Environmental management: update on environmental management systems standards
In this webinar, IEMA Chief Policy Advisor Martin Baxter, hosts the second webinar in the 2020 environmental management webinar series. This webinar will focus on environmental management systems standards and the opportunities they provide in using an EMS to address environmental issues relevant to their organisation.
Following on from Environmental Management 101, the introductory webinar session on Environmental Management, IEMA Chief Policy Advisor Martin Baxter hosts this second webinar in the 2020 environmental management webinar series. This webinar focused on environmental management systems standards.
During this session attendees gain:
- Key information on the opportunities provided by EMS to address environmental issues as relevant to their organisation;
- The latest updates on the requirements and structure of ISO 14001;
- Updates on other key environmental management standards for organisations that use other standards or approaches.
- This webinar counts for 1 hour of CPD, so don't forget to add it to your IEMA CPD Portal. This can be accessed through your member account on iema.net.
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