ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems

ISO 14001 is an International Standard prescribing a structured approach to environmental protection, enabling organisations to develop and implement policies to deliver environmentally responsible and sustainable business practices.

The Standard can be applied to any organisation, whatever its type, size or sector and specifies the framework you should create in the context of your business activities to be effective.

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Key Benefits

Meet Compliance Requirements

Build confidence and trust with stakeholders by providing evidence that your organisation complies with its legal obligations.

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Future-proof your business and drive sustainable development by adopting environmentally sound processes that strengthen your market position.

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Improve your company’s reputation and build public confidence in your brand by taking a responsible approach to environmental management.

About ISO 14001

ISO 14001 is the international standard for Environmental Management Systems (EMS). The framework encourages sustainability by undertaking a systematic approach to protect the environment and respond to changing environmental conditions whilst incorporating socio-economic needs.

The standard adopts a systematic approach to environmental management to achieve long-term sustainability.
ISO 14001 describes requirements for an environmental management system that can achieve an enhancement of environmental performance; fulfill compliance obligations and achieve environmental objectives.
Context of the Organisation
The organisation must understand the external and internal factors that may affect its ability to achieve the desired results.
The organisation’s leaders must commit to the environmental management system, taking accountability for the effectiveness and success by providing sufficient resources, ensuring the environmental policy and objectives are in place, and clearly communicating roles, responsibilities and authorities clear.
Planning must address actions to address risks and opportunities; environmental objectives and how to achieve them; and change management.
The organisation must ensure sufficient resources are allocated to the environmental management system; including the establishment, implementation, maintenance and continual improvement; and carefully monitor their use and effectiveness.
The organisation should plan, implement and control processes, using a lifecycle process, to meet requirements for providing its products and services.
Performance Evaluation
The organisation must be able to demonstrate and verify process capability as specified by the customer’s approval process requirements.

ISO 14001 requires a commitment to continual improvement, including managing nonconformities, solving problems, error-proofing, and taking corrective action when required.

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