Benefits of ISO 14001 certification
Environmental legislation compliance - ISO 14001 certification can help you comply with legislative requirements by providing a systematic approach for meeting current and identifying future legislation.
Increased credibility within your sector - Being independently assessed against ISO 14001:2015 increases your credibility and provides a competitive edge over non-certified businesses when invited to tender.
Demonstrate environmental risk management - By gaining certification to ISO 14001:2015, it can help you to demonstrate that you are managing your environmental risks and are making continual improvements against specific targets.
Reduction in environmental costs - ISO 14001 certification promotes continual improvement against environmental objectives, helping to drive more efficient use of raw materials and enhanced performance leading to cost reductions.
Easily integrated with other standards - ISO 14001:2015 shares a common management system framework with other management system standards, such as ISO 9001 and ISO 45001 enabling easy integration of your quality, environmental and occupational health & safety management systems.
Why choose Lloyd's Register for ISO 14001 certification?
Lloyd's Register has been at the forefront of standards development and involved in EMS assessment and certiﬁcation for a number of years.
Proven track record
We have high-proﬁle clients in the ﬁnance, telecommunications, software, internet, consultancy, justice and government sectors.
Our assessors are management systems experts qualiﬁed in environmental management systems.
How Lloyd's Register can help
ISO 14001:2015 Downloads
Lloyd's Register is committed to helping you achieve certification to ISO 14001:2015 and has produced a variety of guides to help.
ISO 14001:2015 Training Courses
We have a wide range of environmental management systems training courses that are located in nationwide venues close to you.
ISO 14001:2015 Gap Analysis
If you are an existing customer we can assess your existing EMS against the new ISO 14001:2015 standard.