EHS Management System Development Consultants
The design and implementation of an effective management system for EHS programs supports an organisation in ensuring a structured and consistent approach to consider, address and mitigate for the EHS risks
An operational EHS Management System can also be hugely beneficial to employees and their health and wellbeing at work, as well as their productivity.
Services we offer
Management System Development, implementation and maintenance
We work with our clients to design and implement systems specific to the activities, products and services related to the business operations and stakeholder requirements.
Systems are designed to efficiently interface with a business and its operational systems; we work hard to ensure that systems developed for our clients do not add additional layers of administration.
We have the expertise in developing management systems in accordance with ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and the new ISO 45001 standard published in December 2016.
Once a management system is developed and implemented, ongoing maintenance and evolution is required and we are able to support our clients to ensure management systems continue to address key EHS risks and opportunities, and remain relevant to the operations.
Additionally, we can offer support towards the certification process to ISO14001 and OHSAS 18001.
A successful EHS program requires employees to have the awareness, knowledge, skills and an understanding associated with performing the activities and tasks required. A key part of this is understanding the EHS elements of the operations and tasks. We can provide our clients with EHS training and development through design and delivery of appropriate, focused and engaging employee training programs.
Training can be tailored to an organisation’s needs and environment. Some examples of training programs include:
- EHS Induction
- EHS Awareness in Construction
- First Aid At Work
- Emergency First Aid At Work
- Fire Warden
- Fire Risk Assessment
- Risk Assessment and Method Statements
- Ergonomics in the Workplace
- DSE Assessments
- Control of Substances Hazardous to Health
- Manual Handling