SO 14001 Environmental Management Systems standard International Organization for Standardization (ISO) for the first time to be appropriate, especially in developing countries, was published in 1996. ISO 9000 Quality Management System Standard in international organizations after the recognition and implementation of these standards which are very fast, due to the renewal in 2004 of ISO 14001: 2004 standard is known as.
Some of the ISO 14001 Series Standards
TS EN ISO 14001: 2004 Environmental Management System-Features and User Guide
TS EN ISO 14004: 2004 Environmental Management – Environmental Management Systems-Principles, Systems and Supporting
General Guidelines for Technical
EN ISO 19011: 2000 Quality and Environmental Inspection Guide for
TS EN ISO 14020: Environmental Labels and Declarations-General Principles
TS EN ISO 14031: 2002 Environmental Management Environmental Performance Review-Guide
TS EN ISO 14040: 1998 Environmental Management – Life Cycle Assessment General Principles and Practices
ISO 14001 WHAT?
The implementation of the ISO 14000 standard is voluntary, although the general population in the near future, as well as international institutions and state enforcement of a compulsory application of the standard is expected to return to.
ISO 14001 Standards, environmental policy, environmental objectives / targets and environmental programs and disposed of in accordance with the conditions for the control of environmental aspects include. ISO 14000 is not a product standard is the standard, and what is produced rather than the system, is concerned with how it is produced. Reducing the use of natural resources, land, water, air aiming to minimize the damage, risk analysis is a management model established at the base. Product, starting from raw materials brought into the final product offered to customers at every stage of the process until the determination of the environmental factors and the necessary examination of these factors and
measures taken under control by minimizing damage to the environment of the establishment of a system that enables describe. Relevant legislation in relation to environmental factors and to comply with the conditions defined by the law stipulates and monitoring and continuous improvement of environmental performance is based on.
Industry associations, public service agencies, consulting firms, community-owned organizations or any organizations that supply products and services, ISO 14001 Environmental Management System Standard may apply. The organization meets the requirements of this standard may receive the ISO 14001 certification.
ISO 14001:2004 STANDARD MATERIALS
2 Cited standards and / or documents
3 Terms and definitions
3.2 Continuous improvement
3.3 Corrective actions
3.6 Environmental dimension
3.7 Environmental impact
3.8 Environmental management system (EMS)
3.9 Environmental objective
10.3 Environmental performance
11.3 Environmental policy
12.3 Environmental targets
3.13 Related parties
3.14 Internal audit
3.17 Preventive action
18.3 Pollution prevention
4 Environmental management system requirements.
4.1 General requirements
4.2 Environmental policy
4.4 Implementation and operation
4.6 Management to review
WHY ISO 14001?
Pave the way for effective cost control
Starting at the source of pollution under control
Environmental permits and authorizations to ensure convenience for the purchase of
That you are in emergency preparedness and public relations in the domain of social units to improve
Achieving competitive advantage in the international arena
Institutions to increase the social value
To achieve savings in energy and resources
In overseas projects to reduce insurance costs
Control the environmental risks of industrial accidents by preventing the possibility of magic recognition