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Environmental management E363 lecture 10 TQEMISO

E363
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
LECTURE 10 – TQEM, ISO

Dr. Nguyen Thi Hoang Lien
nguyenthihoanglien@hus.edu.vn
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WHAT IS TQEM/TQM?
TQEM - Total Quality Environmental
Management
TQM – Total Quality Management
Focus on “doing it right the first time”
“doing
it better the second and third times” (Kanter,
1997; Hammer, 1996)
Used as a construct for simplifying the
implementation of global metastandards for
environmental management developed by the
ISO

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WHAT IS ISO?
• ISO – the International Standardization
Organization
• Has developed auditable conformance
standards that are designed to enhance product
quality (the ISO 9000 series) and the
environmental quality (the ISO 14000 series)

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WHAT IS ISO 14000
• ISO 14000 is a series of international standards
on environmental management
• ISO 14000 provides a framework for the
development of an environmental management
system and the supporting audit program

4


ISO 14000
LCA

EMS
EIA

EA

EL

EAPS

EMS – Environmental Management System
EIA – Environmental Impact Assessment
EA – Environmental Auditing
LCA – Life Cycle Assessment

EL – Environmental Labeling
EAPS – Environmental Aspects in Product Standards

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ISO 14000 SERIES STANDARDS
• ISO 14001 specifies a framework of control for
an Environmental Management System
• ISO 14004 provides guidance on the
development
and
implementation
of
environmental management systems
• ISO 14010 provides general principles of
environmental auditing (now superseded by
ISO 19011)
• ISO 14011 provides specific guidance on audit
an environmental management system (now
superseded by ISO 19011)
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• ISO 14012 provides guidance on qualification
criteria for environmental auditors and lead
auditors (now superseded by ISO 19011)
• ISO 14013/5 provides audit program review
and assessment material
• ISO 14020+ labeling issues
• ISO
14030+
provides
guidance
on
performance targets and monitoring within an
Environmental Management System
• ISO 14040+ covers life cycle issues
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WHAT MUST A COMMUNITY DO TO
HAVE AN EMS THAT MEETS ISO
14001?
• A policy statement which includes commitments

to
prevention
of
pollution,
continual
improvement of the EMS leading to
improvements
in
overall
environmental
performance, and compliance with all applicable
statutory and regulatory requirements.
• Identification of all aspects of the community
organization's activities, products, and services
that could have a significant impact on the
environment, including those that are not
regulated.
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• Setting performance objectives and targets for
the management system which link back to the
three commitments established in the
community or organization's policy (i.e.
prevention
of
pollution,
continual
improvement, and compliance).
• Implementing the EMS to meet these
objectives. This includes activities like training
of employees, establishing work instructions
and practices, and establishing the actual
metrics by which the objectives and targets will
be measured.
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• Establishing a program to periodically audit the
operation of the EMS.
• Checking and taking corrective and preventive
actions when deviations from the EMS occur,
including
periodically
evaluating
the
organization's compliance with applicable
regulatory requirements.
• Undertaking periodic reviews of the EMS by top
management to ensure its continuing
performance and making adjustments to it, as
necessary.
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