Organisations certified to ISO 14001 in over 170 countries is testament to the leading management system in the sustainability field. The ISO Survey demonstrated this further with a 7% growth in the number of accredited ISO 14001 certificates in 2014, with almost 325,000 certificates globally. The ISO 14001 management system delivers environmental performance focus for organisations and makes a clear statement to stakeholders about the environmental credentials of that organisation.
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The latest revision of ISO 14001 was published in September 2015. ISO introduce this 2015 version in their publication Introduction to ISO 14001:2015 and explain the key benefits in ISO 14001 Key benefits.
ABS QE discuss evaluating your Environmental Management System (EMS) and performing a comprehensive on-site audit to determine whether your organisation meets the ISO 14001 requirements.
BSI elaborate on how ISO 14001 is designed to address the delicate balance between maintaining profitability and reducing environmental impact. With the commitment of your entire organisation, it can enable you to achieve both objectives.
Bureau Veritas show how demonstrating your company’s commitment to the environment through compliance with these standards will give your company a competitive edge, deliver value and enhance your company’s image.
DEKRA discuss how more and more companies want to know how to combine business success with sustainable, environmentally compatible behaviour. They show, in fact, responsible action is no obstacle to growth, but almost always an opportunity to increase resource efficiency and stand out from the competition.
DNV GL Business Assurance describe how an ISO 14001 certificate proves that your environmental management system has been measured against a best practice standard and found compliant. The certificate is issued by a third party certification body/registrar, such as DNV Business Assurance, and proves that you are actively minimising the environmental impacts of your company’s processes, products, and services.
Intertek‘s auditing and certification services will provide you with third-party verification of your organization’s green initiatives and improvements. Intertek’s experienced auditors will help you work systematically to lower energy and raw materials use, reduce waste and pollution, and mitigate risks of accidents and emergency situations. Your business will not only be greener, it will also be more efficient and productive.
Lloyd’s Register discuss how ISO 14001 is a standard which helps your company identify, prioritise and manage its environmental risks as part of your normal business practices. The standard is largely based on the ISO 9001 quality standard but also takes into consideration the environmental impact.
SAI Global demonstrate how leading organisations monitor and continually improve their environmental performance by achieving and maintaining registration to recognised standards such as ISO 14001.
SGS show how to demonstrate your organisation’s commitment to environmental management systems with assessment and certification against the ISO 14001:2004 standard.
TÜV SÜD discuss the way certification validation of your system allows you to demonstrate the effectiveness of your environmental activities to the general public, authorities, employees, customers and business partners and thus create a positive image branded with responsibility for the environment.