What is ISO14001
ISO 14001 is the international environmental management system standard, published in 1996. It is designed to help organisations put in place the necessary structures to ensure that their operations comply with environmental legislation and that major environmental risks and liabilities are properly identified, minimised and managed. Find out more
Employers and self-employed people are legally required to assess the risks in their workplace. For companies employing five or more people, those assessments must be recorded.
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It follows the HSE guidance 'Five steps to Risk Assessment', available from the Health & Safety Executive (find link below). Our staff training packages refer to this, and give an overview of risk assessment.