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Tag Archives: ISO 14001
Many organizations are choosing to “outsource” their Internal Auditing process. On the surface, this seems to go against the intent of the ISO standards. However, the cost of maintaining a qualified pool of internal auditors can be expensive. Also, considering … Continue reading
The Internal Organization for Standardization (ISO) has begun their next revision of the ISO 14001 standard. A draft of the proposed changes was issued on October 23, 2013 by the ISO/TC 207 committee and comments are due back January 23, … Continue reading
With energy one of the most critical challenges facing the international community, the publication on 15 June of the ISO International Standard ISO 50001 on energy management systems is an eagerly awaited event because it is estimated the standard could … Continue reading