Implementing ISO 14001 starts where most books end. it provides practical guidance for environmental managers who must determine whether ISO 14001 is right for their organization and how to initiate a process that capitalizes on existing strengths and successes. Organized into three sections, this book identifies the ways in which ISO 14001 can be implemented within the constraints of business strategies, environmental imperatives, and regulatory requirements. Section I is written for those not familiar with the ISO standards-setting process in general and ISO 14000 in particular. Section II is designed to assist those who are familiar with ISO 14001 to better understand implementation in their own organizations, and Section III compares ISO 14001 to other standards. Perfect for environmental managers and environmental staff in small to mid-sized companies, this book should be the definitive reference for your ISO 14000 program.ISO 14001 differs markedly from other EMS standards in the area of external communication. ... Documentation of the EMS can take any form that is useful to a company. ISO 14001 does not require a single manual, nor does it dictate theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Implementing ISO 14001|
|Author||:||Marilyn R. Block|
|Publisher||:||Asq Press - 1997|