The Environment Agency has taken a serious view on ESOS compliance. Resources are to commence with widespread enforcement action.
Organizations currently certified to ISO 13485:2003 will have three years to transition their QMS.
The highly anticipated ISO 45001 is unlikely to be published until 2017 after the Draft International Standard failed to gain approval.
Sibbald becomes first training provider to achieve new ISO standards.
The revised version of ISO 14004 was published on 1 March after the final draft received unanimous backing.
Turfsoil has become the first grounds maintenance company in the UK to achieve the new standards for quality and environmental.
Manchester Met University has become the first UK University to attain the new ISO 14001:2015 environmental management certification.
Find out how the law views a certified h&s management system as a defence and how it could assist to mitigate potential prosecution.
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