ISO 14001

DEFINITION: An internationally recognised environmental management framework which outlines how to put an effective environmental management system in place. It is designed to help businesses remain commercially successful without overlooking environmental responsibilities.

See also: ISO 50001

See also: Sustainability report

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The business benefits of the ISO 14001 Standard will depend on several factors, including the organisation’s industry; environmental policy; products and service offerings

edie publishes free ISO 14001 guide for environmental professionals

Organisations and professionals with an interest in the ISO 14001 environmental management system standard now have access to a free, comprehensive 'edie explains' guide which breaks down all of the key information required to gain certification.

edie explains: ISO 14001

This edie explains business guide, produced in association with edie's supporting partner NQA, provides an in-depth summary of the ISO 14001 Standard which is used to establish and maintain a continuous level of environmental performance improvements.

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