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ISO 14001 The Difference between Procedure and Induction Documents

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ISO 14001 The Difference between Procedure and Induction Documents

What is the difference between procedure and induction documents? Also, is the induction document a requirement of ISO 14001:2015 documents or not?

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Carlos Pereira da Cruz Sep 16, 2020

An induction document is a document related with the welcome or preparation of someone into a new job. A procedure is a document that explain how a task or set of tasks are done. A procedure can be used by anyone at any time, whenever there is a doubt. I use to say that a procedure, even for those with a lot of experience is like a map in the glove compartment of a car, or in a smartphone. Normally, we do not need to use it, but sometimes it is very useful.

Please check this article - List of mandatory documents required by ISO 14001:2015 - https://advisera.com/14001academy/blog/2019/08/27/key-iso-14001-benefits-to-customers/nowledgebase/list-of-mandatory-documents-required-by-iso-140012015/ - where you can see that there is no mandatory requirement for induction documents in ISO 14001:2015.

Please check this information below about ISO 14001:2015:

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