ISO 14000


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ISO 14000

Set of generic standards developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) to give business a method by which to measure environmental impacts.
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Kuwait was the first among the Middle East countries to develop the Kids' ISO 14000 program in 2007, and the first Arabic Version of the Workbook of Introductory Level of this program was published by the collaboration between International Art and Technology Cooperation Organization (ArTech) and Kuwait's Ministry of Education in the same year," the diplomat said.
Since first released in 1998, the ISO 14000 standards have achieved a worldwide impact in providing comprehensive solutions to the range of environmental challenges facing business, government and society.
The ISO 14000 environmental management standards exist to help organizations minimize how their operations negatively affect the environment.
In New Hampshire, ISO 14000 is still primarily practiced in the realm of large manufacturing companies, but the standards can be applied to any type or size of business, said Robert Minicucci of the state Department of Environmental Services.
The only internationally recognized standard for environmental management, ISO 14000 certification stands as a strong illustration of a company's determination to uphold constant implementations of high environmental standards.
ISO 14000 is concerned with environmental management and the way an organization goes about minimizing its harmful effects on the environment.
The show covers topics that are absolutely relevant to a farm audience, like the first farmer ever registered for ISO 14000 who happened to be based in Australia.
Pentagon officials decided that the ISO 14000 provided the tools to achieve those goals.
The filter needs replacing no more than twice a year, and the equipment fulfills ISO 9001 quality requirements and ISO 14000 environmental class requirements.
Q-Pulse enables quality specialists to manage the huge, amount of documentation required by companies to achieve and maintain ISO 9000, 180 9001: 2000, ISO 14000 and QS 9000 certification.