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Environmental

Businesses are facing increased government regulation, growing consumer demand, and new requirements from large manufacturers in their supply chains to be environmentally responsible. Being responsive is a prime opportunity to save cost and improve efficiency. Our customers regularly experience a ROI that makes environmental initiatives good for the bottom line.

TMAC is the source for training, implementation, and gap analysis in the following directives:

  • ISO 14001
  • Environmental Management Systems (EMS)
  • Lean and Clean: Rapid Improvement Events
  • Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS)
  • Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
  • Environmental Management System as a Value Stream
  • Texas Environmental Management System Implementation (in conjunction with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality)

ISO 14001 Environmental Management System

With no previous knowledge of ISO 14001 companies can become registered to the standard in less than one year with hands-on training and implementation assistance. ISO 14001 detects and reduces waste in resources and processes and statistics show immediate return on investment and savings. Compliance to this EMS assists companies with their compliance issues at local, state and national levels. Aspects (the things within a company that could impact the environment) are identified and prioritized and action plans developed to eliminate or reduce them.

Lean and Clean: Environmental Value Stream mapping

Rapid improvement events are an effective tool to make an immediate impact in your facility. TMAC's Lean and Clean training provides hands-on guidance to build a Rapid Improvement Team that can identify and priorities targets for improvement through value stream mapping.   This workshop teaches people without an environmental background how to “see” environmental wastes and how to eliminate it.

LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Implementation and Training

Green building practices can help reduce operating costs and increase workers’ productivity and can substantially reduce or eliminate negative environmental impacts. The US Green Building Council's LEED Certification standards for green building are aimed at reducing the impacts buildings have on the environment and our natural resources. TMAC offers:

  • Gap Analysis
  • Implementation of LEED Best  Practices
  • LEED Certificatoin

WEEE & RoHS: Training, Seminars, and Consulting

 Management Overview
Complying with RoHS, WEEE and Other EPR Directives seminar is designed to provide critical background information on the legislative context, requirements and risks. In a half day session, attendees will learn:

  • Why even the smallest electronics suppliers are impacted – and need to accelerate their activities today
  • How to mitigate your financial risk
  • How RoHS impacts more than just design and manufacturing
  • Step-by-step actions from a Compliance Implementation Process
  • What other SMEs are doing

Environmental Directives Training
TMAC now offers a portfolio of consulting services to assist  with WEEE and RoHS compliance and with constructing a “reasonable steps” defense in case you are non-compliant. Particular services include:

  • Understanding the legislative requirements and your financial risk
  • Assessing your specific obligations and your customers’ obligations
  • Converting to Pb-free manufacturing
  • Reducing product failures from substantially higher temperatures in lead-free manufacturing
  • Managing dual inventories and parts numbering issues
  • Collecting substance-level data internally and from your suppliers
  • Reporting substance-level data to your customers and enforcement authorities
  • Developing a compliance roadmap


 

 

 

 

 

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