MEM-112 Environmental Management System Key Performance Indicator
Schedule and Hours
When implementing an Environmental Management System (EMS) using the requirements of ISO 14001, you will probably have heard the term key performance indicators used, but what are these? The term is not used within the ISO 14001 standard, and therefore is not something that you need to do for your EMS, but they can be very helpful in controlling, maintaining, and improving your system. Here’s more on how key performance indicators can help you with your EMS.
For the EMS, the question is what features of this process do we need to monitor for it to meet the environmental performance requirements that we have defined for the process to meet? While these may be related to the key performance indicators you have defined for the quality performance of the process, they will most likely not be the same. So, how do you define the EMS process key performance indicators? Setting the right key performance indicators is crucial thing is that you monitor and control the appropriate of your environmental performance as well as your significant environmental aspects in order to prevent significant environmental impacts. This will make your processes better for the environment and meet the objective of implementing an EMS
Understanding what is key performance indicators in ISO 14001
Guidance on setting EMS KPI
Guidance on environmental performance monitoring and improvement
ISO14001:2015 principle and concept
Environmental aspect and risk management
Environmental KPI setting methodology
Environmental performance monitoring and improvement
This course is designed for those who need to have a working knowledge of the requirements of the ISO 14001 standard, key personnel in the organization on implementing environmental management system and have responsibilities to improve then environment performance, such as but not limited to:
Those who plan or implementing an environmental management system
ISO 14001 auditors and quality professionals
This is a 1-day programme. This course runs from 9:00am – 5:00pm with an hour for lunch and periodic short breaks.
This is an intensive session designed to include as much discussion as possible. Lunch and breaks provide an opportunity for further questioning and discussion with the instructors. Public Training Schedule: