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    How detailed should the EMS policy be?
    The ISO 14001:2015 standard is significantly different from the 14001:2004 standard in many ways, and the requirements of the environmental...
    The ISO 14001:2015 standard is significantly different from the 14001:2004 standard in many ways, and the requirements of the environmental policy is one of these differences. Despite the environmental policy being one of the mandatory...
    What competences should you look for when hiring an environmental professional?
    Hiring an environmental professional or a manager for your ISO 14001-certified EMS (Environmental Management System) is one of the most important...
    Hiring an environmental professional or a manager for your ISO 14001-certified EMS (Environmental Management System) is one of the most important choices an organization can make, given the benefits that can be derived from good environmental...
    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...
    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...
    Using ISO 14001 to manage and reduce waste in the electronics industry
    Many organizations involved in the manufacture, assembly, or disassembly of equipment using electronic components will be aware of the advantages...
    Many organizations involved in the manufacture, assembly, or disassembly of equipment using electronic components will be aware of the advantages of having an ISO 14001-certified EMS (Environmental Management System). With waste in this industry –...