ISO 14001:2004 EMS

ISO 14001: 2004 specifies requirements for Environmental Management System (EMS) for any organization that seeks to demonstrate compliance with laws and regulations, and conformity to environmental policy and stated objectives, ISO 14001: 2004 supports environmental protection and the prevention of pollution in the socio-economic balance. It offers companies a framework for management of environmental activities and concerns of all types and sizes of production operations and service, including one site with large multinational companies, companies with high-risk to low risk service organizations, production, processing and service sectors, including local governments, all sectors of industry, as the public and the private sector, equipment manufacturers and their suppliers.

Five Key Phases

  • Phase 1: Establishing the environmental goals (policy).
  • Phase 2: Planning the elements of the EMS.
  • Phase 3: Implementing the EMS.
  • Phase 4: Checking for any problems and correcting them.
  • Phase 5: Evaluating the effectiveness of the EMS and improving it, and launching into a new cycle of improvement.
  • Benefits of ISO 14001

    Reduce costs of waste management, energy savings and greater compliance with the materials is generally lower for less accidents competitive best use of the resource framework for continuous improvement of its environmental performance to improve corporate image, the authority regulators, customers and environmental responsibility of citizens. Ensure commitment to maintain and develop the environment to reduce the events that can be harmful in the long run for the job and responsibility for natural resources and energy and helps to get the necessary consent of the sharing of solutions for the & environment and improve business and public relations sector. Evaluate system performance monitoring and management of defects in the proper management.