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LRQA provides a number of training solutions tailored to meet your needs and to ensure that you get the most out of your management system.
Integrated Management Systems Auditor
Learn how you can streamline your management systems by integrating two or more of the following management systems: Quality, Environmental or Occupational Health and Safety
Gain a thorough understanding of the revised ISO 14001:2015 standard and related EMS standards, and environmental management systems (EMS)
Develop the necessary skills to fulfil your role as a Environmental Systems Manager more effectively.
To introduce people to the interpretation of ISO 14064-1 and show how the standard can be used to produce a reliable estimate of an organisation’s greenhouse gases footprint which will stand up to independent verification if required.
International Standards were high on the agenda at a side event held in conjunction with the recent 23rd United Nations Climate Change Conference held in Bonn, Germany.
Back in June, ISO 50001, the international standard for Energy Management Systems (EnMS), became the latest standard to enter the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) revisions process.
On 2nd August, ISO 50001 was issued at CD2 (Committee Draft 2) which means that as a Committee Draft, members of ISO Technical Committee ISO/TC 242 - which has recently become TC 301 - will now circulate the draft and must collate and return comments to ISO by 26th September 2016.
Most recently, in September 2015, ISO 9001:2015 (quality) and ISO 14001:2015 (environmental) were published after completing the ISO revision process. Where those standards finished, others were just beginning and some of the most popular global standards are still under revision. So where are these standards in the revision process and what happens next?
ISO 50001, the international standard for Energy Management Systems (EnMS), became the latest standard to enter the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) revisions process and in June, ISO Technical Committee, ISO/TC 242, which has recently become TC 301, gathered in Stockholm, Sweden to discuss the revisions at an event hosted by the Swedish Standards Institute (SIS), the ISO member for the country.