Accessible and professional advice on how to implement an ISO14001 environmental management system
In the 21st century, business has to take sustainability seriously. As public opinion becomes increasingly concerned about climate change, governments are imposing ever tighter environmental regulations on both industry and the retail sector. By putting in place an environmental management system (EMS), you can ensure you are disposing of your waste in a responsible manner and making the most efficient use of raw materials. This will help you to lower carbon emissions and keep the negative impact of your business on the environment to a minimum.
ISO14001 The International Standard
The international standard for an EMS is ISO14001. With an EMS certified to ISO14001, you can improve the safety and efficiency of your business operations, and, at the same time, boost customer confidence and reassure your stakeholders.
An invaluable step-by-step guide
This pocket guide, intended to help you put in place an EMS, is specifically focused on ISO14001. It is designed to enable industry managers, who may be lacking in specialist knowledge, to achieve compliance with the Standard. A step-by-step approach makes the guide easy to follow. The authors, two experienced auditors, are acknowledged experts on environmental management systems, and they have drawn on material from the UK's Environment Agency. The pocket guide will prove invaluable, not only for auditors and trainers, but also for managers across many sectors of industry.
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