ISO 14001 governs environmental management systems – becoming certified denotes your organisation’s legal compliance, helps to reduce your environmental impact, and demonstrates to potential and existing customers that you are committed to being as environmentally-friendly as possible. In this blog, we will break down the environmental standard, explaining how you can be certified.
In order to become ISO certified, you must undergo audits – an ongoing process that ensures that your business continues to meet the requirements of your certification. In this blog, the Mark1 team has broken down this process, so that you can plot your ISO journey and plan for the future.
The specific requirements of ISO standards can seem daunting or overwhelming, particularly when presented in official language frameworks. At Mark1, we are experts in making the ISO certification process accessible for our clients; in this blog, we will explain ISO 14001.
With Earth Day approaching, and increasing pressure on businesses and corporations to demonstrate environmental responsibility, ISO 14001 controls in an Environmental Management System (EMS) can help to make your business more sustainable. ISO 14001 Requirements and Processes ISO standards in the 14001 family examine the impact that your organisation and processes are having on the…