ISO 14001 Certification

DAS is providing UKAS Accredited ISO 14001 Environmental Management System Certification services. ISO 14000 series is an Environmental Standards that is regulated by the ISO Standard development committee TC 207. This series is designed to cover the whole area of environmental aspects for organizations, assisting them as a solid framework to identify, prioritize, manage and control environmental risks. The primary objective of the ISO 14000 series of standards is to promote effective environmental management systems in organizations. The standards seek to provide cost-effective tools that make use of best practices for organizing and applying information about environmental management.

The ISO 14000 family was developed in response to a recognized industry need for standardization. With different organizational approaches to environmental management, comparisons of systems and collaboration had proved difficult.

ISO 14001 consists of

  • Clause 1 – Scope of the Standard
  • Clause 2 – Normative References
  • Clause 3 – Terms & Definitions
  • Clause 4 – Context of the Organisation
  • Clause 5 – Leadership
  • Clause 6 – Planning
  • Clause 7 – Support
  • Clause 8 – Operation
  • Clause 9 – Performance Evaluation
  • Clause 10 – Improvement

Benefits

  • Enhancing competitiveness to avoid international trade barriers
  • Improving process efficiency
  • Preventing uncertainties and risks
  • Reducing cost by reducing raw material use, energy consumption and disposal costs etc.
  • Demonstrating current status of compliance with legal requirements

ISO 14000 Family

ISO 14000 standards and practices can be applied to any organization, regardless of size or industry.

ISO 14001: is the most popular standard of the ISO 14000 family, which also includes the following standards:

ISO 14002-1: – Environmental management systems — Guidelines for using ISO 14001 to address environmental aspects and conditions within an environmental topic area — Part 1: General

ISO 14002-2 – Environmental management systems — Guidelines for using ISO 14001 to address environmental aspects and conditions within an environmental topic area — Part 2: Water

ISO 14004: Environmental Management Systems – General Guidelines On Implementation

ISO 14005: Environmental management systems — Guidelines for a flexible approach to phased implementation

ISO 14006: Environmental Management Systems – Guidelines For Incorporating Ecodesign

ISO 14007: Environmental management — Guidelines for determining environmental costs and benefits

ISO 14008: Monetary valuation of environmental impacts and related environmental aspects

ISO 14009: Environmental management systems — Guidelines for incorporating material circulation in design and development

ISO 14015: Environmental Management – Environmental Assessment Of Sites And Organizations (EASO)

ISO 14016: Environmental management — Guidelines on the assurance of environmental reports.

ISO 14017: Environmental management — Requirements with guidance for verification and validation of water statements

ISO 14020: Environmental Labels And Declarations – General Principles

ISO 14021: Environmental labels and declarations — Self-declared environmental claims (Type II environmental labelling) — Amendment 1: Carbon footprint, carbon neutral

ISO 14024: Environmental labels and declarations — Type I environmental labelling — Principles and procedures

ANSI/ISO 14025:  Environmental Labels And Declarations – Type III Environmental Declarations – Principles And Procedures

ISO/TS 14027: Environmental labels and declarations — Development of product category rules

ISO/TS 14029:  Mutual recognition agreements between Type III Environmental Declaration (EPD) Programme Operators — Principles and procedures

ISO 14030-1: Environmental performance evaluation — Green debt instruments — Part 1: Process for green bonds

ISO 14030-2: Environmental performance evaluation — Green debt instruments — Part 2: Process for green loans

ISO 14030-3 Environmental performance evaluation — Green debt instruments — Part 3: Taxonomy.

ISO 14030-4:  Environmental performance evaluation — Green debt instruments — Part 4: Verification programme requirements

ISO 14031: Environmental Management – Environmental Performance Evaluation – Guidelines

ISO 14033: Environmental management — Quantitative environmental information — Guidelines and examples

ISO 14034: Environmental management — Environmental technology verification (ETV)

ISO 14040: Environmental Management – Life Cycle Assessment – Principles And Framework

ASQ/ANSI/ISO 14044: Environmental Management – Life Cycle Assessment – Requirements And Guidelines

ISO 14045:2012: Environmental management — Eco-efficiency assessment of product systems — Principles, requirements and guidelines

ISO 14046:2014: Environmental management — Water footprint — Principles, requirements and guidelines

ISO/TR 14047:2012: Environmental Management – Life Cycle Assessment – Illustrative Examples on How To Apply ISO 14044 To Impact Assessment Situations

ISO/TS 14048:2002: Environmental management — Life cycle assessment — Data documentation format

ISO/TR 14049:2012: Environmental Management – Life Cycle Assessment – Illustrative Examples On How To Apply ISO 14044 To Goal And Scope Definition And Inventory Analysis

ISO 14050:   Environmental Management – Vocabulary

ISO 14051: Environmental management — Material flow cost accounting — General framework

ISO 14052: Environmental management — Material flow cost accounting — Guidance for practical implementation in a supply chain

ISO 14053: Environmental management — Material flow cost accounting — Guidance for phased implementation in organizations

ISO 14055-1: Environmental management — Guidelines for establishing good practices for combatting land degradation and desertification — Part 1: Good practices framework

ISO 14063: Environmental Management – Environmental Communication – Guidelines and Examples

ISO 14064-1: Greenhouse Gases –  Part 1: Specification With Guidance At The Organization Level For Quantification And Reporting Of Greenhouse Gas Emissions And Removals

ISO 14064-2: Greenhouse Gases – Part 2: Specification With Guidance At The Project Level For Quantification, Monitoring And Reporting Of Greenhouse Gas Emission Reductions Or Removal Enhancements

ISO 14064-3: Greenhouse Gases – Part 3: Specification With Guidance For The Verification And Validation Of Greenhouse Gas Statements

ISO 14065: General principles and requirements for bodies validating and verifying environmental information

ISO 14067: Greenhouse Gases – Carbon Footprint Of Products – Requirements And Guidelines For Quantification

ISO/TR 14069: Greenhouse Gases – Quantification And Reporting Of Greenhouse Gas Emissions For Organizations

ISO/TS 14071: Environmental Management – Life Cycle Assessment – Critical Review Processes And Reviewer Competencies: Additional Requirements And Guidelines To ISO 14044:2006

ISO/TS 14072: Environmental Management – Life Cycle Assessment – Requirements And Guidelines For Organizational Life Cycle Assessment

ISO/TR 14073: Environmental management — Water footprint — Illustrative examples on how to apply ISO 14046

ISO 14080: Greenhouse gas management and related activities — Framework and principles for methodologies on climate actions

ISO 14090: Adaptation to climate change — Principles, requirements and guidelines

ISO 14091: Adaptation to climate change — Guidelines on vulnerability, impacts and risk assessment

ISO/TS 14092: Adaptation to climate change — Requirements and guidance on adaptation planning for local governments and communities

ISO 14097: Greenhouse gas management and related activities — Framework including principles and requirements for assessing and reporting investments and financing activities related to climate change

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