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Welcome to ISO -Learning session

Welcome to ISO -Learning session




Objective



What is ISO?



Objectives of ISO?



The principle



The mechanism of ISO



ISO 14000 - Environmental System



ISO 14000 - Requirements



ISO 14000 - Terminology



Dos and Don'ts



Dos and Don'ts



Benifits



ISO - 18000 (OHSAS)



OHSAS - Terminology



Activities with identified risks



Activities with identified risks



Risk controls



Checks to achieve objectives



Benefits



Thank you







WELCOME TO

ISO – LEARNING SESSION

What is ISO ? 

ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is a world wide federation of national Standards Institutes of 138 countries.
Created in 1947 at Geneva, Switzerland.

Objectives of ISO

To promote the development of standardization and related activities.
To assure customer the worth of his spending.
To keep companies abide by the environmental obligation
To make management accountable for employees Health & Safety

The Principle

The Mechanism of ISO

ISO 14000 – ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM

International standard supports
Environment protection, Prevent pollution, Waste management
air, water, land, natural resources, flora, neighborhood etc.
global warming, acid rain, depletion of Ozone layer, particulates, greenhouse gases, noise

ISO 14000 - Requirements

Environmental Policy
Planning
Implementation & operation
Checking & Corrective Action
Environmental Management Review

ISO 14000 - Terminology


ASPECT

element of an organization's
activities,products or services 
that can interact with environment.

IMPACT

any change in environment due
 to organization's
 activities/products/processes

PREVENTION OF  

POLLUTION

means avoid, reduce or
 control pollution


WASTE MANAGEMENT

Reduce, Recycle , Reuse

Dos & Don’ts



INDOOR AIR QUALITY
avoid smoking inside office
FUEL CONSERVATION
service vehicles regularly
pollution checks regularly
pool vehicles, drive at economic speeds
REDUCE WATER WASTAGE, PAPER WASTAGES
conserve water, paper


Dos & Don’ts


PURCHASE
Check environmental aspects of products
ENERGY CONSERVATION
Inspect , operate and maintain electrical equipment's properly and regularly
switch off lights of conference rooms, cabins etc.  when not in use
use electric heaters, ovens, blowers optimally and switch off after
use promptly
PAPER CONSERVATION
use computer mails to maximum
use Photostat , prints when absolutely required
use both sides of paper for rough use
use recycled paper for writing pads, visiting cards etc.


BENEFITS


Competitive Edge-Critical customers demand ISO compliance
Positive Image of responsible Environment Leadership-maintain good public & community relations
improved Market Image and market share



ISO – 18000 ( OHSAS)




OHSAS 18001:  is an assessment specification for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems. It developed from the need for companies
 to meet their health and safety obligations in an efficient manner.
OHSAS : Occupational Health & Safety Assessment
          Series
OHSMS: Occupational Health & Safety
Management Systems



OHSAS - TERMINOLOGY



Occupational health  -conditions or factors that affect the health & well being of employees, temporary workers, contractor personnel, visitors
Hazard-source or situation with a potential for harm
in terms of injury or ill health, property damage or combination of these
Risk-combination of the likelihood and consequences
of a specified hazardous event
Risk Analysis : Actions to reduce / eliminate  the consequences leading to accidents / incidents


Activities with identified risks



Risk Controls




CHECKS to achieve objectives



BENEFITS






  - Risks  and losses will be minimised
 - Compliance to rules, legislation, company standards and practices
 - Improved safety and occupational health
 - Reliable operations of man & machinery
-Reduced accidents, pollution, costs,
    absenteeism, claims
- Improved human potential output 

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