Environmental Management System

Company GOHR ltd. has decided after long and active time in the field of environmental policy to achieve the worldwide recognized certification STN EN ISO 14001:2016 and the company succeeded to do so on 02.05.2018.

ISO 14001 is an international standard, which defines the principles of the Environmental management system(EMS) – that means the system, according to which the company controls the impact on the environment. The mission of the ISO 14001 standard, which was accepted by International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in the year 1996, is to integrate EMS into key fields of company´s management.

Implementation of the Environmental management system according to ISO 14001

Since the company GOHR ltd. has decided to receive the certificate with accordance(reconciliation) with the ISO 14001 standard, the company also has decided to create, document, apply and sustain the Environmental management system and constantly improve its efficiency. The core of successful application of the Environmental management system is to identify so-called ecological aspects, by which are meant the products or services, which under certain circumstances may have a negative impact on the environment. As the engineering is ecologically very influential part of the industry, it is needed to apply this world widely accepted standard in full consent, which has been confirmed by the GOHR ltd. by signing the document.

International validity

The ISO standards are international standards, which are widely accepted and transformed by each country into their own national standards. This is also valid for ISO 14001 standard, which we know in Slovak legislative as STN EN ISO 14001 and has the identical content and requirements. This confirms the validity of the standard in Slovakia as well as in the rest of the world.

Certificate STN EN ISO 14001:2016

This certificate has been achieved via integrated audit with the certificate STN OHSAS 18001