C3 Index


C3.1.   Environmental Monitoring

C3.2.   Types of Monitoring

C3.2.1.            Environmental Inspections

C3.2.2.            Audits

C3.2.3.            Emissions Monitoring

C3.2.4.            Reactive Monitoring

C3.3    Data Management

C3.3.1              Sources of Data

C3.3.2             Types of Data

C3.3.2.1          Continuous or Discreet?

C3.3.2.2          Subjective or Objective?

C3.3.2.3          Quantitative or Qualitative?

C3.3.2.4          Absolute or Normalised?

C3.3.3          Data Collection

C3.3.4          Methods of Analysis

C3.3.4.1          Check Sheet

C3.3.4.2          Visual Management Boards

C3.3.4.3          Time Series Plots

C3.3.4.4          Run Chart

C3.3.4.5          Box Plot

C3.3.4.6          Pareto Analysis

C3.3.4.7          Histograms

C3.3.4.8          Scatter Diagrams

C3.3.5       Communication of Data

C3.4    Verification and Assurance

C3.4.1       What is a Standard?

C3.4.2      Different types of Standard

C3.4.3      Who creates formal Standards?

C3.4.4      How are Standards created?

C3.4.5      Benefits of Standards

C3.4.6     United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS)

C3.4.6.1          What is Accreditation?

C3.4.6.2          The Benefits of Accreditation

C3.4.6.3          Case Studies

C3.4.7 Accounting Principles

C3.4.7.1          Materiality

C3.4.7.2          Responsiveness

C3.4.7.3          Completeness

C3.4.7.4          AA1000 Assurance Standard