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1ISO 14001 General Awareness Training ISO Environmental Management System RequirementsEMS Environmental Benefits
2Environmental Management System (EMS) That part of the overall management system which includes:organisational structure,planning activities,responsibilities, practices,procedures, processes & resourcesfor developing, implementing, achieving, reviewing & maintaining the environmental policy
3Recommended Stages to establish an EMS How to establish an EMS?Obtain CommitmentAppoint Management RepresentativesUnderstand the Current Environmental PositionGap AnalysisAspects IdentificationGET STARTED
4EMS Elements according to ISO 14001 continual Improvement1. Environmental PolicyPlanning2. Environmental aspects3. Legal & other requirements4. Objectives & targets5. Environmental management programme(s)17. Management reviewImplementation & operation6. Structure & responsibility7. Training, awareness & competence8. Communication9. Environmental management system documentation10. Document control11. Operational control12. Emergency preparedness & responseChecking & corrective action13. Monitoring & measurement14. Non-conformance & corrective & preventive action15. Records16. Environmental management system audit
5Definition Environment surroundings in which an organisation operates includingairwaterlandnatural resourcesflorafaunahumans and their interrelation
64.1 General Requirementestablish & maintain an EMS according to ISO Requirements
74.2 Definition Environmental Policy Statement by the organisation of its intentions & principles in relation to its overall environmental performance which provides a framework for action & for the setting of its environmental objectives & targets
84.2 Environmental Policyappropriate to the nature, scale & environmental impacts of its activitiescontinual improvementcompliance with environmental legislationframework for objectives & targetsdocumentedpublicly available(SEE EXAMPLE 1)
9Definition Environmental aspects element of an organisation's activities, products or services that can interact with the environmentEnvironmental impactsany change to the environment, whether adverse or beneficial, wholly or partially resulting from an organisation's activities, products or services
104.3.1 Environmental aspects 4.3 Planning4.3.1 Environmental aspectsestablish & maintain procedures to identify the environmental aspects of its activities, products or services that it can controlensure that all aspects related to significant impacts are considered in setting its environmental objectiveskeep them up-to-date(SEE EXAMPLE 2)
164.3.1 Environmental aspects Identify all Environmental Aspects & ImpactsEvaluate for its SignificanceSignificance CriteriaSignificant AspectMinor AspectsOperational Control(CONTROL)Objectives & Target Setting(IMPROVE)Keeping Records
174.3.2 Legal & other requirements 4.3 Planning4.3.2 Legal & other requirementsestablish & maintain a procedure to identify & access to legal & other requirements to which the organisation subscribesapplicable to the environmental aspects of its activities, products or services.(SEE EXAMPLE 3)
19Definition Objectives Overall environmental goal arising from environmental policyTargetsDetailed performance requirementquantified where practicableset in order to achieve objectives
204.3 Planning 4.3.3 Objectives & Targets establish & maintain documented environmental objectives & targets at each function & level within the organisationconsider the legal & other requirements, significant environmental aspects, technological optionsconsistent with the environmental policy, including the commitment to prevention of pollution.
214.3.4 Environmental management programme(s) 4.3 Planning4.3.4 Environmental management programme(s)establish & maintain programmes for achieving its objectives & targetinclude designation of responsibility at each relevant function & levelmeans & time-frame(SEE EXAMPLE 4)
224.4 Implementation & operation 4.4.1 Structure & responsibilityRoles, responsibility & authorities shall be defined, documented & communicatedProvides resources essential to the implementation & control of the EMSSpecialised skillstechnologyfinancial resources
234.4 Implementation & operation 4.4.1 Structure & responsibilityAppoint management representatives who shall have defined roles, responsibilities & authority for :ensure that EMS requirements are established, implemented & maintained according to ISO 14001reporting on the performance of the EMS to top management
244.4 Implementation & operation 4.4.2 Training, awareness & competenceidentify training needsestablish & maintain procedures to makes its staff:aware of the importance of conformance with EMS requirementsign. Environmental impacts of their worktheir roles & responsibilitystaff whose work may create sign. Environmental impact shall be competent & received appropriate training.
