14001:2015 - Environmental Management
Quality Control and Environment Protection Departments
ISO 14001:2015 standard addresses various aspects of environmental
management. It provides practical tools for companies and
organizations looking to identify and control their environmental
impact and constantly improve their environmental performance.
ISO 14001 prior to ISO14001:2015, focused on environmental
management systems. The other standards in the family focus
on specific environmental aspects such as life cycle analysis,
communication and auditing. The ISO 14001:2015 is not longer
an environmental focused standard. It is a management system
standard with enviromental components.
of the new ISO 14001:2015 requirements have fundamental
changes to existing business processes that are not typically
under the control of the environmental department. Changes
required integration of the environmental management system
into all aspects of the business with specific requirements
related to the following functions below:
Major areas of impact of the ISO 14001:2015 revision:
benefits of using ISO 14001:2015 can include:
Reduced cost of waste management
¡E Savings in consumption of energy and
¡E Lower distribution costs
¡E Improved corporate image among regulators, customers and
14001:2015 can be used in whole or in part to help an organization,
for profit or not-for-profit, better manage its relationship
with the environment. If all the elements of ISO 14001:2015
are incorporated into the management process, the organization
may opt to prove that it has achieved full alignment or
conformity with the international standard, ISO 14001:2015,
by using one of four recognized options. These are:
Make a self-determination and self-declaration, or
2. Seek confirmation of its conformance by parties having
an interest in the organization, such as customers, or
3. Seek confirmation of its self-declaration by a party
external to the organization, or
4. Seek certification/registration of its environmental
management system by an external organization.
does not control conformity assessment; its mandate is to
develop and maintain standards. ISO has a neutral policy
on conformity assessment. One option is not better than
the next. Each option serves different market needs. The
adopting organization decides which option is best for them,
in conjunction with their market needs.
to Environmental Standards
Committment - Respect the uniqueness of Earth¡¦s resources
comply with environmental regulations and satisfy the requirements
of our customers. With increasing international attention
and conformity to environmental regulations, such as EU
RoHS, WEEE, REACH, etc,
Establish the channels of communication to publish the environmental
information for all stakeholders. Balance business growth
and ecological protection with the social responsibility.
eco-friendly green products with pollution reduction, energy
saving, packaging reduction that are designed for recycling.
using eco-friendly materials such as the compliance with
the RoHS directive and the using of BFR-free plastic chassis.
Star- Comply with the product energy saving requirements
of international ecolabels such as Energy Star.
Reduce the packaging weight, optimize the packaging volume
and minimize the packaging materials.
more than 75% product recycling rate (Reuse+Recycling+Recovery).
ISO14001:2015 Self Declaration Statement
ISO 14001:2015 Environment Management System Policy
Conflict of Minerals Policy and Statement