ISO 14001:2015 Training
Transition to the new standard with our 2-day training course.
Transition to EMS ISO 14001: 2015 – Edmonton 2-Day Training Course
October 13 & 14, 2015 | 8:30 am to 4:30 pm (both days)
Courtyard Edmonton West | 10011 184 St NW
Fees: EP and EPt Members $695; Non-Members $850
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- EP and EPt members: $595
- Non-members: $750
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Be the first to upgrade your existing ISO 14001 Environmental Management System (EMS) in line with the new standard ISO 14001:2015 by attending this 2-day training course.
The ISO 14000 series of standards address various aspects of environmental management and ISO 14001 is one of the world’s most widely used environmental management system standards. ISO 14001 standard provides practical tools for organizations looking to identify and control their environmental impact and continually improve their environmental performance.
ISO 14001 standard has been technically revised and the new standard, ISO 14001: 2015 was released on September 15, 2015. This third edition of the Standard cancels and replaces the ISO 14001: 2004.
The Standard has undergone significant revisions and many new requirements have been incorporated to ensure demonstrated improvement in the environmental performance. The High Level Structure (Annex SL) of the Standard is one of the key highlights of the changes and helps the organizations to set up an effective environmental management system that is integrated and aligned with the business strategies of the organization.
This 2-day training course will give attendees the background to understand the new requirements and more importantly, it will focus on strategies and provide tools to implement the new Standard. Practical examples and interactive exercises will be used throughout the course.
- Identify key changes between ISO 14001:2004 and ISO 14001:2015 standards
- Understand the new requirements and learn how they affect your existing EMS
- Interpret the new requirements and develop a strategy to upgrade your existing ISO 14001 EMS
- Develop and implement an EMS based on ISO 14001:2015 requirements
- Develop the required knowledge and skills for conducting an ISO 14001:2015 audit
Prior knowledge of ISO 14001:2004 is not a prerequisite for this training course. However, if you have experience in implementing or auditing the old standard, we encourage you to discuss your questions and share your experience during the training course.
Who Should Attend?
The course is designed for environment personnel and provides an excellent opportunity for middle and senior level professionals seeking to implement ISO 14001 in their organizations such as but not limited to:
- Senior management
- Those responsible for transition of their organization’s EMS to meet the requirements of the new standard
- Those considering establishing and implementing environmental management system
- ISO 14001 auditors, consultants and other environmental professionals
- Operations personnel
- Trainers and internal auditors
About the Trainer
Dr. Yogendra Chaudhry, EP, CRSP – Vice-President, Professional Services, ECO Canada
Yogendra has over 20 years of experience delivering strategic advice, consulting and training in the fields of the environment, occupational health and safety, and corporate social responsibility. He has provided expertise for multi-national organizations in over 16 countries across Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America.
As Vice-president, Professional Services at ECO Canada, Yogendra oversees the development of professional services, education, and training programs to support Canada’s rapidly growing environmental workforce.
Yogendra has delivered over 300 training courses including ISO 14001 and has over 800 person days of auditing experience on various management system standards including ISO 14001, ISO 9001, OHSAS 18001, SA 8000 and various Codes of Conducts.
Yogendra is a Certified Environmental Professional (EP) and a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP). He holds a Ph.D. in Pollution Prevention and is involved as a Board member and volunteer, in a number of professional and industry associations.