254.4 Implementation & operation 4.4.3 CommunicationEstablish & maintain procedures for:internal communicationreceiving, documenting & responding to relevant communication from external interested parties.External communication on its sign. Environmental aspects & record its decision(SEE EXAMPLE 5)
264.4 Implementation & operation 4.4.4 Environmental management system documentationshall establish & maintain information in paper or electronic formdescribe the core elements of the management systemprovide direction to related documentation(SEE EXAMPLE 6 & 7)
274.4 Implementation & operation 4.4.4 Environmental management system documentationEnvironmental PolicyEnvironmental Management Guide1Hotel Environmental Procedures2Operational Control Procedures3Environmental Records4
284.4 Implementation & operation 4.4.5 Document controlestablish & maintain procedures for controlling all documentscan be locatedperiodically reviewed & revisecurrent version are readily available at all locationobsolete documents are promptly removed
294.4 Implementation & operation 4.4.6 Operational controlidentify those activities that associated with significant environmental aspects & control them :documented proceduresstipulating operating criteria in procedurescommunicate relevant procedures & requirements to suppliers & contractors(SEE EXAMPLE 8)
314.5 Checking & corrective action 4.5.1 Monitoring & measurementestablish & maintain documented procedures to monitor & measure the activities with sign. Environmental impactrecording of information to trackperformanceoperational controlsenvironmental objectives & targetscompliance with environmental legislation
324.5 Checking & corrective action 4.5.2 Nonconformance & corrective & preventive actionhandle & investigate nonconformancetake action to mitigate any impactsinitiate corrective & preventive actionrecord any changes in documented procedures(SEE EXAMPLE 9)
334.5 Checking & corrective action 4.5.3 Recordsestablish & maintain procedures for identification, maintenance & disposition of environmental records.appropriate to the system & organisationdemonstrate conformance to the EMS standardtraining recordsresults of audits & reviews
344.5 Checking & corrective action 4.5.4 EMS auditshall have procedures for periodic EMS audits to determine if EMS:conforms to planned arrangementproperly implemented & maintainedprovide audit results to management
354.5 Checking & corrective action 4.5.4 EMS auditAudit programme shall be based onpotential environmental impact of activityresults of previous auditsAudit procedures cover:audit scope, frequency & methodologiesresponsibilities & requirements for conducting audits & reporting results
364.5 Management Review Management shall review the EMS to ensure its continuing suitabilityadequacy & effectivenessReview shall be documented
374.5 Management ReviewBased on EMS audit results, changing circumstances & commitment to continual improvement.Management review shall addresspossible need for changes to policy, objectives & other elements of EMS
38EMS Environmental Benefits Fully-utilise resources & reduce utility costfully-utilise natural resourcesreduce energy consumptionCreditability for loans & insuranceHotel with lower environmental risks can obtain project financing more easily, at more favourable conditions, & insurance at lower cost.
39EMS Environmental Benefits Compliance to Environmental Legislationmanage environmental aspects effectively can reduce legal liability to prosecutionPrevent accidentsidentify potential for & respond to accidents & emergency situation.Preventing & mitigating the environmental impacts that may be associated with themreduce loss or damage in case of accident
40EMS Environmental Benefits Meet guest expectationAs increase in public awareness on Environmental protection, guests who are environmental conscious will be more likely to choose & patronise the hotel with sound environmental performance.EMS helps to heighten guest awareness of the hotel’s management skills & serve as a basis for quality service.
41EMS Environmental Benefits Enhance public imageHotel can distinguish themselves from others by showing their guests that their products & services are provided in an environmental friendly manner.A hotel who can exert sound environmental concern can build up a green image & establish a good reputation to the public.