ISO 14001 environmental management system definition
ISO 14001 environmental management system is a standard enacted and implemented by international organization.
This standard makes all of organization understand environment legal and significant environment aspect.
This is minimum requirements for environmental management system able to continually improve system by setting up environmental policy and objective in order to minimize impact to environment. General purpose of the standard is to protect environmental and prevent the organization from pollution by balancing the social economic requirements.
Necessity introduction of environmental management system
- Internal & external environment legal and requirements are getting fortified.
- Customer and society concerning is being increased
- International environment regulation trend is getting hard.
- Environment risk should be reduced by increasing of environment const.
- Environment management system certificate is basic request in overseas exports
- Company responsibility is getting increased for environment pollution.
- Recognition of environment importance leads to interesting of friendly environment products.
Environmental management system certificate effectiveness
- It protect environment from waste and pollution
- It foster anticipation and ability to react against legal and regulatory requirements.
- It reduces burden for environment accident by controlling environment risk.
- It reduce environment cost by reducing the waste treatment cost
- Manufacturing cost is improved by effectively using the raw material
- It is possible to have preservation on input material and energy.
- It prevails competitiveness in the market and makes a good image of organization to customer.
- It is possible to buying the insurance in appropriate cost
- It forms strong relationship with interested party and community