With the ISO 14001 Standard, it is ensured not only to protect natural resources, but also to reduce costs in the production and service sectors, increase efficiency, reduce environmental risks, and systematically reduce waste. Energy consumption is reduced by improving the production process. ISO 14001 has been developed for an organization to provide the basic requirements for an effective Environmental Management System.
In organizations implementing ISO 14001 Environmental Management System;
- Reducing costs and increasing efficiency by improving environmental cost control,
- Ensuring business reputation and increasing market share,
- Reducing the costs arising from environmental effects,
- Effective environmental management by identifying environmental risks and opportunities, taking precautionary measures against possible problems, and identifying opportunities that may arise from risks,
- Compliance with environmental laws and regulations,
- Reducing incidents such as accidents resulting in liability by being prepared for environmental emergencies (spill, spillage, fire, earthquake, flood, etc.) and accidents, which are among the activities required by the standard,
- Facilitating the obtaining of permits and authorization documents,
- Reducing and/or eliminating environmental impacts that may occur in emergencies,
- Controlling and reducing pollution starting from the source,
is intended to be provided.
ISO 14001 Environmental Management System audits are conducted in two stages. The first stage focuses on audit planning and evaluation of whether the organization is ready for the audit. In the second stage, how the organization manages and implements the Environmental Management System in its facility is examined.
As USB Certification, we carry out ISO 14001 Environmental Management System pieces of training and audits with our expert trainers and auditors.