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This clause requires organizations to determine and identify opportunities for improvement of the EMS. The requirement for continual improvement has been extended to ensure that the suitability and adequacy of the EMS—as well as its effectiveness—are considered in the light of enhanced environmental performance. There are some actions that are required that cover handling of corrective actions.
Firstly organizations need to react to the nonconformities and take action. Secondly they need to identify whether similar nonconformities exist or could potentially occur. This clause requires organizations to determine and identify opportunities for continual improvement of the EMS.
There is a requirement to actively look out for opportunities to improve processes, products or services; particularly with future customer requirements in mind.
Some of the factor influencing improvement includes. Corrective actions shall be appropriate to the significance of the effects of the nonconformities encountered, including the environmental impact. No EMS is perfect. Focus on correcting and preventing problems. For example, not following a procedure is an easy non-conformance to identify. However, this is really a management system non-conformance. This should be encouraged. Major and minor nonconformities can differ depending on what sector your organization operates in.
Any type of nonconformity may have a greater environmental impact at a nuclear power station than at a car parts retail facility; nonetheless, if you are handed a nonconformity you may fail your Minor nonconformities a minor deficiency that does not seriously affect the efficiency of the EMS:.
Major nonconformities a major deficiency that seriously impairs the effectiveness of the EMS:. Minor and major nonconformities can be treated slightly differently, as some minor instances can almost be fixed on the spot. However, a good practice is to use your established corrective action procedure to ensure your nonconformities are treated in the correct way in terms of root cause analysis, monitoring, and prevention of reoccurrence.
Remember that clause So, if you treat the process of repairing a nonconformity as you would with any corrective action, you will have evidence to demonstrate compliance to the auditor if executed correctly. While prevention is better than cure, we understand that in reality there will be instances where we have to fix problems identified by an auditor. The term continual improvement is used to identify the need to systematically improve different processes within the EMS in order to provide improvements overall.
It is unreasonable to expect that every process within the EMS will be improving all the time, so continual improvement is used to plan, monitor, and realize improvement in some processes that have been identified for improvement. The concept of continuous improvement is much misunderstood. Management can look elsewhere in its processes for improvement. Overall, the EMS will have been enhanced. While there are many ways that continual improvement can be planned within an EMS, two of the main processes identified in the requirements of ISO are the use of environmental objectives and risk-based thinking.
Through the proper use of these two processes you can see great benefits from continual improvement in your EMS. Environmental objectives are intended to be planned improvements to your EMS processes, a main contributor to continual improvement.
Here is an example of how this might work within an EMS. An office creates an objective to reduce their usage of paper within the office environment, to reduce the need for these natural resources and reduce the recycling requirements created by the paper. A program with the following activities is started to achieve this goal: Force all computers and printers to use double-sided printing within 1 month. Install software on all computers to better view documents on the screen rather than printing within three months.
Install software so that incoming faxes are saved as online PDF documents, which are emailed to the recipient rather than printed for review. Through applying the resources to accomplish this environmental objective, EMS improvement is achieved through fewer natural resources used and less waste being created, even if it is destined for recycling.
Like the use of environmental objectives, the application of risk-based thinking can also improve the processes of the EMS. When you identify a problem that could occur, and correct the process before the problem can happen, you are once again improving the EMS. Here is an example of how risk-based thinking could work. A waste water treatment process is tested for chemical composition and treated before release to the municipal sewage system.
It is discovered that there is a risk that errors could potentially happen with the treatment. This could lead to legal non-compliance and contamination of the sewage system should the error occur.
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An investigation into the risk finds that the root cause of this potential problem is that errors could be made with this process due to the manual nature of the treatment, which is dependent on an operator making the correct measurement to treat the waste water.
It is decided to address this risk and action is taken to install a system that performs an automatic chemical composition test and adds the correct amount of treatment to the waste before disposal. This eliminates the potential error. This is still improvement, but it occurs after an environmental incident has occurred and is less preferable to identifying the risk and addressing the problem before it happens. It is not necessarily clear from the beginning, but continual improvement is the biggest benefit that you get from implementing a successful EMS.
By making improvements, you not only reduce the environmental footprint of your organization, which is good for both your company and the world, but you can also see a financial return on kkausul from some of these activities. When you reduce the natural resources used, such as the paper reduction initiative mentioned above, you also reduce your costs and improve your bottom line.
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This is not only a win for the environment, but also a win for your company and its future success. Why not use continual improvement to make your organization better and reap the benefits? We have chosen to make our Resources freely and openly available on the web with the hope that it touches the life of thousands of readers who visits us daily. We hope our blog has helped in enhancing the knowledge of our readers and added value to organization and their implementers.
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The organization should consider the results from analysis and evaluation of environmental performance, evaluation of compliance, Internal audits and management review when taking action to improve. Examples of improvement include corrective action, continual improvement, breakthrough change, innovation and iiso. One of the key purposes of an environmental management system is to act as a preventive tool.
The concept of preventive action is now captured in Clause 4.
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