HEALTH, SAFETY, SUSTAINABILITY

ISO 20121 Event Sustainability Management System

ISO 20121 is an international standard, which specifies the practices that organizations in the events industry need to have in place in order to improve the sustainability of their services, products and/or general activities. The standard guides organizations of all sizes in the management of social, economic and environmental impacts. While addressing these aspects, the standard also addresses every stage of the events’ supply chain. Considering that the standard is flexible itself, it responds to the unique culture and nature of multiple organizations organizing the event.

ISO 14001 Environmental Management

ISO 14001 is a widely recognized international standard which specifies the requirements for organizations that want to enhance their environmental performance and increase their operational efficiency. The framework that is based on ISO 14001 will help organizations manage their short-term and long-term processes through the use of efficient resources, which will have a positive impact on the environment.

ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System

ISO 22000 is a globally accepted international standard, which specifies the requirements for food safety management systems. Established in 2005, ISO 22000 is applicable to all organizations involved in the food chain, whose main objective is to ensure food safety. The standard outlines a framework which harmonizes all parts of the food supply chain, from producer to consumer, and helps you reduce food hazards, control the risks and prevent contamination.

ISO 26000 Social Responsibility

ISO 26000 is an international standard, which was developed to provide guidance on how to behave in a socially responsible way. This standard is applicable to all organizations, whose aim is to contribute to the health and wellbeing of society, regardless of their size or industry. ISO 26000 is a guidance standard that helps organizations to enhance their operational processes and ensure healthy ecosystem.

ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety

ISO 45001 is a newly developed international standard, which outlines the requirements for occupational health and safety. The standard is applicable to organizations of all sizes, whose aim is to manage the prevention of workplace injuries, ill-health, and deaths. In addition, ISO 45001 aims to establish a safe working environment and continual improvement of occupational health and safety performance. ISO 45001 will replace OHSAS 18001 and will become the next “to go” standard for occupational health and safety.

18001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System

OHSAS 18001 is an international standard on occupational health and safety which was designed to help organizations identify, control and minimize their health and safety risks.
The standard provides a framework which specifies the necessary policies and procedures that an organization should follow in order to establish the best working environment and prioritize the health and safety of its employees.

ISO 18788 Security Operations Management System

ISO 18788 specifies the requirements and provides guidance for organizations that conduct or contract security operations. Moreover, it provides a framework for establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining and improving a Security Operations Management System. It enables the constant development of security services, while ensuring customer safety and respect for human rights. This standard demonstrates compliance with laws and regulations, respect for human rights, and the establishment of professional security operations to better meet the customer’s and stakeholder’s needs.

ISO 50001 Energy Management System

As an international standard, ISO 50001 specifies the requirements for organizations to develop, implement, and improve Energy Management Systems. This allows organizations to follow a specific framework that helps them achieve continual improvement in energy performance, efficiency, usage, and consumption. This framework specifies the measurements, documents, and reports, which enable organizations to monitor the progress of their processes and employees towards energy performance. ISO 50001 requires organizations to establish new policies for an efficient use of energy, to set aims and objectives to meet those policies and review their impacts; genuinely attempting to achieve continuous improvements of energy management

Accident Investigation

Accident Investigation is the process of identifying, analyzing and controlling the root cause of accidents which lead to work injuries, damages; property losses or even human loses. Accident Investigation is critical in the future prevention of harmful incidents, because once the causes are examined and determined, you can establish precautionary measures to resolve hazards before they occur.

Environmental Emergency Preparedness and Response

Given that environmental emergency situations not only cause causalities and agricultural destruction, but also cause outbreaks of multiple diseases, one needs to build a more integrated response system and combine multiple response approaches to cope with the intensifying environmental emergencies. Environmental Emergency Preparedness and Response provides a framework that will enable you to effectively respond to emergency situations that may have adverse environmental impacts. 

ISO 14015 - Environmental Assessment of Sites and Organizations

ISO 14015 provides a systematic process on how to conduct an Environmental Assessment of Sites and Organizations. Purchasing and selling business units gives rise to many questions regarding compliance with environmental regulations. This standard, therefore, presents guidelines on properly determining the risk of acquiring property that holds a strategic benefit for the company, while avoiding any adverse cost and legal liability. The guidelines can be used by organizations of all sizes, operating anywhere in the world.

Pandemic Planning

A pandemic plan should present how an organization will continue to deliver essential services during an event with substantial employee absenteeism. This training course describes also the measures that the organization will implement and apply when coping with pandemics. This intervention explains how the organization will reduce the contact between people to help prevent the outbreak of an infection.

