ISO 14001:2004 (EMS)

What is ISO 14001:2004 :-

ISO 14001:2004 specifies requirements for an environmental management system all organizations large or small and covers all sectors. It will help you to be more environmentally friendly, show you how to measure your consumption and reduce waste. Once you see how you can effectively reduce, re-use and recycle, you will benefit by making tangible cost savings, reduce your environmental impact and enhance your environmental credentials. ISO 14001 certification is also a proven business winner with most certified organizations qualifying for more tenders and winning more orders!


The Benefits of implementing ISO 14001:2004 :-

  • Minimizes hazardous and non-hazardous waste
  • Conserves natural resources - electricity, gas, space and water with resultant cost savings
  • Avoiding risk and preventing pollution
  • Showing your business partners, regulatory agencies, and community that you are environmentally responsible.
  • Greater employee involvement in business operations with a more motivated workforce
  • Easier to obtain operational permits and authorizations
  • Assists in developing and transferring technology within the company
  • Helps reduce pollution
  • Fewer operating costs
  • Savings from safer workplace conditions
  • Reduction of costs associated with emissions, discharges, waste handling, transport & disposal
  • Improvements in the product as a result of process changes
  • Meets potential national and international government purchasing requirements
  • Delivers profits from marketing "green" products
  • Provides a competitive marketing tool
  • Improves international competitiveness
  • Process cost savings by reduction of material and energy input
  • Why ISO 14001:2004 :-


  • It shows that an organisation is committed to environmental issues and is prepared to work towards improving the environment
  • Most organizations want ISO 14001 certification to qualify for a tender or to achieve preferred supplier status: typically for a Local Authority or for a supply chain requirement
  • Demonstration of legal and regulatory compliance
  • Demonstrates to customers that the firm has met environmental expectations