14 Sep, 2016 | ISO 14001

The revised standard ISO 14001:2015 has been with us for little under three months and the breadth and range of the standard’s interrelationships is beginning to sink in.

This discussion paper reviews some initial observations and implications and looks at what questions are being asked as organisations begin to get to grips with the new requirements.

How has ISO 14001:2015 been received?ISO 14001 discussion paper to download

BywaterExcel offers training courses to assist organisations in the transition to ISO 14001:2015 as well as for Auditors needing to develop their skills and knowledge to assess an organisation’s EMS effectively:  

Develop auditing skills and techniques to become a competent 2nd and 3rd party EMS auditor

This ISO 14001 internal auditor course covers all the elements necessary to competently audit an EMS to determine compliance

A transition course to provide delegates with an overview and understanding of the requirements and implications of the new 2015 standard

Learn to plan and formalise an EMS and key environmental initiatives based on ISO 14001 requirements (In-house course only)