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    ISO-14001-blog

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    How can a startup benefit from ISO 14001?
    For many startup companies, environmental concerns and standards like ISO 14001 are not a top priority, but rather something that...
    For many startup companies, environmental concerns and standards like ISO 14001 are not a top priority, but rather something that can be looked at after the initial growing period of the company has ended, and...
    Identifying and controlling environmental aspects in a virtual team
    Virtual companies are a feature of everyday life in the 21st century, where people can buy products and services, and...
    Virtual companies are a feature of everyday life in the 21st century, where people can buy products and services, and even store data with companies who partly or wholly exist online. Despite an organization existing...
    Identifying environmental aspects in the engineering business according to ISO 14001
    The traditional heavy engineering sector has been a vital part of most western economies for several generations, producing everything from...
    The traditional heavy engineering sector has been a vital part of most western economies for several generations, producing everything from nuts and bolts at one end of the spectrum to steel for building structures and...
    What is the ISO 14001 internal audit report, and how to create it?
    If your organization has an EMS (Environmental Management System) certified against ISO 14001:2015, you will be aware of the importance...
    If your organization has an EMS (Environmental Management System) certified against ISO 14001:2015, you will be aware of the importance of the internal audit function in ensuring that your EMS functions correctly. As we saw...
    Case study: How to implement ISO 14001 principles in a sales team
    As environmental awareness is greater in modern society than at any time in the past, the focus is on all...
    As environmental awareness is greater in modern society than at any time in the past, the focus is on all major organizations to reduce their impacts and carbon footprints, no matter what sector a company...
    Lifecycle perspective in ISO 14001:2015 – What does it mean?
    One of the fundamental changes in the ISO 14001:2015 standard is the requirement for organizations to take a “lifecycle” perspective...
    One of the fundamental changes in the ISO 14001:2015 standard is the requirement for organizations to take a “lifecycle” perspective of the products it produces or manufactures, which is significantly more prescriptive than the ISO...