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Application of an Environmental Management System to Affect Culture Change and Environmental Leadership Federal Application of an Environmental Management System to Affect Culture Change and Environmental Leadership Federal Environmental Symposia June, 2009

Welcome Angela Laws, CSP, REM Environmental Engineer Edward A Connell, PE, CSP Program Manager Welcome Angela Laws, CSP, REM Environmental Engineer Edward A Connell, PE, CSP Program Manager EOSH Staff Federal Aviation Administration Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center Oklahoma City, OK Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 Federal Aviation Administration 2

Why are We Here? Discuss the path taken to improve environmental performance by implementing Why are We Here? Discuss the path taken to improve environmental performance by implementing an EMS and obtaining ISO 14001 certification • MMAC Background • MMAC Environmental Program History • Environmental Program Improvement Plan • EMS Implementation • ISO 14001 Registration • Results • Current Status of Environmental Program • Path Forward Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 Federal Aviation Administration 3

FAA Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center • 1, 100 acres of land • 125 buildings FAA Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center • 1, 100 acres of land • 125 buildings with 3. 5 million square feet of space • Approximately 6, 500 employees and 1, 300+ students daily • Largest concentration of DOT employees outside of Washington DC • Customer Base – – – Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 Entire FAA All branches of DOT Other Federal Agencies Foreign Governments Passengers, Pilots, media, aircraft owners, and commercial air carriers Federal Aviation Administration 4

FAA Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center • 20 FAA Organizations • Many Tenant Organizations • FAA Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center • 20 FAA Organizations • Many Tenant Organizations • Diverse Operations – Aircraft Maintenance – Second Level Engineering Support for FAA Systems Equipment – Storage and Warehousing – Painting Operations – Maintenance for FAA Systems Equipment – FAA Academy – Medical Research – Business Operations Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 Federal Aviation Administration 5

History • 2001 EPA Inspection – 10 Violations – $67, 000 penalty – Largest History • 2001 EPA Inspection – 10 Violations – $67, 000 penalty – Largest penalty against FAA • RCRA Violations – Hazardous Waste Storage and Labeling – Employee Training – Documentation and Recordkeeping Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 Federal Aviation Administration 6

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Improvement Plan • Complete overhaul of Environmental Program • Increased Focus by Senior Management Improvement Plan • Complete overhaul of Environmental Program • Increased Focus by Senior Management • Increased Ownership of Program by Line Management • Implement EO 13148 • Develop EMS Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 Federal Aviation Administration 11

Improvement Plan Independent Assessment • 3 rd Party Team of Environmental Professionals • Objective Improvement Plan Independent Assessment • 3 rd Party Team of Environmental Professionals • Objective Evaluation of Major Environmental Program Areas Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 • 80 Deficiencies – Hazardous Waste Management – PCB Management – Storm Water Management – Air Pollution Control – Environmental Cleanup – NEPA Federal Aviation Administration 12

Improvement Plan 4 Major Elements – Aggressive Oversight – Employee Awareness and Training – Improvement Plan 4 Major Elements – Aggressive Oversight – Employee Awareness and Training – Environmental Program Roles and Responsibilities – Improved Documentation Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 Federal Aviation Administration 13

Improvement Plan • Aggressive Oversight – External Assessments – Quarterly Internal Inspections • Awareness Improvement Plan • Aggressive Oversight – External Assessments – Quarterly Internal Inspections • Awareness and Training – Senior Management – Job-specific • Environmental Program Roles and Responsibilities – Organizational Accountability – Performance Assessments • Improved Documentation – Implementation of new policies and procedures – Centralized document control system Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 Federal Aviation Administration 14

EMS Implementation-Policy • Began in 2004 • “Self-Declaration” in 2005 • Scope Includes all EMS Implementation-Policy • Began in 2004 • “Self-Declaration” in 2005 • Scope Includes all MMAC Employees and Contractors • Requires MMAC Organizations to: – Ensure compliance w/environmental requirements – Minimize pollution and waste – Conserve natural resources and improve energy efficiency – Continually improve environmental performance Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 Federal Aviation Administration 15

EMS Implementation-Identification MMAC Significant Environmental Aspects • Contaminated Sites: On-site and Off-site (petroleum and EMS Implementation-Identification MMAC Significant Environmental Aspects • Contaminated Sites: On-site and Off-site (petroleum and non -petroleum products) • Air Emissions • Asbestos Releases • Water Consumption • Water Pollution and Spill Prevention • Energy Consumption • Solid (non-hazardous) Waste Generation Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 • Hazardous/Universal Waste Generation • Fuel Storage Tanks • Hazardous Material Storage • Toxic Substance Releases • Pesticide Application • Radiation Emissions • Natural Resource Use • Cultural Resource Use • Biological Waste Generation • Generation of Noise and Other Emissions • Environmental Planning Federal Aviation Administration 16

EMS Implementation. Communication • • Internal and External Audits Management Reviews Newsletter Environmental Network EMS Implementation. Communication • • Internal and External Audits Management Reviews Newsletter Environmental Network – Comprised of representatives from all MMAC organizations – Primary focal point for environmental issues – Main forum for EMS communications • Follow-Up Assessments – April 2004 – December 2004 – 85% of initial findings abated Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 Federal Aviation Administration 17

ISO 14001 Registration • Registration Goal set in FY 2006 • Comprehensive Implementation Plan ISO 14001 Registration • Registration Goal set in FY 2006 • Comprehensive Implementation Plan – – – 3 rd Party Pre-Certification Audit Extensive Corrective Action Plan Five Internal Audits Goals Related to EO 13423 Environmental Performance Track Membership Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 Federal Aviation Administration 18

ISO 14001 Registration • Challenges – – Integration of Contractor Operations Large Campus Diverse ISO 14001 Registration • Challenges – – Integration of Contractor Operations Large Campus Diverse Operations Maintaining a System that Crosses Lines of Business – Union Involvement • Registered by ABS QE on September 17, 2008 Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 Federal Aviation Administration 19

Results • Recycled 100. 7 tons of Cardboard in FY 2008 (exceeded target by Results • Recycled 100. 7 tons of Cardboard in FY 2008 (exceeded target by 525%) • Total Gasoline Consumption 7% below Target of 11, 174 gallons • Total water consumption in 2008 was 17. 95 gallons/gsf, below the target of 21. 68 gallons/gsf. Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 Federal Aviation Administration 20

Results • ISO 14001 Registration in September 2008 • Visitor Brochure • Integration of Results • ISO 14001 Registration in September 2008 • Visitor Brochure • Integration of Contractor Operations into the EMS • Association of Central Oklahoma Governments Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 Federal Aviation Administration 21

Current Status • ISO 14001 Surveillance Audit – July 2009 • 2009 White House Current Status • ISO 14001 Surveillance Audit – July 2009 • 2009 White House Closing the Circle Award – EMS Category Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 Federal Aviation Administration 22

Path Forward • Integration with the Occupational Safety and Health Management System • OHSAS Path Forward • Integration with the Occupational Safety and Health Management System • OHSAS 18001 Registration in 2010 • ISO 50001 implementation in 2011 • MMAC Center of EOSH Excellence in 20 XX Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 Federal Aviation Administration 23

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Thank You! Angela Laws Environmental Engineer (405) 954 -2416 angela. laws@faa. gov Edward A Thank You! Angela Laws Environmental Engineer (405) 954 -2416 angela. [email protected] gov Edward A Connell Program Manager (405) 954 -5292 edward. [email protected] gov EOSH Staff Federal Aviation Administration Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center Oklahoma City, OK Federal Environmental Symposia June 2009 Federal Aviation Administration 25