ISO 14001 :2015 Environment Management System 

ISO 14001:2015 is a environmental management system (EMS) standard which is adopted by thousands of companies all over the world. The intent of ISO 14001:2015 is to provide a framework for a holistic, strategic approach to an organization’s environmental policy, plans and actions.

ACHIEVING ISO 14001 WITH CQIMC

Project Scoping:

Project Scoping is first step in any compliance initiative. Our consultants help you identify the Business processes critical to your organization and which would be best targeted for initial compliance to the world-wide recognized Standard.

Gaps Identification:

Gap analysis is the next step where our consultants develop a comprehensive report identifying the work required to become compliant as well as an action plan that includes prioritized actions for security improvement.

Providing Awareness Training

 Detail awareness training to top management and employee

 Risk Assessment/ Impact Aspect Analysis:

Risk assessment and Impact/ Aspect analysis are mandatory component of ISO 14001 and we’ll help you to analyse the levels of environmental risk/ impact aspect inherent in your business processes.

Process Improvement:

Our consultants provide whatever level of support you need to implement the required security improvements and are able to suggest practical solutions in each of the different areas of the Standard.

Preparing for Certification:

Our consultants will explain both the benefits and the relatively minor, additional costs involved in certification. CQIMC can prepare you for certification and help you implement any final changes necessary to your ISMS. Finally, we can assist during the audit process itself by dealing with a certification body on your behalf and addressing any audit observations that arise.

Benefits of EMS 

Using ISO 14001:2015 has many benefits for organizations with environmental management systems. Organizations find that using the standard helps them:

  • Improve resource efficiency
  • Reduce waste
  • Drive down costs
  • Provide assurance that environmental impact is being measured
  • Gain competitive advantage in supply chain design
  • Increase new business opportunities
  • Meet legal obligations
  • Increase stakeholder and customer trust
  • Improve overall environmental impact
  • Manage environmental obligations with consistency