Environmental Management System EMS – ISO 14001:2004
“EMS is your structural blueprint to effectively identify and manage processes with potential impacts on the environment”
Overview of Scheme:An Environmental Management System (EMS) based on ISO 14001:2004 provides the essential framework to identify and manage processes with potential impacts on the environment and ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
ISO 14001:2004 sets out the criteria for an environmental management system which provides assurance to employees, customers and stakeholders that the organisation’s environmental performance is being measured and improved. A properly established EMS delivers wide-ranging benefits including savings in waste management, in the consumption of energy and materials, and an improved corporate image.
Independent verification of your organisation’s Environmental Management System by our qualified and experienced auditors will not only ensure greater efficiencies and awareness within your business but will also assure your clients and consumers that you are committed and responsible towards the environment.
The benefits of using ISO 14001:2004 inlcude:
- Reduced cost of waste management
- Savings in consumption of energy and materials
- Lower distribution costs
- Improved corporate image among regulators, customers and the public
ISC Global Environmental Management System Certification:
EMS – ISO 14001 certifcation addresses an array of environmental management elements. It provides practical tools for companies and organisations looking to identify and control their environmental impact and constantly improve their environmental performance.
- ISO 14001:2004 and ISO 14004:2004 focus on environmental management systems.
- Other 14000+ standands focus on specific environmental aspects such as life cycle analysis, communication and auditing.
ISC Global’s Key Principles of Environmental Certifications include:
- Identification of environmental aspects and impacts
- Environmental policy development
- Identification of legal requirements
- Allocation of roles and responsibilities
- Emergency preparedness and response