ISO 14001 qualıty management system

The ISO 14000 series is an Environmental Management Standard developed by the ISO Standard Development Committee TC207. The related standard was enforced in September 1996, when the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System standard was published.

A certified Environmental Management System (EMS) is one of the most effective ways to demonstrate that the organization fulfills its environmental responsibility, legal obligations and commitments. Effective implementation of an Environmental Management System helps the organization to achieve its goals and objectives and sets a systematic approach to the issue.

ISO 14001:2005 STANDARD CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS:

1 SCOPE

2 NORMATIVE REFERENCES

3 DEFINITIONS

4 ESSENTIALS REQUIREMENTS OF EMS
4.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
4.2 ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
4.3 PLANNING
4.3.1 ENVIRONMENTAL ESPECTS
4.3.2 LEGAL AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS
4.3.3 OBJECTIVES AND TARGETS
4.3.4 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME OR PROGRAMMES
4.4 IMPLEMENTATION AND OPERATION
4.4.1 RESOURCES AND RESPONSIBILITY
4.4.2 COMPETENCE, TRAINING AND AWARENESS
4.4.3 COMMUNICATION
4.4.4 DOCUMENTATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
4.4.5 CONTROL OF DOCUMENTATION
4.4.6 OPERATIONAL CONTROL
4.4.7 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE
4.5 CONTROL AND CORRECTIVE ACTION
4.5.1 MONITORING AND MEASUREMENT
4.5.2 NONCONFORMITY, CORRECTIVE-PREVENTIVE ACTION
4.5.3 RECORDS
4.5.4 EMS AUDIT
4.6 MANAGEMENT REVIEW

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