Environmental DIN EN ISO 14001:2015-11

Environmental DIN EN ISO 14001:2015-11

Duration:1 lesson, 3 hours.

Participation: Videocall. In person meetings are suspanded due to Covid-19.

Overview

Definition and elements of an environmental management system (EMS)

An environmental management system (EMS) is part of the overall management system. Taking into account the environmental aspects and the resulting environmental impact in all activities of a company, the aim is to continuously avoid pollution. The EMS regulates the organisational structure, responsibilities, behaviours, procedures, procedures and means for the definition and implementation of environmental policy.

Target group & pre-requisite
Managers
Goals & benefits

Provide tool and knowledge about: 

Environmental Management System (EMS) requirements 

  • The management must adopt an environmental policy with the demand for continuous improvement 
  • Identification and assessment of environmental aspects and their effects 
  • Consequently to present and minimize the essential environmental aspects of the company 
  • The adoption of environmental goals and programs 
  • The obligation to comply with environmental laws 
  • Creation of a structure, a system and the means necessary to achieve the set goals 
  • If necessary, publication of the environmental performance achieved (environmental report / environmental statement) 
  • Regular implementation of environmental audits and environmental audits to assess the effectiveness of the EMS