An awareness course designed to provide attendees with an introduction to environmental management systems based on the requirements of the ISO 14001:2015 standard and how this standard can be used to develop and
improve and environmental management system. In the past some companies may have seen environmental management as a luxury that they could ill afford but things are changing. Legislation designed to protect
the environment has steadily increased and many customers use environmental performance as a key selection criteria when awarding contracts. This means that a systematic approach to environmental management
can often make good commercial and financial sense..
Objectives / Benefits:
This course will equip delegates with an understanding of the development and application of environmental management techniques and how the ISO 14001:2015 standard is interpreted and implemented..
On completion of the course we expect delegates to be able to:
- Describe the purpose of an environmental management system.
- Explain the purpose, content of ISO 14001.
- Interpret the specific requirements of ISO 14001 in the context of an effectively implemented environmental management system.
ISO 45001:2018 Foundation Training
This course is designed for those needing an introduction to OHSMS. It is ideal for managers, supervisors, health and safety representatives, OH&S consultants and those with health and safety management responsibilities or anyone wishing to understand
the impact and relevance of ISO 45001:2018 to their organisations.
- Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHSMS) – introduction and key OHS concepts.
- OHSMS based on ISO 45001:2018 including the Process Approach.
- Key ISO 45001 requirements.
- Organisational context.
- OH&S Policy and Planning.
- Risks and opportunities to the OHSMS.
- Hazard identification and elimination and controls, operation, performance evaluation and improvement.
- ISO 45001:2018 requirements including; worker needs, interests and participation as well as interested parties.
- • Continual improvement of an OHSMS