The International Organization for Standardization issued a new standard, ISO 14007, that can used by organizations to determine the environmental costs and benefits of their business activities and supply chains.
As RINA informed, the new ISO/IEC 20001-1: 2018 will replace its previous edition, which will stop being valid on September 30 2021. The transition period for the new IMO has started on September 30 2018. The standard aims to ensure guarantee service management integrated and aligned with different corporate strategies.
Palau International Ship Registry became the first ship registry to have implemented and be certified for ISO 3700: 2016. The aim of the standard is to limit political corruption and corporate crime in developing countries and to encourage sanctions against bribery.
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