With effect from October 2017 the IEC FDIS 62930 is available as the new international certification basis. The norm is in final draft for international standard status (FDIS). The known EN 50618, in use since December 2014, will still be applicable, yet manufacturers with worldwide distribution may wish to switch to the new international norm.
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The world’s most-recognized and longest-lived brands are also global leaders in environmental performance. This is no coincidence. Increasingly high customer expectations for corporate responsibility and newly emerging legal and regulatory requirements are the driving factors in today’s business. As such, developing and implementing an Environmental Management System (EMS) in line with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 14001 standard can benefit a company’s financial health, brand value, and environmental performance.
Quality and environmental management systems standards have been in a period of transition since the fall of 2015. The deadline for all transitions is September 14, 2018 after which all ISO 9001:2008; ISO 14001:2004 and AS9100C certificates will become invalid and withdrawn.