Green Sustainable Island by Implementation of Environmental; Health; Safety and Energy Strategy in KISH Trading-Industrial Free Zones-IRAN

Amin Padash
Iranian Academic Center for Education, Culture & Research – San’ati Sharif university branch, Environmental Engineering Centre, Iran

M. Khodaparast
Contracts Department of National Iranian South Oil Fields Company, Iran

A. Zahirian
Islamic Azad University Khuzestan Science & Research Branch, Iran

A. Kaabi Nejadian
Consultant of Director General of Renewable Energy Organization of Iran, Iran

Ladda ner artikelhttp://dx.doi.org/10.3384/ecp110573034

Ingår i: World Renewable Energy Congress - Sweden; 8-13 May; 2011; Linköping; Sweden

Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings 57:5, s. 3034-3041

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Publicerad: 2011-11-03

ISBN: 978-91-7393-070-3

ISSN: 1650-3686 (tryckt), 1650-3740 (online)


The sustainable development of green islands for implement Environmental; Health and Safety Management Systems for free trade zones required to confirm to ISO 14001; OHSAS 18001 and ISO 50001 standards. The Standard development of policy and strategy for business and tourism requires; in first instance; a vision. It needs to trace down what are the main threats; where do they come from; and what can be done about it. The green economy has been growing globally at great pace over the past five years. This is all the more impressive considering the severe global downturn of years 2006-2009. Ireland has; in recent times; gained a presence in this exciting sector; with enterprise opportunities in a wide variety of areas.

Sustainable development considers Social; Economic; Energy and Environmental needs. Trading-Industrial Free Zones (TIFZ) purposes and duty must be met in sustainable ways. However; TIFZ have a good track record of finding sustainable solutions whilst balancing these purposes and duty.

The method used in this article is comparative and matching method; by using ISO 50001 standards which is approved by ISO; and HSE-MS which is structured by Oil and Gas Production (OGP). Jointing of Energy management by HSE-MS is the main objective of this paper.

This case study has attempted the Implementation of EHSE Strategy in Kish Islands which is in Persian Gulf of Iran. EHSE modeling will overarch strategic document and central to the future of the Kish. It shows coordination and integration with other plans; strategies and actions in the Kish where they affect the TIFZ purposes and duty. It indicates how the TIFZ purposes and associated duty will be delivered through sustainable development. Matching requirements of the environment with energy safety and health is the ultimate goal of this research. In fact; the clean environment; with safe and healthy quality and with optimum energy consumption pattern; is the most ideal strategy for the management of a green region. Surely this concept of sustainable Green Island will be achievable in the near future. According to the result of this research; successfully management system in the way of sustainable development; is to attached and used efficiency all of the parameters such as Environment; Safety; Health and Energy in the same way and with the total carrying capacity. Such sensitive development at Green Island will ensure that resort guests and day visitors will continue to enjoy a quality nature based experience within a magnificent rainforest and reef environment.


Sustainable Islands–Environmental; Health; Safety and Energy Policy– KISH ISLAND


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