EEM can help your organization design, implement and audit management systems for Environment, Health & Safety (EHS), and Quality that aim to reduce business risks, help identify opportunities and align EHS management with your core business.
Our team of accredited auditors - in environmental, health & safety and quality management systems, environmental compliance as well as FSC chain of custody - have been implementing, maintaining and auditing EHS and quality management systems in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico for over 20 years.
We advocate a systematic approach to EHS and Quality Management, with a strong IT foundation and the most commonly used international standards; i.e. ISO 14001 for environment, OSHAS 18001 for health & safety and ISO 9001 for quality (we have also successfully integrated many other international and corporate standards for continual improvement, finance and governance).
EHSQ Reporter is an intuitive iPhone and iPad application to perform environmental, health, safety and quality audits and verifications. The site connects with NimonikApp.ca, allowing you to download your own lists or access a database of over 100 free checklists. To learn more, receive a free demonstration or request a specific checklist on your ipad or iphone, click here.
EEM directed the implementation of ISO 14001 management systems at five aluminium smelters across North America.More Info
EEM has been retained for 11 successive years to support an EHS management system at the Canadian and U.S. plants of a turbine engine manufacturer.More Info
EEM worked with a mining sector client in 2005-06 to develop an integrated management system at a greenfields Aluminum smelter scheduled for start-up in 2007.More Info
EEM's accompanied two U.S.-based clients in implementing environmental management systems, building their capacity to maintain the systems after implementation.More Info
A prominent international registrar retained EEM to perform ISO 14001 registration and surveillance audits at the Mexican plants of an American auto parts maker.More Info
EEM was selected to guide the early development of a safety programme for a federal agency mandated with care and maintenance of highway infrastructures.More Info
ÉEM was asked by a major turbine manufacturer to assess environment, health and safety (EHS) risks of equipments and procedures in various facilities. Identification cards on risks and appropriate procedures were later created for the employees.More Info
Working for the Canadian operations of a global mining firm, EEM conducted a safety management audit of engineering project execution and facilitated actions targeting improvement in safety performance.More Info
EEM was selected over two multinational consulting firms to plan an integrated Health & Safety, Environment and Community management system for a gold mining company with operations in North America and Europe.More Info
With new corporate requirements for a Sustainability Excellence Management System, and commitments to abide by numerous external obligations, such as the Mining Association of Canada’s Towards Sustainable Mining initiatives and the International Cyanide Management Code, Goldcorp-Éléonore's new mining operations in northern Quebec needed a plan to meet expectations. EEM was retained to develop a site-specific management system to ensure the new facilities would operate in ways that minimize their environmental and social impacts.More Info
As part of the company’s continuous improvement process, EEM was asked to review and suggest improvements to the internal environmental reports sent to the Board of Directors on a quarterly basis.More Info
From 2011 to 2015, EEM was selected to perform, on an annual basis, ISO 14001 environmental management system internal audits for an electronic product recycler. The internal audit of Electronics Product Stewardship Canada’s Electronics Recycling Standard (ERS) was also added in 2015.More Info
EEM coordinated a pilot project in an aircraft engine manufacturing facility to replace disposable shop towels by reusable shop towels. The project was aligned with the company’s goal of eliminating all waste by 2028. Following the success of the pilot project, it was implemented to the remaining sectors of the facility.More Info