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TRAINING ON

Environmental
Management System
,uok;jesaV esustesaV flLVe
based on ISO 14001 : 2004
Why EMS is required?

 Government regulations.
 Customer requirement.
 Social compulsion.
 Economic policies.
 Business Image.
 Safety.
 Sustainable development
 Concern from interested
parties.
gesa EMS dh vko';drk D;ksa
gS\

 oSèkkfud psrkoufu;kaA
 ljdkjh uhfr;kaA
 xzkgdksa dh vko';drkA
 Lkekt ds izfr ftEesnkjh
 vkfFkZd uhfr
 O;kikfjd Nfo
 lqj{kk
 lLVsuscy ¼fLFkj½ izxfr
 mRiknu ls tqM+s lHkh yksxksa
dh lqj{kk
Basic Introduction to
EMS
 Environment : Surrounding in which an
organisation operates, including air,water, land,
natural resources, flora, fauna, humans and their
interactions.
 Element which can interact with the environment:
Aspect
 Any change to the environment beneficial or
adverse resulting from the activities of
organisation: Impact
 OCG stands for Operational Control Gudelines
EMS dh lkekU; tkudkfj;k¡
 i;kZoj.k (Environment) % gekjs vklikl dh ty] ok;q]
isM+&ikSèks] izkd`frd lalkèku] O;fDr ,oa muds
ijLij lEcaèk ¼interactions½A

 Oks rRo tks i;kZoj.k ij izHkko Mkyrs gS mUgsa


Aspect dgrs gSA

 vkWxukbZts'ku ¼organisation½ ds dk;Z djus ls


i;kZoj.k ij tks izHkko iM+rs gS mUgsa bEisDV
(Impact) dgrs gS tSls % ok;q iznw"k.k] èofu
iznw"k.k] ty iznw"k.k vkfnA

 OCG dk eryc gS vkWijs'ku daVªksy xkbZM


How Do We identify
Aspects

Utilities

Process
Inputs Outputs

By products
How do we take care of a
Significant Aspect ? What is an
OCG and what is an EMP ?
Each Significant Aspect should be addressed by either an OCG or an
EMP
OCG : Operational Control Guidelines are meant for those
Significant Aspects which can be addressed immediately by
Certain day to day Controls. (eg. Wearing of Safety Glasses
while working on Grinding / Lathe Machines )
EMP : Environmental Management Programs are meant for
addressing Significant Aspects which need certain set of
activities to be completed for addressing the aspect. (eg.
Installation of emergency lights in the various areas)
EMS model

 Environment Policy buok;jesaV iksfylh (4.2)


 Planning Iykfuax (4.3)
 Implementation and Operation bEifyesaVs'ku ,.M
vkWijs'ku (4.4)
 Checking and corrective action pSfdax ,.M
djsfDVo,D'ku (4.5)
 Management Review eSustesaV fjOo;w (4.6)
fujarj lqèkkj
EMS ds ykHk
 Improved operational safety
 dk;Z djrs le; lqj{kk esa lqèkkjA

 Reduced environmental liabilities

 i;kZoj.k ds izfr mÙkjnkf;Roksa dh iwfrZ

 Improved public/community relations

 lkekftd lEcaèkksa esas lqèkkj

 Conservation of resources

 Izkkd`frd lalkèkuksa dk laj{k.k


EMS ds ykHk
 Better industry /government relations
 ljdkjh ,oa vkS|ksfxd lEcaèkksa esa lqèkkj

 Positive image to public

 lekt esa dEiuh dh ldkjkRed Nfo

 Cost effectiveness

 mRiknu esa iz;ksx gksus okyh oLrqvksa


dk nq:I;ksx cpsxk ,oa {k; de gksxk
Rules Related to you
 Follow the OCG at your stage
 Dispose the waste as per
guidelines
 Provide Kaizens related to
safety, work-environment and
prevention of pollution,
conservation of resources like
energy, oil, packaging material.
 Raise Problem cards
 Environmental policy Awareness
Rules Related to you
 vius LVst ij OCGyxh dk ikyu djs
 mRiknu ds nkSjku [kjkc o [kjkc
gqbZ lkexzh dks funsZ'kkuqlkj
vyx&vyx fcu esa MkysA
 i;kZoj.k ls lEcfèkr dkbtu dks vfèkd
ls vfèkd djs ftlls vkidh dk;Ziz.kkyh
dh lqj{kk esa o`f) gks ,oa izkd`frd
lalkèkuksa tSls rsy] ÅtkZ ,oa iSfdax
esVsfj;y dk mÙke mi;ksx gks ldsA
 i;kZoj.k ls lEcafèkr leL;k ds fy,
izksCye dkMZ (Problem cards) HkjsA
 i;kZoj.k uhfr ds ckjs esa iw.kZ
tkudkfj;ka vfuok;Z gSA
i;kZoj.k uhfr

