About This Course
In June 2014 IMO’s Maritime Safety Committee adopted amendments to the International Safety Management (ISM) Code which entered into force on 1 January 2015.
The changes, as detailed in Resolution MSC.353(92) – “Amendments to the International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention (International Safety Management (ISM) Code)”, concern manning levels on vessels and a requirement for periodic confirmation that work practices on board and ashore are in accordance with and fulfil the requirements of the ISM Code.
All shipping companies are committed to implement ISO 14001 as their obligation towards environment protection, which has been of great concern to each and every living being on this planet.
Overall awareness towards protection of environment needs to be created amongst all individuals on board and in office by motivating and training them.
ISO14001 is an Environmental Management System (EMS) that uses a continual improvement approach in achieving and demonstrating sound environmental performance. The goal is for organizations to control the impacts that their activities, products and services have on the environment.
ISO 14000 is the standard, and ISO 14001 is the document containing the requirements.
Organizations are becoming increasingly concerned in achieving & demonstrating sound environmental performance, often delivering cost savings. Marketing Tool Shows customers, shareholders, vendors, etc. that you are a “Good Corporate Citizen, It is Everyone’s Job to Protect the Environment”.
This training program will provide participants with an overview of the purpose and requirements of ISO 14001 as a tool for the management of environmental aspects and impacts.
Upon completion of the training, The trainee will be able to understand the purpose of an Environmental Management System (EMS) and describe the ISO 14001 standard.
The Student will also have knowledge of the requirements and the legislative framework relevant to an EMS.