Environmental management

ISO 1400 is an international standard that can be applied to any type of organization. It defines the requirements for an Environmental Management System, which any organization can use to improve environmental performance.

Generally, the Environmental Management System consists of:

  1. Compliance with legal requirements;
  2. Identifying the aspects and assessment of environmental impacts
  3. Setting objectives and practices in accordance with the organization's environmental policy
  4. Implementing the procedures and practices
  5. Monitoring and measuring environmental performance
  6. Continuous improvement of environmental performance



  • Reduction of environmental risks (spills, emissions, accidents)
  • Employee environmental awareness
  • Reducing the risk of sanctions and lawsuits related to emissions / pollution
  • Increasing the credibility of the organization
  • Valuing the company image
  • Marketing tool
  • Competitive advantage
Contribution to success?

There is the notion that the implementation of an environmental management system is something that contributes to a responsible and concerned image of any company or institution, which is intended to be transmitted to customers and partners.

This view minimizes the key financial benefits this system provides.

By reusing, recycling and reducing consumption, costs are reduced and waste is eliminated, with a direct impact on the treasury management.


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