Agenda • Corrective/Preventative Action • Internal Auditing • Management Review
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Nonconformance and Corrective and Preventative Action • What is it? • How to implement it? • Take advantage of the ISO9000 Corrective Action Process • One exception:… be sure to implement and record any changes in the documented procedures as a result of corrective/preventative actions.
Internal Auditing • What is it? • How to implement it? • Again, take advantage of existing ISO9001 internal auditing process. • Use existing ISO9001 auditors. • Document your findings well, and ensure they get closed through the Corrective Action Process • Have a detailed schedule of audits.
Management Review Agenda • Review minutes of previous management review meeting • Review results of internal audit programs • Review internal audit schedule and performance • Review non-conformities identified and closure activities. Determine whether there are any patterns to non-conformities identified. • Determine that the auditing process is properly identifying non-conformance and assuming the necessary corrective action is implemented in an effective and timely manner.
Agenda Continued... • Review Emergency Preparedness and Response • Review any environmental incidents that occurred since the previous management review meeting. • Was the emergency plan implemented? Was the response adequate? What revisions were required?
Agenda Continued... • Review Continual Improvement • Review objectives and targets • Review progress towards achieving objective, targets and time commitments • Determine need to adjust existing objectives and targets, and to set additional objectives and targets to conform to the environmental policy. Consider significant aspects, and views of interested parties. • Is the current organization designated to effectively manage the environmental issues identified by the EMS? • Review results of the latest Environmental Task Force review
Agenda Continued... • Review EMS Suitability • Identify business changes (i.e. activities, products, services, personnel) • Does the environmental policy encompass any changes? • Does the EMS encompass any changes? [Consider regulatory requirements, aspects (significant and non-significant), objectives and targets, and EMPs.]
Agenda Continued... • Other issues as identified by the environmental management representatives or the environmental management members • Task force schedule next management review meeting