The Benefits of Certification Services for Sustainability | Sustainability Street

An introduction to what we mean by “certified” as opposed to “uncertified” management systems and standards We have previously discussed the value of ISO standards including ISO 14001, ISO 50001 and ISO 20121 on environmental, energy and event management respectively, all of which can be externally certified. Why having a certified management system creates a lot of added value and credibility with your stakeholders and shareholders.

We explore the difference between certification and accreditation. How does a certification body like SGS actually work to determine the processes required to certify your management system. The role of UKAS in the world of certification. What is the cost of certification services, and what are the typical timescales involved. What are the pros and cons of working with a certification body and how do I approach one? What are Integrated Management Systems and can these be certified? Softer benefits of certification including supporting culture change, accessing tenders and contracts and building your brand for sustainability management.

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