In this webinar Richard Walsh, Environmental Management Systems Assessor at NQA, gives an overview of the changes to ISO 14001:2015.
- New concepts and terminology
- Specific new clauses and requirements
- Practical implications for maintaining certification
- Transition timelines and notable dates.
To get the most value from this webinar, we recommend that you watch the Transition Essentials Webinar which introduces the new ISO 14001 structure contained in Annex SL.
Although this webinar was completed whilst the standard was at FDIS stage, NQA have evaluated the changes between the FDIS and the publication of the standard to be deemed as minor and therefore do not affect the technical aspects of this webinar.
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Who is Richard Walsh?
Richard has been a Regional Assessor with NQA since 2007, specialising in environment and energy management system assessing. He has recently been heavily involved in preparing NQA assessors and clients for the ISO14001:2015 transition. Prior to joining NQA, Richard spent 12 years at environmental charity Groundwork, where has was responsible for environmental management training and consultancy. Whilst at Groundwork he completed his studies to become a Chartered Environmentalist.
A mechanical engineer by trade, Richard became a metallurgist in the automotive engineering sector prior to taking on a training and advisory role in the implementation of ISO9001. In 1994, when the first environmental management system (BS7750) was published, Richard became one of Groundwork’s first EMS advisors and was responsible for the training and mentoring of environmental management graduates.