ISO 14001

Certification can offer much more than regulatory compliance and the ability to meet the provider requirements. Discover why and how.

The ISO 14001 standard provides guidance on how to consider multiple aspects of your company’s acquisition, storage, distribution, product development, manufacturing, etc., so that the impact on the environment is reduced. It also encourages you to assess the way you manage an emergency plan, customer expectations, stakeholders and relationships with your local community.

Depending on how your company works today, this can simply mean small changes, such as documenting what and how it works or, on the contrary, it can mean a series of more significant changes resulting in a more efficient business, expense or waste reduction, and providing peace of mind to everyone involved.

To whom is ISO 14001 addressed?

ISO 14001 helps companies of all sizes in all sectors to make their daily operations more sustainable. Sustainability can ultimately save money, improve the brand reputation, involve employees, and increase resilience facing uncertainty as well as the ability to adapt quickly to change.

If you are a manager or work for a small or medium-sized company (SME), ISO 14001 implantation is indeed possible, as well as necessary and very beneficial. The matter is knowing how to do it.

What are the benefits of the ISO 14001 standard?

Principal benefits of ISO 14001 Environmental Management System experienced by Daruma users:

  • A better environmental management allows reducing levels of waste and energy usage.
  • Improves efficiency reducing the expenses of your company activities.
  • Shows conformity for increasing your business opportunities.
  • Allows fulfillment of legal duties in order to gain the stakeholders and customers trust.
  • Gets you ready for a business environment constantly changing.

How can Daruma help?

Understanding or applying the requirements of multiple standards to your business is not always a simple process. Daruma has helped hundreds of organizations in Latin America to automate and integrate improvement models, making management easier and achieving a culture of improvement technologically.