The ISO 14001:2015 standard was published on 15th September 2015, and its new requirements will result in many organisations making substantial improvements to their EMSs, reflecting the nature of their activities and the adequacy of existing management practices. This provides an opportunity for organisations to determine what they want their EMSs to accomplish and how they can be more effective. The topics in this Infobook aim to help you understand the implications of the new requirements and how they can be applied in your EMS to add value. Timescales ISO has allowed for a three-year transition timetable for organisations to meet the requirements of the 2015 standard. From September 2018, ISO 14001:2004 certificates will cease to be valid. In the intervening period, organisations can continue to be certified to the 2004 version of the standard, which will help those not yet ready for the transition. However, any organisation wishing to be certified to ISO 14001 beyond September 2018 must by then meet the requirements of ISO 14001:2015.
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