• 1. 
    An environmentalist wants to use a model in Environmental Management Systems such as ISO 14001. Which of the following models will be appropriate?

  • John P. Kotter’s ‘8 Steps to Successful Change
  • ADKAR Model
  • Deming Cycle (Plan–Do–Check–Act)
  • Change Curve
  • 2. 
    The following are examples of raw data and unadjusted by any other factor except.

  • Electricity could be expressed as ‘kWh per 1,000units produced’
  • Total water consumed in litres over a set period
  • Total product sold in units over a set period
  • Total waste sent to landfill in tonnes over a setperiod.
  • 3. 
    Which statements relate to the reasons why monitoring is an essential element of environmental management?

  • Measuring the extent to which objectives have been achieved – e.g. environmental performance, expected return on investment for energy-efficient product installations
  • Legal requirements – e.g. a permit or licence requirement and to provide data for decision-making – e.g.greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions
  • Contractual obligation – e.g. zero waste to landfill on construction sites and significant resource uses
  • Demonstrating the failure of an environmentalimprovement programme.
  • 4. 
    Which is an environmental sustainability which localized approach in sustainable development passed in each region, province, city, and municipality?

  • Philippine Agenda 21 (1996)
  • Philippine Strategy for Sustainable Development (1990)
  • UN Sustainable Development Goals
  • all of the above
  • 5. 
    Which of the following is not part of Change Curve in relation to change management models?

  • ‘shock’
  • ‘anger’
  • ‘acceptance’
  • ‘capability’
  • 6. 
    "An audit of the purchasing department against ISO 14001" would best be described as which of the following audit types?

  • Due diligence audit
  • Activity audit
  • Third party audit
  • Legal compliance audit
  • 7. 
    Different data types may need to be managed indifferent ways. _________________ requires all environmentalcommunications to be reliable.

  • ISO 14006:2015
  • ISO 14026:2015
  • ISO 14000:2015
  • ISO 14001:2015
  • 8. 
    Which of the following is a barrier to change?

  • Make the business case for change.Provide resources to enable a change in focus.Emphasise that a shift to a leadership approachis more sustainable, encourages greater staffresponsibility and output – less focus on reporting.Provide leadership training.
  • Identify the risks from not changing.Highlight others’ achievements through differentways of working.
  • Working in isolated silos rather than holistically
  • Establish a strategy to determine priorities.Create a ‘change team’ and allocate adequateresources.
  • 9. 
    Which bureau in DENR issues the Environmental Compliance certificate and provides research and laboratory services?

  • Land Management Bureau
  • Mine and Geosciences Bureau
  • Environmental Management Bureau
  • Biodiversity Management Bureau
  • 10. 
    It is the governance strategy to change human behavior in their environment.

  • Environmental Science
  • Environmentalism
  • Environmental Management
  • All of the above
  • 11. 
    Which sustainability treaties and framework that phase out substances that deplete the ozone?

  • Montreal Protocol (1987)
  • Kyoto Protocol (1997)
  • UN Sustainable Development Goals (2015)
  • Paris Agreement (2016)
  • 12. 
    Which of the following is not an enabler of change?

  • Create a ‘change team’ and allocate adequateresource
  • Reframe the risk associated with staying the same
  • Create a ‘change team’ and allocate adequateresource
  • The necessary internal competence may not be inplace
  • 13. 
    Which environmental law is applicable to environmentally critical activities like, mining and large scale poultry?

  • Toxic Substances, Hazardous and Nuclear Waste Control Act (1990)
  • Clean Air Act (1999)
  • Environmental Impact Statement System (1978)
  • Clean Water Act (2004)
  • 14. 
    Which of the statements below does not fall within the implementation of an Environmental Management System?

  • Get top management support and assign responsibility and authority to ensure the system conforms, and for reporting performance
  • Consider potential objectives and devise the policy statement
  • Consider the competencies required and gain staff commitment and improving awareness
  • Determine the scope but do not consider the operational and emergency processes required
  • 15. 
    A manufacturing company is audited by a third party certification body as part of their EMS certification. The auditor identifies a number of areas where the company is not meeting the required standard. What terminology is used to describe these areas?

  • Compliance
  • Nonconformity
  • Conformity
  • Breaches
  • 16. 
    Certification by a United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) accredited certification body normally involvesan application to determine the scope and risk. Which of the following is not part of the certification process ?

  • Determines the intent of the EMS and readiness for stage 2. It includes a review of documentation to make sure the key parts of the standard have been considered.
  • Conduct an environmental review to determine the external and internal issues, needs and expectations of interested parties, risks and opportunities, environmental aspects and compliance obligations
  • Continued assessments are conducted to ensure the system remains effective after certification. A more in-depth strategic review is conducted after three years.
  • Focuses on the effectiveness of the systems at achieving their intended outcome, and is more in-depth than stage 1. It covers all requirements of the standard and all in-scope activities.
  • 17. 
    Which ISO sits within the ISO 14000 family of standards is internationally recognised EMS standard which provides organisations with a framework to protect the environment, and respond to changing environmental conditions in balance with socio-economic needs.?

  • ISO 14001 It specifies requirements that enable an organisation to achieve the intended outcomes that it sets for its EMS.
  • ISO 14020 series – environmental labels anddeclarations
  • ISO 14031 – environmental performance evaluation
  • ISO 14015 – environmental assessment of sites andorganisations
  • 18. 
    This limits global warming and strengthen countries’ ability to deal with its impacts.

  • Montreal Protocol (1987)
  • Kyoto Protocol (1997)
  • UN Sustainable Development Goals (2015)
  • Paris Agreement (2016)
  • 19. 
    Which of the ISO 14000 family of standards deals with incorporating eco-design in organisations?

  • ISO 14063
  • ISO 14064
  • ISO 14040
  • ISO 14006
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