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ISO 14001: 2004 Requirements. By Innovative Matrix Softech Pvt Ltd www.ISOhelpline.com. Introduction. Introduce Yourself with some little known facts about you. Today’s Agenda. 1. Why EMS / Benefits 2. Introduction to ISO 3 . Emergence of EMS Standards 4 . ISO 14000 Series

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iso 14001 2004 requirements

ISO 14001: 2004Requirements

By

Innovative Matrix SoftechPvt Ltd

www.ISOhelpline.com

introduction
Introduction

Introduce Yourself with some little known facts about you

today s agenda
Today’s Agenda

1. Why EMS / Benefits

2. Introduction to ISO

3. Emergence of EMS Standards

4. ISO 14000 Series

5. ISO 14001 Requirements

6. Examination

1 why ems
1. Why EMS
  • What is environment:
    • Surroundings in which an organization operates
    • Surroundings include
      • Air, Water, land, natural resources, flora, fauna, human and their interaction
      • Flora: Plants of a particular country, region or period (time)
      • Fauna: Animals of a particular region or period
    • Surroundings extend from within the organization to global system
1 why ems1
1. Why EMS
  • First ask yourself these questions:
    • Is your organization required to comply environmental laws and regulation?
    • Are you looking at ways to improve your overall environmental performance?
    • Is your organizations environmental affairs pose significant liability?
    • Are you not taking charge of environmental obligations for lack of time and resources?
    • Do you know how to relate environmental objectives to business objectives?
1 why ems2
1. Why EMS
  • Benefits
    • Improved environmental performance
      • Prevent pollution instead of managing later
    • Reduced liability
    • Fever accidents
    • Reduced costs
      • Prevent spill in the first place than to cleanup
    • Improved public image
      • Enhanced customer trust
      • Competitive advantage
    • Better access to capital
2 introduction to iso
2. Introduction to ISO
  • Name:
    • International Organization for Standardization
    • Organization de Normalization (Dutch)
    • ISO derived from Greek word ISOS meaning equal
  • Founded in 1946
    • Worldwide federation of national standard bodies (Member bodies)
    • Standards are developed by Technical Committees
    • ISO/TC 207 Environmental Management
    • Member Bodies represent in technical committee
3 emergence of ems standards
3. Emergence of EMS Standards
  • 1987
    • QMS Standard ISO 9000 published in 1987
    • Brundtland Commission report “Our Common Future”
      • World commission on Environment and Development
      • called for sustainable development
      • Need to balance environment protection and economic growth
3 emergence of ems standards1
3. Emergence of EMS Standards
  • 1991
    • The business charter for sustainable development
      • By International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
      • It had sixteen principles for environmental management that foster sustainable development
    • Strategic Advisory Group on Environment (SAGE)
      • 20 countries
      • 11 international organizations
      • Over 100 environmental experts
      • Defined basic requirements of a new to environmental related standards
3 emergence of ems standards2
3. Emergence of EMS Standards
  • 1992
    • United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio De Janeriro
      • Also called Earth Summit or Rio Summit
      • Resulted in Agenda 21 and Rio Declaration
      • Agenda 21 :Comprehensive guidance document on sustainable development
      • Rio Declaration: Set of 27 principles to achieve sustainable development
    • British Standard Institution (BIS) published BS 7750
      • Standard for Environmental management System
3 introduction to iso 14000
3. Introduction to ISO 14000
  • 1993
    • Eco-management and audit scheme adopted by EU
      • Voluntary implementation of EMS
    • January, TC 207 Environmental management Committee created
  • 1996
    • ISO 14000 series published in September
  • 2004
    • ISO 14000 series revised
4 introduction to iso 14000
4. Introduction to ISO 14000
  • ISO 14000 family of standards
    • Two most important standards
    • ISO 14001: 2004
      • Requirements with guidance for use
      • Demands objective evidence that can be audited
      • Does not specify level of environmental performance
      • Can be implemented by wide variety of organizations
    • ISO 14004: 2004
      • General Guidance on principles, systems and support techniques
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What is EMS?

Emergency Medical Services

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