SGS Provides Guidance and IRCA Approved Training on the ISO 14001:2015 Revision
ISO 14001, the world's leading environmental management standard, is under revision. An updated version is due by the end of 2015. To support your organization’s transition from ISO 14001:2004 to the new version, SGS has a suite of training and audit solutions.
ISO/DIS 14001, the first formal draft of ISO 14001:2015, describes the potential requirements of the final version of ISO 14001:2015 that is expected to be introduced in Q3 2015. It includes an increasingly strategic approach to environmental management. In addition, the updated standard will follow the Annex SL framework, a new, higher level structure that will make it easier to use in conjunction with other management system standards.
Understand the New Requirements
ISO has identified the following emerging changes as a result of the revision:
- Strategic Environmental Management
- Protecting the environment
- Environmental performance
- Lifecycle thinking
SGS provides a webinar introducing the new ISO/DIS 14001:2015 to help our prospects and clients understand the requirements of ISO/ DIS 14001.
Assessment against the Requirements
To make your transition smooth and transparent, SGS’s experts can carry out a needs assessment against the requirements of ISO/DIS 14001. This exercise will provide your organization with structured assistance to highlight the extent to which existing systems and controls cover the requirements of ISO/DIS 14001, or to identify an implementation action plan, where needed.
IRCA Approved Training
SGS’s introduction training courses help your organization understand the requirements of ISO/ DIS 14001. We are the first professional learning and development organization to offer these one-day courses as IRCA Approved CPD.
About ISO Standard Reviews
All ISO standards are reviewed every five years to establish if a revision is required to keep it current and relevant for the marketplace. ISO 14001 is currently at the Draft International Stage (DIS), the fourth stage of a six stage process, whereby any interested parties can submit feedback to the experts on the technical committee that is revising the standard.