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COURSE: WENV 020 Environmental Management Systems Coordinator
For each student to comprehend the Air Force Environmental Management System (EMS) framework in conjunction with the EMS activities at the installations. Students will thoroughly understand Air Force EMS processes and the execution of environmental management review process.
This on-line course provides a detailed understanding of requirements behind the Air Force Environmental Management Systems (EMS) framework. It provides an overview EMS and EMS tools. Course content includes: EMS Basics, cross-functional team (CFT) roles and responsibilities, coordinating activities between CFT and ESOH Council, Navigating eDASH/VEMO, Updating/Maintaining Your Installation Site, updates and advice by practitioners in the field. Students will: understand key Air Force requirements for an effective EMS, understand environmental inspection process; and appreciate the importance of the installation management review process. Graduates will develop baseline skills needed manage EMS processes at their installation. Successful completion of this course fully conforms to the requirements in DODI 4715.17, Environmental Management Systems, AFI 32-7001 Environmental Management, and ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems.
Installation EMS Coordinators, CFT Chairs, Installation Environmental Unit Chief (Civil Engineering) and Contracting Officer Representatives (CORs) overseeing environmental functions. Primary audience also includes other installation, AFCEC and MAJCOM (or
EMS Cross Functional Team members (including Environmental Program Managers and Primary Unit Environmental Coordinators).