reviewing bj i & Standard Requirements objectives & targets. - Be documented, implemented and maintained & communicatedcommunicated. - Be available to the public. - Be understood to all employees. - Be reviewed periodically and revised. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 38
  • 39. Standard Requirements 4.3 Planning Standard Requirements g Environmental aspects. Legal and other requirements. Objectives & targets. Environmental management prorammes. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 39
  • 40. Standard Requirements 4.3.1 Environmental aspects Standard Requirements p Organization shall establish & maintain procedures to identify the environmental aspectsp y p of its activities, products / services. Conduct a review – This should cover 4 following areas: - Legislative & regulatory requirement. - Identification of of environmental aspects. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 40
  • 41. Standard Requirements Examination of EM practices & procedures (if any) Standard Requirements - Examination of EM practices & procedures (if any). - Evaluation of feedback from the investigation of previous incidentsprevious incidents. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 41
  • 42. Case Study Environmental Issues at Company XCase Study – Environmental Issues at Company X Details of Company X • The factory is located in an industrial area, with neighbors including a plastics manufacturing company and an aluminum can plantcompany and an aluminum can plant. • The factory manufactures egg boxes from waste paperpaper. • Established in 1992 N f l 150• No. of employees: 150 • Site: paper mill with offices Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 42 • Location: Industrial Estate
  • 43. Case Study Environmental Issue at Company XCase Study – Environmental Issue at Company X Main Raw Materials: • Waste paper – approx. 100 tonnes per day • W t 100 3 d• Water – approx. 100 m3 per day • Bleaching chemicals – approx. 10 m3 per day • Electricity – 1000 kwh • Gas for dryers – 30 m3 per day Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 43
  • 44. Case Study Environmental Issue at Company XCase Study – Environmental Issue at Company X Main Process Activities: • Waste paper collected by company transport and delivered to the factorydelivered to the factory • Waste paper stores in a compound at the back of the sitethe site • Waste paper dumped in a mixer with water • The waste paper and water are mixed into a pulp Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 44
  • 45. Case Study Environmental Issue at Company XCase Study – Environmental Issue at Company X Main Process Activities: • The pulp is then pumped to a machine and bleach is added • The bleached pulp is then pumped to a moulding machine and egg boxes are mouldedmachine and egg boxes are moulded • The wet egg boxes then enter a gas dryer for 45 iminutes • The dry egg boxes are then packed onto pallets Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 45 y gg p p
  • 46. Case Study Environmental Issue at Company XCase Study – Environmental Issue at Company X Main outputs / products: • 1000 egg boxes per day • 100 m3 of waste water to municipality sewer • 100 kg of general waste per day to landfill• 100 kg of general waste per day to landfill • emissions from gas dryers (water vapour and b di id )carbon dioxide) Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 46
  • 47. Case Study Environmental Issue at Company XCase Study – Environmental Issue at Company X Mass Balance of the Factory: Gaseous Emissions from Dryer C X Waste Paper Water Gas for Dryers Egg Boxes Company XElectricity Bleaching Chemicals Egg Boxes Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 47 Waste Water Solid Waste
  • 48. Environmental Impact AssessmentEnvironmental Impact Assessment Environmental Aspect & Impact: • Aspect: element of an organization’s activities, products or services that can INTERACT with thep Environment. • Impact: any CHANGE to the environment either• Impact: any CHANGE to the environment, either beneficial or adverse, resulting from the activities, products or services of the i iorganization. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 48
  • 49. Environmental Impact AssessmentEnvironmental Impact Assessment Identification of Environmental Aspects: • The process should, where relevant, consider: – emission to air – release to water – waste managementwaste management – contamination of land – use of raw materials and other natural resources – other local environmental and community issues– other local environmental and community issues Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 49
  • 50. Environmental Impact AssessmentEnvironmental Impact Assessment Identification of Environmental Aspects: • The process should consider different operation conditions: - day-to-day operations - abnormal operations- abnormal operations - emergency situations, e.g. fire Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 50
  • 51. Environmental Impact AssessmentEnvironmental Impact Assessment Aspects for Industry: • air • water • water usageg • natural resources usage • hazardous substances • waste management• waste management • noise • community concerns ildlif & h bi• wildlife & habitat • accidents & emergencies • planning issues Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 51 p g
  • 52. Environmental Impact AssessmentEnvironmental Impact Assessment Identification of Aspects and Impacts: • To identify the environmental aspects, it is often good practice to start with mass balance,g p , identifying the flow of materials in, the products leaving and the waste produced. • Every mass balance has an input stream and an output stream and the wastes can exit through l d iwater, land or air. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 52
  • 53. Standard Requirements Activity Aspect Impact Standard Requirements Handling of hazardous materials Potential spillage Contamination of soil / water Product Aspect Impact Conservation of raw Product design Reduction of volume Conservation of raw material Service Aspect Impactp p Vehicle maintenance Exhaust emissions Reduction of air pollution Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 53
  • 54. Standard Requirements Sl. Activity Aspect Impact Value of Exist. Control Legal Req. (if any) Gra de Signifi cant ? Environmenta l Concern Business Concern Standard Requirements Control any) * Sev. * Pro. Effect of Change in other A/P/S Cost of Changing * Concern of Interested Parties * Effect on public Image Note 2: Grading for others = Very Low - 5, Low - 4, Medium- 3, High - 2 & Very High - 1 Reviewed & Approved ByTeam Note 1: Grading for * = Very Low - 1, Low - 2, Medium- 3, High - 4 & Very High - 5 Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 54 Name Signature GM / DGM MR
