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Setting Objectives and Targets EPA Regions 9 & 10 and The Federal Network for Setting Objectives and Targets EPA Regions 9 & 10 and The Federal Network for Sustainability

Objectives After this discussion, you should be able to: • Define EMS objectives and Objectives After this discussion, you should be able to: • Define EMS objectives and targets • Give examples of each • List approaches to setting objectives and targets 2

Overview • Definitions • Examples • Setting Objectives and Targets 3 Overview • Definitions • Examples • Setting Objectives and Targets 3

Definitions An EMS objective is an overall goal arising from the environmental policy statement Definitions An EMS objective is an overall goal arising from the environmental policy statement set by the organization. An EMS target is a detailed measurable performance requirement related to the objective. 4

Organizations Shall Consider: • • Legal and other requirements Significant environmental aspects Technological options Organizations Shall Consider: • • Legal and other requirements Significant environmental aspects Technological options Financial, operational and business requirements • Views of interested parties 5

Examples Objective: Increase solid waste diversion Target: Achieve a 60% diversion rate for all Examples Objective: Increase solid waste diversion Target: Achieve a 60% diversion rate for all solid waste by the year 2005. 6

Examples Objective: Reduce energy consumption Target: Reduce energy consumption by 25% by the year Examples Objective: Reduce energy consumption Target: Reduce energy consumption by 25% by the year 2005 based on a 2000 calendar year baseline. 7

Examples Objective: Improve environmental compliance Target: Reduce the number of external environmental compliance audit Examples Objective: Improve environmental compliance Target: Reduce the number of external environmental compliance audit findings by 50% on an audit-to-audit basis. 8

Examples Objective: Reduce transportation congestion Target: Increase the number of employeedays of mass transit Examples Objective: Reduce transportation congestion Target: Increase the number of employeedays of mass transit use by 50% by the year 2006 based on a 2002 calendar year baseline. Target: Purchase 25 bicycles for use within the facility by the year 2004. 9

Setting Objectives and Targets • • • Start with Planning data Goal setting workshop? Setting Objectives and Targets • • • Start with Planning data Goal setting workshop? EMS Coordinator recommendations? EMS Team recommendations? Management Priorities? 10

Start with Planning Data • • • List of activities, products, and services Aspects Start with Planning Data • • • List of activities, products, and services Aspects register Significant aspects Legal & other requirements Any other data collected for EMS – Costs – Labor – Community concerns 11

Build a Comprehensive Picture • Prepare professional quality executive summary of data – (a/k/a Build a Comprehensive Picture • Prepare professional quality executive summary of data – (a/k/a baseline, benchmark, footprint) • Include: – agency policy – community concerns – management priorities – cost data – future missions of facility or agency 12

Goal Setting Workshop Advantages: • Encourages “buy in” • Raises awareness • Opportunity for Goal Setting Workshop Advantages: • Encourages “buy in” • Raises awareness • Opportunity for training • Views of interested parties can be identified • Sets very ambitious goals Disadvantages: • Expensive • Raises expectations • Time consuming • Sets very ambitious goals 13

EMS Coordinator Recommendations Advantages: Disadvantages: • Inexpensive • Doesn’t encourage “buy • Not time EMS Coordinator Recommendations Advantages: Disadvantages: • Inexpensive • Doesn’t encourage “buy • Not time consuming in” • Requires senior manager • Easy for EMS support and outreach to Coordinator org. • Limited by knowledge of EMS coordinator • Views of interested parties may be missed 14

EMS Team Advantages: • Encourages “buy in” • Raises awareness for group • Opportunity EMS Team Advantages: • Encourages “buy in” • Raises awareness for group • Opportunity for training • More resources for roll-out Disadvantages: • Still requires rollout • Requires senior management buy-in • May miss views of interested parties 15

Management Priorities Advantages: Disadvantages: • Starts with • May require management “buy in” “translation” Management Priorities Advantages: Disadvantages: • Starts with • May require management “buy in” “translation” into reality • Inexpensive • Encourages awareness • May not go far enough • May not have “buy in” from all personnel • May miss views of interested parties 16

Summary • Goal setting is key to moving EMS forward • Start with existing Summary • Goal setting is key to moving EMS forward • Start with existing EMS policy, significant E. aspects/impacts • Encourage buy-in of all stakeholders • Aim high! 17

Exercise 5: Setting Objectives & Targets Aspect Indicator Objective (measure) Target Use of non Exercise 5: Setting Objectives & Targets Aspect Indicator Objective (measure) Target Use of non Gas bills, Purchase consumption -renewable electric car electric resource purchases cars Lower bills, # cars bought Fossil fuel impact 18