Transitioning to ISO 14001:2015
ISO 14001 is the world's most recognized standard for environmental management.
According to ISO, over 6,000 organizations are certified to ISO 14001 in the US. While
it continues to be as relevant as ever, ISO 14001 is undergoing radical transformation,
with the updated version expected to be published by the end of 2015.
This internationally acclaimed standard is under revision to ensure it remains relevant
to current issues and challenges that affect businesses today. Join BSI experts to learn
more about how your organization can transition to the revised standard.
Participants will develop an understanding of:
- ISO 14001:2015 update and latest changes
- How the changes may affect your organization
- Transition timeline and next steps
- How the transition is an opportunity to drive performance to the next level
- Best practices for implementing the new requirements
Be among the first to explore the changes using the latest release of the standard and
get a head start on the first stage of its transformation with this webinar.
John DiMaria; CSSBB, HISP, MHISP, AMBCI, is the Systems Certification
Senior Product Manager for BSI Americas. He has 30 years of successful experience in
Standards and Management System Development, including Information Systems, ISMS, Business
Continuity and Quality Assurance. John is responsible for overseeing product roll-out and
client/sales education. He is a product spokesperson for BSI Americas regarding all
standards covering Risk, Quality, Sustainability and Regulatory Compliance. John was one
of the key innovators of CSA STAR Certification for cloud providers, a contributing author
of the American Bar Association's Cybersecurity Handbook, a working group member and
key contributor to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework.
Denise Wecker-Seipke is the BSI EHS Technical Manager for the Americas.
She has been involved with EHS management systems since the first ISO 14001 draft was
issued in 1994, and has been with BSI in her capacity since 1996. The BSI EHS program
includes ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, GHG, and Responsible Care.