IEMA Environmental Auditor Register
The IEMA Register of Environmental Auditors is open to both internal and external auditors working within the areas of environmental auditing and environmental management systems (EMS) auditing.
You can apply to one of the general environmental auditor levels as an Associate, Registered or Registered Principle Environmental Auditors, or to one of the EMS Auditor Levels as an EMS Auditor or Lead EMS Auditor.
Associate Environmental Auditor
Registered Associate Environmental Auditors are typically active 'trainee' environmental auditors who are expected to have, as a minimum, a basic knowledge of environmental auditing.
Registered Environmental Auditor
Registered Environmental Auditors are expected to have a good appreciation of a range of environmental issues and environmental auditing techniques and to be competent environmental auditors in the areas in which they operate. However, their experience may be confined to a limited number of environmental audit types and sectors. Registered Environmental Auditors will typically be regular and active members of environmental audit teams.
Principal Environmental Auditor
Registered Principal Environmental Auditors are expected to have a wealth of environmental auditing expertise and will typically lead/manage environmental audit teams and liaise with senior management on a regular basis. They are expected to be able to take considerably greater responsibilities than registered Environmental Auditors and to have an excellent appreciation of the wide range of issues pertaining to environmental auditing.
EMS Auditors are expected to have a good appreciation of the EMS audit process and be qualified to be a member of an audit team to undertake specific duties that they have expertise in.
Lead EMS Auditor
Lead EMS Auditors are expected to have a thorough appreciation of all aspects of the EMS audit process and be qualified to lead an audit team.
The Register is an internationally recognised environmental auditor accreditation scheme, dedicated to raising the professional competence in the environmental auditing field.
By becoming an IEMA Registered Auditor you will:
How to Apply
Learn more about the application process on the IEMA Environmental Auditor Register Application Process page.
|Download the IEMA Environmental Auditor Application Pack|
Please see the Application Pack to review the eligeability levels for each of the Environmental Auditor register.
The initial application fee will cover the administrative costs of undertaking the assessment, and Affiliate Membership of the Institute if you are not already a member. Thereafter you will be required to pay an annual renewal fee. The cost of applying depends on whether you are already a member of IEMA. The cost to members will be appropriate application fee only. Please see application pack for details.
|Auditor Level||Membership Fee||Auditor Application Fee||Total Fee|
|Associate Environmental Auditor||£99||£49.20 (inc. VAT 20%)||£148.20|
|Environmental Auditor||£99||£175.20(inc. VAT 20%)||£274.20|
|Principal Environmental Auditor||£99||£313.20 (inc. VAT 20%)||£412.20|
|EMS Auditor||£99||£54.00(inc. VAT 20%)||£153.00|
|Lead EMS Auditor||£99||£85.20(inc. VAT 20%)||£184.20|
IEMA also offers a free of charge referral service. On request, the database can be searched to find appropriately qualified registrants to undertake specific environmental auditing/EMS related projects. To request a referral contact a member of the technical team on (+44) 01522 540069 or e-mail email@example.com. Please note that referrals are not undertaken for permanent work.
Maintaining your IEMA Environmental Auditor Membership
If you are an existing IEMA Auditor, you are required to complete Continuing Professional development (CPD) log sheets on an annual basis. These will be reviewed by IEMA Technical staff, and you will be advised if an upgrade application is possible. Auditors are required to submit CPD log sheets to maintain their registration.
If you would like to upgrade your details, please get in touch with us.