|Environment Management System ISO 14001|
TMSA Training Requirement 10a
Entry Criteria: All Officers
Course Duration: 1 Day
ISO 14001 is a voluntary international standard introduced in 1996, to support environmental protection and the prevention of pollution in balance with socio-economic needs. It specifies strict standards of an environmental management system for ships and enables an organization to establish and assess the effectiveness of its own anti-pollution and energy conservation procedures according to set objectives and the ability of the company and its nominated ships to conform to such international environmental standards.
Participants shall have:
- Knowledge of ISO 14001 and the purpose of their implementation in the shipping industry.
- Know the key elements of ISO 14001 EMS and how to go about EMS.
- Understand that compliance with ISO 14001 rules demonstrates the organization's commitment to responsible environmental performance.
Contents of the course
- Identify key components of ISO 14001 and EMS.
- Evaluate environmental aspects and impacts from various shipboard operations.
- Environmental Management System objectives.
- Assess the performance of the EMS system.
- Setting targets for continual improvement.
- Audit and Certification process.
|Please find below the list of documents required to get on the first day of the classroom course.|
- 2 passport size photographs,
- Copies of Passport, CDC, COC & INDOS No.