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Title: ISO14001認証辞退に関する自治体アンケート調査
Other Titles: Questionnaire survey to local governments on discontinuation of ISO 14001 registration
Authors: 丸谷, 一耕 / 鳥井, 俊輔 / 美濃, 英雄 / 中村, 修
Authors (alternative): Marutani, Ikkou / Torii, Shunsuke / Mino, Hideo / Nakamura, Osamu
Issue Date: Oct-2011
Publisher: 長崎大学 環境科学部 / Faculty of Environmental Studies, Nagasaki University
Citation: 長崎大学総合環境研究, 14(1), pp.17-21; 2011
Abstract: ISO 14001 was issued in 1996 and local governments, schools and other various institutions as well as enterprises have attained international standards of certifications of ISO 14001. However, in Japan, local governments have increasingly discontinued ISO 14001 registration. In this study, we surveyed all local governments that have discontinued ISO 14001 registration. The results of the survey revealed the following reasons for discontinuing ISO 14001 registration: (1) Cost of assessment is high, (2) ISO 14001 registration requires more time and trouble than other Environment Management Systems (EMS), and (3) There is no benefit from the assessment of ISO 14001. After discontinuing ISO 14001 registration, the local governments are either: (1) using ISO14001 on their own self declaration, (2) using another EMS, or (3) using their own EMS.
Keywords: ISO14001 / Environment Management System / EMS / government / own management system
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/26768
ISSN: 13446258
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 14, No. 1

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/26768

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