What is iso 14001?

What is ISO 14001?

ISO 14001 is the international standard for environmental management systems, which is the management system within your organization. ISO 14001 can be implemented into your organization to define, manage and identify your environmental issues.

There are many benefits of ISO 4001, including showing your commitment to improving the environmental performance of the organization, the ability to help your staff and internal stakeholders understand their environmental responsibilities, environmental legal requirements, and how to prevent any adverse environmental impacts.

Why is ISO 14001 important to your organization? It allows you to have a more sustainable approach to the products and services you provide and an understanding of the environmental impact that you will have on a client long term. It also means you can positively influence their environmental footprint and their carbon footprint.

This standard will also help you to understand what your environmental performance currently is and what opportunities there are to improve the current environmental performance of your organization.

You can view the current version of ISO 14001 here.

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