Environmental Management System

A system of environmental management, social responsibility, requires management to maintain organizational policies do not negatively impact on the environment and in case of having the resources and tools needed to resolve and convert this impact on sustainable growth opportunities. It is easy to detect such problems, since the levels of pollutant emissions can be measured and toxic waste spills can be observed in the manufacturing, otherwise there are organizations that can not observe these characteristics of pollution by its area of performance. The companies that work with high volume of stationery, have problems working with non-recyclable paper, mishandling of the toner cartridges; There are also clinics and hospitals that their waste is highly toxic because of chemical or organic origin. You must create environmental awareness in all organizations and at all management levels, to motivate society in general about the care of the environment environment. Management directive should see the system of environmental management as a long-term investment, since the damage occurring to the environment is long. Organizations must set and apply policies on reduction of electric power, water consumption and use of biodegradable products which minimize the negative impact to the environment. The importance of management in an environmental management system, is based on the contribution of knowledge and information that will facilitate the Organization and its human talent structure, interpreting natural phenomena, as well as the dynamic processes of change occurring within them and the interaction with the company, since the organization is that directly affects the environment, is negative or positive, therefore the organization is responsible for socially this interaction.