Plan: establish the objectives and processes necessary to deliver results in accordance with the organisation’s policy.
Do: implement the processes.
Check: monitor and measure processes against the policy, objectives, targets, legal and other requirements, and report the results.
Act: take action to continually improve performance of the management system.
ISO 14001 specifies the most important requirements to identify, control, and monitor the environmental aspects and impacts of an organisation’s operations and ultimately how to manage and improve the system as a whole.
In the presence of an increasingly competitive global marketplace, the latest update to ISO 14001 is designed to be compatible with other management systems such as ISO 9001 and OHSAS 18001.
Essentially, ISO 14001 certification:
Certification can be an extremely valuable asset to organisations. It can enable them to attract more clients, generate higher revenue, and build better customer confidence. In addition to this, some organisations require businesses to be certified to management standards in order to win tenders.
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Management Systems alone won’t add any value to your business or your staff. Although, if a Management System is designed to fit into the existing operations of the business, and with input from the expected staff who will be using the system, then you will start seeing improvement.
Depending on the type of Management System and what standards it is designed to comply with, you can expect the following improvements:
These are some of the benefits of a Management System although there are many more that an organisation can achieve if it adopts the system into its core operations.