ISO 14001:2015 was published on 15th September 2015
This website helps you to make the transition by providing range of information and resources:
- Download my guide to ISO 14001:2015 “Making the Transition to ISO 14001:2015 – From Compliance to Opportunity”. Saving you hours of confusion and head-scratching; packed with useful analysis, diagrams, and references, this guide will help you to understand the new requirements in ISO 14001, and interpret them for your organisation – only £15
“It’s an excellent document – I knew it would be having read your articles in the environmentalist and webinars. You make the subject so understandable” Jane Henderson, Henderson Management Systems
“Used the previous edition to this to provide further interpretation to the DIS standard and found it really useful. Proud to say our system has been certified to the new standard by our certification body… thanks again for the great service you provide” Kyle MacNeill, Environmental Assurance Manager, Northern Rail
“The ISO 14001 guide by Marek Bidwell (BMS) has been a useful tool for navigating and interpreting the standard. Not having an in depth background in environmental management, I wouldn’t have known where to start without it.” Peter McAuley, Project Engineer, Hydram Engineering
- Read my article “Why design is the key to unlocking the benefits of ISO 14001:2015“
- Learn from those organisation‘s who have already made the transition: “Lessons from the Early Adopters Interviews“
“Will ISO 14001:2015 Make a difference?” Read the results and analysis of our practitioner survey on this subject.
Read about the 13 key changes to the standard.
Download a free wall chart illustrating the correspondence between ISO 14001:2004 and ISO 14001:2015
Frequently asked questions about the changes to ISO 14001
Watch my interview with Gareth Kane on ‘Ask Gareth’ about changes to the standard:
Ask Gareth – ‘How is ISO 14001:2015 changing?”
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