Implementing ISO 14000: A Practical, Comprehensive Guide to the ISO 14000 Environmental Management Standards
Tom Tibor, Ira Feldman
McGraw-Hill, 1997 - Business & Economics - 586 pages
The ISO 14000 series of environmental management standards has captured the attention of business and governments around the world and will likely become a global passport to doing business for thousands of companies. Implementing ISO 14000 is a practical, comprehensive, yet concise reference guide to the ISO 14000 series of standards, implementation, and registration. Each chapter, written by a leading authority in environmental management or compliance, offers an in-depth examination of the key elements of the ISO 14000 series. Implementing ISO 14000 also provides: A broad introduction to the ISO 14000 series of standards and a history of their development; Tips for the practical application of environmental performance evaluation; What to expect druing the ISO 14000 registration process; The role of ISO 14000 in government enforcement.
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