ISO 14001 certification in Malaysia states the requirement for an effective Environmental Management System. The standard helps organizations in plan and accomplishes environmental aspects, addresses risks and opportunities, meets legal responsibilities and builds trust within your stakeholders and clients. The requirements are planned to be related to any organization, regardless of its size, type and place. All elements of the ISO 14001 standard are compulsory.
It include 7 sections and they are as below
Roles, resources, responsibility and authority is really the structure by which the management system is operated resources refer to skills, people within the organization that will be employed in the operation of the management system finance is involved in the operation of a management system and also technology, equipment processes, new technology that may be employed as a resource to improve the Environmental Management System. Competence training and awareness is a very important section. This is where you really start to involve members of their staff in the upper rotation of your environmental management system. You need to define training needs, you need to exercise the training plan that you have developed and also on an ongoing basis make sure that the staff that you have employed in your organization is familiar, aware and competent to do their tasks, while minimizing their impact on the environment. Common weaknesses that you would see in development of a process for identifying the training. Creating requirements in the competency requirements of individuals in an organization would be that first of all, they do not identify. Organizations typically do not identify well.
To do that the standard requires that you carry out a training needs analysis for the bureau. You match it in terms of what training this individual has had in their past already, and then you identify the gaps. So once you have identified the gaps that should form the focus of a company’s training plan going forward.