ISO 14001 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CURRENT VERSION ISO 14001:2015)
ISO 14001 refers to a family of process standards. Following the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development held in Rio de Janeiro, ISO Technical Committee 207 was established in 1993.
The ISO 14001 standard is a framework for environmental management systems (EMS). It sets out criteria for an EMS that an organization can be certified to.
The older version of ISO 14001 was published in 2004. The new revision was published in September in 2015.
Implementing an Environmental Management System, as described in the current ISO 14001 standard, is a solid way to identify and control the effects of your company on the environment. It is based on five environmental management principles.
Our Trainers are registered experts under the National Environmental Management Authority (NEMA).
Training’s target audience:
Internal Auditors, System implementers and those involved in the environment management systems.