ISO 14063 Environmental Communication

Environmental communication has become increasingly important due to increased environmental concerns and awareness among organizations seeking to attain and deliver information regarding their environmental practices and response to environmental issues. ISO 14063 provides guidance to an organization on the general principles, policy, strategy and activities related to both internal and external interested parties to establish a mutual understanding on environmental issues, aspects and performance.

ISO 14062 Sustainable Product and Design

ISO 14062 provides the concepts and practices associated with the integration of environmental aspects into product design and development. This standard is relevant when developing sector-specific documents. All products and services might have an impact on the environment, which can be minimal or significant and can occur at different levels such as local, regional, and global or a combination of them.

ISO 14051 Material Flow Cost Accounting

ISO 14051 provides a general framework for material flow cost accounting. By definition, Material Flow Cost Accounting (MFCA) is an Environmental Management Accounting tool designed to reduce environmental impacts, while generating financial benefits. The MFCA analysis shows a material loss in production processes by using the instrument of mass balances. MFCA applies to all businesses and organizations that use materials and energy, regardless of their size, structure, products, services, or location.

Environmental Risk Assessment

Environmental Risk Assessment is the process of identifying and assessing the threats affecting the environment and/or human health. The sources of environmental threats are very diverse. Some are natural such as earthquakes, while others may come as a result of human activity, such as industrialization and urbanization, release of air pollutants and toxic chemicals. Environmental Risk Assessment can be performed in a number of areas, including the genetically modified organisms, pesticides, and plant pests.

ISO 14031 Environmental Performance Evaluation

Environmental Performance Evaluation is used to evaluate, measure, report and communicate the environmental performance of an organization based on the management’s criteria. The Environmental Performance Evaluation (EPE) provides a strong and continuous process by using indicators to compare present and past performance with the criteria established by the organization. These criteria enable organizations to seek continual improvement in the environmental performance and enhance effectiveness and profitability. This standard is designed for all organizations, regardless of type, size, location and complexity.

Hazard Identification and OH&S Risk Assessment

Hazard identification is the process of inspecting each task and work area for the purpose of identifying work-related hazards. Whereas, risk assessment is the process of assessing risks associated with the identified hazards as to be able to understand the nature of the risk. The Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment training will help you fully understand all work-related threats by becoming knowledgeable on measures and techniques necessary to identify, prevent, prepare, mitigate, respond to and recover from myriad hazards.

Environmental Risk Assessment

Environmental Risk Assessment is the process of identifying and assessing the threats affecting the environment and/or human health. The sources of environmental threats are very diverse. Some are natural such as earthquakes, while others may come as a result of human activity, such as industrialization and urbanization, release of air pollutants and toxic chemicals. Environmental Risk Assessment can be performed in a number of areas, including the genetically modified organisms, pesticides, and plant pests.

ISO 14031 Environmental Performance Evaluation

Environmental Performance Evaluation is used to evaluate, measure, report and communicate the environmental performance of an organization based on the management’s criteria. The Environmental Performance Evaluation (EPE) provides a strong and continuous process by using indicators to compare present and past performance with the criteria established by the organization. These criteria enable organizations to seek continual improvement in the environmental performance and enhance effectiveness and profitability. This standard is designed for all organizations, regardless of type, size, location and complexity.

Hazard Identification and OH&S Risk Assessment

Hazard identification is the process of inspecting each task and work area for the purpose of identifying work-related hazards. Whereas, risk assessment is the process of assessing risks associated with the identified hazards as to be able to understand the nature of the risk. The Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment training will help you fully understand all work-related threats by becoming knowledgeable on measures and techniques necessary to identify, prevent, prepare, mitigate, respond to and recover from myriad hazards.

ISO 14044 Environmental Life-cycle Assessment

ISO 14044 provides guidelines for life-cycle assessment. Our course explores the definition, objectives and scope of the Life-cycle Assessment. The following phases are life-cycle inventory analysis, life-cycle impact assessment, life-cycle interpretation, reporting and critical review of the LCA, limitations of the LCA, relationship between the different phases of the LCA, and conditions for use of value choices and optional elements. In simple terms, it is a tool used to assess the potential environmental impacts of a product, material, process, or activity.

ISO 37101 Management Systems for Sustainable Development in Communities

ISO 37101 is an international standard which specifies the requirements of and provides guidance on the establishment of a management system for sustainable development in communities. The standard aims to help communities establish a framework that allows them to improve their standing in their social, economic and environmental aspects. The requirements of the standard can be applied to communities of all sizes in their sustainable development efforts towards smart, more resilient and more efficient infrastructure and ultimately help improve their overall well-being.