Environmental Integrity - ISO, Health& Safety Consulting Corporation


Environmental Integrity Consulting Corporation offers to prepare companies for ISO 14001:2004 and ISO 9001:2008 certifications as well as we provide Occupational Health and Safety services.

Environmental Integrity Consulting Corporation specializes in working with Small or Medium-Size Companies as our main goal is to help businesses in Canada grow. As our economy is slowing down, the need for cost saving strategies is more significant than ever before, and our Environmental Integrity Corporation develops a personalized plan for each of our customers. The implementation of the plan not only prepares your company for needed ISO and OHS certifications but also helps you develop a more cost-effective and profitable organization.

Here is an example of how the services we offer can save you money (please, arrange a meeting with one of our representatives to see more cost-saving ideas): When a set of written procedure exists and is always available to all the workers and is correctly understood by the workers, the chance of quality related mistakes drops dramatically. Eliminating even a slight percent of mistakes reduces the time spent on fixing the mistakes and saves your company time, efforts, and money. Also, good quality increases customers' satisfaction with your products and your employees' satisfaction with their work.


Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises achieve substantial benefits by implementing the Environmental, Quality, and Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems. Having taken the decision to implement the Management Systems, companies need precise and understandable information about the practical nature of the ISO EMS, QMS, and OHSAS Management Systems. Usually, companies in particular are often unsure just how to get started, which is why they call in the expertise of a consultant. The consultant would help them to explain clearly how their business can implement the Management Systems, so the process is not a series of hurdles but rather a set of practical steps towards raising environmental and business performance.

Companies need both: to keep up with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations under the Act and to implement the Environmental Management System or Quality Management System in order to provide continuous improvement for the businesses and continuous professional and personal growth for people. The definition of the Environmental Management System ISO 14001:2004 claims that the system should be a part of the way your business is operated, and commitments to continual improvement and pollution prevention are key parts of the EMS. The Environmental Management standard, which is properly implemented and used, becomes a great foundation for process improvement and your sustainability program that never operated separately from the environmental management, health and safety.

Usually, there are different consultants that provide advice on Occupational Health and Environmental Management, which means an additional huge cost for the companies. Moreover, even when a company invites a consulting professional, the consultant just visits the company, provides a presentation, and describes problems that the company faces and the ways the problems may be overcome, leaving all the load of the actual work on the managers of the company. The managers have usually time restrictions and have graduated from different fields, and that is why, they have challenges to follow the consultant's recommendations. What makes the Environmental Integrity Consulting different, however, that we offer to stay with our client's company for the full work days for the time of the contract and to provide the research, create Gap Analysis for the project, complete Risk Assessment, develop the documentation, check the compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act, and educate people. Such offers are really beneficial for your company.

The Environmental Management System provides the foundation and the means for making sustainability part of the way your business is run in each and every area, from top management to the people on the plant floor. When your company makes the operations improvements by planning and implementing the ISO Quality, Environment, Health and Safety Management Systems, then such implementations create a demand for the continual improvement needed by the organization. Those companies, which consider building these management systems as their first priorities and orders of their businesses, use operational risk management to prioritize the risks and select opportunities for improvement. Such companies put the sustainability programs in place to deliver the improvements by using employee involvement and firm action plans. Also, their sustainability and improvement programs are always well thought out and carefully managed.

The Environmental, Quality, Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems shall be started sooner rather than later when you are looking for ways to squeeze dollars out of the operating budget. In most cases, the implementation of the management standards is paid by using the money saved in your sustainability program, and more and more often, companies that really want process improvement to take a place in their businesses, make a decision to learn about the benefits of the management systems because they realize these practices exceedingly benefit their companies.

Consulting Services

Environmental Integrity Consulting Corporation consults with companies and takes them through the following steps:

The Baseline Assessment: carry out a thorough, ground clearing baseline assessment of our client's existing management practices and environmental performance.

The Gap Analysis: after researching our client's systems, conduct a Gap Analysis for the project, complete your Risk Assessment, develop the documentation, check the compliance with the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, the Occupational Health and Safety Act, and the regulations and guidelines under the acts.

Policies: develop and discuss draft business Policy, Environmental Policy, Communication Policy if your Company does not have them or review and discuss the existing policies.

Preparation: develop and administer an internal plan for the Environmental Management System preparation and implementation.

Evaluation: research and develop the appropriate internal mechanism for evaluation the environmental impacts and aspects of your Company.

Implementation and Operation: research and develop the appropriate internal mechanisms of the environmental objectives and targets of your Company.

Documentation: develop all relevant procedures and design appropriate forms to be used as part of the implementation process.

Control: develop and implement statistical process control measures and reports used to monitor the EMS.

Recycling: research and identify opportunities for expanding recycling programs in compliance with existing legislations.

Correspondence: create the correspondence between the ISO 14001:2004 and ISO 9001:2000 standards.

Training Programs: offer training programs, which are a mandatory requirement of both the Quality Management Systems and the Environmental Management Systems.

Clients' Concerns: develop Environmental Performance Indicators, which are not a strict requirement of the ISO 14000 series; however, they can maintain the business relevance of our clients' Environmental Management System. We would:

Identify key concerns to our client's business, for example potential prosecutions, topics of complaint, and areas of bad publicity.

Develop measures of performance that are achievable and that accurately reflect the area of concern; for example, liters of water used, tonnes of waste sent to landfill, kWh of electricity used, tonnes of carbon dioxide emitted.

Correspond the parameters above with levels of activity, for example, tonnes of production, km traveled, hours worked, where appropriate to provide comparable figures for the future.

Audit Statutory and Regulatory Requirements. Environmental Integrity Consulting Corporation audits your Company's processes, emergency preparedness and response by:

Ensuring your Company has a methodology in place for identifying, maintaining and updating all applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.

Ensuring that these statutory and regulatory requirements are utilized as process-inputs while monitoring all the process's outputs for compliance with requirements.