Reduce your environmental liability and project a reputation of EHS excellence.
ISO 14001 is the international standard for implementing an Environmental Management System (EMS). It maps out a framework that organizations can follow to set up an effective EMS. OHSAS 18001 is very similar to ISO 14001, but instead of managing environmental issues, 18001 focuses on managing Occupational Health and Safety concerns. These include Job Hazards, OSHA regulatory requirements and potential emergencies. IES can provide many of the ISO 14001 services listed on this page – for the 18001 system requirements.
Many large companies are requiring their suppliers become ISO 14001 certified. This is especially true in the automotive and electronics sectors and many foreign-based companies are also requiring ISO 14001 certifications.
ISO 14001 builds an EMS that addresses legal compliance issues and environmental aspects. OHSAS 18001/ISO 45001 manages job hazards and other Health and Safety issues. These standards helps build improvement objectives, training programs and control documents (work instructions, operating manuals, etc) to manage the system.
IES has assisted over 50 companies with our ISO 14001/OHSAS 18001/ISO 45001 services:
- ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems Overview
- ISO 14001 Technical Assistance Program
- ISO 14001 – Internal Auditor Training
- ISO 14001 – Jump Start Program
- ISO 14001 GAP Analysis, Pre-Assessment or Internal Audit
- OHSAS 18001 (ISO 45001)
ISO 14001 has changed. Have you transitioned to the 2015 version?
ISO 14001:2015, published in September 2015, is the newest version of the standard. It has been updated to provide organizations the most current and relevant requirements for improved performance and business benefits. Organizations that are currently registered to the previous version, ISO 14001:2004, will have until September 2018 to transition to the 2015 standard. IES can work with you today to ensure a smooth transition in the future. For more information about the ISO 14001:2015 transition, read the ISO 14001:2015 frequently asked questions or speak with us to learn more.
OHSAS 18001 is changing.
OHSAS 18001 is changing and will be replaced by ISO 4001 sometime in 2017-2018. More information will be available soon.