Environmental Management

Environmental management

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​In 2007, Christie® offices in both Canada and the United States implemented an EMS based on ISO 14001:2004 and became ISO 14001:2004 registered. Both locations are currently updating their EMS programs to the new ISO 14001:2015 Standard. While some other Christie global locations have adopted forms of an EMS, the target is to have formal programs rolled out in all locations by 2020.

Managing environmental i​mpact

When completed in 2020, the EAP will have accomplished Ushio’s environmental vision of becoming a low-carbon, recycling-orientated and biodiversity-preserving company globally.

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Award winning impact

In the 10 years since the launch of Christie’s environmental program, the company’s success has been recognized not just by its employees, but also by the communities in which it participates.

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Sustainability report

Ushio’s annual sustainability report covers all Ushio business sites and group companies worldwide, including Christie Canada and USA.

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The Christie EMS is a structured framework used to manage the company’s significant environmental impacts.

The EMS helps Christie to:

  • understand how its processes and products affect the environment and how to manage the effects
  • continuously improve on its environmental performance – both limiting negative outcomes and improving resource efficiency, and
  • engage employees, customers, internal and external parties and other external stakeholders to understand the organization’s environmental goals and activities.

The EMS is designed to:

  • prevent pollution
  • protect the environment
  • meet compliance obligations
  • adhere to corporate and organizational objectives
  • achieve continual improvement, and
  • reduce environmental operating costs.
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