  • 55. Standard Requirements 4.3.2 Legal and other requirements Standard Requirements - Industry codes of practice. - Agreement with public authoritiesAgreement with public authorities. - Non-regulatory guidelines. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 55
  • 56. Standard Requirements 4.3.3 Objectives & targets Standard Requirements Objectives (specific). Target (measurable & practicable).g ( p ) Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 56
  • 57. Standard Requirements 4.3.4 Environment management programme Standard Requirements This is the key element to the implementation of EMS. This should detail how the objectives & targets will be met. l- Detail resp. & resource. - Means & time scale Should be reviewed and updated / upgraded. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 57
  • 58. Standard Requirements 4.4.1 Structure and responsibility Standard Requirements Define, document & document role, responsibility & authority. Provide adequate resources. Define interrelation. Appoint management representative. - To ensure EMS is established, implemented &, p maintained. - Reporting to top management (to improve). Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 58
  • 59. Standard Requirements 4.4.2 Training, awareness & competence Standard Requirements Should identify the training needs. This shall cover: - Policy. - Env. Effects, their roles & resp. - Education req., training … etc. Provide the training & maintain the recordsProvide the training & maintain the records. Establish & maintain procedures to ensure staff are aware of EMS. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 59
  • 60. Standard Requirements 4.4.3 Communication Standard Requirements Establish & maintain procedures for: - Internal communication between various levels of management. - Receiving, documenting & responding to comm. form external interested parties. Also consider how organization will communicate with external. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 60
  • 61. Standard Requirements 4.4.4 EMS Documentation Standard Requirements Establish and maintain information, in paper or electronic form, to: - Describe the core elements & their interaction. - Direction to related documentation: - Code of practice. - Doc procedureDoc. procedure. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 61
  • 62. Standard Requirements 4.4.5 Document Control Standard Requirements Establish & maintain procedures for controlling all documents for: - Locating. - Review & approval.pp - For reviewing periodically and revising as necessary. - Ensure current versions available. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 62
  • 63. Standard Requirements - Obsolete are properly controlled. Standard Requirements - Issue & amendment. All should be legible, dated and identifiable.g Retention shall be controlled. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 63
  • 64. Standard Requirements 4.4.6 Operational control Standard Requirements Identify the operations and activities associated with env. aspects in line with policy, objectives & targetstargets. Plan these operations & activities: - Establish and maintain procedures to cover situations where absence could lead to deviations. S i l i i i i i h d- Stipulating operating criteria in the procedures. - Est. and maintain procedure to the identifiable significant aspects & communicating this Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 64 significant aspects & communicating this.
  • 65. Standard Requirements An Emergency Situation! Standard Requirements Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 65
  • 66. Standard Requirements 4.4.7 Emergency preparedness & response Standard Requirements Establish and maintain procedures to: - Identify potential accident & emergencyIdentify potential accident & emergency situations. - Respond to such situations.p - Preventing & mitigating impacts associated with that. Review and revise these as necessary. Test these periodically Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 66 Test these periodically.
  • 67. Standard Requirements Environmental MonitoringThe image cannot be displayed. Your computer may not have enough memory to open the image, or the image may have been corrupted. Restart your computer, and then open the file again. If the red x still appears, you may have to delete the image and then insert it again. Standard Requirements Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 67
  • 68. Standard Requirements 4.5.1 Monitoring & measurement Standard Requirements Have doc. procedure to monitor & measure key characteristics of its operations and activities that h i ifi t i tcan have significant impact. Objectives, targets … etc should be monitored. Monitoring equipments should be calibrated and maintained, maintain the records also. d d d d llEst. and maintain doc. procedure to periodically evaluate compliance with legislations & regulations. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 68 g
  • 69. Standard Requirements 4.5.2 Nonconformance and corrective and Standard Requirements preventive action Should establish and maintain procedures for: - Defining responsibility & authority for handling and investigating nonconformance. - Analyzing the nonconformance. - Taking steps to correct / prevent it.g p / p - Recording the actions taken. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 69
  • 70. Standard Requirements 4.5.3 Records Standard Requirements Should establish and maintain procedure for identification, maintenance & disposition. Records should be legible, traceable & retrievable. Protected well against damage, deterioration / loss. Retention time should be established and recorded. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 70
  • 71. Standard Requirements 4.5.4 EMS audit Standard Requirements Establish and maintain procedure for periodic audit to ensure: - whether EMS conforms to planned arrangement. - Whether properly implemented and maintained. Should be done based on the importance of activity. Audit scope, frequency and methodology should be defined, also the responsibility & requirement for conducting the audit Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 71 for conducting the audit.
  • 72. Standard Requirements 4.6 Management review Standard Requirements Top management should review the EMS to: - ensure continuing suitability.ensure continuing suitability. - Adequacy & effectiveness. Review policy objectives etc- Review policy, objectives … etc. Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 72
  • 73. ISO 14001:2009 Awareness TrainingISO 14001:2009 Awareness Training Exercise 1 Issue : B 14.09.05 TUV ISO 14001:2009 Awareness Course 73