ISO 14001 CERTIFICATION
Taking responsibility for one's impact on the environment is a matter of course for most companies today. An efficiently practiced and communicated environmental work improves the company's relations with both customers and the outside world. By certifying you to an internationally recognized standard such as ISO 14001, you show your commitments, increase the chance of collaboration with other environmentally conscious actors and gain increased competitiveness and economic value.
What is ISO 14001?
ISO 14001 is part of a series of standards that can be applied in any organization, anywhere, with regard to environmental management. Based on the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle, ISO 14001 specifies the most important requirements for identifying, controlling, systematizing and monitoring the environmental impact within organizations, as well as how the management and improvement of the system is handled.
Bureau Veritas expertise
Bureau Veritas Certification is the market leader with more than 4,000 companies in more than 100 countries certified according to ISO 14001. We were the first certification body in the world to be accredited for ISO 14001 certification. We now have recognition from more than 30 national and international accreditation bodies for ISO 14001 certification.
What areas are covered by the ISO 14000 series?
The main areas covered by the series are: environmental management systems (EMS), environmental auditing, ecolabelling and environmental reports, environmental performance evaluation (LCA), environmental communication and greenhouse gases (GHG).