ENVIRX is an integrated environmental management system which enables companies to manage their risk-based material environmental impacts. It allows companies to measure, trend and report on the environmental impact of the organisation.
The air quality monitoring module of this integrated environmental management system allows organisations to monitor and measure the quality of fall out dust and ambient emissions. This specific module consists of the following:
This part of the module assists organisations in the management of organisational change and growth of the company as well as to manage high-level processes and procedures. It also allows companies to carry out routine management reviews.
The support part of the air quality monitoring module provides organisations with documented information that applies to the specific size of the company.
The identification and documentation of quality events that impact the environment are enabled with the non-conformances part of the module.
ENVIRX enables organisations to manage their risk based material environmental impacts in an integrated manner, enabling GRI G4 en standard management and reporting requirements according to the processes defined in the ISO 14001: 2015 standard. ENVIRX uses the same dynamic framework to measure, trend and report on their impact area, i.e. materials, water, energy, biodiversity, effluents and emissions amongst others.
This allows for the management of all environmental events as well as any non-conformances.
This allows for the booking, tracking, measuring and monitoring of equipment that needs to be calibrated at specific intervals. This ensures that all your equipment is properly calibrated, therefore ensuring they are fully functioning.
With this specific part of the module, organisations can identify, analyse, monitor, review and treat hazards, risks and opportunities related to existing and potential products, services and activities.
Surface area change monitoring
This allows the organisations to monitor surface area changes as well as baseline land-use changes that take place throughout the operation and business life cycle.
This enables companies to store, organise and locate documents. It also allows organisations to ensure their documentation is always consistent.