ISO 14000 Guide: The New International Environmental Management Standards
McGraw Hill Professional, May 1, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 221 pages
Meet a higher environmental standard with ISO 14000. First ISO 9000 set the international standard for quality. Now ISO 14000 sets an equal standard for environmental compliance--moving beyond mere legal requirements to demand organizations actively manager every environmental aspect of their operations, products, and services. In ISO 14000 Guide, Joseph Cascio--a lead developer of ISO 14000--and environmental management experts Gayle Woodside and Phillip Mitchell arm you with an instant primer to ISO 14000's rationale, importance, and implementation. Step by step they show you how to achieve ISO 14000 recognition. . .forge a workable environmental policy. . .set targets. . .monitor, audit, and correct the program. . .and more. You also get a self-assessment tool, a sample environmental management system manual, and other hands-on resources.
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