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Title: WHY WE STILL CERTIFIED ISO 14001 AND NOT EMAS?

Authors:
Anna L
OHIN
, Floyd AD&C, Romania

Abstract:
From January 1
st
, 2007 we are a European state member and we have the duty to apply the European
Regulation also. One of t
hese Regulations (Commission Regulation (EC) 761/2001 amended by Regulation (EC) No
196/2006) refers to Eco
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Management Audit Scheme (EMAS). How prepared are we to apply the requests of this
Regulation, and why we still continuing to concentrate our attenti
on only on ISO 14001? How many organizations are
certified on ISO 14001 and how many organizations are registered on EMAS in Romania today? These papers
examines the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT analysis), the advantages and cost
s for
implementation and certification/ registration and present a perspective view for the future of the environmental
management in Romania


Title:
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING AS A MANAGEMENT TOOL: THE CASE OF BOSNIA AND
HERZEGOVINA

Authors:
Prof
. Kasim
TATIĆ
, Ph.D. School of Economics and Business Sarajevo

Abstract:
The aim of this paper is to discuss the role that environmental management accounting plays as a tool
intended to provide needed economic and ecological information at the company lev
el with the aim of contributing to a
more efective internal process of decision
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making and control activities. Certain limitations and shortfalls of traditional
accounting systems in handling various environmental issues are shortelly discussed. Appropriat
e information on all
costs is a prerequisite for correctly assessing profitabitiy of particular product or service, project, production line,
department or the entire company. Without information on full costs it is even more difficult to make correct b
usiness
decision on what changes to make in order to improve profitability in a business environment characterized by more
intensified competition. Hence the need for the short discussion on certain specificities and importance of various
environmental cos
ts on the company level, and different acounting techniques through which they can be used in the
proces of business decision
-
making proces. Some barriers and open issues and challenges for further development of
environmental management accounting, as wel
l as general estimation of the situation with that regard in Bosnia and
Herzegovina, are given at the end of the paper.


Title:
QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN INTERNATIONAL LEONADRO DA

VINCI PROJECT


“FREE LEARNING

PROJECT

Authors:
N
adia
POTOCEANU, G.R.

G
ILLICH
, TROVATO, C.
,
University “Eftimie Murgu”
Resita, 3FOCSIV, Italia

Abstract:
The authors are working in Free Learning project and one of first products of this project is “
Plan of the
Quality Management

.
The aim of this plan is to guarantee both the whole
project quality and the specific
processes/products quality, assuring that:

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any potential problem or mistake, come out during the project life cycle, is immediately pointed out;

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the systematic application and verification of the activities, according
to defined indicators, produce the quality of
results achieved consistently with aims and needs previously identified.


Title:
THE FORMATION OF SPECIALISTS FOR THE INTEGRAL MANAGEMENT

(QUALITY, ENVIRONMENT,
OPERATION’S SECURITY)

Authors:
Sorin
CIUREA
,
Man
agement Department,
Politehnica
University
of Bucharest, Romania

Abstract:
It presents the voluntary approach inside an integrate university network for managerial formation. Over:
management of the environment quality, security of stuff, work and informat
ion according to the international
standard and the market evolution.

In place of a direct approach it insists on the need for using banks/ database and the systematic formation of
managers capable to operate in companies. The principal element is showing

the value of the contribution that
integrates management brings for the profit and the development of the company. In stead of a classical teaching, it
follows the implication in the research
-
design management, in consulting, in real cases for the compani
es (especially
those who are in a financial and social deadlock). The contribution of management at the level of companies is
considered


guarding the proportions


like the maximum point of attack, witch will show the value all the
organization structure
s, in general, all society that expects XXI century: reorganization of the development on
ecological and quality principles.


Title:
ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT


THE WAY TO INNOVATION, TECHNICAL PROGRESS AND ECONOMIC
BENNEFITS

Authors:
Professor Ph. D. Eng. C
ristian N
ICULESCU
, Assistant Eng. Claudiu P
URDESCU
, Politehnica University of
Bucharest
, Romania

Abstract:
By the last two decades, the European Union standards have constantly increased the demanding for
harmful emissions in commercial transport. At the b
eginning of the 1990s, the European Union for the first time
specified emission limits for diesel engines in commercial vehicles and after that decided to incrementally make this
limits more stringent in five phases, so
-
called Euro 1, Euro 2, Euro3, Euro 4

and Euro5 standards. Knowing that the
Euro 4 standard will go into effect in October this year and Euro 5 at the end of 2009, the goals for each car
manufacturing company are to produce high
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quality products and the achievements of the profitability using

new
technologies that makes vehicles cleaner and more efficient in fuel consummation.


Title:
USER INTERFACES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Authors:
Doina Corina
ŞERBAN, PhD, Senior Lecturer,
Politehnica University of Bucharest,
Romania

Abstract:
With steady population growth and industrialization, intense resource use, and growing complexity of socio
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technological systems, human activities increasingly affect the environment. In turn, the environment affects human
health and well being. Environmen
tal and related health considerations are becoming important components of
planning, and these concerns and issues are now shaping not only research but also the political agenda on the local,
national, and even global, scale.

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Title: TOWARDS A DURABLE DEVE
LOPMENT OF THE BUILDING MATERIALS INDUSTRY


THE KEY
INDICATORS OF THE PERFORMANCE

Authors:

Adriana
-
Graţiela PRIBEANU eng. CEPROCIM


Research

and Engineering Institute for Cement, Romania

Abstract:
The building materials industry being on the durable deve
lopment way (DD) is important to create the
performance indicators, which quantify the progress of the companies in the targets realization of DD. Each company
is using a specific number of the “key” indicators in order to monitor the performances in busin
ess, including the
environment indicators. The DD improvement will be achieved only if the companies will take into consideration a
suitable set of key indicators as a basis for the strategic decisions. The main objective of this paper is to analyze the
ke
y indicators of performance towards a durable development of the cement industry. The evaluation of the DD
performance helps the enterprise to improve the overall performance. The DD evaluation is defined as a periodical
quantification of the social, envir
onmental and economical performance of the enterprise and the use of the resulted
indicators as a basis for a future objectives planning. The key indicators of the performance used for the measurement
of the DD performance are:



The indicators which reflect
s the socials, economical and environment dimensions of the DD;



The indicators which refers to all stages of the life cycle of the product, from the raw materials
acquisition until the demolition and depositing.


Title:
THE CONCEPTION OF FIRE PREVENTION I
N THE THEORY OF MANAGERIAL HAZARD

Author:

Stela POPESCU, Ph.D., work inspector
, Romania

Abstract:
The conception of fire prevention in the theory of managerial hazard is an intrinsic novelty in the research
domain regarding the anticipation of fires based on the real facts from the operational researches theories.

The project is conceived with the purp
ose of taking the necessary steps for fire managing at the level of sensitive at
hazard systems.

The case study, as an experimental base of the doctorate project, emphasizes the restricted functional elements of the
Romanian units as managing the fire ris
ks and comes with changes provoked by the application of industrial
reengineering methods so that the actual level of error of the fire improves and each unit formed for prevention of
hazards reaches the performances of the European systems, specialized in

these activity domains