Environmental Management System
ISO 14001 is the international standard for a environmental management system (“EMS”). provides guidance on how to consider multiple aspects of your business procurement, storage, distribution, product development, manufacturing, etc.- so that it reduces its impact on the environment. It also drives you to evaluate how you manage emergency response, customer expectations, stakeholders and your relationships with your local community.
Depending on how your organization operates today, this may not require a lot of change beyond documenting what and how you do or it may mean a number of changes that can result in a more efficient business, cost or waste reductions and give stakeholders peace of mind.
Receive and Evaluate
It does NOT matter what industry you are in (service or manufacturing) – it can be a restaurant, consultancy, manufacturing company, government entity, etc.
Analysis and Planning
This ‘input’ (information and data) should reflect upon the adequacy, suitability and effectiveness of the management system and its processes. The ‘output’ (result of the analysis) must provide information (understanding, insight, awareness, confidence, knowledge of, etc.).
Make plans and Implement
- Familiarize Yourself with ISO 9001.
- Plan Everything out for Implementation.
- Identify Responsibilities, Policies, and Objectives.
- Develop Your Documentation.
- Launch Your Quality Management System.
- Review Your Performance.
- Assess and Register for Certification.
- Continual Improvement.
Why choose us
- Creation of a formal framework for current service improvement projects
- Provides a benchmark type comparison with best practices
- Creates competitive advantage via the promotion of consistent and cost-effective services
Top internal reasons were to establish better control over business operations, and to provide a foundation for continuous improvement.