Environmental Management System
Elland Steel Structures Ltd have developed an environmental management system covering all operations carried out by the organisation (EMS03). This document defines the scope of the EMS.
Elland Steel Structures operate from one main premises on Gibbet Street in Halifax, West Yorkshire, with one satellite office in the North East of England.
An environmental management system (EMS) has been established, documented, implemented and maintained in accordance with requirements established in the international standard ISO 14001:2004.
The EMS covers all operations associated with the manufacturing and erection of steel structures. Activities include:
All Sub-contractors are required to comply with environmental legislation and support the aims, objectives and targets of the EMS.
This document defines environmental management responsibilities within Elland Steel Structures Ltd. It is designed to provide information for both production/office staff and for project site staff/Sub-contractors.
The Managing Director will have responsibility for:
Environmental Management System Representative (EMS rep)
The Management Representative will have responsibility for:
EMS Implementation Team
Members of the EMS Implementation Team will have responsibility for:
Other Elland Steel Staff
From time to time other Elland Steel Structures staff may be involved in elements of the EMS. Responsibilities will be documented throughout the EMS as appropriate.
All organisations and individuals contracted by Elland Steel Structures to carry out work functions, either on the office/production site, or on a project site, will be responsible for following the appropriate components of the EMS as documented.
All employees and contractors will be made aware of:
The diagram below represents the inter-relationship between the individuals responsible for the implementation and operation of the EMS.