Improving Business and Environmental Performance through ISO 14001

19th August 2012

This FREE workshop hosted in conjunction with Peel & Shaw Consulting and accreditation specialists SGS will help you understand how an ISO 14001 Environmental Management System (EMS) can be used to drive both commercial and environmental performance improvement in your organisation.

It has been designed specifically for senior managers in small and medium-sized businesses who: a) Want to understand how ISO14001 can be implemented simply but effectively and how this can be used to create tangible business value, or b) Want to maximise the value from their existing system in order to support new business development and performance goals. The workshop will outline the growing business case for ISO 14001 as an effective mechanism for driving business performance through environmental improvement. We will identify some of the common benefits, illustrating these through examples. In addition to this, we will also try to lower some commonly perceived barriers to adoption, before finally offering some tips on how to start implementing an effective system. For more details and to reserve your place, please click on the link http://peelandshaw.eventbrite.com/

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