Environmental Management System ISO 14001
The International Standard ISO 14001 sets out requirements for an Environmental Management System (EMS) which can be employed by an organization to measure and minimize how their operations negatively affect the environment.
Benefits of implementing ISO 14001 Environment Management System :
- Reduce Environmental risks Promote effective and efficient environmental management in organizations
- Provide system-based, flexible and cost effective tools reflecting the best organizational practices available for gathering, interpreting and communicating environmentally relevant information
- Preferred supplier status with the customer in domestic as well as in international markets Customer Requirements
- Corporate Image
- Legislation Requirement
- Improve Operational Environmental Protection.
- Effective emergency preparedness and response
- Reduction in environmental hazards and incidents
Health and Safety OHSAS -18001
OHSAS 18001 is the international Occupation Health and Safety Assessment Series specification that aims to control the potential hazards within an organization. OHSAS 18001 has been developed to be compatible with the ISO 9001 (Quality Management System) and ISO 14001 (Environmental Management System). It was formulated to help organizations for establishing occupational health and safety policies and objectives. A certified Occupational Health and Safety Management System demonstrates the conscious determination of the organization to safeguard the employees and the environment from harmful incidents
Advantage of Implementation of OHSAS 18001:
- Planning for hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control
- Augment a healthy and safe working environment
- Gain a competitive edge in the global market
- Promote trust to the customers on compliance with regulatory requirements
- Reduction in the material loss caused by accidents and production of interruptions by Emergency preparedness and response.
- Reduction in the insurance costs as well as costs due to absence of employees OHSAS Management Program
- Defined Structure and Responsibility
- Improvement Training, Awareness and Competence
- Effective Consultation and Communication Operational Control