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How popular is ISO 14001? - infographic

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ISO 14001:2004 is the world’s most popular environmental management standard, being the go-to standard for organisations wanting to communicate their commitment to being environmentally responsible.

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Five Key ISO 45001:2016 FAQs Answered


There’s a new international occupational health and safety standard in the pipeline and it’ll be ready for implementation relatively soon. I’m writing this blog to answer some of the most frequently asked questions my clients put to me. I hope this sheds a little light on any queries you may have.


How popular is ISO 50001? - infographic

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ISO 50001:2011 is a relatively new standard that supports organisations in all sectors to use energy more efficiently, through the development of an energy management system.

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How to define the ‘Scope’ of your environmental management system


The scope of your Environmental Management System (EMS) is a short paragraph in your environmental policy and possibly your manual, but one that your entire management system is pinned on. It’s really important that you get it right, that every word is carefully selected and that it sets out the boundaries of which activities and locations your EMS applies to.


Environmentally responsible companies: are you one?


Responsible environmental management is usually not an overwhelming task (depending on what you get up to) and to help you make sure the basics are covered, I've put together some essential considerations.

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