ISO 14001 is an international standard that defines requirements for environmental management systems that can be applied to all industries and activities. By systematically identifying, evaluating, managing, and improving environmental aspects through environmental management systems, companies can effectively manage environmental risks. In 1992, at the Rio Earth Summit, environmental management emerged as a new business management paradigm as a practical methodology for achieving environmentally sound and sustainable development. This is a strong demand for the organization to introduce management strategies that encompass sustainability as well as economic profitability. The ISO 14000 series of international standards includes environmental management systems (ISO 14001), environmental audits (ISO 14010 Series), environmental labeling (ISO 14020 Series), environmental performance evaluation (ISO 14030 series) and life cycle assessment (ISO 14040), of which ISO 14001 is considered the most important. To be ISO 14001 certified means the organization operates based on the requirements of the ISO 14001 standard, adopts environmental management as a policy of corporate management, establishes specific goals and detailed targets, stipulates the organization and procedures to achieve them, efficiently allocates human and material resources to continuously improve the environment.