,d vPNs dkWjiksjsV ukxfjd dh rjg] fe.Mk lewg] i;kZoj.k dh j{kk ,oa laj{k.k
rFkk izkd`frd lalkèkuksa dks laj{k.k ds fy, izfrc) gSA

bl izfrc)rk dh izkfIr ds fy, gekjh uhfr gS fd %


 iznw"k.k dh jksdFkke djrs gq, i;kZoj.k dh fu"ifr esa fujarj lqèkkj djsaxsA
 oSèkkfud rFkk vU; vko’;drk;sa] tks dEiuh ds fy, fuèkkZfjr gS dk ikyu
djsaxsA
 rsy] ÅtkZ] jlk;uksa] ikuh] isaV] iSdsftax eSVsfj;y vkfn dks lalkèkuksa dk
loksZÙke mi;ksx djsaxsA
 {k; dks de djsaxs rFkk iSdsftax eSVsfj;y dk iquZfuekZ.k rFkk iqu%
mi;ksx djsxsA
 gekjs deZpkfj;ksa rFkk Hkkxhnkjksa esa muds ewY; izopZu rFkk lekt
esa mudh Hkkxhnkjh dks c<+kus ds fy, tkx:drk iSnk djsaxsA
 u;h rduhd dks lfEefyr djrs gq, [krjukd inkFkks± dk mi;ksx lekIr djus ds
fy, izksRlkfgr djsaxsA

;g i;kZoj.k uhfr lHkh deZpkfj;ksa dks crkbZ tk,xh rFkk lHkh bPNqd
Thank you
Quality Management
System
DokfyVh esustesaV flLVe
TS 16949: 2002

Faculty : Mr. Praveen Gupta


What is TS 16949: 2002 ?

•TS stands for Technical Specification


•TS made by IATF (International
Automotive Task Force) and JAMA
(Japan Automobile Manufacturers
Association Inc) with support from
ISO / TC 176.
TS 16949: 2002 D;k gS ?

•TS – VsfDUkdy LislhfQdslu


•TS dks IATF (International
Automotive Task Force) rFkk JAMA
(Japan Automobile Manufacturers
Association Inc) us ISO / TC 176 dh
lgk;rk ls cuk;k k
Why QMS is required?

 To comply with Customer who require TS 16949.


 To compete in domestic and worldwide markets.
 To improve Quality System.
 To minimize repetitive auditing by customers.
 To improve supplier performance.
 To improve the business image.
 For Sustainable Development.
QMS dh t#jr D;ks gS ?

 xzkgdksa dh vko';drk ds fy, A


 nslh rFkk fonslh cktkj es eqdkcyk djus ds fy,
A
 DokfyVh flLVe es lq/kkj ds fy, A

 xzkgdksa ds ckj ckj fujh{k.k dks de djus ds


fy, A
 lIyk;j dh ijQkjesUl es lq/kkj ds fG, A

 O;kikfjd Nfo es lq/kkj ds fG, A

 lLVsuscy ¼fLFkj½ izxfr ds fG, A


Benefits of TS:16949
 A widening acceptance of the standards.
 Achieve better understanding and consistency of
all quality practice throughout the organization.
 Ensure continued use of required quality system
year after year.
 Improve documentation.
 Improve quality awareness.
 Strengthen supplier / customer confidence.
 Yield cost savings and improve profitability.
Goals of TS-16949:2002

 Continual improvement.

 Emphasize on defect prevention

 Reduction of variation and


waste in the supply chain.
Process approach
The application of a system of the processes within an
organization, together with the identification and interactions of
these processes, and their management, can be referred to as the
“Process Approach”.

