Regulation (2009:907) On Environmental Management In Government Agencies

Original Language Title: Förordning (2009:907) om miljöledning i statliga myndigheter

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section 1 of this regulation, the courts and the authorities

specified in §§ 22-32.



The regulation is notified pursuant to Chapter 8. 7 §

the Constitution Act. Regulation (2015:229).



Definitions



paragraph 2 of this regulation,



indirect environmental impact: a negative or positive change in

the environment arising as a result of someone other than

authority takes an action as a consequence of that authority

has announced regulations or adopted any different decision,

given advice, conducted training or provided information, and



direct environmental impact: a negative or positive change in

the environment incurred as a result of the Agency's

activities and not indirect environmental impact.



Obligation to have an environmental management system



§ 3 An authority referred to in sections 22 to 32 shall, within the framework of its

regular assignments have an environmental management system that integrates

environmental considerations in the Authority's activities so as to take into account

to the direct and indirect environmental impact on a

systematic way.



An authority should have an environmental management system and whose

activity results in a significant environmental impact should



1. register pursuant to European Parliament and Council

Regulation (EC) No 1221/2009 of 25 november 2009 on the

voluntary participation by organisations in a community

eco-management and audit scheme (Emas) and if

repealing Regulation (EC) no 761/2001 and Commission

decision 2001/681/EC and 2006/193/EC, or



2. become certified according to standard ISO 14001.



If there are sections 22 to 32 shows that the authority may have a

simplified environmental management system, it is sufficient to

the environmental management system refers to the business direct

the impact on the environment. Regulation (2015:229).



Environmental review



section 4 of the environmental management system will mean that the impact on the environment

as the business's internal and external activities can provide

cause is investigated (environmental review).



The environmental review shall be kept current by the reviewed

and updated with significant changes in the business

or at least every five years. The investigation shall include

details of the environmental requirements of law and other statutes relating to

the business.



section 5 of the environmental review will provide the basis for

environmental management system's direction and design.



section 6, if the authority has a simplified environmental management system but

the environmental review shows that activity may give rise to

significant indirect environmental impacts, the environmental management system

include this indirect impact on the environment.



Environmental policy and environmental goals



section 7 of the environmental management system will mean that the Agency has a

environmental policy and established environmental goals for the business.



Environmental objectives should be measurable in so far as is reasonably

possible to measure objectives and how they are achieved.



Environmental objectives must be kept current by the reviewed and

updated at least every three years.



section 8 of the environmental policy and the environmental objectives will contribute to the sustainable

development and to meet the national environmental quality objectives.



Action plan, responsibilities and procedures



section 9 of the environmental management system will mean that the Agency has a

action plan for achieving environmental objectives.



The resources, procedures and time limits that apply to

the work should be indicated in the action plan.



section 10 of the environmental management system will mean that the authority

clearly specify the responsibilities that apply in the work

to comply with the environmental policy and achieve environmental objectives.

Responsibilities should be set out in the action plan.



section 11 of the environmental management system will mean that the Agency has

such documented procedures for the control of activities

as



1. ensure that the environmental policy and applicable environmental rules

are followed,



2. helping to reduce negative environmental impacts so far

possible, and



3. contribute to achieving the environmental goals of the Agency.



section 12 of the action plan, responsibilities and procedures should

mean that the work on monitoring the action plan and reach

the environmental targets are documented, recorded, monitored and reviewed

so that work continuously improved.



Green procurement



section 13 of the environmental management system will mean that the authority

adapt their procurement in so far as such

customization is possible.



Tools for environmental adaptation



section 14 of the environmental management system shall mean that authority by

information and training, continuously developing staff

competence and awareness of environmental considerations in their work.



section 15 of the environmental management system shall mean that authority so

whenever possible use a energy efficient

information technology as tools to green their

activity. The authority shall, in the same order even develop an

meeting and travel policy.



16 repealed by Regulation (2015:229).



Yearly follow-up



section 17 of the environmental management system will mean that the authority

annually conduct internal environmental audits to check

the Agency follows local regulations and other

governing documents for the Authority's environmental management and

environmental work.



