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SGS Launches the First IRCA Approved CPD ISO/DIS 9001 and ISO/DIS 14001 Introductory Courses


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2014-08-22 07:33:13 - SGS is the first professional learning and development organization to offer ISO 14001:2015 (DIS) and ISO 9001:2015 (DIS) introductory training as one-day IRCA Approved CPD courses, and the only organization to obtain this status for both.

Hot on the heels of the publication of ISO/DIS 14001 in July, SGS is proud to be the first professional learning and development organization to offer ISO 14001:2015 (DIS) and ISO 9001:2015 (DIS) introductory training as one-day IRCA Approved CPD courses, and the only organization to obtain this status for both.

SGS’s ‘Introduction to ISO 14001:2015 (DIS) CPD’ course is suitable for any organization that holds a valid ISO 14001 Environmental Management System certificate, is interested in becoming certified in future, or is keen on learning about the updates related to the evolution of the planned revision.

SGS is the first professional learning and development organization to offer the one-day course as IRCA Approved CPD and the only organization that has

obtained this status for both ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 DIS CPD introductory courses.

Approval from IRCA, the world’s foremost auditor registration body, is a strong endorsement of the quality of SGS’s training courses. IRCA is a quality standard recognised and respected by some 10,000 IRCA registered auditors and professionals from across a diverse range of sectors.

About ISO 14001:2015 (DIS)
The scope of the revision by the ISO 14001:2015 subcommittee (ISO/TC 207/SC 1) responsible for the review consists of:
• Incorporation of Annex SL framework; ISO/DIS 14001 adopts the clause structure specified in Annex SL which is now the required framework for all new and revised ISO Management System Standards (MSS)
• Consideration of ISO report “Future Challenges for EMS” and ISO 14001 Continual Improvement Survey
• Maintenance and improvement of current ISO 14001 principles and requirements

ISO has identified the following emerging changes as a result of the revision:
1. Strategic Environmental Management
2. Leadership
3. Protecting the environment
4. Environmental performance
5. Lifecycle thinking
6. Communication
7. Documentation

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Contact Information:
SGS

SGS
1 Place des Alpes
1211 Geneva, Switzerland

Contact Person:
Amanda Mangan

Phone: +44 (0) 7780 481332
email: email

Web: www.sgs.com



Author:
Mary Rose Castor
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