ISO 14000 comprises a series of standards and documents. The major ones are as follows:
This is the main management systems specification document in the ISO 14000 series, describing the required elements that must be satisfied by an organization seeking registration or certification for its EMS.
Provides guidance for, and detail of special considerations for, small and medium sized enterprises wishing to implement ISO 14001.
This guidance document contains examples, descriptions and options that assist in both the implementation or enhancement of an EMS.
This gives comprehensive guidelines for a quality and/or environmental management systems audit. It replaces ISO 14011 and ISO 14012
Provides guidance on the goals and principles that should frame all environmental labeling programs and efforts.
Offers guidance on the terminology, symbols, testing and verification methodologies that an organization should use for self-declaration of environmental aspects.
Idtentifies the principles and protocols that third-party labeling, "seal" or "practitioner" programs should follow.
Offers guidance on the design and use of environmental performance evaluation, and on identification/selection of environmental performance indicators.
ISO 14040 - ISO 14043: Life Cycle Assessment
ISO 14050 - Terms and Definitions
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