The publication of the Draft International Standard (DIS) of ISO 9001 signifies the first time all current and future users can access and review the proposed changes. Here, LRQA Technical Director David Lawson explores what the publication of the DIS means and importantly, what organisations should do next.
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ISO has now officially published the Draft International Standard (DIS) for ISO 14001, signalling the next stage of the revision process for the world’s most widely adopted international environment management system (EMS) standard.
As ISO 14001 has now been made available as a Draft International Standard (DIS), ISO has announced that ‘now is the time for you to submit your views and suggestions and have your say’.
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Following the publication of ISO/DIS 14001:2014, Steve Williams, LRQA’s System and Governance Manager, and a member of the ISO Technical Committee responsible for the revision to ISO 14001, gave his views on what this means for users worldwide of the international Environmental Management System Standard.
The publication of ISO/DIS 14001:2014 - the Draft International Standard (DIS) for international environmental management system (EMS) standard ISO 14001 - signifies the first time all current and future users can access and review the proposed changes to the standard.
As predicted by LRQA last week, ISO has just announced that the first Committee Draft (CD) of ISO 45001 - the new occupational health and safety standard - has been published.
The DIS contains both new elements and existing elements that are changing and ‘ISO/DIS 14001:2014 Draft International Standard Analysis - An LRQA Perspective’, authored by Steve Williams LRQA System & Governance Manager, aims to provide Interested Parties with insight into the potential impact of the changes on organisations.