An Environmental Management System (EMS) provides a
framework for managing environmental impacts so they can be handled more
effectively and become more fully integrated into overall business operations.
An EMS can reduce costs and waste, improve efficiency and secure a competitive
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BS EN ISO 14001:2015
This revised standard introduces a new high level structure of terms, definitions and headings that will be the same across all management systems standards. This should make it easier for users of several standards, for example BS EN ISO 9001, to integrate their management system standards.
BS EN ISO 14004:2010
BS EN ISO 14004 looks at all the relevant elements of an environmental management system to help organizations with their decision making.
BS EN ISO 50001:2011
BS EN ISO 50001:2011 helps to improve management techniques by providing a comprehensive scope of requirements to run an efficient energy management system.
BS ISO 20121:2012
BS ISO 20121 lays out a management system that helps you improve the sustainability of events. It has been designed to help you manage sustainability throughout the entire event management cycle.
BS ISO 26000:2010
BS ISO 26000:2010 outlines international recommendations for social responsibility. It covers organisational governance, human rights, working practices, environmental policies, sustainable development and community involvement.
BS 8903 sets out a comprehensive framework to help management with sustainable and economic development. By following these guidelines, you can implement sustainable procurement processes across all supply chains.
BS EN ISO 14006:2011
This Standard is intended to be used by those organizations that have implemented an EMS in accordance with ISO 14001, but can help in integrating ecodesign in other management systems. The guidelines are applicable to any organization regardless of its size or activity.