Meting environmental standards

Environmental Management System

The ISO 14001 is an internationally accepted standard describing how to implement an effective environmental management system. The standard is designed to help companies to be commercially successful including the responsibility for the environment. ISO 14001 will help you grow, reducing the impact of this growth on the environment at the same time. An ISO 14001 system provides the framework that allows you to meet growing customer expectations as to your social responsibility and helps you to meet the requirements arising from legislation and regulations.
ISO 14001 describes the key elements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and improving an environmental management system: the formulation of environmental policies, the documentation of environmental aspects and impacts, the preparation of environmental plans and programs and the implementation of an environmental management system focused on continuous improvement of environmental performance.

Savings in energy and other raw materials.
Accessibility of information on environmental issues.
Higher returns based on the selection of measurements that yield the most.
Assurance all obligations are met.
Improving your environmental image.
Reducing costs of waste management.
Provide a structure for continuous improvement of environmental performance.

TMG specializes in conducting practical risk analysis (FMECA), as a preparation for a modern Environmental Management System.