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ISO 9001 : 2008 QMS
ISO 27001 : 2005 ISMS
ISO 20000 : 2005 ITSM
Six Sigma
ISO 14001: 2004
ISO/TS 16949
ISO 13485 :2003
ISO 17025 : NABL
OHSAS 18001
CE Marking

ISO 20000 : ISO/IEC 20000-

Integrates the process based approach of ISO's management system standard

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ISO 27000 : ISO/IEC 27001-

2005, Information Technology Security Techniques Information Security

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ISO 26000 -
26000 standard giving guidance on social responsibility has taken a significant step forward with

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Introduction to ISO 14001:2004

The ISO 14001 series is a family of standards developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), one of the world's principal voluntary standards development bodies. The ISO 14001 standards are designed to provide an internationally recognized framework for environmental management, measurement, evaluation and auditing. They do not prescribe environmental performance targets, but provide organizations with the tools to assess and control the impact of their activities, products or services on the environment. The standards are designed to be flexible enough to be used by any organization of any size and in any field. They address the following subjects:
  • Environmental management systems

  • Environmental auditing

  • Environmental labels and declarations

  • Environmental performance evaluation

  • Life cycle assessment

What is an Environmental Management System?

An environmental management system is a management structure that allows an organization to assess and control the environmental impact of its activities, products or services. ISO 14001, Environmental management systems - Specification with guidance for use, outlines the requirements for an EMS. According to ISO 14001, there are six key elements of an EMS:
  •  An environmental policy, in which the organization states its intentions and commitment to environmental performance
  • Planning, in which the organization analyses the environmental impact of its operations
  • Implementation and operation which includes the development and putting into practice of processes that will bring about environmental goals and objectives
  • Checking and corrective action which includes the monitoring and measurement of environmental indicators to ensure that goals and objectives are being met
  • Management review of the EMS by the organization's top management to ensure its continuing suitability, adequacy and effectiveness
  •  Continual improvement.



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