18 § the museums shall annually conduct a review of

the environmental management system and follow up the results of the work so

to



1. According to how well the Agency has managed to follow

environmental policy and achieve environmental objectives, and



2. There is a basis for decisions on the future

environmental management work.



19 § follow-up in accordance with section 18, the Agency shall



1. carry out the controls and take the measurements of the

environmental impact is needed,



2. evaluate how the action plan in accordance with section 9, and



3. evaluate how existing environmental rules have been followed.



Accounting



section 20 of an authority should have an environmental management system should

annually report the environmental management work under the form of

the annex.



Report shall be signed by the head of the Agency and

in connection with the Agency's annual report be submitted to the

the Ministry in the Government offices that authority belongs to and

to the environmental protection agency. Regulation (2015:229).



20 a of the Courts shall provide answers in the parts of the annex

related to energy-efficient purchases under the Regulation (2014:480)

If Government purchases of energy efficient products, services and

buildings. Regulation (2015:229).



20 b of the environmental protection agency shall, by 15 april of each year to

the Government shall provide an annual summary of authorities

financial statements under section 20. Regulation (2015:229).



To set up an environmental management system for the first time.



section 21 of an authority set up an environmental management system for

the first time, within eight months of the authority

According to this regulation were required to have a

environmental management system



1. have a plan for the establishment which contains a

timetable for establishment, as well as information on how the creation is

intended to be organised and who's responsible for it

the work, and



2. disclose an environmental review under paragraph 4, the environmental policy and

environmental goals, as referred to in section 7, the plan of action referred to in section 9

and how the environmental management system is intended to be integrated into the

ordinary course of business.



Accounts referred to in the first subparagraph 2 shall be submitted to the

the Ministry in the Government offices that authority belongs to and

to the environmental protection agency.



Authorities have environmental management systems



section 22 in respect of authorities belonging to the

Ministry of labour, an environmental management system

According to paragraph 3, be in



1. The Labour Court,



2. The public employment service,



3. the working environment authority,



4. the Institute for labour market and education policy

evaluation, and



5. the Council for the European social fund in Sweden.



The authorities referred to in the first subparagraph 4 and 5 may have a

simplified environmental management system. Regulation (2015:229).



section 23 in respect of authorities belonging to the Ministry of finance

an environmental management system according to paragraph 3, be in



1. The National Board for consumer complaints,



2. The Swedish Agency for government employers,



3. the national financial management authority,



4. The financial supervisory authority,



5. The Swedish fortifications Agency,



6. Kammarkollegiet,



7. The National Institute of economic research,



8. Consumer Protection Agency,



9. the enforcement authority,



10. Lottery inspection,



11. the county administrative boards,



12. The Swedish national debt Office,



13. The Revenue Commissioners,



14. The national property Board,



15. The State pension Chief,



16. The central statistical office,



17. The State Treasury, and



18. The customs service.



The authorities referred to in the first subparagraph 1, 4, 10 and 12 may

have a simplified environmental management system. Regulation (2015:229).



24 § in the case of authorities belonging to the

The Department of Defense to an environmental management system in accordance with paragraph 3 of

be present in



1. The Swedish defence materiel administration,



2. the national defence radio establishment,



3. Swedish defence research agency, and



4. Swedish defence recruitment authority.

Regulation (2015:229).



section 25 in the case of authorities belonging to the

The Department of Justice, an environmental management system according to paragraph 3 of the

be present in



1. The National Council for crime prevention,



2. The crime victim compensation and support authority,



3. The Data Inspection Board,



4. Courts Administration,



5. The Swedish national economic crimes Bureau,



6. The Attorney General,



7. The prison system,



8. Coast Guard,



9. The Swedish Migration Board,



10. The Swedish civil contingencies Agency,



11. Police authorities,



12. Board of Auditors,



13. The National Board of forensic medicine,



14. State Commission of inquiry,



15. The security police, and



16. The public prosecutor's Office.



The authorities referred to in the first subparagraph 1 – 3, 6, 12 and 14

may have a simplified environmental management system.

