Integrated Management Systems

Integrated Management Systems

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Updated to the latest standard changes including ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015, and OHSAS 18001:2016 Includes guidance on integrating Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Organizations today are implementing stand-alone systems for their Quality Management Systems (ISO 9001, ISO/TS 16949, or AS 9100), Environmental Management System (ISO 14001), Occupational Health a Safety (ISO 18001), and Food Safety Management Systems (FSSC 22000). Stand-alone systems refer to the use of isolated document management structures resulting in the duplication of processes within one site for each of the management standardsa€”QMS, EMS, OHSAS, and FSMS. In other words, the stand-alone systems duplicate training processes, document control, and internal audit processes for each standard within the company. While the confusion and lack of efficiency resulting from this decision may not be readily apparent to the uninitiated, this book will show the reader that there is a tremendous loss of value associated with stand-alone management systems within an organization. This book expands the understanding of an integrated management system (IMS) globally. It not only saves money, but more importantly it contributes to the maintenance and efficiency of business processes and conformance standards such as ISO 9001, AS9100, ISO/TS 16949, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, FSSC 22000, or other GFSI Standards.Manufacturing process control design Figure 6.11 Steps for effective problem solving Figure 7.1 Integrated implementation plan for quality and food safety Figure 7.2 Level I manual table of contents Figure 7.3 Integrated process map Table 7.1anbsp;...

Title:Integrated Management Systems
Author:Chad Kymal, Gregory Gruska, R. Dan Reid
Publisher:ASQ Quality Press - 2015-05-13


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