Environment Management System according to the ISO 14001:2004 norm Print
The ISO 14001:2004 NORM is an international standard that provides the necessary guidelines for the development, implementation and maintenance of the environment management system. 
The goal of any well established environment management system according to ISO 14001:2004 norm is monitoring and constantly reducing of the negative impact of processes and activities of organizations or institutions on the environment and natural resources. 

By applying the ISO 14001 international standards for environment management system the systematic identification, management and continuous control of the environmental impacts is ensured, and the coordination with the applicable national legislation and international conventions and protocols is required. The ISO 14001 norm encourages organizations and institutions, which have implemented the environment management system, to improve continuously its attitude towards the environment through compliance with regulations, by preventing the pollution and by continuous improvement of the relation toward the environment through renewable energy resources and sustainable development.

Business in accordance with the requirements of ISO 14000 (family) standards and building of the environment management system provide organizations and institutions better managing of the environmental problems, compliance with the legislation, easier obtaining of the necessary licenses and authorizations, and easier control of the environmental impacts.
Certification in accordance with ISO 14001:2004 norm provides the clear evidence of the actual reliability of applied environment management system, better marketing promotion, as well as respect and recognition of your organization or institution as environmentally conscious and responsible.