Recognizing the global competition challenges, requirements of transparency, increasing number of judicial interventions and certainly the deep pocket liabilities due to non compliance any good company would certainly like to assess on pro active basis its legal compliance.Since a wide range and number of environmental, health and safety legislations are applicable to the activities performed by organization it becomes even more important that a proper mechanism is adopted through periodic assessments by second / third party auditors having expertise in the field of Indian EHS legislations.
What We Do?
EQMS assists organization in conducting EHS legal audit against the environmental, health and safety legislations applicable to them. EQMS expert consultant comprising of senior official having vast knowledge in the field of EHS legislation which work for the company to understand the present status of EHS legal compliance.
Our expert consultant visits the site and works on the applicable legislation to be covered and according do following assessment with appropriate solutions which really understand the organization what things to do or not do against the requirement. It includes
The Factory Act and the State Factory Rules
The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act and Rules
The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act and Rules
The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess Act and Rules
The Environment Protection Act and Rules including the standards framed there under
Environment Protection Second Amendment Rules for DG Sets
The Hazardous Waste (Management and Handling) Rules
The Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemical Rules
The Public Liability Insurance Act and Rules
The Ozone Depleting Substance (Regulation and Control) Rules
Central Motor Vehicle Act and Rules
National Building code
The Energy conservation Act
The Batteries (Management and Handing) Rules
Gas Cylinder Rules, including Amendment Rules
Radiation Protection Rules
Bio Medical Waste (Management and Handling) Rules
Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) Rules
The Safety Officers Duties
The Welfare Officers Duties
The Petroleum Act and Rules
The Indian Electricity Act and Rules
Central Ground Water Authority directives on extraction of ground water
Safety / Welfare officers duties as per the notification & many more.
Benefits to Work with Us?
To enable the company to demonstrate transparency in its EHS compliance within the group and development of proper reporting to the top management after the identification of the legal non compliances.
To identify areas where public concerns may or do exist in terms of exiting EHS legislations in the county.
To identify the local standards in relation to the global conventions and assess its compliance level
To enable the different levels of functions to understand their roles and responsibilities under the existing Indian EHS legislation framework based on the identified non conformances
To evaluate the non compliances against the area specific Environmental, health and safety consent and authorization.
Whether it’s a starting to understand the subject or an improvement of an existing process, feel free to contact us. We will be pleased to assist you.