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UNI EN ISO 14001:2004 Certification

ISO 14001 - EMAS


Who is concerned?

All types and sizes of organisations of both the public and private sector, that wish to demonstrate their environmental focus; Easily integrated with other important management systems such as
health and safety or quality

Framework


Certiquality, a leader in the field of voluntary certification of management systems, was the first certification body to be accredited for the certification of environmental management systems against the UNI EN ISO 14001: 2004 standard.
The environmental management system set out in ISO 14001 is based on legal compliance, continual improvement and prevention of pollution. The ISO 14001 standard leaves an organisation free to set which and how many environmental objectives it wishes to pursue, depending on its economic circumstances and current internal technological sophistication.

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Certiquality, a leader in the field of voluntary certification of management systems, was the first certification body to be accredited for the certification of environmental management systems against the UNI EN ISO 14001: 2004 standard. The environmental management system set out in ISO 14001 is based on legal compliance, continual improvement and prevention of pollution. The ISO 14001 standard leaves an organisation free to set which and how many environmental objectives it wishes to pursue, depending on its economic circumstances and current internal technological sophistication.

The Certification Process

The certification process against the ISO 14001 standard involves the following steps:

  • application for certification;
  • acceptance of Certiquality’s offer;
  • performance of a preliminary audit (optional);
  • performance of a certification audit (in two stages);
  • management of any identified deficiencies;
  • deliberation by the Certiquality Technical Commission;
  • annual surveillance audits.

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