An Environmental Management System (EMS) is a set of practices and procedures that help a company reduce environmental impacts while increasing operating efficiency and addressing regulatory demands. This proactive approach can help reduce the risk of non-compliance and improve health and safety practices for employees and the public.
An EMS can also help address non-regulated issues, such as energy conservation, and it can demonstrate an organization’s commitment to environmental sustainability and employee well-being, as well as help control operational costs.
Establishing a successful EMS requires an intimate knowledge of EMS standards, coupled with experienced personnel to carry out the task. SCS Engineers specializes in all aspects of EMS planning and implementation, the basic elements of which include:
SCS Engineers is uniquely qualified to provide EMS services, having participated in the development and update of EMS standards as a member of the U.S. Technical Advisory Group (US TAG) to the Technical Committee 207 (TC 207) of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). The US TAG to ISO TC 207 represents the U.S. in development and promulgation of the ISO 14000 series of international standards for environmental management systems.
SCS Engineers’ EMS consulting services include: Environmental management plans reduce risk and help plan for EPA and OSHA policy change.
Our professional staff are experienced, well-qualified engineers, scientists, and technicians who can help you achieve your environmental management goals with practical, cost-effective solutions.