ISO 14001:2004/2015 – Environmental Management System
Save money, reduce your environmental impact and boost your reputation
ISO 14001 is an environmental management system that helps you identify, manage, monitor and control environmental issues holistically. The standard provides practical tools for companies looking to manage their environmental responsibilities and supports improvements in environmental performance through more efficient use of resources and the reduction of waste.
What are the benefits of ISO 14001?
Implementing ISO 14001 can strengthen your competitive advantage, build the trust of stakeholders and importantly deliver a positive impact on your commercial performance. It also allows for easier integration into other management systems, such as ISO 9001, thanks to the same structure, terms and definitions.
Certification to ISO 14001:
- Positions you more competitively for tender and new market opportunities and often is an essential requirement
- Saves money for you and your customers by reducing waste and introducing efficiencies
- Demonstrates your compliance with current and future statutory and regulatory requirements
- Increases the level of involvement of leadership and the engagement of employees in environmental strategy and decision making
- Improves your reputation as a responsible business, building stakeholder trust and customer confidence
- Encourages better environmental performance from your suppliers by the integration of business systems
Is it suits me?
ISO 14001 can be used by any organisation, large or small, regardless of its field of activity or sector.
How’s about my Certification Journey? It’s a simple way…..
Certification to the Environmental Management Standard lasts for three years and is subject to mandatory audits to ensure that you are compliant. However, if you transition from 2004 to the 2015 version during your certification cycle it does not restart the three-year cycle. Deadline for organisations that are certified to the 2004 standard have until September 2018 to update to the new version of the standard.