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What is ISO 14001?

Is there a simple answer to this question? You are not alone in thinking this. This overview guide is here for you to learn the basics of ISO 14001, help you to discover what the ISO 14001 requirements are, and to give you a guide on what needs to be done to implement an environmental management system and become certified.

 

 

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ISO 14001 Gap Analysis Tool

Our gap analysis tool is part of our free ISO 14001 suite of tools. It helps you figure out which parts of ISO 14001 you have already implemented, no matter if you are just beginning your implementation, or if you’re almost finished. With our easy question/answer structure, you’ll see a visual representation of which particular sections of the environmental management system you have already applied, and what remains for you to do.

 

 

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What comes first?

Before beginning your ISO 14001 implementation project, the first step is recognizing the challenges you face and where you can improve your environmental management. Next, you will determine which stage of the process you are in. Maybe you’re just beginning, and you aren’t sure if ISO 14001 will be beneficial for the issues your business faces.

Or maybe you’re a bit farther along the path. By starting at the first step, you can determine where you are so you know what steps come next.

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Check out this informative white paper to learn about your options for implementation (outside consultant, try it all by yourself, or take advantage of web tools). Decide which option is for you with our detailed comparisons.

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Latest ISO 14001 Blog Posts

Case study: Implementing ISO 14001 in an airport

Modern-day airports can be considered “high risk” sectors and have a significant impact on the environment, so it is no surprise that pressure is being brought to bear from special interest groups and government bodies in many countries to reduce this impact accordingly, with ISO 14001:2015 being the obvious choice ...Read more

What is ISO 14067:2013 and why is it useful for carbon footprint?

In recent years, climate change has emerged as one of the most important environmental issues. The cause of the global warming is the increase of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), which leads to greater interest of the consumers and other stakeholders in the environmental impact of their activities, products, and services. ...Read more

Does your EMS need a risk and opportunity procedure?

Of the changes seen in the new ISO 14001:2015 standard, many experts rate the changes surrounding risk and opportunity in the EMS (Environmental Management System) as being amongst the most important. In a previous article, The role of risk management in the ISO 14001:2015 standard, we looked at how assessing ...Read more

How to ensure your ISO 14001 implementation is profitable

Implementing an ISO 14001:2015 certified EMS (Environmental Management System) is an internationally recognized way of controlling your company’s environmental impact and demonstrating to stakeholders and customers that you are serious about important environmental factors. In the article 6 key benefits of ISO 14001 we examined the potential benefits, but in these cost-conscious times ...Read more

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