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Environmental Management System

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Environmental Management System (EMS)

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Environmental Management System

  1. 1. Welcome August 12, 2015 1
  2. 2. Environmental Management System(EMS) Presented By: Nandar Nwe Dip.EIA/EMS (2) Mining Engineering Depatenment August 12, 2015 2
  3. 3. Introduction What is Environmental Management System(EMS) The aim of EMS What is ISO Features of EMS EMS model General Benefits of An EMS TRAVIS PERKINS Conclusion References August 12, 2015 3
  4. 4. What is Environmental Management System(EMS) A set of methods and procedures for aligning corporate strategies, policies and operations with principles that protect ecosystems. International Organization for standardization(ISO)14001 August 12, 2015 4
  5. 5. The aim of EMS to increase compliance and reduce waste Compliance the act of reaching and maintaining minimal legal standards Reduce Waste to reduce environmental impact August 12, 2015 5
  6. 6. In September 1996, Standardization published the first edition of ISO 14001, the EMS standard. describing specific requirements for an EMS. A second edition of ISO 14001 was published in 2004 the dominant environmental management system in the world. August 12, 2015 6
  7. 7. EMS Model or PDCA Cycle August 12, 2015 7
  8. 8. August 12, 2015 8 Policy Planning Implement ation & Operation Checking Act Act Plan DoCheck EMS Model or PDCA Cycle
  9. 9. PLAN Identify Environmental Aspects E.g. air pollutants Determine most important to company E.g. worker health & safety Legal and Other Requirements Objectives and Targets E.g. Objectives – Overall Goal, e.g. minimize use Target – Detailed, Quantified, e.g. minimize by 10% by specific date Management Actions to Support Objectives and Targets August 12, 2015 9
  10. 10. DO Structure Training, Awareness Communication EMS Documentation Document Control Operational Control Emergency Preparedness and Response August 12, 2015 10
  11. 11. Check Monitoring and Measurement Nonconformance, Corrective and Preventative Action Records August 12, 2015 12
  12. 12. ACT EMS Audits Management Review This final review stage creates a loop of continuous improvement for a company August 12, 2015 13
  13. 13. Environmental Management System (EMS) August 12, 2015 14 Other Environmental Program Management
  14. 14. August 12, 2015 15 General Benefits Of An EMS  Drives Sustained Performance  Set targets to reduce energy use, water use & waste to landfill  Achieve cost savings  Easier compliance  Pollution prevention  Increased efficiency  Improved morale
  15. 15. TRAVIS PERKINS Supplying building materials to the trade for over 200 years One of the largest suppliers to the UK’s building and construction industry Provide more than 100,000 products Travis Perkins fully intends to be a sustainable business. August 12, 2015 16
  16. 16. 4 Key Pressures Legal requirements Financial pressures Market pressures Social pressures • The Environment Protection Laws • The Pollution Prevention and Control regulations • Regulations for special wastes such as toxic materials. • Water Resources Act • Britain has some of the world's tightest environmental regulations • Landfill Tax • The Carbon Tax on energy consumption • Companies will buy only from suppliers that conform with ISO 14001 • Customers insist that timber comes from sustainable sources • Questions on the company's environmental approach. • License to operate • The company must maintain its public reputation at a high level. • Why does Travis Perkins need an EMS? August 12, 2015 17
  17. 17. Implementing an Environmental Management System Registrar of Legislation Environmental Policy Registrar of Environmental Aspects Environmental Management Procedures Environmental Improvement Plan Key Performance Indicators Training Materials Action Lists and Responsibilities Environmental Operating Procedure Travis Perkins chose ISO 14001 as the basis of its Environmental Management System because this standard: • Is internationally recognized and respected • Involves regular independent audits The Travis Perkins ISO 14001 EMS consists of several linked components. August 12, 2015 18
  18. 18. August 12, 2015 19 Travis Perkins' Environmental Policy sets out the company's commitment to: • Comply with legislation at all times • Prevent pollution as far as possible • Seek continuous improvement.
  19. 19. Environmental Improvement Plan  CO2 emissions  Electricity use  Vehicle emissions  Storage and use of oil  Use of diesel, petrol and gas  Discharges to drains  Water  Storage and use of timber treatment chemicals  Purchase and sale of products, particularly timber.  Observing all relevant legislation  Seeking to prevent pollution  Looking for ways to make continuous improvements Action Lists and Responsibilities August 12, 2015 20
  20. 20. Internal and External Communication Waste DO DON’T Keep hazardous waste separate from general waste Leave empty chemical containers in the open Break down boxes before putting in the waste containers Put oil or oil contaminated waste in the general waste container  A successful EMS depends on good communication.  Based on everyone taking responsibility for Environmental Management  Every employee has seen a training video  Internal newsletter  Environmental Policy is displayed in all work areas  Display boards and training materials Example August 12, 2015 21
  21. 21. Costs and Benefits of EMS  The benefits are achieved through a number of cost reductions.  nature and the environment in general are also clear winners its business processes have been redesigned using the formula shown. Prevent Waste Reduce Waste Reuse Waste Recover Waste August 12, 2015 22
  22. 22. Conclusion An environmental management system takes times and commitment from the entire organization Effective EMS will provide ongoing environmental benefits, cost savings and contribute to built an attractive work place culture. August 12, 2015 23
  23. 23. References  http://businesscasestudies.co.uk/travis-perkins  http://www.saskatoon.ca/DEPARTMENTS/Utility%20Services/Environme ntal%20Services/PublishingImages/PlanDoCheckAct.jpg  http://www.travisperkinsplc.co.uk/responsibility/environment.aspx  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Environmental_management_system  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_International_Organization_for_Stan dardization_standards  http://www.iso.org/iso/catalogue_detail?csnumber=31807  http://www.travisperkins.co.uk/  www.google.com  www.ibm.com/ibm/environment August 12, 2015 24
  24. 24. Thank You! August 12, 2015 25

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