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Reinvigorating Environmental Management: Can the new EMS standard help drive improvement in the environmental outcomes from your business?

Published 18th May 17 1:00 PM

Join us at this interactive PEP event to discuss the main implications of the new version of the international standard for environmental management systems (ISO 14001:2015).

Find out about the key changes in the new version of ISO 14001 and learn about proven good practice EMS experiences.

Examine the critical elements of an effective Environmental Management System (EMS), in both integrated and standalone approaches to business management.

Through an interactive workshop format, discover practical solutions to;

How can the new standard be used to drive improvement?

Is it possible to move beyond “box-ticking” and achieve genuine improvement in environmental performance?

About our speaker:

This workshop will be led by EIANZ Member, Julie Dickson, a highly experienced environmental and risk management professional, EIANZ Certified Lead Environmental Practitioner (CEnvP), and Director of Dickson Environmental Consulting & Audit (DECA).

Julie has had a strong interest in the environment since her university days of the late 1970s, however her ambition to work in the environmental field began to be realised in the mid-nineties when she went back to Macquarie University to undertake a Master of Environmental Management degree. Julie has worked extensively in the energy, construction, engineering and waste sectors as an environmental advisor, manager, auditor, trainer and consultant for over 20 years and is passionate about using the potential of EMS standards to improve the environmental and sustainability outcomes of businesses.

With the release of the new ISO 14001:2015 standard, Julie has helped businesses transition to the new standard and has undertaken certification audits against the new standard as a Lead Environmental Auditor with several certification bodies. The changes to the ISO 14001 standard have the potential to further drive environmental and sustainability outcomes and Julie is at the forefront of witnessing and assessing the changes the companies need to make to meet the new requirements.

Registration & networking from 5.30pm – Workshop 6.00pm

Event details

When: 20 Jun 2017
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Where: KBR
Level 13 – 201 Kent St, Sydney NSW 2000

Cost: $20.00 Members / $40.00 Non-Members

Registrations Open: 18th May 17 5:00 PM

Registrations Close: 20th Jun 17 8:00 PM

Places Available: 10

Contact: Event enquiries nsw@eianz.org / Registration enquiries office@eianz.org

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Published 18th May 17 1:00 PM