The environmental management system conforms toGB/T24001-2016/ISO14001:2015
The full name of ISO14001 certification is ISO14001 environmental management system certification, which refers to the conformity assessment activities carried out by a third-party certification body according to ISO14001 standards. ISO14001 is a standard issued by the International Organization for Standardization and one of the ISO14000 family of standards. This standard was first issued in 1996 and revised by the ISO International Organization for Standardization in 2004. The latest version is ISO14001-2015.
ISO14001 certification is applicable to any organization, including enterprises, institutions and relevant government units. After certification, it can be proved that the organization has reached the international level in environmental management, can ensure that the control of various pollutants in various processes, products and activities of the enterprise meets the relevant requirements, and helps the enterprise establish a good social image.
Target indicatorsThe organization shall establish, implement and maintain documented environmental objectives and indicators for its internal functions and levels.Where feasible, goals and targets should be measurable. The objectives and indicators shall conform to the environmental policy and include the commitment to pollution prevention, continuous improvement and compliance with applicable laws, regulations and other requirements.When establishing and reviewing objectives and indicators, the organization shall consider laws, regulations and other requirements, as well as its own important environmental factors. In addition, optional technical solutions, financial, operational and operational requirements, and views of interested parties should also be considered.The organization shall develop, implement and maintain one or more programs for achieving its goals and targets, which shall include:a) Specify the responsibilities of relevant functions and levels within the organization to achieve goals and targets;b) The method and schedule for achieving goals and targets.
requirementa. The organization shall provide the certification authority with sufficient information on the operation of the environmental management system. For multiple sites, the certification scope, address and personnel distribution of each site shall be described. The certification authority will audit multiple sites by sampling;b. ISO14001 certification consultation is a conformity verification activity to collect objective evidence. To ensure the smooth implementation of the audit, the organization shall make necessary arrangements for the certification body to carry out certification audit, tracking audit, supervision audit, review and certificate replacement, and solve complaints, including document review, on-site audit, access to relevant records and visitors;c. The organization shall establish a documented environmental management system that meets the requirements of ISO14001 standard, complete internal audit and management review before applying for certification, and ensure the effective and full operation of the environmental management system for more than three months;d. In case of any change in the organization's environmental management system or any major change affecting the compliance of the environmental management system, the certification authority shall be notified in a timely manner; The certification authority will conduct supervision audit, certificate renewal audit or review as appropriate to maintain the validity of the certificate;e. After obtaining the certificate, the organization shall comply with the relevant requirements of the certification authority. When conducting publicity, the organization shall only make a statement on the scope of the approved certification, and comply with the provisions of the certification authority on the use of certification certificates and certification marks; During the supervision and audit, the certification authority will audit the use of the certification certificate and logo;f. Since the establishment of the environmental management system, the organization shall maintain the self-assessment of the compliance with laws and regulations, and submit the compliance certificate of the organization for more than one year. Necessary corrective measures shall be taken in time in case of non-compliance with relevant laws and regulations;g. The organization shall provide the certification authority with records of information communication and complaints with interested parties, as well as records of corrective actions taken.
RangeThis standard specifies the requirements for the environmental management system to enable an organization to formulate and implement environmental policies and objectives in accordance with laws and regulations and other requirements it should comply with, as well as information on important environmental factors. It applies to those environmental factors that the organization determines can control or may exert influence. However, the standard itself does not propose specific environmental performance criteria. This standard is applicable to any organization with the following aspirations:a) Establish, implement, maintain and improve the environmental management system;b) Make sure that they can meet the declared environmental policy;c) Demonstrate compliance with this standard by:;1) Conduct self-evaluation and self declaration;2) Seek confirmation of the organization's conformity from interested parties (such as customers);3) Seek external confirmation of its self declaration;4) Seek external organizations to certify/register their environmental management.All requirements specified in this standard can be incorporated into any environmental management. The extent of its application depends on such factors as the organization's environmental policy, its activities, the nature of its products and services, and its operating site and conditions. This standard also provides an informative guide on how to use this standard in Appendix A.
