The central pillar of environmental management
Organisations, regardless of their activity, size or physical location, are increasingly required to comply with a growing number of environmental demands imposed by the Administration, clients and the general public. For this reason, the use of tools that integrate the environment into the company's overall management is essential.
The implementation of an Environmental Management System in accordance with the standard UNE-EN-ISO 14001 allows for easy standardisation of the environmental factors arising from each activity that takes place in organisation. It also promotes environmental protection and prevents pollution while maintaining a balance with socio-economic factors.
The implementation of an Environmental Management System in accordance with the international standard
ISO 14001, your organisation is positioned as socially responsible, distinguishing itself from the competition, and strengthening its image with customers and consumers.
Among other environmental benefits, this will optimise the management of resources and waste, reduce the negative environmental impacts of their activity, and reduce any risks associated with accidental situations.
With respect to financial advantages, as well as strengthening innovation and productivity, your organisation will be able to reduce waste management costs or insurance premiums, remove exporting barriers, reduce the risk of litigation and sanctions, have better access to subsidies and other lines of funding, or reduce the occupational risks, thus motivating staff.