Making excellence a habit
Over 250,000 organizations are certified to ISO 14001 and while it continues to be as relevant as ever, the revision will take into consideration a number of issues to ensure it enhances an organization’s ability to consistently provide products that meet customer requirements.
The draft standard has been written using the new high level structure which is common to all new management systems standards. This will allow easy integration when implementing more than one management system.
You can now be among the first to explore the changes in detail and familiarize yourself with the first stage of its transformation.
A background to ISO 14001 and an update on the 2015 revision.
ISO 14001 is currently undergoing revision as part of the normal review process associated with all international standards. In this instance, the standard is not only seeking to incorporate user feedback, but structural changes to ISO’s entire suite of management system standards to make integration of systems easier.
Learn more about the new ISO 14001 revision and how the changes will affect your business.
ISO 14001:2004 is still valid and companies will still benefit from implementing and certifying against it. Certification to ISO 14001:2004 will be allowed for a period of time following the publication of the new version of the standard expected 2015, expected to be a couple of years.
Return to our ISO 14001 pages to see why it is so valuable and how we can help you to become certified.
Once the revised standard has been published in 2015, BSI will support you through the process. A transition period will be set and we will provide you with guidelines and training to help you make this as smooth as possible.
Part of the reason that BSI is the first choice provider for certification is that we will support you through standard revisions, helping you to understand how the changes affect – and benefit – your organization.