UNI EN ISO 14001, 29 THOUSAND COMPANIES ALREADY COMPLIANT WITH THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, ASCERTAINED BY QUALIFIED AUDITORS.
UNI EN ISO 14001, 29 thousand companies already compliant with the Environmental Management System, ascertained by qualified Auditors.
To navigate a global and complex market such as the contemporary one, the search for reliable professionals on the part of consumers and businesses is an increasingly widespread need which requires a growing degree of awareness.
It is increasingly a value to be recognized as an organization that has a green heart and that cares about the impact of its activities on environmental aspects, aiming to achieve a form of balance between the environment, society and the economy.
The UNI EN ISO 14001 certification certifies that the certified subject, whether it is a company or an organization of any size, has an Environmental Management System compliant with the standard, i.e. respectful of the environment and that it has implemented procedures that do not damage it.
In Italy there are 29 thousand companies already compliant with this Environmental Management System (Accredia 2021 data).
A constantly growing number that demonstrates attention to environmental issues and awareness that they no longer represent a marginal aspect of an organization’s operations.
Auditors and Lead Auditors qualified for the 14001 standard are, therefore, valuable figures that are increasingly in demand and play an active role in the green value chain. Even more, the auditor who decides to offer his expertise to the market by certifying it with a third party and accredited body such as Ricec International, makes an important choice to increase confidence in the professionalism he makes available to companies.
Taking care of the planet and preventing negative impacts on the environment are important objectives, necessary to increase your business by reaching new contacts in an increasingly green-oriented market.
The certification of skills is able to contribute to the socially shared goal of spending quickly and well the resources made available by Europe according to the principles of the NGEU (Next Generation EU). The central pillar of Next Generation EU is, in fact, the RRF device which, among the various objectives, aims to support interventions that contribute to implementing the Paris Agreement and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, in line with the Green European deal.
The role of certified professionals becomes central to help evaluate and identify the subjects and projects to be financed, according to the criteria of the European Taxonomy and the Do Not Significant Harm (DNSH), which provides that the planned interventions by the national PNRR do not cause any significant damage to the environment: this principle is fundamental for accessing RRF funding.
Ricec, the value of skills!