ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System - RABQSA Certified 36 hour Lead Auditor Course
Learn about the latest techniques in applying sustainable lean manufacturing techniques to your organization and how the audit process is critical to your organizations sustainability and carbon emission reduction programs. Learn how to audit your systems and help improve their performance.
What People Say:
“The case studies were real gems!”
“OUTSTANDING hands-on learning!”
“Instructors were EXCELLENT!”
“This is NOT a lecture based program. It provides HUNDREDS of Real World learning opportunities that really cause students to think. OUTSTANDING!”
The instructor for this course is Kevin A. Lehner, EMS-LA, CHMM. In April of 1998, Kevin Lehner, President of ECSI, obtained certification as an Environmental Management System Lead Auditor from RABQSA in 1998. Mr. Lehner has performed over 500 ISO 14001, 9001 and OHSAS 18001 registration and internal audits for ANAB accredited registrars at manufacturing plants in the United States and Canada.
This course is offered in conjunction with AQS Management Systems.
(M-Th 7:30 AM-7:00 PM; Fri 7:30-11:00 AM)
ISO and Environmental Terminology and Definitions Background and Rationale for Environmental Management Environmental Aspects and Impacts Introduction to the ISO 14000 family of documentsAnalysis of the Contents of ISO 14001 Audit of Active Manufacturing (Audit #1)
Environmental Management System (EMS) Requirements Analyzing EMS Audit Findings Audit of Active Mfg. to ISO 14001 and Manual (Audit #2) ANSI-RAB and U.S. Registration System Auditor QualificationsRoles and Responsibility of Auditors Creation of Effective Audit Checklists
Audit of Active Mfg. Document Audits (Audit #3) Auditing Tips for the Professional Auditor Audit of Active Mfg. - - Department Audit (Audit #4) Compiling Audit Findings Documentation in the Environmental Management System Planning and Conducting Effective Audits Refining Interview and Note Taking Skills Applicability of the Elements to Company Situations Prevention v. Detection
Audit of Active Mfg. Dept and System Auditing (Audit #5) Corrective Action Initiation and ClosureRefining Audit Interview and Note Taking Skills Creation of an Audit Report Conducting the Audit Preparation and Presentation of a Closing Meeting
Review & EXAM
This five-day course provides practical knowledge, tools, and actual auditing experience for those who are:
- Seeking Professional Accreditation, or
- Managing an ISO 14000 Project, or
- Those managing or conducting audits in preparation for ISO 14001
- Those managing or conducting audits in preparation for ISO 14000 certification.
How to interpret the requirements and terminology of the ISO 14000 series How to develop an ISO 14000 auditing system based on the ISO 19011 auditing guidelines How to view the ISO standards from an auditor's perspective How to ask the right audit questions How to conduct opening and closing meetings that have impact How to construct effective audit checklists - what to look for in procedures and the ISO standards How to generate effective corrective action How to plan successful audits How to select an audit team The U.S. and International certification process The auditing process, mechanics, and tools Keys to building a positive relationship with your registrar. EMS Auditor requirements and responsibilities
No Audit Experience Necessary!
CONDUCT 5 AUDITS DURING THIS COURSE!
If you are looking for an internationally recognized course that will meet your training requirements for advancement to EMS Auditor Status, this is the course for you. As a member of your ISO 14000 project team, gain critical knowledge to move your company ahead in today's competitive marketplace. ISO 14000 project team members will gain the credibility and prestige to effectively interact with registrars, customers, management and employees.