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Introduced in September 1996, ISO 14001 is an international standard on environmental management systems, and has widespread implications for businesses of all sizes around the world. This book records the thoughts and experiences of leading thinkers and practitioners in the field, on ISO 14001 - its advantages and disadvantages.
ISO 14001 and Beyond provides a unique overview of progress to date and gives the reader an informed look into the future - John Elkington, Chairman, SustainAbility. 'ISO 14001 and Beyond is an essential book for the forward-looking (and thinking) in the late 1990s and beyond' Oswald A. Dodds, Chairman, ISO/TC207/SC1 (EMS), Chairman, BSI Committee Responsible for BS7750. 'This is a timely and interesting work both for environmental management professionals and for all those interested in the business and environment debate' Jonathon Porritt, Forum for the Future. 'ISO 14001 and Beyond... reminds us that any standard is a benchmark for excellence and a catalyst for improvement and success. The case histories and the strategic reviews alone are a source of inspiration and competitive advantage' Claude Fussler, Vice President, Environmental, Health & Safety, DOW Europe. 'This lively and wide-ranging book provides the clearest account yet of the difference between a public commitment to a standard...and a proven commitment to actual environmental improvement. This book is timely indeed. Recommended' Martin Wright, Tomorrow"
Section 1: Laying down the law - how self-regulation came of age: beyond 14001 - an introduction to the ISO 14000series - Dick Hortensius, Mark Barthel; neither international nor standard - the limits of ISO 14001 as an instrument of global corporate environmental management - Harris Gleckman, Riva Krut; the ISO 14001 environmental management systems standard - one American's view - Christopher Bell; squaring the circle - fundamental barriers to effective environmental product labelling - Mark Smith; trade, competitiveness and the environment - Donald O'Laoire; environmental management standards and certification - do they add value? - Tim Sunderland; Section 2 Coping strategies -important trends in corporate EMS development: environmental management systems - challenges for Russian manufacturing industry - Jim Hutchison, Ann Smith; attitudes and experiences of the Japanese business community vis-a-vis EMS standards - Tomoko Kurasaka; environmental management systems - ISO 14001 issues for developing countries, Aidan Davy; training and environmental management systems - Andy Wells; environmental management standards - who cares? - Andrew Blaza, Nicky Chambers; targeting sustainability - the positive application of ISO 14001, Philip Sutton; from EMAS so SMASH - charting the course from environmental management to sustainability - Andrea Spence-Cooke. Section 3 Tactical responses - managers at the greenface: beyond ISO 14001 - Ontario hydro's environmental management system - Phil Stoesser; EMAS implementation at Hipp in Germany - Matthias Gelber et al; training - preparations for maintaining effective environmental management systems - Gabrielle Crognale; eco-management and audit scheme for UK local authorities (LA-EMAS) - three years on - Nigel Riglar; environmental management standards - what do SMEs think? Ruth Hillary; towards innovative, more eco-efficient product design strategies - Jacqueline Cramer; establishing workable environmental objectives - Alison Bird; environmental risk - assessment, management and prevention of loss - David Shillito.
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