With an ISO accreditation tagged on to your brand name, you have snapped up an opportunity to really push your business forward. ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems is a popular choice, not least because as a selling tool, it really packs a punch. But it doesn’t just sound and look good, it is a standard that brings far-reaching benefits to your business.[Read more…]
If you are considering ISO 14001: 2015 Environmental Management System for your business, there are a number of key roles and responsibilities that must be allocated and fulfilled. But what are they and what is the purpose of defining roles and responsibilities within this ISO?[Read more…]
ISO 14001 Environmental management systems has undergone revisions. The new 2015 updates are now in play and that means unless a business or organisation has updated, they will have lost the accreditation.
For those coming new to the standard, these changes will be part of the current accreditation process and for some businesses that will mean making some changes.
What four changes could you expect with ISO 14001? You may already be operating in a way that is nearly at standard. [Read more…]
On one hand, the benefits of ISO are many but on the other, convincing the board to invest money, time and resources into the process can be tough. Convincing the CEO and the board to make the leap just got easier. Read on to find out how others have managed to get the board onside.
When it comes to saving the planet, research has found that if we all made one small change and stuck to it, the world would be in much better shape. But it’s not just how we act at home, but how big companies and brands act too. The vast majority of companies have made huge strides in reducing their negative impact on the environment and the earth’s resources. But what are these changes?
The release of the updated ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management Systems (EMS) meant fundamental changes to the role that senior or the top management of a company plays in this important strand of business.
Section 5 of this ISO specifically relates to ‘leadership and commitment’ and although it lays down several key functions of management, the discussion extends further than what is written on paper.
So, what do you need to know about ISO 14001:2015 as a manager?