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ISO 14001

ISO 14001 – an internationally recognized standard that specifies requirements for an Environmental Management System.

ISO 14001 offers a simple, harmonic approach to environmental management that is applicable to all organizations in different countries.

he standard contains all the elements of a typical control system, such as strategy, goals and objectives, program management, operational control, monitoring and evaluation, training, internal audits and management reviews.

September 15, 2015 it has been published a modified version of ISO 14001: 2015, which replaces the version of ISO 14001: 2004. The new version of the standard meets the latest trends in the development of the global business community, the main feature of which is the increased interest of companies to environmental issues, the recognition of the impact of industrial activity on climate change and the ability to prevent negative environmental impacts due to the introduction of instruments for sustainable development.

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