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DEFINITION: ISO 14000 is a series ofenvironmental management standards developed and published by the InternationalOrganization for Standardization (ISO) for organizations. The ISO 14000standards provide a guideline or framework for organizations that need tosystematize and improve their environmental management efforts. The ISO 14000standards are not designed to aid the enforcement of environmental laws and donot  … 
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ISO 14000 DEFINITION (continued): …  regulate the environmental activities of organizations. Adherence to these standards is voluntary.The ISO 14001 standard is themost important standard within the ISO 14000 series. ISO 14001 specifies therequirements of an environmental management system (EMS) for small to largeorganizations. An EMS is a systemic approach to handling environmental issueswithin an organization. The ISO 14001 standard is based on thePlan-Check-Do-Review-Improve cycle.The Plan cycle deals with thebeginning stages of an organization becoming ISO 14001-compliant. The Check cycle deals with checking and correcting errors. … 
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