Estudo do sistema de gestão ambiental em empresas: implantação, entraves e oportunidades
Castro, Yuri Alexsander de Sousa
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Currently, movements in favor of the environment are being observed with expansion of the creation of environmental disasters or, as environmental incidents with more correct processes. From this dynamic, an important factor is the Environmental Management Systems (EMS), especially when portrayed as their specificities for implementation within a small, medium or large company. In this way, the present work aimed to study environmental management systems within a company, focusing on ways to understand directions of its implementation, such as demands by market and society for more directed and cleaner objectives, contours of opportunities and mapping inputs/difficulties along the way. The methodology followed was exploratory research that was evidenced through the literature and an interview the applicability of an environmental management system and with the critical points that surround its implementation, looking at economic, social and environmental pros. In addition, it was possible to approach a step by step that follows when incorporating the EMS within an organization through explanation of the model by ISO 14001, and, in view of this, it was verified as a significant result in culture, in structure, in model of management, in strategy and, within this context, understood importance that top management has when it comes to making this system in time to survive and prosper. Finally, it was noted how essential it is to spread this subject, thinking about the current context and the search for sustainable development, promoting growth and innovation in an increasingly competitive scenario.
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