An Environmental Audit is a systematic examination to assess a company’s environmental responsibility. It aims to identify environmental compliance, verify environmental responsibility implementation gaps whether they meet stated objectives, along with related corrective actions. The audit examines the potential hazards or risks posed by the company. Areas examined may include company environmental policies and procedures, energy use practices, recycling, waste, conservation, and pollution. Then, the company can use the results to determine what changes need to be made for compliance.
Environmental audits are important for several reasons:
- To build a good company reputation
- To avoid negative campaigns
- To adapt and comply with more stringent environmental regulations
- Assess the company’s compliance with laws and regulations and other relevant requirements
- Establish a performance basis for planning and developing an environmental management system
- Promote good environmental management
- Maintain credibility with the public
- Raise awareness and enforce the company’s internal commitment to environmental policies
- Minimize risk exposure from environmental issues to health and safety
Who should we sell it to?
- All business in private and public sector
Who should we discuss it with?
- HSE Manager, Project Manager, Project Director, Operations Manager, Environmental Engineer
Why clients want to do it?
- Environmental initiative
- Client requirement
- Maintain Company reputation on Environmental
- Increase confidence with clients