Stakeholders, Interested Parties, Interest Groups; are now part of the new terminology that defines the social ecosystem of organizations. Stakeholders integrate, complete and involve companies, influencing their behaviour and results of their activities, being in turn influenced or affected by them (P.CH. 2015)
Hence its key importance in the most responsible and consolidated companies that know and pursue sustainability and transparency scenarios for their economic, social and environmental accountability.
And that is why, in the latest versions of the ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 45001:2018 standards, the international technical committees have incorporated them as requirements in their clauses for Quality, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems.
The change introduced has come to stay, being very recommendable that the more than 36,000 companies certified ISO 9001 and the more than 13,000 certified ISO 14001 in Spain, implement their Projects of Analysis, Interaction and Commitment with their Stakeholders.