Environment, Health and Safety Organization
Environmental initiatives inside Boeing are consolidated into one corporate organization -- Environment, Health and Safety -- which works with Boeing business units to drive an integrated, companywide strategy that includes our products, services, processes and facilities. This strategy also considers the impacts of our suppliers and customers.
Our strategy is guided by the Environment, Health and Safety Policy Council, led by Boeing Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Jim McNerney. This Policy Council ensures that strategy and performance targets are set and monitored at the highest levels of the company.
The Environment, Health and Safety organization contains functions focused on occupational safety and health, environmental and regulatory compliance. Responsibilities of this organization include
- Establishing companywide strategies to address current and potential future environmental issues associated with Boeing products, services, facilities and technologies, and those of our suppliers and customers.
- Defining and implementing companywide environmental management systems and tools for integrating environmental capabilities into the company's core operating processes.
- Establishing standards, processes and guidelines for tracking Boeing's performance to these environmental plans and objectives.
- Assisting business partners in tracking their performance to environmental plans and objectives.
Certification to the internationally recognized ISO 14001 environmental management standard has strengthened our companywide focus on continuous improvement and enabled a common way of managing environmental processes across the company.
Sites in the following locations are certified to the ISO 14001 standard, and Boeing China, the PDX Hangar in Portland, Ore., South Carolina, and Williamtown, Australia, are expected to earn certification in 2012:
California: Anaheim, Cypress, El Segundo, Huntington Beach, Long Beach, Palmdale, Rancho Cucamonga, Seal Beach, Sylmar, San Diego, Taft and Torrance
Florida: Kennedy Space Center
Illinois: St. Clair
Missouri: St. Charles and St. Louis
Texas: El Paso, Houston and San Antonio
Utah: Salt Lake City
Washington: Auburn, Bellevue, Everett, Frederickson, Kent, Renton, Seattle and Tukwila
Australia: Amberley, Bankstown, Brisbane, and Fishermans Bend
United Kingdom: Bristol, Knaresborough and Welwyn Garden City