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Creating an Environmental Management System



Organizations from all over the world are reaping the benefits of having an effective environmental management system in place. Are you? It is not too late to develop and implement an EMS that will improve your performance regarding key issues facing everyone today, including rising energy costs, increasing compliance costs, public perception and overall sustainability.

The key to reaping the most out of your system is to build an effective team within the organization, and utilize their strengths to establish the performance objectives and metrics that make the most sense to the organization.

This OnDemand Webinar will explain the systematic procedures that are undertaken to develop an EMS that will continually add value to your organization and improve its standing with employees, customers, shareholders and the public.


Learning Objectives:

  • The attendee will be able to design and implement an environmental management system.
  • The attendee will be able to utilize the strengths of their team in order to establish optimum performance objectives.
  • The attendee will be able to explain the systematic procedures that are undertaken to develop an EMS.


Student assessment will be done through questions based on the content delivered throughout the course.

course quick facts
course code 376223EAU
cost $249.00
estimated time to
complete course
2 Hours
course materials
365 Days

Kenneth C. Gold, Esq., is a partner in the Michigan law firm of Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP and the vice chair of its Environmental Law department. He represents clients in all types of environmental matters, including transactions, mergers and acquisitions, environmental auditing, enforcement defense, cleanups, permitting, brownfields and compliance counseling.

John Spearin is the office manager and senior geologist in the Michigan office of August Mack Environmental, Inc. He has more than 20 years of consulting experience working with industry on environmental health and safety issues.