ISO has mandated that all of its new or revised management system standards use the same high-level structure, definitions, and common text. The ISO 14001 standard on environmental management systems currently is being revised to reflect this new approach. At a minimum, this revision will result in a complete reorganization of the ISO 14001 standard. The existing requirements already have been re-ordered and significantly rewritten to fit within the new high-level structure. The revision is not stopping there, however. Other important changes are being made, including additional requirements for organizations to identify and meet the needs and expectations of external parties; recognition that pen and paper is being replaced with electronic data; and increased focus on achieving outcomes and evaluating environmental performance.This 90-minute webinar is designed to help you:
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Thea Dunmire, ENLAR Compliance Services Inc.
Thea Dunmire, president of ENLAR Compliance Services Inc. assists organizations with the implementation of integrated management systems, the development of internal audit programs and establishing effective organizational processes for complying with complex legal requirements. She has worked for a wide range of organizations in a variety of sectors – from health care and pharmaceutical to mining and energy. Thea is an environmental attorney, certified industrial hygienist, certified safety professional and a Registrar Accreditation Board for Quality Systems EMS lead auditor. In January 2012, she was listed in ISHN’s Power 101 as one of the leaders of the environmental, health, and safety world. Thea is an author, trainer, and professional speaker on topics related to developing strategies for management system implementation, instituting and assessing sustainability reporting, and understanding how to play a role in international standards development.