Integrated Management Systems
Controlling risk is at the core of a sustainable management system - whether those risks relate to the quality of your service, the risks to the environment, safety of your employees, data security and so on.
- An integrated management system can help you to unite employees behind a common purpose
- Integrating your management systems to control risk allows assessments to be performed with an integrated approach
- Integrated audits can result in lower certification costs, fewer interruptions to your business and reduced documentation
Integrated management system: An integrated management system is a management system that brings all of your systems and processes together into one framework. The goal is to create one co-ordinated system that’s greater than the sum of its parts.
INTEGRATING ISO 9001:2008 & ISO 14001:2004
Linking or integrating your ISO 14001:2004 environmental management system with your ISO 9001:2008 quality management system will provide you with several advantages, including potential cost savings and improved efficiency. Download a fact sheet about the similarities of the two systems.
ADDING HEALTH & SAFETY
Occupational Health & Safety AS/NZS 4801 can be integrated with ISO 9001 and 14001 for further time and money efficiencies.
EFFECTIVE AUDITING OF INTEGRATED SYSTEMS
When planning your audits, we carefully match the skills of our auditors to your business. A carefully chosen team will ensure that each management system discipline is covered thoroughly, without the need to cross over into common system requirements.
The benefits of this approach include:
- Reduced disruption to your business
- Cost-effective audit planning
- Combined audit reporting
- Recognition of all of your achievements