ISO 14001:2015 – Certification for the Environment
An Environmental Management System
ISO 14001 provides requirements for environmental management systems (EMS). The intent of a formal environmental management system is to minimize your company’s negative impact on the environment and accentuate the positive environmental impact through EMS controls and continual improvement. While many companies pursue ISO 14001 certification as a stand-alone certification to demonstrate a more eco-friendly approach to business, some companies will seek ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 certification together with a combined Integrated Management System. We offer both. You can download our information sheet to learn more.
Compassrose offers consulting assistance to get you to ISO 14001 compliance or certification. Some companies don’t need to be “certified” to the standard but just demonstrate “compliance”. You can market your commitment to proactively caring for the environmental as a point of differentiation for your business.
The purpose of the ISO 14001 standard is to help companies in any industry protect the environment, prevent pollution and improve their environmental performance. The approach to continual improvement is similar to other standards such as ISO 9001, but its focus is on environmental aspects and impacts of the business.
There are five key focus areas in the ISO 14001 standard:
Implementation of a formal environmental management system can enhance a company’s bottom line with better efficiency and demonstration of a more economically-friendly business approach to new and existing customers. In some industries, ISO 14001 is a qualification requirement for certain RFPs and other business opportunities.
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