Environmental management system
Ensuring compliance with legal requirements
Control over emerging legal requirements
More efficient process management
Detailed analysis of the organization's impact on the environment
Improving the reputation / image of the organization
Obtaining the contract if the system is a condition on the part of the contracting authority
The environmental management system will enable your organization to protect the environment and respond to changing environmental conditions in balance with socio-economic needs.
The ISO 14001 standard can be used by an organization to increase environmental performance within the environmental aspects of its activities that it affects and that it defines itself, taking into account life-cycle considerations.
What do ESG and ISO 14001 have in common?
Organizations that choose to implement ISO 14001 can gain a number of benefits for their ESG strategy:
They can demonstrate their commitment to protecting the environment and meeting legal and other requirements.
They can reduce their waste, energy and material costs and increase their competitiveness.
They can improve their image and reputation with customers, investors and other stakeholders.
They can identify and manage environmental risks and opportunities and encourage innovation and improvement.
ISO 14001 is a tool for integrating the environmental aspect of ESG into the business of organizations.
The environmental factor (E) includes climate risks, natural resource scarcity, pollution and waste, and environmental opportunities. The ISO 14001 standard provides a framework for the Environmental area within ESG .
Organizations can demonstrate ISO 14001 in ESG by demonstrating their commitment to environmental protection and continuous improvement of their environmental performance. They can also demonstrate how ISO 14001 contributes to the achievement of their environmental objectives and how these objectives relate to their investment strategy and overall work environment. Organizations can use ISO 14001 certification as evidence of meeting environmental management requirements from investors, customers, regulators and other stakeholders.