Environmental management systems are based on ISO 14000 reference standards, of which the most widespread is ISO 14001:2015.
The ISO 14001 standard establishes tools and systems focused on the production processes and services of any company or organization, and the effects they have on the environment. The objective of this standard is to provide companies with appropriate methodologies for the implementation of an environmental management system.
ISO 14000 is an environmental management standard that, once implemented, will affect all aspects of an organization’s management of its environmental responsibilities and will help organizations to systematically address environmental issues in order to improve environmental performance and opportunities for economic benefit.
Having a certified environmental management system means for the company a series of market and economic benefits, improvement of the company’s image and also of its regulatory situation, such as, for example:
– ISO 14001 standard establishes mechanisms for monitoring and measuring operations and activities that may have a significant impact on the environment.
– The environmental management system should provide a standardized work system aimed at achieving the planned environmental results. The management system should not be an additional workload. It should simply be part of the company’s regular work pattern.
– The organization must assign a member of the company to the position of environmental manager, whose responsibilities will be to implement and maintain the ISO 14001 standard.
All Benicàssim beaches are ISO 14001:2015 certified.