ISO 14001 Gap Analysis For Manufacturer With Existing EMS and Sustainability Programs

Written By: Caltha LLP | Published On: 14th August 2014 | Category: Caltha LLP Project Summaries, EMS-ISO 14001, EMS-ISO14001, Product Stewardship, Sustainability | RSS Feed

Caltha LLP Project Summary

Project: ISO 14001 Gap Analysis

Client: International manufacturer
Location(s):
Minnesota, Wisconsin, Arkansas, England, China

Key Elements: ISO 14001 Gap Analysis, Review of existing environmental management system, ISO 14001:2015, Product stewardship, Sustainability programs

Overview: Caltha LLP was retained by this international manufacturer to conduct a technical review of its existing environmental management system to determine what modifications would be required to bring programs into conformance with the existing ISO 14001 requirements. The existing EMS was very strong on product responsibility and sustainability programs. At the same time, a review was made to determine if additional modifications would be required to meet the draft ISO 14001:2015 standard.

Caltha prepared a Gap Analysis Summary Report, which included:

  • Areas where existing EMS would need to be modified to meet the ISO 14001 standard,
  • Areas where existing EMS would need to be modified to apply to all operating units of the company, in US, Europe & Asia
  • Description of tasks that could be initiated by company staff to address gaps, and
  • Level of effort estimate to bring existing EMS into conformance with existing and proposed ISO 14001 standards.

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