ISO 14001 is the internationally recognized Quality Management System (QMS) standard that can benefit any organization of any size. An ISO 14001 quality management system will help you with continually monitoring and managing quality across your business so that you can improve the required areas of your business. It is globally adopted Quality Management System with the reputation of powerful business improvement tool. This course is specifically designed for auditors who are planning to migrate from ISO 14001:2004 to ISO 14001:2015. Upon successful completion of this course delegates will gain knowledge and understanding of Annex SL and ISO 14001:2015.
Our aim is to help organizations by training auditors who are in process of adopting ISO 14001:2015.On successful completion of ISO 14001 certification your organization can assure stakeholders that your environmental management system (EMS) meets international industry specific environmental standards. Every company either large or small; services, industrial, manufacturing, or trade related have an impact on the environment and can therefore benefit from ISO 14001 certification.
ISO 14001 requires that Environmental Objectives and Targets to be quantitative. In addition every level of the organization must be examined for incorporation in the Environmental Targets. ISO 14001 requires the organization to must utilize the list of significant environmental aspects previously developed and to evaluate the prevention of pollution commitment include in the Environmental Policy statement.
Courses comprises of lectures, interactive groups and individual workshops, case studies and real time / simulation based role play exercises.
Course is divided into two main modules:
Module 1: Annexure SL Changes
This course aims to provide participants with knowledge related to
Module 2: Revised Environmental Management System Requirements:
Organizations that are planning to adopt and implement Environmental Management System based on ISO 14001:2015 or individuals & auditors who are planning to transition from ISO 14001:2004 to ISO 14001:2015:
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