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ISO 14001:2015

RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES

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5 MAIN CHANGES

1. Leadership and commitment

2. Understand your context

3. Identify and communicate with stakeholders

4. Risks, opportunities and actions

5. Think lifecycle

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RISKS TO OPPORTUNITIES

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Future Fit Business Benchmark 2015


EXAMPLES

Our operations are subject to and affected by a variety of federal, state, local
and foreign environmental laws and regulations. In addition, we could be
affected by future laws or regulations, including those imposed in response to
climate change concerns and other actions.

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ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES

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BARRIERS AND ENABLERS

Lack of space on
site

Lack of investment
Increase in
temporary staff

Internal financial
procedures

Lack of corporate
appetite

Increase / decrease
in European policy Local planning
policy

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DEFINING RISK

RISK = THE EFFECT OF UNCERTAINTY

1. An effect is a deviation from the expected positive or negative


2. Uncertainty is the state, even partial, of deficiency of information related to
understanding or knowledge of an event, its consequence or likelihood
3. Risk is often characterised by reference to potential events and consequences, or a
combination of both
4. Risk is often expressed in terms of a combination of the consequences of an event
(including changes in circumstances) and the associated likelihood of occurrence

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DEFINING RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES

risks and opportunities


potential adverse effects (threats) and potential beneficial effects (opportunities)

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WHAT NEEDS TO BE DOCUMENTED?

Identified risks and opportunities that need to be addressed (see 6.1.1)


The processes needed in 6.1.1 to 6.1.4, to the extent necessary to have confidence they
are carried out as planned.

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THE PROCESS

Environmental
Aspects

Risks and Achieve intended


Compliance Opportunities that Actions to
Obligations address outcomes
need to be Prevent undesired effects
addressed Continual improvement

Other issues and


requirements

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THE PROCESS

Environmental
Aspects

Risks and Achieve intended


Compliance Opportunities that Actions to
Obligations address outcomes
need to be Prevent undesired effects
addressed Continual improvement

Other issues and


requirements

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Significance Rating Table 1 2 3 4 5

High degree of control 5


Levels of control and

Some level of control 4


influence

Moderate degree of
3
influence
Slight degree of
2
influence

No control or influence 1

Environmental Impact - change


(+ve and ve) occurring because
of aspect
consequence
Descriptors
Severity of

increased cost to business or


0 50,000 500,000 5m 50m
increase in revenue

Legislation
Reputational/stakeholder
(+ve and ve)

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THE PROCESS

Environmental
Aspects

Risks and Achieve intended


Compliance Opportunities that Actions to
Obligations address outcomes
need to be Prevent undesired effects
addressed Continual improvement

Other issues and


requirements

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IDENTIFY AND COMMUNICATE WITH
STAKEHOLDERS

Which of these
Interested parties Requirements become compliance
obligations?

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THE PROCESS

Environmental
Aspects

Risks and Achieve intended


Compliance Opportunities that Actions to
Obligations address outcomes
need to be Prevent undesired effects
addressed Continual improvement

Other issues and


requirements

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UNDERSTAND YOUR CONTEXT

What
What internal and external issues will
stop or help you achieve your intended
outcomes
Include environmental conditions capable
of affecting or being affected by your
organisation
What are the risks and opportunities?
Which need to be addressed?

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MATRIX TO CALCULATE THE CURRENT OR POTENTIAL IMPORTANCE TO THE ORGANISATION
Range Description Score 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

50m+ Catastrophic 10

10-50m Huge 9
I
M
2m-10m Very large 8
P
A
400k-2m Large 7
C
T
100k-400k Moderate Large 6
(

+ 50k-100k Moderate 5
/
- 10k-50k V. Significant 4
)

1k-10k Significant 3

200-1k Minor 2

0-499 Negligible 1
Score 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Likely to
Almost Almost Extremely happen
never to certain to unlikely to Very Might Likely to Almost multiple
Likelihood in this cycle happen not occur occur unlikely Unlikely Not likely happen happen certain times
Odds >12,500-1 12,500-1 2,500-1 500-1 100-1 20-1 4-1 2-1 1-1 <1-1
LIKELIHOOD

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HOW TO IDENTIFY AND EVALUATE RISKS AND
OPPORTUNITIES

Compliance Obligations
Environmental Aspects Other Issues
and other requirements

Adapt existing Interested parties Context review


evaluation criteria

Issues
Requirements

Risks and
Risks and opportunities
opportunities

Those to be
Compliance
addressed
obligations
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THE PROCESS

Other business
processes and
MS
Environmental
Aspects

Risks and Achieve intended


Compliance Opportunities that Actions to
Obligations address outcomes
need to be Prevent undesired effects
addressed Continual improvement

Other issues and


requirements Environmental
objectives &
other EMS
processes

Measurable

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Indicators
EXAMPLES OF RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES RELATING TO
ASPECTS

Consumption of heating oil


High efficiency boiler design

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EXAMPLES OF RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES RELATING TO
COMPLIANCE OBLIGATIONS

Emerging legal requirement


Regulator request for
information
Regional customer requirement
for end of life product take-
back

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EXAMPLES OF RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES RELATING TO
OTHER ISSUES AND REQUIREMENTS

Long term policy impact upon


fuel prices
Lack of corporate commitment

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RESOURCES TO HELP YOU TRANSITION

Strategic review and gap analysis: Assessment against the new standard including a
presentation to the senior management team and review of your business processes.
ISO14001:2015 training: This one-day course will enable you and your organisation to
understand the main changes, to develop a plan and to start transitioning to the revised
standard.
Cross functional leadership workshop: Designed specifically for you to engage top
management to allow a quicker and effective transitioning.
Context review and interested party analysis: A cross functional workshop approach to
determine contextual issues and compliance obligations.
Manual and procedure review: Ensuring your documentation is 2015 ready.

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5 MAIN CHANGES

1. Leadership and commitment

2. Understand your context

3. Identify and communicate with stakeholders

4. Risks, opportunities and actions

5. Think lifecycle

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THANK YOU & QUESTIONS

GREG ROBERTS
RAMBOLL ENVIRON - MANAGER

07921056516

gproberts@ramboll.com

Linkedin

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