Regulation (2015:229).



section 26/expires U: 2016-01-01/

In the case of authorities belonging to the Ministry of culture

an environmental management system according to paragraph 3, be in



1. The Equality Ombudsman,



2. the Institute for language and folklore,



3. The Swedish Arts Grants Committee,




4. The Royal armoury, skokloster castle with the Foundation

Hallwyl Museum,



5. The Museum of modern art,



6. Authority for radio and television,



7. the authority for accessible media,



8. National Museum with Prince Eugen's Waldemarsudde,



9. Museum of natural history,



10. National Heritage Board,



11. The national archives,



12. Swedish travelling exhibitions,



13. The Sami Parliament,



14. The State's Center for architecture and design,



15. The national museums,



16. State historical museums,



17. The national public art Council,



18. The Swedish National Council for Cultural Affairs,



19. National Maritime museums,



20. Swedish media Council of the State,



21. The State museums of world culture,



22. The State's music works, and



23. Parliamentary authority.



The authorities referred to in the first subparagraph 2, 3, 7, 11, 17,

18, 20 and 23, have a simplified environmental management system.

Regulation (2015:229).



26 section/entry into force: 01/01/2016

In the case of authorities belonging to the Ministry of culture

an environmental management system according to paragraph 3, be in



1. The Equality Ombudsman,



2. the Institute for language and folklore,



3. The Swedish Arts Grants Committee,



4. The Royal armoury, skokloster castle with the Foundation

Hallwyl Museum,



5. The Museum of modern art,



6. Authority for press, radio and television,



7. the authority for accessible media,



8. National Museum with Prince Eugen's Waldemarsudde,



9. Museum of natural history,



10. National Heritage Board,



11. The national archives,



12. Swedish travelling exhibitions,



13. The Sami Parliament,



14. The State's Center for architecture and design,



15. The national museums,



16. State historical museums,



17. The national public art Council,



18. The Swedish National Council for Cultural Affairs,



19. National Maritime museums,



20. Swedish media Council of the State,



21. The State museums of world culture,



22. The State's music works, and



23. Parliamentary authority.



The authorities referred to in the first subparagraph 2, 3, 7, 11, 17,

18, 20 and 23, have a simplified environmental management system.

Regulation (2015:621).



section 27 Has been repealed by Regulation (2015:229).



section 28/expires U: 2016-01-01/

In the case of authorities that are related to environmental and

Department of energy, an environmental management system according to paragraph 3 of the

be present in



1. Swedish Swedish power grids,



2. electrical safety Office,



3. the Energy market Inspectorate,



4. Swedish Research Council for environment, agricultural sciences and

community building,



5. Marine and water,



6. The Swedish Chemicals Agency,



7. Environmental Protection Agency,



8. The Swedish Energy Agency,



9. Swedish geotechnical Institute,



10. The State's va-Board,



11. The Swedish radiation safety authority, and



12. The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute.



The authorities referred to in the first subparagraph 2 and 10 may have a

simplified environmental management system. Regulation (2015:229).



28 section/entry into force: 01/01/2016

In the case of authorities that are related to environmental and

Department of energy, an environmental management system according to paragraph 3 of the

be present in



1. Swedish Swedish power grids,



2. electrical safety Office,



3. the Energy market Inspectorate,



4. Swedish Research Council for environment, agricultural sciences and

community building,



5. Marine and water,



6. The Swedish Chemicals Agency,



7. Environmental Protection Agency,



8. The Swedish Energy Agency,



9. Swedish geotechnical Institute,



10. The Swedish radiation safety authority, and



11. The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute.



The Swedish National Electrical Safety Board may have a simplified environmental management system.

Regulation (2015:696).



