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ISO 14001

ISO 14001 is a globally acknowledged standard that diagrams how to set up a compelling ecological administration framework in your association. It is intended to help organizations remain monetarily fruitful without ignoring natural obligations and effects. It can likewise help you to develop economically while decreasing the ecological effect of this development.

ISO 14001 has a place with the ISO 14000 group of ecological administration gauges (counting ISO 14004), and gives the structure to permit you to meet progressively high client desires of corporate obligation, and in addition legitimate or administrative necessities. Is it accurate to say that you are hoping to insert an ecological administration arrange inside your association? ISO 14001 is for you!

ISO 14001 is a globally concurred standard that sets out the necessities for an ecological administration framework. It helps associations enhance their ecological execution through more proficient utilization of assets and decrease of waste, picking up an upper hand and the trust of partners.

Why was ISO 14001 updated?

All ISO norms are assessed and amended routinely to ensure they stay pertinent to the commercial center. ISO 14001:2015 will react to the most recent patterns, including the expanding acknowledgment by organizations of the need to calculate both outer and inward components that impact their natural effect, for example, atmosphere unpredictability and the aggressive setting in which they work. The progressions likewise guarantee that the standard is perfect with other administration framework principles.

Key improvements:

ISO 14001:2015 now requires:


  • Environmental management to be more prominent within the organization’s strategic direction
  • A greater commitment from leadership
  • The implementation of proactive initiatives to protect the environment from harm and degradation, such as sustainable resource use and climate change mitigation
  • A focus on life-cycle thinking to ensure consideration of environmental aspects from development to end-of-life
  • The addition of a stakeholder-focused communication strategy It also allows for easier integration into other management systems thanks to the same structure, terms and definitions.