Integrating Environmental Management System (EMS ...

Integrating Environmental Management System (EMS ...

Integrating Environmental Management System (EMS) Requirements and Work Controls April 21, 2004 Denny Hjeresen, EMS Team Lead, LANL Gene Turner, NNSA Lead, LASO Gap Analysis Results LANL has most of the required EMS tools in place but has not integrated them into a usable system. There is a need for top management engagement. Gaps exist in training. Mechanisms needed to integrate across organizations and requirements. UNCLASSIFIED Integration of Programs

LANL EMS Core Team and Element Teams Built from the Division Level up Linked to Integrated Safety Management Implementing lab-wide communications now Revisions to ISM Description Document done My LANL Portal, Web Access, Software integration Website: http://ems.lanl.gov/test EMS Communications Plan - continuous development Meshing EMS with Integrated Work Controls Phase II of Integrated Work Management Program links environment, security and quality controls UNCLASSIFIED Environmental Requirements in Integrated Work Mgmt. Environmental issues equally weighted

with safety, health and security Process identifies environmental aspects and impacts and their controls Process projects waste volumes Process identifies environmentally preferable alternatives Process requires waste disposition pathway and waste management checklist UNCLASSIFIED Combined Efforts Environmental Management System (EMS) developing: Integrated Work Controls developing:

Activity-based environmental aspects and impacts and prioritizing Work approval process Automated Hazard Identification Tool RCRA Corrective Actions developing: Root cause analysis Corrective Actions UNCLASSIFIED Linkage route RRCA Lessons Worker Feedback Environmental Impacts Management Review Hazards Post-job evaluation Work Controls Pre-job Checking

Outcomes and Benefits Integrates environment, safety, health and security into the lifecycle of work Inserts RCRA tools into work processes Provides tracking of wastes Uses pollution prevention to reduce risk Raises worker awareness of environmental issues, including RCRA, for continuous improvement UNCLASSIFIED Completed EMS Progress - 4/21/04 In Process Ide tem Sy s ing dat Up e ss ro c wP vie Re ent m

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A sp o ns ati niz y rga olic fy O al P nti tion titu Ins Next Steps Management Review Policy Planning Implementation Checking and Corrective Action EMS 12/04

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