Environmental Aspects - Gaining Control by Environmental Assurance

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1 Environmental Aspects - Gaining Control by Environmental Assurance Dr. Rainer Feld BSI Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved.

2 Who is BSI Leading Global Standards Creation Body: British, European, ISO, Public, Private The UK National Standards Body: The source of British Standards Experienced: The world s first National Standards Bodyestablished in 1901 and a founding member of ISO Thought Leaders: Shaped the world s most adopted standards, incl. ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS Specialist Focus on Standards Creation, Training and Certification Global Network: 80,000 clients in 172 countries worldwide including governments, global brands and SME s Trusted: We re a Royal Charter Company, reinvesting profits back into our business to improve our clients experience Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 22/03/2016 2

3 Over 100 years facilitating trade and improving business Product Specification Standards Business Process Standards Business Potential Standards Beginning in 1901, initial Standards focused on product specifications to harmonize and facilitate commerce and reduce duplication Railroad gauges Steel specifications Construction standards Agricultural commodities Consumer and electrical products Personal safety equipment Medical devices Product Specification Standards remain relevant today driving interoperability and innovation in areas such as smart cities and regenerative medicine (e.g. stem cells) The next generation of standards focused on business processes to ensure consistent quality output BSI shaped the original standards for: Quality Management (ISO 9001) Information Security (ISO/IEC 27001) Environment Management (ISO 14001) Health & Safety (OHSAS 18001) IT Services Management (ISO/IEC ) Business Continuity (ISO 22301) Sustainable Events (ISO 20121) BSI s new generation of Standards are centred around people behaviour and valuesto help organizations reach their full potential and protect their corporate reputation Key standards include: Anti-Bribery Corporate Social Responsibility Collaborative Business Relationships Product Specification Standards Founded Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 3

4 Environmental Impacts Activities to Manage the Environment Feasibility Pre-Production Delivery Evaluation Legacy Boundary of control Aspects arising from Production under your direct control Aspects arising that you can influence Aspects arising that you cannot influence Boundary of influence Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 4

5 Environmental Management System ISO 14001:2015 Leadership Emphasis for senior managers to be involved in the management system Risk Risk-based thinking incorporated into requirements Context of Organization Relevant needs of interested parties Environmental Performance Focus on environment and improving performance. Process Approach Adoption of a process approach Documented Information Flexible approach Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 22/03/2016 5

6 A management system moves an organisation into a more strategically active position Typical Wait Identify Strategically driven Plan Implement Cure/ limit damage React Review Check Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 6

7 UK GovPrinciples EMS in the social context Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 7

8 Environmental Aspects Key Impacts Policy Legal Requirements Focus Key impacts Organisation s Objectives Interested parties Environmental Aspects Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 8

9 6.1.3 Compliance obligations BS EN ISO 14001:2015 The organization shall: a) determine and have access to the compliance obligations related to its environmental aspects; b) determine how these compliance obligations apply to the organization; c) take these compliance obligations into accountwhen establishing, implementing, maintaining and continually improving its environmental management system. The organization shall maintain documented information of its compliance obligations. NOTE Compliance obligations can result in risks and opportunities to the organization.. Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 9

10 9.1.2 Evaluation of compliance BS EN ISO 14001:2015 The organization shall establish, implement and maintain the process(es) needed to evaluate fulfilment of its compliance obligations. The organization shall: a) determine the frequency that compliance will be evaluated; b) evaluate compliance and take action if needed Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 10

11 Additonal requirement s according to EMAS B2 Legal Compliance Organisations wishing to register with EMAS shall be able to demonstrate that they: (1) haveidentiefiedandknowtheimplicationstotheorganisatinofall applicable legal requirements relating to the environment identified during the environmental review (2)provide for legal compliance with environmental legislation, including permits and permits limits; and (3)have procedures in place that enbable the organisation to meet these requirements aon an ongoing Basis Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 11

12 EMS Value to Operators and Regulators Competent Authority Operator Permits & Supervision of Compliance Management of Compliance Evidence of compliance or (otherwise) Inspection Management System (management and 3rd Party assurance of compliance) Evaluation and records Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 12

13 Certification vrs. Verification Certification according to ISO Assessing EM-Systems effectiveness Verification according to EMAS Validation of the Environmental Statement Assessing EM-Systems effectiveness Assurance of legal compliance Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 13

14 EMAS Verification Process Validation of the Environmental Statement 1 4 Registration under EMAS requires certification bodies to conduct an extra step of statement validation Stage 1 Stage 2 Statement, audit programme and data Environmental impacts and compliance Operation of EMS EMAS Registration Statement Validation Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 14

15 Registration of Auditors & Verifiers UK UKAS gives accreditation to Certification Body (e.g. BSI) for ISO The CB qualifies an reviews Auditors UKAS gives accreditation to Certification Body for EMAS The CB qualifies an reviews Verifiers UKAS accepts verifiers UKAS is the national accreditation body under REGULATION (EC) No 765/2008 UKAS audits the CB annually Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 15

16 Registration of Auditors & Verifiers Germany DAkkS gives accreditation to Certification Bodies (e.g. BSI) for ISO The CB qualifies an reviews Auditors DAkkSaudits the CB annually DAkkSis the national accreditation body under REGULATION (EC) No 765/2008 DAU Registers EMAS Verifiers DAU examines & registers the verifiers DAU audits the verifiers on site DAU reviews the Verifiers Assurance Statement & Report (sampling) DAU registers CBs upon their verifiers qualification DAU is the National body for the accreditation of Environmental Verfiers Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 16

17 EMAS Differences between UK and Germany UK EMAS accreditation is only for EMAS ISO accreditation is only for ISO Germany EMAS accreditation is for various assurance mandatory by European or German Legislation -EMAS accreditation includes ISO and Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 17

18 Laws requiring assurance and certification by an EMAS accredited body (or alternatives) Germany EDL-G (Energy Efficiency act) EfbV(Regulation for Registration of Waste Management Companies) VerpackV (End of live Packaging) Alt-Fahrzeugverordnung(End of Live Cars) ElektroG(End of Live Electrical Equipment) EEG (Renewable Energy act) -reducing electricity cost for Companies with high energy consumption -premium for Combined Heat and Power and the use of special fuel (Biomass, Manure) SpaEfV( Regulation for Energy Tax Breaks) Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 18

19 Leaders use EMAS Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 19

20 Sustainability Report 2014 Certification. Our production locations worldwide are certified in accordance with ISO and are regularly audited to determine whether they meet the requirements of this environmental management system. As a result, over 98 percent of all Daimler employees work within the framework of a certified environmental management system. In addition, almost all German locations are certified in accordance with the EU Eco Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS). A total of 18 locations including our major plants already have energy management systems that are certified in accordance with ISO Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 20

21 Mandatory Assurance in line with EU -Regulations Permits & Licenses Compliance Cost(Tax) Reduction Copyright 2014 BSI. All rights reserved. 21

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