Follow PDCA cycle

• Plan
•Do
•Check
•Act
Continual improvement of the quality
management system

Management
responsibility
Customers

Resource Measurement,
Analysis and Satisfaction
Customers management
improvement

Output
Requirements Product
Product
realization

Key
Value added activities MODEL OF QMS
Information flow
Rules  Follow 3 K : Instructions should
be followed.
 Strive and work for Internal
customer delight.
 Up gradation of system thru
kaizens & suggestions.
 To fulfill the requirement of
Inverted organization structure.
 To create awareness amongst
3K: - What has your other colleagues about
been decided. system adherence.
-As per standard.
-Must be followed.
Rules
3 K dk ikyu djs : Instructions should be

followed
 Strive and work for Internal customer
delight
 vkarfjd ,oa cká xzkgdksa dh larqf"V ds fy,
dk;Z djsA
 Up gradation of system thru kaizens &
suggestions
 dkbtu ,oa lq>koksa }kjk DokfyVh flLVe
esa lqèkkj yk;sA
 To fulfill the requirement of Inverted
organization structure
3K: fuèkkZfjr funsZ'kksa
 To create dsawareness amongst your
other colleagues about system
vuqlkj dk;Z djsa adherence.
 vius lkfFk;ksa esa Hkh flLVe ds izfr tk:drk
QMS model
 4 Quality Management System
 DokfyVh esustesaV flLVe
 5 Management Responsibility
 esustesaV fjliksuflfcfyVh
 6 Resource Management
 fjlkslZ esustesaV
 7 Product Realization
 izksMDV fjvkykbts'ku
 8 Measurement, Analysis and Improvement
 esustesaV] ,ukyk;fll] bEizwoesaV
Quality Policy
 Quality to be accorded high priority to
ensure market competitiveness and to
enable supply of cost effective products to
the customers.
This shall be reflected by our commitments
actions, products & services to our internal
and external customers.
For this, we shall create an environment to
encourage all our employees & suppliers to
prevent defects and strive for excellence.
xq.koÙkk uhfr
 xq.koÙkk dks mPp izkFkfedrk nh tk,xh fd ge cktkj
dh gksM+ esa vkxs ,oa xzkgdksa dks ewY;r`f"V
nsus esa l{ke gksaA
;g gekjs vkUrfjd ,oa cká xzkgdksa dks fn, ok;nksa]
O;ogkj] mRikn rFkk lsokvksa ls vfHkO;Drk gksxkA
blds fy, ge mfpr okrkoj.k cuk,axs tks gekjs leLr
deZpkfj;ksa vkSj lIyk;jksa dks nks"kksa ls cpus
rFkk mÙkerk dh izkfIr ds fy, dM+h esgur dks
izksRlkfgr djsxkA
fueZy fe.Mk
izcaèk funs’kd
Quality Objectives
 Market leadership through “TEI-100”.
 Continuing Leadership in the OEM Market and
No.1 position in the After-Sales market by the
year 2007-2008.
 Cost reduction of 5% year on year through
supplier rationalization, VA/VE and elimination
of MUDA.
 Business Excellence through Simple
Techniques “BEST”.
Thank you
Training Evaluation
Duration: 25 min.
1. Briefly & define environment. 2
2. ISO 14001 has ……… clauses. 1
3. Define your role in ISO 14001. 2
4. Write any two measures taken in our environment policy
to prevent and protect environment. 2
5. What do you understand by TS 16949:2002. 2
6. TS 16949 has ………. Clauses. 1
7. Define your role in TS 16949:2002. 2
8. Briefly define our Quality Policy. 2
9. Write any two aspects of your stage/ deptt. 2
10. Give full form of following abbreviations: 4
(1)OCG, (2)EMP, (3)W.I. (4) EMS (5) ISO
Training Evaluation
 i;kZoj.k D;k gS\Duration: 25 min. 2
 ISO 14001 esa --------------- vuqNsn Gsa
1
 ISO 14001 esa vkidh D;k Hkwfedk gS\ 2
 I;kZoj.k uhfr fdUgha 2 vuqNsnksa dk mYys[k djsaA
2
 TS 16949:2002 ls vki D;k le>rs gS\ 2
 TS 16949 esa --------------- vuqNsn gSA
1
 TS 16949:2002 esa vkidh D;k Hkwfedk gS\
2
 DokfyVh uhfr dk mYys[k djsA 2
 viuh LVst@fMikVZesaV ds dksbZ nks ,lisDV fy[ksA
2