29 § in the case of authorities belonging to the Ministry of industry

an environmental management system according to paragraph 3, be in



1. The Swedish companies registration office,



2. Boverket,



3. The Swedish competition authority,



4. The national land survey of Sweden,



5. The National Food Administration,



6. Civil Aviation Administration,



7. the Agency for growth policy studies and

analyses,



8. The Swedish Patent and registration office,



9. The Swedish Post and Telecom Agency,



10. The Finnish maritime administration,



11. the National Board of forestry,



12. The State's agricultural work,



13. The national Veterinary Institute,



14. the Swedish national road and transport Research Institute,



15. Geological Survey,



16. The Swedish University of agricultural sciences,



17. Regional growth,



18. Traffic analysis,



19. Transport Department,



20. Transport Board, and



21. Agency for innovation systems (Vinnova).

Regulation (2015:229).



section 30 in respect of authorities belonging to the Ministry of health, an environmental management system according to paragraph 3, be in 1. The Ombudsman for children, 2. E-hälsomyndigheten, 3. The public health agency, 4. The Research Council for health, work and well-being, 5. Insurance, 6. Health care disciplinary board, 7. Inspectorate for health and social care, 8. The MPA, 9. Authority for participation, 10. Authority for family law and parental support, 11. Pensions authority, 12. The National Board of health and welfare, 13. The State's preparation for the medical and social assessment, 14. The Swedish National Board of institutional care, and 15. Dental and pharmaceutical benefits Board.



The authorities referred to in the first subparagraph 1, 2, 4, 6, 9, 10 and 13, have a simplified environmental management system.

Regulation (2015:981).



31 § in the case of authorities belonging to the

Ministry of education and research, an environmental management system according to

section 3 be in



1. Blekinge Institute of technology,



2. Csn,



3. The Swedish National Defence College,



4. Gymnastik-och idrottshögskolan,



5. The University of Gothenburg,



6. University of Dalarna,



7. University of Borås,



8. University of Gävle,



9. University of Halmstad,



10. University of Skövde,



11. University of Kristianstad,



12. high school West,



13. The Swedish Institute of space physics,



14. Karlstad University,



15. Karolinska institutet,



16. Art bins,



17. The Royal. the library,



18. The Royal. The school of fine arts,



19. Royal. The Royal College of music in Stockholm,



20. Royal. Institute of technology,



21. Liu,



22. Linnaeus University,



23. the Luleå University of technology,



24. Lund University,



25. Malmö University,



26. Mid Sweden University,



27. the authority for youth and civil society issues,



28. the authority for the Polytechnic,



29. Mälardalen University,



30. The Swedish Polar Research Secretariat,



31. The Swedish national space Board,



32. The Sami school board,



33. Special education and schools,



34. State school inspection,



35. Statens skolverk,



36. Stockholm University of the arts,



37. Stockholm University,



38. the södertörn University College



39. The University of Umea, Sweden,



40. The Swedish Council for higher education,



41. the higher education authority,



42. Uppsala University,



43. The Swedish Research Council,



44. University of Örebro, and



45. the Board of appeal for student aid.



The authorities referred to in the first subparagraph 4, 19, 28, 32, 36,

43 and 45, have a simplified environmental management system.

Regulation (2014:80).



32 § in the case of authorities belonging to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

an environmental management system according to paragraph 3, be in



1. Export Credits Guarantee Board,



Folke Bernadotte Academy, 2.



3. The Inspectorate for strategic products,



4. the Board of trade,



5. The Nordic Africa Institute,



6. The Swedish Board for accreditation and technical control,



7. the Swedish international development cooperation agency, and



8. the Swedish Institute.



The authorities referred to in the first subparagraph 2, 3 and 5 shall have

a simplified environmental management system. Regulation (2014:80).



Transitional provisions



2009:907



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on January 1, 2010.



2. If a State Agency by a special decision before the

1 January 2010 has been commissioned by the Government to introduce

or have an environmental management system or to follow guidelines

for the accounting of environmental management, the authority shall

be deemed to have completed the mission by following the provisions of the

This regulation.



Annex I repealed Regulation (2014:80).



Annex



FORM FOR REPORTING ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT WORK



Part 1 of the environmental management system



1. Authority Is environmentally certified?



_ Yes _ No _ Yes, Iso 14001 Emas



2. What is the Authority's environmental policy?



3. When the Agency has recently updated their

environmental review?



4. Which of the Agency's activities have a

significant direct or indirect impact on the environment?



5. What are the goals the Agency established for the activities

have significant impact on the environment?



6. what actions the Agency has taken to reach these

target?



7. Disclose how well objectives have been met.



8. What measures has the authority to give the

employees the knowledge they need to take environmental considerations into

the work?



