Managing Environment

Managing Environment
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  • Introduction to Environmental Management
  • Why Manage Environment
  • What is Environment, Pollution, Sustainable Development
  • Specific Hazards
  • Principles of ISO 14001
  • Common Law, Statute Law
  • Environmental Legislation
  • IPC and LAPC, Waste on Land, Statutory Nuisance
  • Role of Europe in Environmental Legislation
  • Water Legislation
  • Water Industry Considerations
  • Regulatory Control
  • Definition of Controlled Water
  • Environmental Impacts of Water Consumption
  • Pollution Prevention Techniques
  • Practical Measures to Reduce Water Consumption
  • Air
  • Environmental Protection Legislation
  • History of Air Pollution Control
  • Common Law Duties
  • Environmental Impacts of Air Pollution
  • Transport & Traffic Management
  • Waste Management Legislation
  • Contaminated Land
  • What is Waste
  • Environmental Impacts of Waste Disposal
  • Practical Measures for Waste Reduction
  • Energy Management Legislation
  • Environmental Impacts of Energy Consumption
  • Practical Measures to Reduce Energy Consumption
  • Alternative Energy Sources
This course is for those who need to manage environmental issues in compliance with their organisation’s policy, legislation and best practice. Aim: To ensure that people in positions of responsibility appreciate the environmental issues relating to their working processes and develop an understanding of how to manage them. Course Objectives: On successful completion of the course, delegates should be able to: •    Identify hazards to the environment both generally and from an organisational perspective •    Apply management principles and advise on good management practice relating to environmental issues •    Communicate environmental practices effectively to all levels of staff in an organisation, including senior management •    Introduce environmental reviews taking into account current good practice •    Explain the component parts of an environmental management system such as ISO 14001 •    Recognise that adequate and appropriate information, training and supervision relating to environmental issues is required for employees; and •    Identify the responsibilities of organisations regarding compliance with environmental legislation Course Content: Managing Environmental Responsibilities comprises six core modules with the option of a further module that can be specific to the organisation. A total direct input of 24 hours plus assessment time is required. The delivery timetable is flexible and the modules can be developed to be organisation focused. Module 1: An Introduction to the environmental issues and their management By the end of the module delegates should be able to: •  Appreciate the environment and recognise the impact of their organisation in terms of both overall scope and ‘environmental footprint’ •  Prepare a financial,...

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