Installing Environmental Management Systems: A Step-by-step Guide

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Earthscan, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 249 pages
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A comprehensive guide for all businesses seeking ISO 14000, 14001 and EMAS qualifications

An accessible, practical handbook for corporate executives and project managers on how to establish and maintain an effective environmental management system (EMS), including both ISO 14001 and the European Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS). It draws on the authors' extensive hands-on experience in both implementing environmental management systems and training others to do so. Set out in a straightforward series of steps, the guide is concise and full of helpful examples and insider tips, it will be the standard manual for managers and consultants.

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Christopher Sheldon is an international policy advisor, trainer, author and broadcaster on environmental management. Mark Yoxon has worked with numerous organizations from small business to EU policy making and was a member of the Management Charter Initiative (MCI) working group which developed vocational qualifications for environmental management. He now divides his time between the Open University and INFORM Training & Communication.

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