Environmental management standards are good for our community and for the world in which we live.
Businesses are increasingly realizing that the health of their work environment and the environment footprint of their operations are strategic business tools.
At Vibraclean, we work with your ISO 14000 Standard and will meet your company’s environmental management and compliance needs.
What is the ISO 14000?
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has representation from committees all over the world, and they work together to devise a series of norms that apply to any business, regardless of size, location, or income.
The aim of the ISO 14000 standard for environmental management systems is to reduce the environmental footprint of a business and to decrease the pollution and waste a business produces. It offers a source of guidance for introducing and adopting environmental management systems based on the best universal practices.
How is the ISO 14000 put into practice?
The ISO 14000 objectives are achieved by promoting the most effective and efficient environmental management systems available. Useful and usable tools are provided that are cost-effective, system-based, and flexible.
By keeping abreast of the ISO 14000 guidelines, Vibraclean reflects the best organizational practices for gathering, interpreting and communicating environmentally relevant information. The end result is the improvement of environmental performance, a marketing tool for your business.
VIBRAGREEN and the ISO 14000 The ISO 14000 environmental management standards exist to help organizations minimize how their operations negatively affect the environment. Green cleaning is one of the most efficient and economical ways to make facilities healthier and safer for employees while also reducing the resultant environmental footprint. Vibragreen, available only through Vibraclean, is the ideal customizable solution for compliance with environmental standards.
How do green cleaning practices and ISO compliance attract business?
Building owners are in constant competition for the acquisition and retention of both tenants and clients. Compliance with ISO standards, while using green practices and products, gives your building a valuable marketing edge over others. As the “green building” trend grows, facility managers that adopt ISO standards demonstrate a forward-thinking attitude that occupants and investors find attractive.
Not to mention that lower operating expenses are always a good profit boost!