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ISO 14001:2015

A smooth transition to the new version

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Tor Gunnar Tollefsen Tor Gunnar Tollefsen
Global Service Manager - Management Systems

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Transition to the revised version of ISO 14001 must be completed within September 15, 2018. We are here to assist you in all steps of your journey, from getting to know the changes to completing that transition audit and beyond.

The transition deadline is approaching fast, and if you have not yet started our suggestion is that you get moving soon. Ideally, you should bundle your transition with your next upcoming audit for the smoothest and most effective transition. The clock is ticking and we know that many companies have yet to start their transition.

We are here to support you during the transition, through:

  • Direct contact, e.g. with your lead auditor as part of scheduled audits
  • Open webinars and transition training
  • Classroom transition training courses, tailored to your needs
  • Gap analysis, either as a separate activity or combined with scheduled audit activity
  • A combination of training and gap analysis
  • A transition audit

Not sure where to start?

We have put together some easy-start documents with steps and guidelines and coupled them with other additional resources that will help you and your organization through the transition journey. Some will even help you improve and built more robustness into your management system later. Take a closer look and please get in touch with us if you have questions. We are here to help guide you to the transition audit and beyond. We recommend to start the transition process as soon as possible and take the following steps:

  1. Get to know the changes in requirements
  2. Ensure that relevant personnel in your organization are trained and understand the requirements and key changes
  3. Identify gaps which need to be addressed to meet the new requirements and establish an implementation plan
  4. Implement actions and update your management system to meet the new requirements
  5. Get certified to the revision standard