Regulation of Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions will be a critical issue for many industrial and manufacturing firms in the coming years. In addition to established regulatory regimes across North America, numerous provinces and states have tabled proposals for emissions regulations. The Western Climate Initiative, among other programs, will bring additional opportunities for carbon credit trading, broadening the importance of GHG measurement and management.
Whether you are looking to implement a GHG management system under a regulatory or voluntary program, Strategies For The Environment can help you navigate to a successful outcome. Our staff includes a senior auditor for the The American National Standards Institute (ANSI), coordinator of the U.S. standards and conformity assessment system. The ANSI program sets guidelines for management systems encompassing the inventory and reduction of greenhouse gases (GHG) from the environment.
Our experience can help your organization adapt to both existing, and pending compliance rules, ensuring your organization is ready to properly manage greenhouse gas emissions. Our deep knowledge of environmental management systems such as ISO 14001 allows us to rapidly assess your organization’s readiness, and identify the critical areas on which to focus.
With so many questions lingering over the pending regulatory changes both provincial and federally, it is difficult to know how the private sector will be impacted by emissions controls. Our training courses can help prepare you and your employees for these changes. We tailor each GHG Emissions Management course for your industry and regulatory regime, ensuring your company is fully prepared for compliance, both now and in the future.
Already have a management system in place? We can audit your current program to identify deficiencies and areas of non-compliance, potentially saving your organization from fines or legal action. We can also train your internal staff to conduct audits in the future.