Environmental Management Systems

 

Organizations that are concerned with achieving and demonstrating sound environmental performance will ultimately succeed in the global marketplace of the 21st century. An Environmental Management System (EMS) will produce the culture essential to attain success and competitive advantage. An EMS will:

  • Reduce Regulatory Compliance Costs;
  • Improve Environmental Performance;
  • Minimize Corporate Liability;
  • Enhance Community & Government Relations; and
  • Provide International Environmental Accreditation & Credentials.

 

Assessment

  • EMS Standard Gap Analysis
  • Regulatory Compliance Audit
  • Environmental Performance Evaluation

Development & Implementation

  • Policy Development
  • Identify Environmental Priorities
  • Initiate Corrective and Preventative Actions
  • Compile Environmental Compliance Programs
  • Aspect Identification and Impact Evaluation
  • Develop EMS Programs to Facilitate Objectives and Targets

Training

  • Understanding EMS Standard Requirements
  • Developing and Implementing an EMS
  • Integrating ISO 14001 with QS/ISO 9000 "Bridging Method"
  • Internal Auditing of an EMS

System Maintenance & Support

  • Update Regulatory/Legal Requirements
  • Maintain System Revisions
  • Conduct & Assist With Internal Audits
  • Management Review Process