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The Gap Analysis Audit is the initial review of your organization’s existing Environmental Management System (EMS). It serves as a foundation for the implementation of a modern management system. During the Gap Analysis Audit, your organization’s environmental management system is measured against the requirements of ISO 14001.

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What does An ISO 14001 Gap Analysis do?

  • The areas of improvement in your existing environmental management system are revealed;
  • Your existing environmental management system are investigated against the principal requirements of ISO 14001; and
  • It places focus on the components of the environmental management system, and its effectiveness.


Performing the ISO 14001 Gap Analysis Audit – What to expect

You can expect the following from us:

  • A visit to your site in order to conduct interviews with senior staff and other employees, as well as to observe working conditions and practices to gain an understanding of your organization and associated potential risks;
  • Launch and examination into your existing environmental management system, i.e. objectives, policy, programmes and targets, training and competency, assessing risk and risk control, emergency procedures, operational control, auditing programmes, and performance measurement;
  • Identifying gaps, by means of comparing the environmental management system components to ISO 14001 requirements;
  • Examination of existing arrangements: organization, policies, procedures;
  • Examination of records, assessments, and other key documentation; and
  • Discussion on findings and agreeing on possible actions.

Benefits of performing an ISO 14001 Gap Analysis Audit

  • A dedicated consultant with a project plan uniquely designed for your organization;
  • A user-friendly, unbiased report concerning your environmental management system. The report usually contains a prioritized action plan together with recommendations on how to address any non-conformances;
  • A clear focus on areas of improvement within your environmental management system and how to achieve them in line with ISO 14001;
  • Being assured that the audit is carried out under the internationally recognized ISO 14001 procedures; and
  • Feedback presentation to senior management on findings and options.
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