ISO 14001 Environmental Management System Lead Auditor and Internal Auditor Training
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ISO 14001 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM LEAD AUDITOR TRAINING
Who should attend?
Those who need detailed information about EMS audit process,
Those who carry out ISO 14001 certification in their organizations,
Management representatives, Engineers, and Consultants,
Those who are responsible for and those who want to implement EMS based on ISO 14001 requirements in their organizations,
Those who carry out EMS internal audits in their organizations,
Those who wish to become an IRCA Certified Auditor / Lead Auditor,
Persons interested in performing first-party, second-party, and third-party audits,
Persons responsible for environmental compliance in an organization.
Environmental performance is accorded secondary status in most companies. This is generally because Quality & Safety are considered to have more of an immediate and impact particularly in relation to legal compliance and keeping the customer happy. As a result Environmental issues are normally only addressed as and when they arise, usually too late. What most companies don't take into account is the fact that environmental impacts tend to be long term and cumulative and generally have an impact outside the boundaries of the site and on the community. The effect is therefore less apparent and easier to overlook or ignore. Companies are generally aware they have a responsibility for the environment and believe they are operating in an environmentally sensitive manner. In reality only a small number of companies are even aware of the environmental legislation to which they are subject. As a result, only a handful are able to truthfully claim they are in compliance or are sensitive to the environment.
A shocked acceptance of their limited understanding of the legislation applying to them. How inadequate their environmental performance has been and the costs associated with this inadequacy. The realisation of the potential risks and liabilities they face in an environment of increasingly stringent legislation and litigation. The potential for cost savings. Generally companies look only at the cost of implementing a management system. They overlook the potential savings from reduced levels of waste, resource usage and more efficient means of pollution control. Not forgetting the longer term reduction in potential liability costs. Improved operational efficiency. Reduce costs by minimising waste and energy consumption. Motivation and retention of staff. Minimise risk and potential liability from litigation. Give confidence to customers and local communities of a company's caring and The company becomes more attractive to ethical investors in a climate of eco-friendly portfolios. EMS compliant companies project an enhanced green image It provides marketing and branding opportunities Give confidence to customers and local communities of a company's caring and professional approach to its business.
Those who attend the entire training and succeed in the written examination to be made at the completion of the training shall receive “IRCA Approved Achievement Certification”.