Environmental protection management system of Sichuan Jiutian Vacuum Technology Co., Ltd
- Categories:Enterprise News
- Time of issue:2018-09-10
Environmental protection management system of Sichuan Jiutian Vacuum Technology Co., Ltd
- Categories:Enterprise News
- Time of issue:2018-09-10
Chapter I General Provisions
Article 1 in order to make the company comply with the requirements of national environmental protection laws and regulations in production and business activities, and make the company's environmental protection work continuously improved, the measures are hereby formulated.
Article 2 These measures are applicable to the management requirements of environmental protection in the production and business activities of all units of the company.
Article 3 these measures adopt the following definitions:
Cleaner production refers to improving the efficiency of resource utilization through continuous application of advanced technology and equipment, improvement of management, comprehensive utilization and other measures, so as to reduce or avoid the generation and emission of pollutants in the process of production, service and product use from the source, so as to reduce or eliminate the harm to human health and the environment.
Chapter II management organization and division of responsibilities
Article 4 management organization
(1) The party and government leaders of each unit are the first person responsible for the environmental protection work of the unit;
(2) Two level environmental protection management system of the company, department and workshop should be set up, environmental protection management organization should be set up at the company level, and full-time environmental protection management personnel should be set up at the workshop level. Management organizations at all levels should have clear environmental protection functions, job descriptions and work processes;
(3) Each cooperation unit shall establish its own environmental protection management method according to the company's management system.
Article 5 division of responsibilities
(1) Ministry of environmental protection
1. Responsible for the preparation of the company's environmental management system and environmental protection plan, and supervise the implementation;
2. Responsible for total pollution statistics, emission reduction and accounting;
3. Responsible for auditing and filing all kinds of environmental protection statistical reports;
4. Responsible for the development and implementation of environmental protection professional direct transmission and training plan, and the promotion and application of new pollution control technology;
5. Be responsible for the compliance supervision, inspection and environmental audit of the implementation of "three Simultaneities" of environmental protection of construction projects, the operation of pollution control facilities, the implementation of key environmental measures projects, and the disposal of hazardous wastes;
6. Responsible for promoting ISO14001 environmental management system certification and cleaner production audit;
7. Responsible for the investigation and handling of major environmental emergencies;
8. Be responsible for guiding the environmental protection management of each unit.
(2) Workshop environmental protection management department
1. Responsible for the environmental impact identification and assessment and environmental protection of the Department and workshop;
2. Be responsible for reviewing the environmental protection cost budget of the workshop, the implementation of environmental protection measures, and the management and assessment of the departments and workshops under their jurisdiction;
3. Participate in the company level environmental protection training and education, organize the workshop internal environmental protection training and education;
4. Supervise and manage their own pollution prevention and control facilities, their own sewage outlets and on-line monitoring management, comparison monitoring of on-line monitoring instruments, and quarterly assessment monitoring of Environmental Protection Bureau;
5. Be responsible for the investigation and handling of general environmental pollution liability incidents;
6. Cooperate with the government management department to inspect and investigate the law enforcement of the workshop, and deal with the relevant government affairs of the workshop.
(3) Other relevant environmental management departments
According to the responsibilities of the company's management department, manage the environmental affairs of the unit.
Chapter III declaration and registration of pollutant discharge
Article 6 all units shall implement the declaration and registration of pollutant discharge in accordance with the requirements of national laws and regulations. It is required to fill in the form truthfully according to the requirements of the form. It is not allowed to make a full report or make a false report. It should be submitted within the specified time. If necessary, relevant monitoring reports and technical data should be provided.
Article 7 the contents of pollutant discharge declaration and registration of each unit shall be reviewed by the Ministry of environmental protection and confirmed to be correct before reporting to the superior environmental authorities.
Article 8 after the declaration and registration of pollutant discharge, in case of great changes in pollutant discharge, all units shall timely fill in and submit the application form for monthly change of pollutant discharge to the District Environmental Protection Bureau, and file with the Ministry of environmental protection for the record. The specific requirements shall be implemented in accordance with the administrative measures for pollutant discharge declaration.
Chapter IV administration of pollutant discharge permits
Article 9 units that discharge waste water, waste gas, environmental noise pollution and solid waste in the process of production shall apply for pollutant discharge license in accordance with relevant laws and regulations.
Article 10 a pollutant discharger who has not obtained a pollutant discharge license shall not discharge pollutants. A pollutant discharger who has obtained a pollutant discharge permit must discharge pollutants in accordance with the type and index of pollutants approved in the pollutant discharge permit and the prescribed method.
