JT Environmental provides clients with fully developed, implemented, and maintained systems/programs for the following standards:
The standard for Environmental Management Systems from the International Organization for Standardization. 14001 confirms its global relevance for organizations wishing to operate in an environmentally sustainable manner.
The Energy Management System is the newest ISO standard, created in 2011. The standard was created to be compatible and to draw from both the ISO 9001 and 14001 standards, and maintains that with recent updates. The standard was created to assist public and private sector organizations with management strategies to increase energy efficiency, reduce costs and improve energy performance.
This the first iteration of the safety standard now under ISO. It lines up with other ISO standards to incorporate a risk based thinking, to take all employees, visitors, and others in relation to the safety management system for an organization.
Safety is always a great responsibility, but most deaths occur in vehicular incidents. ISO 39001 is focused to improve Road Traffic Safety for any type of organization. It could be via design for an Engineering or Architectural firm, by transport companies looking at their current issues and rates to improve KPIs, transportation management organizations to work with the latest technologies and inform commuters, etc.
Responsible Care® continues to be updated by the American Chemistry Council, as it was implemented in 2002 and is for the Chemical Industry. RC14001 falls in line with ISO 14001, and then adds several different layers that include health, safety, security, information security, etc.
Our certified consultants can also provide approval through verification and on-site auditing and/or remote auditing for upstream, downstream as well as all types of external providers (contractors, suppliers, vendors, etc.).