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.
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By way of introduction, there is a visual representation of the correspondence between ISO 14001:2004 and ISO 1400:2015. There are thirteen sections – each of the key changes to 14001 are identified and discussed, and compared against the existing requirements of the 2004 version. The text is supplemented with helpful diagrams to illustrate key requirements. This guide will help you to build up a picture of what you are already doing, in relation to what you need to do. At the end of each section there is a list of references, tools, and techniques. The guide is 8000 words.
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About the Author:
Marek Bidwell is Director of Bidwell Management Systems, a Chartered Environmentalist Assessor, a visiting lecturer at Newcastle University in environmental management, and co-founder of Green-Thinkers’ book club.Previously he worked for Northern Powergrid as an environmental advisor.
Since the beginning of 2014 he has facilitated the “ISO 14001:2105 Road Test” – a cross-sector group of organisations making the transition to the new standard.