Article 11 a pollutant discharge permit shall consist of an original and a duplicate, and shall be valid for no more than five years. The application and management of pollutant discharge permits of all units shall be implemented in accordance with the measures for the administration of pollutant discharge permits.
Chapter V environmental protection management of construction projects
Article 12 all construction projects of the company must carry out environmental impact assessment and implement the "three Simultaneities" system of environmental protection in accordance with relevant national laws and regulations.
Article 13 the Ministry of environmental protection shall supervise and manage the environmental impact assessment and the "three Simultaneities" implementation of pollution control measures for new, expanded and modified projects of all units.
Article 14 management procedures for environmental protection of construction projects
(1) Before starting the environmental impact assessment work, it is necessary to submit the project proposal, record certificate or approval registration form to the competent environmental protection department of the project to determine the type of environmental impact assessment report.
(2) The project unit must entrust the EIA unit with corresponding EIA qualification to prepare the EIA report (form). Complete the environmental impact assessment report or report form and submit it to the local administrative department of environmental protection for approval.
(3) The environmental protection measures specified in the approved environmental impact report or report form shall be taken as the basis of environmental protection management in the construction project, and shall be implemented one by one in the construction process of the project and "three Simultaneities" shall be achieved.
(4) Before the construction project is put into operation, the pilot production application shall be submitted to the environmental impact report (form) approval authority (provincial, municipal and County Environmental Protection Bureau), and the pilot production can be started only after the approval.
(5) Within 3 months after the trial operation of the construction project, an application for construction acceptance of environmental protection facilities shall be submitted to the approval authority of the environmental impact report (form), and the competent environmental protection department shall organize on-site acceptance.
Article 15 in case of major changes in the nature, scale, construction site or production technology of the construction project, the project construction unit shall revise the environmental impact assessment report (form) according to the prescribed procedures and re submit it for approval.
Article 16 at the end of five years from the date of approval of the environmental impact report (form) of a construction project, if the construction project starts construction, the environmental impact report (form) shall be submitted to the original examination and approval authority for re examination and approval.
Article 17 all the EIA texts, EIA reply, trial operation and completion acceptance report, completion acceptance monitoring report and other relevant materials involved in the construction project of each unit shall be reported to the Ministry of environmental protection for the record.
Article 18 the preparation and filing of the "emergency plan for environmental emergencies", the networking and acceptance of online monitoring equipment, and the engineering environmental supervision report of the new project have been included in the "three simultaneous" acceptance requirements.
Chapter VI Management of environmental monitoring
Article 19 each unit shall formulate an annual monitoring plan for pollutant discharge, which includes two parts: internal routine monitoring and outsourcing monitoring. The annual monitoring plan shall specify the monitoring points, monitoring items, monitoring frequency, monitoring time and person in charge. The annual monitoring plan shall be implemented after being reviewed by the environmental protection department of the company.
Article 20 the outlets of pollutant discharge and pollution control facilities of various units shall be subject to routine internal monitoring. In general, the pollutant discharge outlet of the workshop is required to be monitored at least once a month, and the outlet of the pollution control facilities and the general discharge outlet of the company are required to be monitored at least once a day. And establish environmental monitoring account; Units without monitoring capacity can entrust the municipal environmental protection monitoring station to monitor.
Article 21 contents and methods of environmental monitoring
(1) The contents of environmental monitoring are as follows: firstly, it is formulated according to the monitoring plan and the monitoring items listed in the EIA report; secondly, it is formulated according to the conventional indicators and other characteristic pollutants monitored by the local environmental protection authorities.
(2) The method of environmental monitoring adopts the method specified in the "water and wastewater monitoring and analysis method" and "air pollutant monitoring and analysis method" stipulated by the state.
(3) For some pollutants without monitoring means and conditions, the material balance method can also be used for calculation.
Article 22 Any unit that has built pollution control facilities must be equipped with monitoring equipment capable of monitoring its own characteristic pollutants, equipped with monitoring personnel with corresponding qualifications and working with certificates.
Article 23 all kinds of monitoring must be well recorded, and the data must be accurate and reliable. The Ministry of environmental protection shall inspect the implementation of the monitoring plan of each unit.
Article 24 the on-line monitoring equipment and environmental monitoring equipment of sewage outlet shall be calibrated regularly and the calibration records shall be kept. The self comparison of on-line equipment every quarter shall be carried out in accordance with the company's measures for the operation and management of on-line monitoring equipment of water pollution sources.
Article 25 all units shall actively cooperate with the law enforcement supervision and monitoring of the competent administrative department of environmental protection or the sampling and monitoring of the environmental protection department of the company, and shall compare the sampling and analysis, and file the monitoring results.
Article 26 the self monitoring scheme and information disclosure requirements of monitoring results of state-controlled enterprises shall be implemented in accordance with relevant national standards.
