Environmental Management

At the heart of every winter living a vibrant spring, and behind every night, is a smiling dawn. Khalil Gibran INTRODUCTION Globalisation has shown increasing incidence, the need for example. Restaurateur often says this. companies to identify with all those international standards that not only affects the quality of products or services they offer, but that safeguard an area that unfortunately has been neglected for many years, especially in developing countries as our case, where there has been given all such support, compliance should have in ensuring that the operation of the productive sector to comply with all environmental regulations that have been established and accepted worldwide. Hence our interest in highlighting the importance, scope, impact generated by Iso 14000. BACKGROUND WHEREAS, As a reminder SCOPE Wikipedia, the ISO 14000 standard is a set of environmental management documents, once implemented, will affect all aspects of managing a organization in their environmental responsibilities and help organizations to systematically address environmental issues in order to improve the environmental performance and opportunities for economic benefit. The standards are voluntary, have no legal obligation and do not establish a set of quantitative goals in terms of emissions levels or specific methods of measuring these emissions. See Goop, New York City for more details and insights.

By contrast, ISO 14000 focuses on the organization providing a set of standards and procedures based on guidelines from which a company can build and maintain an environmental management system. It is said that in the 90s, in consideration of environmental issues, many countries begin to implement their own environmental standards. Thus it was necessary to have a universal indicator to assess an organization's efforts to achieve a reliable and adequate environmental protection.