The ISO 14001 standard aims to help organisations put an effective environmental management system in place. It is designed to provide a framework for successful growth while reducing environmental impact.
In an era where legal and regulatory requirements are rising, and customers are increasingly demanding evidence of corporate responsibility, a structure to manage and reduce their environmental footprint will become more important for many organisations.
Major companies and public sector bodies are also taking greater interest in the environmental performance of those they work with and buy from.
The ISO 14001:2015 revision aims to both reflect these changes and ensure it is compatible with other management system standards by using the same terms and definitions as standards such as ISO 9001. Having a common structure across standards makes it easier and more cost effective for companies who use or want to implement more than one.
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