Chapter VII management of pollution control facilities
Article 27 the pollution control facilities of all units must be kept in good condition and in normal operation.
Article 28 under normal circumstances, the pollution control facilities shall be overhauled along with the production shutdown for maintenance, and they shall not stop using without authorization. If the equipment is damaged and must be stopped for maintenance, it is necessary to report to the local competent environmental protection department for approval, and the reasons, days and other emergency measures taken during the shutdown period shall be explained.
Article 29 the environmental protection department of the company will organize relevant personnel to conduct spot check on the operation of pollution control facilities from time to time, and criticize or punish the units that do not meet the requirements.
Chapter VIII management of environmental emergencies
Article 30 identify environmental risks and prepare emergency plans
(1) The production and business operation units that discharge pollutants, produce or dispose hazardous wastes and use hazardous chemicals shall prepare the emergency plan for environmental emergencies, identify and evaluate the environmental pollution events and other potential environmental risks caused by emergencies or natural disasters during production and operation, and formulate corresponding disposal and preventive measures.
(2) The "emergency plan for environmental emergencies" includes general principles, emergency organization and command system and responsibilities, prevention and early warning mechanism, emergency disposal, post disposal, emergency support, supervision and management, supplementary provisions, attachments and other basic contents. It also includes the general situation of the unit, the surrounding environmental conditions, the introduction of environmental sensitive points, the analysis of the unit's environmental hazard sources, the implementation of the "emergency plan for environmental emergencies" Emergency material reserve and other contents.
(3) The "emergency plan for environmental emergencies" prepared by each unit shall be reported to the superior environmental protection department for record after being evaluated by the emergency experts, and the copy of the emergency plan record form shall be submitted to the environmental protection department of the company for filing.
(4) All units shall carry out emergency drills at least once a year according to the emergency plan for environmental emergencies, and keep relevant drill records, including drill plan, drill plan, process photos and video data, drill process records, drill effect evaluation and improvement, and document revision records.
Article 31 after an environmental emergency occurs, all units shall immediately start the "emergency plan for environmental emergencies" and take effective measures to control it, so as to prevent secondary pollution and the continued expansion of pollution.
Article 32 the information submission of major or major environmental emergencies shall be carried out in accordance with the administrative measures for information reporting, investigation and handling of environmental emergencies.
Article 33 the reports of environmental emergencies are divided into three categories: preliminary report, continued report and treatment result report. The initial report shall be submitted within one hour from the discovery of the incident; The follow-up report shall be submitted at any time after finding out the relevant basic information; The handling result report shall be reported immediately after the event is handled. The report should be made in an appropriate way to avoid adverse effects among the local people.
Article 34 investigation and analysis of incidents
(1) After the investigation of the cause of the incident and the aftermath, the responsible unit shall submit a detailed written report to the Ministry of environmental protection, stating the cause, process, danger, remedial measures, treatment results, remaining problems and preventive measures of the incident, with relevant supporting documents attached.
(2) When necessary, the Ministry of environmental protection shall organize relevant units and experts to hold an analysis meeting to carefully analyze the causes of environmental emergencies, and urge relevant units to formulate measures or management measures to prevent the recurrence of emergencies.
Article 35 in addition to the implementation of relevant laws and regulations of the state, the responsibilities of the relevant personnel shall be investigated in accordance with the company's administrative measures for the investigation of environmental protection responsibilities. Information release or media interview of environmental emergencies shall be carried out in accordance with the administrative measures for emergency response of public relations of environmental emergencies.
Chapter IX on site inspection of environmental protection
Article 36 the Ministry of environmental protection shall have the right to conduct on-site inspection of the environmental protection work of all units at any time.
Article 37 all units have the obligation to accept on-site inspection and shall actively cooperate, truthfully reflect the situation and provide necessary information
Article 38 contents of on-site inspection
(1) The establishment and implementation of environmental protection management system;
(2) Legal procedures for environmental protection of construction projects, pollutant discharge permit holders and pollutant discharge according to the permit;
(3) The operation of pollution control facilities and on-line monitoring equipment, and the monitoring personnel work with certificates;
(4) Declaration, transfer, temporary storage and disposal of hazardous wastes;
(5) Emergency drill and personnel training;
(6) Handling of environmental pollution incidents;
(7) Implementation of high cost plan in cleaner production;
(8) Environmental system certification, impact on relevant parties, compliance evaluation of applicable laws and regulations.
