Perhaps the first question to ask is “why should we perform internal audits?” The most obvious answer to this question is that ISO 9001:2015 clause 9.2 says so... read more.
ISO 22000, the international food safety standard that specifies the requirements to ensure safe production within the entire food chain, from farm to fork, has now been revised, find out more here.
This month we look at the clause relating to monitoring, measurement and evaluation. The newly revised standards have an expected outcome, in the case of ISO 14001 it is the improvement of environmental performance.
For change to be successful, it has to be fully embedded into an organization’s culture to ensure that change is not only embraced, but is sought.
Following on from the publication of the new health and safety standard, we thought it would be useful to discuss the importance of leadership in ISO 45001:2018.
A gap analysis is mainly done at the beginning of the certification journey to assess what is currently in place. Find out more about the process here...
The topic of management is not a new concept in the 2015 version standards, but the key changes can be summed up in two words; “Leadership” and Strategy”. Read our latest blog here...
Now we know what a baseline is - how can we ensure that we carry this out in an effective manner and provide us with this accurate starting point we require for an effective energy management system?