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Environmental Management system (EMS)

ISO 14001:2015 is an Environmental Management System (EMS) refers to the management of an organization's environmental programs in a comprehensive, systematic, planned and documented manner.

It includes the organizational structure, planning, and resources for developing, implementing and maintaining a policy for environmental protection.

EMS Model

An EMS follows a Plan-Do-Check-Act Cycle or PDCA. The diagram shows the process of first developing an environmental policy, planning the EMS, and then implementing it. The process also includes checking the system and acting on it. The model is continuous because an EMS is a process of continual improvement in which an organization is constantly reviewing and revising the system.

Requirements of ISO 14001:2015

  • Environmental Policy, Aspects, and Impacts
  • Legal and Other Requirements & Evaluations
  • Objectives and Targets and Environmental Management Program
  • Training, Awareness, and Competence
  • Communication
  • EMS Documentation & Control of Documents
  • Operational Control & Emergency Preparedness & Response
  • Monitoring and Measuring
  • EMS Audit & Management Review

Benefits of ISO 14001:2015

  • Cost savings through the reduction of electricity, water, gas, and fuels.
  • Avoiding fines and penalties from not meeting environmental legislation by identifying environmental risks and addressing weaknesses.
  • Reduction in insurance costs by demonstrating better risk management
  • Improved overall performance and efficiency.
  • Able to monitor and reflect (audit) your business and see which areas need intervention
  • Better public perception of the organization, leading to improved sales


Dynamic Safety offers one of the best services in helping you to get ISO 14001:2015 certification. Our EMS Consultants help you to achieve an efficient and effective environmental management system which will be a benchmark for your company and will raise the status of your company to a great extent.