ISO 14001: Environmental management systems –
Requirements with guidance for use has just been published on 15th Sep 2015.
ISO 14001 is one of the world’s most popular standards for environmental management. There are key improvements against the previous version (2004) and it is expected that the changes will make it fit for the future. The latest ISO 14001: Environmental management systems – Requirements with guidance for use have been published on 15th Sep 2015.
ISO 14001: 2015, sets out the requirements for an environmental management standard with more than 300 000 certificates currently issued around the world, it ranks high on the agenda of many organisations worldwide who place importance on their environmental impact.
Other key improvements in the new version include:
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The new standard is based on the new high level structure (HLS) that brings a common framework to all management system standards.
This will help an organisation to be consistent and aligned with other management systems, consistency, alignment different management system standards.
The key changes in the proposed standard
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