applyThe company shall meet the following conditions when applying for ISO14001 certification:1. Within one year before the application date, he has not been punished by the local environmental protection authority and has obtained the compliance certificate from the environmental protection authority;2. Pollutant discharge shall comply with national or local pollutant discharge standards;3. The products applied for certification belong to the category list of environmental labeling products that can be certified published by the State;4. Comply with the national standards or technical requirements for environmental labeling products;5. Normal batch production and stable technical indicators;6. Establish the guarantee system of environmental labeling products;7. It shall have the product quality certification certificate or product production license certificate, or the product quality certificate within one year issued by the inspection agency recognized by the standardization administrative department above the provincial level;8. Environmental monitoring report within the validity period, including water, sound, gas, etc.
technological processISO14000 certification process:1. Certification consulting2. Certification application3. Sign the contract4. Phase I review5. Phase II review6. Nonconformity correction and tracking verification7. Approval and issuance8. Post certificate supervision
significanceThe ISO 14000 series of standards is, in the final analysis, a set of management standards. It is the crystallization of environmental management experience of industrial developed countries. When formulating national standards, the situation of different countries has been taken into account to make the standards as common as possible.·The positive impact of ISO 14001 standards on enterprises is mainly reflected in the following aspects:·Establish enterprise image and improve enterprise reputation·Promote enterprises to consciously abide by environmental laws and regulations·Promote enterprises to consider their impact on the environment in their production, operation, service and other activities, and reduce the environmental load·Enable enterprises to obtain the "green pass" to enter the international market·Enhance the environmental awareness of enterprise employees·Promote enterprises to save energy, recycle waste and reduce operating costs·Promote enterprises to strengthen environmental management
Main impactsIn 1996, ISO first issued five standards related to environmental management system and its audit, which attracted the attention of governments and industry. By the end of 1997, only one year after the promulgation of the standard, 1491 enterprises in the world had passed the ISO14001 standard certification; By the end of 1998, the number had reached 5017; By the end of 1999, more than 10000 enterprises had passed the certification.Our government attaches great importance to environmental management. The five standards that have been issued have been transformed into national standards. They are:GB/T24001-1996 idt ISO14001 Environmental Management System Specification and Guidance for UseGB/T24004-1996 idt ISO14004 Environmental Management Systems - Guidelines for Principles, Systems and Support TechnologiesGB/T24010-1996 idt ISO14010 General Principles of Environmental Audit SystemGB/T24011-1996 idt ISO14011 Environmental Audit System Audit Procedure Environmental Management System AuditGB/T24012-1996 idt ISO14012 Environmental Audit System Qualification Requirements for Environmental AuditorsAmong them, ISO14001 is the core of this series of standards. It is not only the basis for establishing the environmental management system and auditing or reviewing the environmental management system, but also the basis for formulating other ISO14000 series standards.The important feature of ISO14000 series standards is that, first of all, the standards are not mandatory, but voluntary. The ISO14000 series standards draw on the successful experience of the ISO9000 standard, making the standard widely applicable and flexible. It can be applied to organizations of any type and size under different geographical, cultural and social conditions. The ISO14000 series standards have good compatibility with ISO9000 standards, which enables enterprises to effectively coordinate with the original management system when adopting ISO14000 series standards. "Prevention first" is the leading ideology running through ISO14000 series standards, which requires enterprises to commit to pollution prevention and implement it in the system. Continuous improvement is the soul of ISO14000 series standards. Through the implementation of the standards, the organization has established a mechanism for continuous improvement. In the process of continuous improvement, it realizes its commitment to society and ultimately achieves the goal of improving environmental performance.The implementation of ISO14000 series standards is conducive to improving the environmental awareness of the whole nation and establishing the idea of sustainable development; It is conducive to improving people's awareness of abiding by the law and the implementation of environmental laws and regulations; It is conducive to mobilizing the initiative of enterprises to prevent and control environmental pollution, and promoting enterprises to continuously improve environmental management; It is conducive to promoting the conservation and rational utilization of resources and energy; It is conducive to achieving bilateral and multilateral certification of environmental certification among countries and eliminating technical barriers to trade.