ISO 14001:2015 Certification

The ISO 14001:2015 was officially released on September 15, 2015, adopting the high-level structure model of Annex SL. This version retains the original elements of environmental protection and social responsibility, including integrating environmental management into overall business considerations, continuous improvement of environmental performance, and compliance with relevant environmental laws.

The new version also introduces considerations for external environmental factors, internal factors, interested parties, and stakeholders. It emphasizes the life cycle of products, services, and activities and their corresponding handling. Additionally, the new version places particular emphasis on risks and opportunities derived from environmental assessments and strengthens the top management's awareness and monitoring of the environmental management system.

What is ISO 14001?

ISO 14001 is an international standard for environmental management, applicable to businesses of various sizes and types. Its purpose is to assist businesses in developing and implementing environmentally favorable policies and practices. Through this system, enterprises can establish and execute policies that align with environmental sustainability.

The Content of ISO 14001

Environmental Policy:
Establish environmental objectives for the organization and formulate corresponding environmental policies.
Develop plans to achieve environmental policies and objectives, considering regulations and other requirements.
Implementation and Operation:
Execute plans, manage resources, provide training, and establish processes that support environmental objectives.
Monitoring and Testing:
Monitor and test the performance of the environmental management system to ensure its effective operation.
Performance Evaluation:
Regularly assess environmental performance and implement necessary improvements.
Document Control:
Ensure the creation, updating, and management of relevant documents.

The Benefits

Ensure that the business complies with relevant regulations and legal requirements, reducing the risk of non-compliance.
Cost Savings:
Achieve cost-effectiveness through efficient resource management and waste reduction.
Market Expansion:
Gain a competitive advantage in a market increasingly focused on sustainability.
Risk Management:
Reduce potential environmental risks through risk assessment and management.
Drive Innovation:
Foster new technologies and processes, promoting environmentally friendly innovations.
Global Recognition:

ISO 14001:2015 is globally recognized as the environmental management standard, facilitating international business expansion.
Sustainable Development:
Actively contribute to achieving sustainable development goals and fulfill social responsibility.