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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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Creating an ISO 14001 internal audit plan

The internal audit is one of the most vital elements of an ISO 14001-certified EMS (Environmental Management System) in ensuring that processes are effective and being followed, and therefore delivering continual improvement. With so much importance placed on the internal audit process and so many details that need to be captured, it ...Read more

What is the job of the EMS manager?

Any organization that has an EMS (Environmental Management System) certified according to ISO 14001 will know that success or failure can greatly depend on how the EMS is managed on a day-to-day and week-to-week basis. In previous articles, such as Is the management representative still the best person to coordinate ...Read more

6 ways to deal with significant environmental aspects in your EMS

In any ISO 14001-certified EMS (Environmental Management System), identifying and dealing with environmental aspects is key to performance, and therefore, to the success of the system. With legislation, and considerations regarding your customers, shareholders, stakeholders and local community, there will be many things to consider when populating your environmental aspect ...Read more

Defining KPIs in the warehousing business according to ISO 14001

With the growth of internet selling in the last decade, there has never been a time where the warehousing and fulfillment sector has been bigger and busier. With this upturn comes the likelihood of an increased environmental impact in this sector as more resources, raw materials, and transport are employed ...Read more

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