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☑ Explain the need of Environmental Management Systems.
☑ Discuss fundamental concepts and terms associated with EMS.
☑ Describe the benefits of EMS to organizations.
☑ Describe the benefits of EMS to stakeholders.
☑ Describe the main clauses in ISO 14001:2015.
☑ List and discuss the requirements of ISO 14001:2015.
☑ Describe the context of food organizations.
☑ Explain the application of PDCA in EMS.
☑ Describe the elements of EMS requirements.
☑ Discuss and conduct internal audits as a way of checking the performance of EMS in an organization.
☑ Discuss the involvement of Top Management in management reviews.
The standard which was revised in 2015 and, as part of the development process, ISO conducted a continual improvement survey to develop an understanding of the needs of current, past, and potential users.
The primary purpose of this management system standard is to specify general requirements and guidelines that, when followed, would provide reasonable assurance that the outputs from a process and/or system will have no or minimal negative impact on the environment and, improves environmental performance.
In this certification course, you will learn the best way to implement and maintain EMS according to the ISO 14001 standard within an organization. This course explains all the clauses, the changes incorporated to the standard and outlines fundamental concepts of the standard to learners.
You will learn how to report on the effective implementation and maintenance of a management system in accordance with ISO 19011. You will understand the role of an internal audit in maintaining and improving quality management systems, with reference to the Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA) cycle, also the role and responsibilities of an auditor in planning, conducting, reporting and following up on an internal environmental management system audit based on ISO 14001, and in accordance with ISO 19011.
This course contains everything you need to know about Environmental Management Systems (EMS) and how organizations can manage Environmental Management Systems (EMS) according to the ISO 14001:2015 standard for its optimal benefit.
Benefits of the Course to Individuals & Organizations
Improved financial savings by the organization through loss prevention.
Improved ability to identify the environmental aspects and impacts, thereby reducing risk of environmental incidents.
Implementing systems that ponder socio-economic needs and environmental circumstances.
Improves efficiency of the environmental management system.
An in-depth knowledge of the requirements of ISO 14001:2018.
Implement and sustain an environmental management system in line with the requirements of ISO 14001:2018.
At the end of the course, learners will be able to:
Explain the need of Environmental Management Systems.
Discuss fundamental concepts and terms associated with EMS.
Describe the benefits of EMS to organizations.
Describe the benefits of EMS to stakeholders.
Describe the main clauses in ISO 14001:2015.
List and discuss the requirements of ISO 14001:2015.
Describe the context of food organizations.
Explain the application of PDCA in EMS.
Describe the elements of EMS requirements.
Discuss and conduct internal audits as a way of checking the performance of EMS in an organization.
Discuss the involvement of Top Management in management reviews.
EMS & EMAS Benefits
Legacy Standards & Study Groups
ISO Comparisons & the PDCA Cycle
Environmental Problems & Solutions
Terminologies & Important Provisions
Important Terminologies II
Important Terminologies III
EMAS, ISO, EMS Transition and Additional Requirements
EMAS and ISO
Audits & EMS Transition
Context, Stakeholders & Scope of EMS
Communications and Documentation
Planning & Legal Issues and Management Actions
Communications and Awareness
Emergency Planning, Preparedness and Controls
Evaluation Mechanisms & Benchmarking
Considerations and Standards
Compliance and Evaluation
Compliance and Evaluation
Reasons for Audits
Responsibility and Functions
Management Reviews & Corrective Actions
Corrective Actions & Continual Improvement Initiatives