LRQA provides management system certification and training to a wide range of environmental, energy, occupational health and safety, quality and business continuity standards and schemes in addition to risk management and supply chain assurance solutions: - ISO 14001 - ISO 50001 - ESOS Energy Audits - OHSAS 18001 - ISO 9001 - ISO 22301 >ISO 14001:2015 . . . Are you prepared? With the publication of the ISO 14001:2015 in September 2015, you can now start to transition to the new standard. So with this in mind, LRQA's training courses and gap analysis services will support and guide you during the changes that may affect your organisation and help your existing environmental management system transition to the new standard.
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LRQA ISO Standards Update: LRQA launches FDIS/ISO 14001:2015 training courses on same day FDIS released
ISO has officially published the Final Draft International Standard (FDIS) for ISO 14001, signalling the penultimate stage of the revision process for the world's most widely adopted international Environment Management System (EMS) standard.
The final standard (ISO 14001:2015) is currently due for publication in September 2015.
As well as the incorporation of Annex SL, which is the high level structure and common text for all new and revised ISO management system standards, some of the main new requirements include organisational context, knowledge and risk-based thinking. Other areas of the standard that have been revised include the importance of senior management engagement, as well as policy and the need for processes.
To coincide with the publication of the FDIS, LRQA is pleased to announce that a range of FDIS/ISO 14001:2015 training courses are now available to reflect the new and revised requirements.
“LRQA's range of public, in-house and bespoke training services offers your organisation the best start to transitioning to ISO 14001:2015,” said David Derrick, LRQA Area Operations Manager (North Europe).
“These best-in-class courses will help organisations not only meet the requirements of the revised standard, but importantly help to ensure their successful transition to ISO 14001:2015, delivering an effective and performance-based management system.”