If you currently run specialized management systems, contact us to see how you can make money. In today’s competitive business environment, operations need to be streamlined to reduce overhead costs. Eliminating duplication and integrating systems are two key aspects of lean management. When your management systems are synchronized, you decrease duplication and increase efficiency. Integrated management management systems outperforms the specialized management systems that run simultaneously. If you currently run specialized management systems, contact us to see how you can make money.
What are integrated management systems?
An integrated management system (IMS) is a set of interrelated management systems that are designed to meet the needs of an organization. IMS can be used as a framework for managing risk, compliance, and performance throughout an entire enterprise. They provide a systematic approach to managing risk across all functions in the organization and should be viewed as part of the overall governance structure.
Advantages of Integrated management system
Advantages Of Integrated Management System
The total is greater than the sum of its parts in an integrated management system. Hence integrating your management systems successfully will provide considerable benefits to your company, including:
The integrated management system increases the flexibility of the standards.
The general structure of the new ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and ISO 45001 standards has been introduced replacing the OHS 18001. This will help to standardize the standards and enable effective management system integration in three key areas: quality, environmental management, occupational health, and safety. Here is a brief overview of the universally accepted and implemented integrated management system standards:
ISO 9001 – Certification in the ISO 9001 Integrated Quality Management System standard demonstrates that your company meets the robust quality management system requirements in the following areas: facilities, people, training, services, and equipment. Obtaining this Certification is regarded as the first step toward implementing a continuous improvement process throughout your organization.
ISO 14001 – ISO 14001 Certification is required for any organization that wishes to establish, implement, maintain, and improve an effective environmental management system. The extent to which ISO 14001 standards are applied is based on the organization’s specific environmental policies, the types of products and services it provides, as well as its location and operating conditions.
ISO 45001 – The new occupational health and safety standard ISO 45001 addresses the most critical aspects of occupational health and safety. This standard will serve as a framework for reducing risks in the workplace, improving health and safety of employees, and improving working conditions for employees globally.
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