Article 39 The Ministry of environmental protection shall, according to its controllability, severity and impact, investigate the responsibility of the direct operators in accordance with the company's "administrative measures for investigation of environmental protection responsibility" for the improper operation of the treatment measures for the pollutants such as waste water, waste residue, waste gas and voice discharged in the production process, resulting in excessive discharge or illegal disposal of pollutants.
Chapter X cleaner production audit and environmental management system certification
Article 40 the company encourages cleaner production and integrates cleaner production into the enterprise development plan. The technology department takes the lead in organizing the promotion of cleaner production, and the environmental protection management department and R & D Department of each unit actively cooperate according to their respective responsibilities.
Article 41 all production units shall carry out scientific research, technological development and popularization of cleaner production, and gradually improve the efficiency of resource utilization and reduce the generation of pollutants through continuous technological transformation.
Article 42 all production units shall supervise and control the consumption of resources and the generation of wastes in the process of production and services, and shall, as necessary, conduct cleaner production audits in the production process.
Article 43 all units are encouraged to actively promote the establishment and certification of the ISO14000 environmental management system according to their own conditions and in accordance with the relevant provisions of the state on environmental management system certification, so as to improve the environmental protection management level of enterprises.
Article 44 All units shall include the cost of cleaner production audit and environmental management system certification into the annual comprehensive budget. According to the Cleaner Production Promotion Law of the people's Republic of China, the expenses for cleaner production audit and training of enterprises can be included in the operating costs of enterprises.
Article 45 the cleaner production audit shall be conducted once every five years, and the cleaner production audit shall be started when the new project has been accepted for five years.
Chapter XI management of comprehensive utilization and disposal of "three wastes"
Article 46 all units shall establish and improve the responsibility system for pollution prevention and control, actively develop and apply the technology of comprehensive utilization of industrial wastes, improve the efficiency of resource utilization and reduce the discharge of pollutants.
Article 47 all units shall, if economically and technologically feasible, recycle the "three wastes" produced in the process of production and service on their own. If it is necessary to transfer them to other units, they shall carefully examine the qualification of the disposer, ensure that the final disposal of the wastes meets the requirements of environmental protection, and prevent the transfer of pollutants.
Article 48 the wastes listed in the national hazardous waste list must be collected, stored and transported in accordance with the relevant provisions of the state, and the corresponding qualified units shall be entrusted to carry out harmless treatment (disposal). In this process, the measures for the management of hazardous waste transfer joint list shall be strictly observed, and the specific operation shall be in accordance with the company's measures for the management of solid waste.
Chapter XII payment of sewage charges and application and use management of special funds for environmental protection
Article 49 the company shall pay the sewage charge in full and on time, and file the verification form of the amount of sewage charge and the copy of the payment receipt for future reference.
Article 50 the Ministry of environmental protection shall supervise and manage the application and use of the company's special funds for environmental protection.
Article 51 special funds for environmental protection are divided into three categories: national, provincial and municipal. Each unit shall organize application materials according to the application requirements of special funds for environmental protection at all levels.
Project application materials include:
(1) Formal documents of the project unit applying for funds;
(2) Fill in the basic information form of environmental protection special fund declaration project;
(3) A copy of the business license of the legal person of the project unit;
(4) Feasibility study report. Including: project purpose, treatment scheme or technical route, total investment budget, amount of subsidy applied, direction of fund use, implementation of safeguard measures, expected social, economic and environmental benefits, etc;
(5) Project filing, planning, land and EIA approval documents.
Article 52 the Ministry of environmental protection shall make a summary and report uniformly according to the declaration of relevant units. If there are too many projects, relevant experts shall be convened to screen and decide the number of projects and applied funds according to actual needs.
Article 53 projects supported by special funds must, in accordance with the relevant provisions of government departments, ensure that the special funds are used for special purposes and that the supporting funds are in place in time to ensure the implementation effect and pass the acceptance.
Chapter XIII establishment and improvement of environmental protection archives
Article 54 in order to further strengthen the on-site supervision of each unit and standardize the environmental management, according to the requirements of relevant environmental protection laws and regulations, each unit shall establish standardized environmental protection data files, which are valid for four years. The archives include the following contents:
(1) Production process technical data;
(2) Environmental impact assessment data of construction project (permanent);
(3) Annual emission declaration, emission permit, monitoring report, on-site supervision and inspection record sheet and emission fee payment document;
(4) Hazardous waste materials (the hazardous waste transfer sheet shall be kept for five years);
(5) Technical data of pollution treatment facilities;
(6) CD, ammonia nitrogen online monitoring data;
(7) Information on emergency disposal of environmental incidents;
(8) Clean production means.
Chapter 14 supplementary provisions
Article 55 these Measures shall be interpreted by the environmental protection department of the company.
Article 56 these Measures shall come into effect on March 1, 2015.
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