ISO 14001 Manual defines how the Environmental Management System (EMS) was established and how it will be documented, implemented and maintained at all relevant levels of the organization. Manual ISO 14001 identifies all relevant documents to the EMS. A copy of EMS documents, other than visual aids and records, can be obtained by the representative of environmental management.
A description of the main elements of the EMS is the main purpose of the documentation should contain in this document the Environmental manual. Documents and records required by the ISO 14001 standard and also the documents and records that are necessary for the planning, operation and control of processes that relate to its significant environmental aspects are identified as health records and environmental safety and stored on the internal server. The interaction of key processes, including ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 are documented in the company’s quality manual and set in this EMS manual.
ISO 14001 Manual will help those who are involved in the implementation, maintenance and improvement of our performance and aid in the management of the system daily. A copy of this Environmental management system manual is available on the intranet with a copy of the environmental policy document. Such Ready made ISO 14001 Manual is also used for external purposes such as third party audits and provides customers with information about the environmental system in place covert manufacture.
Key Objectives OF ISO 14001 Manual
- To achieve good environmental standards in all activities, including reduction, reuse, recycling and disposal of waste.
- To make economic use of energy, water and transport use to reduce waste in all aspects of the business function.
- To regularly assess the environmental impact resulting from business operations and best practices remain in full knowledge or recognized.
- To communicate this Environmental Policy and Action Plan updates to all stakeholders, including customers, suppliers and employees, encouraging their active involvement in environmental issues.
The Environmental Manual is subject to review once a year or when necessary. It should be major changes in policies, organization and responsibilities of the organization during the year, the relevant sections of the manual will be reviewed at the time by the amendments issued under the procedure established document control.
September 2015 saw the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has released the new version of Environmental management system standard as ISO 14001:2015. To verify the implemented environmental management system, every organization or consultants need a effective ISO 14001:2015 Audit Checklist toolkit, which must be cover all the requirements of upgraded ISO 14001 standard.
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This manual describes the Environmental Management System (EMS) policy guidelines to meet the requirements as stated in the Environmental Policy and ISO 14001 Manual. The manual also describes the policy, objectives and responsibilities applicable to manufacturing operations.
This manual has been developed and organized to help all organizations interested in the development of an Environmental Management System (EMS) which is compatible with ISO 14001, EMS performs registration, and improves the overall environmental performance of the organization. Because every organization is different, tried to create a document that is specific enough to give the necessary tools to develop and implement an EMS, but general enough to allow flexibility to address unique characteristics.
The different sections of the manual describe each element of the ISO 14001 Manual standard and provide step by step procedures, document templates or templates and guidance to develop and implement an EMS that is appropriate to the organization and its operations. Please remember that this is a policy document and not a rigid instruction manual. All ISO elements should be addressed in your program and meet ISO requirements, but you will notice that there are a lot of flexibility allowed to meet the requirements. There are certain procedures that must be followed “to the letter “. These procedures should be obvious, but for your convenience, each of the relevant procedures will be identified appropriately.
This manual is organized in the same way that the program elements of the ISO 14001 standard. For each element of the ISO 14001 standard, you will find the actual text of the ISO 14001 standard , step by step procedures , recommendations for development and implementation of the EMS ; and examples of documents or models that can be used or adapted to the organization.