9. The manner in which the Agency has been using information technology in

order to reduce their energy use (e.g. it systems for

to control and regulate the lighting, heating, ventilation,

energy efficiency of equipment, etc.)?



10. The manner in which the Agency has been using information technology

in order to reduce the number of business trips (e.g., telephone, Web,

video meetings)?



Part 2 follow-up to the work of the environmental management impact



1. Business trips and other transportation



1.1. Emissions of carbon dioxide in kg, overall and per

annual work force, from



a) flights under 500 km,



b) car journeys made in the service (including your own car,

company car, rental car, leased car, taxi),



c) rail travel,



d) bus trips, and



e) machinery and other vehicles used in

Government operations.



1.2 the Total carbon dioxide emissions in kilograms, and

per man-year, according to 1 (1) (a) to (e).



1.3 the CO2 emissions in kilograms for flights over 50

mil, total and per man-year.



1.4. Description of collected results:



a) Please describe what has influenced the result in positive or

negative direction, e.g. organizational changes, trends,

new missions.



b) describe any problems and gaps in the material, and

how and when the Agency plans to address these.




1.5 How is the data produced (if this differs between

follow-up measurements, specify what applies for each

dimensions)?



_ Private follow-up system



_ Vendor information



_ Estimate (explain in what way)



1.6 the follow-up measures in the answers to questions are based on:



_ Standardised list as the environmental protection agency provides



_ Data developed in other ways, namely:



2. Energy use



2.1 annual energy usage in kilowatt hours, total, per

the annual labour and per m2 of total useful floor

divided into



a) business electricity, and



(b)) other energy use



2.2. Is the heat consumption normalårskorrigerad?



_ Yes _ No _ Partly



2.3 the proportion of renewable energy in the total energy use

(in per cent).



2.4 has been renewable electricity requirement in produktionsspecificerad

the Authority's electricity contracts?



_ Yes _ No _ Partly



2.5 energy use Has declined as a result of

collaboration with the Agency's property owners?



_ Yes _ No



If Yes, please describe the measures implemented as a result

of cooperation.



2.6. Description of collected results:



a) Please describe what has influenced the result in positive or

negative direction, e.g. organizational changes, trends,

new missions.



b) describe any problems and gaps in the material, and

how and when the Agency plans to address these.



2.7. How is the data produced (if this differs between

follow-up measurements, specify what applies for each

dimensions)?



_ Private follow-up system



_ Vendor information



_ Estimate (explain in what way)



3. Environmental requirements in procurement



3.1 proportion of procurement and allotments where environmental requirements set by the

the total number of contracts and entitlements (listed in

per cent).



3.2 number of contracts above the threshold where energy requirements

According to the Regulation (2014:480) if State Government purchases

of energy-efficient products, services and buildings have

been lodged.



If the requirements under the regulation on purchase of State authorities

energy efficient products, services and buildings do not have

raised in procurement across the threshold, state the reasons for

it:



_ Cost-efficiency



_ Economic feasibility



_ Sustainability in the wider sense



_ Technical suitability



_ Sufficient competition



_ Other, namely:



3.3 the Agency has asked the energy requirements at nytecknande by

lease or purchase of buildings?



_ Yes _ No



If no, provide reasons for it:



_ Cost-efficiency



_ Economic feasibility



_ Sustainability in the wider sense



_ Technical suitability



_ Sufficient competition



_ Has not signed a new lease or bought the building, then

Regulation (2014:480) if State authorities ' purchase of

energy efficient products, services and buildings was introduced



_ Other, namely:



3.4. Economic value of registered contracts and entitlements

with the environmental requirements of the total value of contracts and entitlements

per year.



3.5. Description of collected results:



a) Please describe what has influenced the result in positive or

negative direction, e.g. organizational changes, trends,

new missions.



b) describe any problems and gaps in the material, and

how and when the Agency plans to address these.



3.6. How is the data produced (if this differs between

follow-up measurements, specify what applies for each

dimensions)?



_ Private follow-up system



_ Vendor information



_ Estimate (explain in what way)

Regulation (2015:229).