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ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems: A Complete Implementation Guide helps users successfully implement effective and efficient ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems (EMS) that enable facilities and companies to improve their overall environmental performance.
The ISO 14001 guide is a must for any organization that is developing an EMS to ensure ongoing ISO 14001 compliance improve overall environmental performance, and control the use of expensive resources (water, electricity, chemicals). ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems is sufficiently detailed to support building a system from the ground up, and is also of great benefit to facilities seeking to improve their existing EMS systems.
Corporate EHS Directors, Audit Managers, and Quality Managers across all manufacturing as well as service industries, especially multinational organizations, use the ISO 14001 guide.
Important: Please note there is a more recent publication for ISO 14001, click here for more information.
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|Overview||Summarizes requirements in simple, easy-to-understand terms for each clause|
|Key Concepts||Provides important definitions and interpretations|
|Recommended Approach||Presents a proven approach to implementing the requirements of ISO 14001|
|Task List||Summarizes the specific tasks necessary to implement your EMS in accordance with both these requirements|
|Core Elements for Success||Identifies areas on which to concentrate during EMS development|
|Audit Hints||Offers insider tips about which procedures and practices certification auditors will expect to see on inspection|
|Case Studies||Incorporates case studies that enable users to gain hands-on insight into the actual development of an EMS|
|Supplementary Materials||Includes examples of procedures, programs, sample documents and forms that can be adapted for users own programs|