The CEM provides environmental impact assessment (EIA) services to both the private and public sector. The CEM’s approach to EIA focuses on the facilitation of interaction and communication between the client, regulator, other stakeholders and technical specialists. The CEM, in association with our extensive network of specialists, is in the position to streamline projects with multiple authorisation requirements by managing the authorisation processes in parallel.
The CEM provides services in the following fields:
The CEM’s experience with management systems in general and environmental management systems in particular goes back to 1994 when the first revision of ISO 14001 was generated.
The CEM has extensive experience in:
Our core team of SHE management advisors are SAATCA-registered auditors.
In association with its network of specialists, the CEM has extensive knowledge and experience in:
The philosophy of the CEM is to sustain a small core team of skilled environmental and related specialists, supported by a network of experts in various relevant fields. All of the CEM’s environmental specialists are recognised leaders in their fields.
Specialist services provided by the CEM include:
The CEM’s law specialists have extensive knowledge of environmental- and occupational and mine health and safety-related legislation and regulations of all the spheres of government.
The CEM is in a position to provide the following services to both the public and the private sector:
The CEM has the expertise to assist organisations with conducting environmental risk assessments that conform to ISO 31001.
These risk assessments include the identification and assessment of the eco-toxicological-based risk assessments for hazardous substances throughout their life cycles.
The risk assessments are performed both for base lines and for issue-based risk assessment scopes.