ISO 14001:2004 specifies requirements for an Environmental Management System to enable an organization to develop and implement a policy and objectives which take into account legal requirements and other requirements to which the organization subscribes, and information about significant environmental aspects. It applies to those environmental aspects that the organization identifies as those which it can control and those which it can influence. It does not itself state specific environmental performance criteria.
A management commitment to pollution prevention.
An understanding of the environmental impacts (reducing) of an organization's activities.
A commitment (pollution prevention) to employees, neighbors and customers.
Phase 1: Establishing the environmental goals (policy).
Phase 2: Planning the elements of the EMS.
Phase 3: Implementing the EMS.
Phase 4: Checking for any problems and correcting them.
Phase 5: Evaluating the effectiveness of the EMS and improving it, and launching into a new cycle of improvement.
→ Reduce cost of waste management
→ Savings in consumption of energy and materials
→ Improved compliance
→ Overall Costs Reduced
→ Fewer accidents
→ Competitive advantage
→ Improved use of resources
→ Framework for continuous improvement of your environmental performance
→ Improved corporate images among regulators, customers and the public
→ ISO 14001 INTERNAL AUDITORs Training
Effective auditing is a highly specialized skill and IQMS trains key personnel from your organization to be successful INTERNAL AUDITORs. We have training programs that range from 1 to 3 days. All programs can be customized to meet any unique needs that you may have.
→ The requirements of ISO 14001
→ Auditing techniques compatible with ISO14000
→ How to plan, perform and report on an audit
→ How to take corrective action
→ Architecture of the ISO 14001 Documentation
→ Preparation of Checklists
→ Nonconformity - Major and Minor
→ Learning Outcomes
→ Better understanding of the ISO 14001 Requirements
→ Learn how to Conduct Internal Audits, Audit Process and Cycle
→ Preparing and Using Checklist
→ How to Seek Objective Evidence
→ Hands-on/Practical Experience
→ INTERNAL AUDITOR Certificate (upon successful completion)
→ Identify opportunities for improvement