Integrated Management System (IMS)
Number of companies who have benefited from our services for ISO & bizsafe
As a current trend – IMS forges ISO 9001, ISO 14001 & ISO 45001 with other International Standards to be made compatible – especially on the system management level. The first IMS in this part of the world was successfully certified as consulted by CCIS in 1997 for P.T. Sanyo Energy Corporate (Indonesia).
Other larger scale IMS projects include FRP Products Co – for a ‘5 in 1’ integrated management system in 1999, and Jurong Engineering Ltd – for another ‘4 in 1’ integrated management system in 2001.
IMS combines the interests of various standards – including ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 27000, HACCP, ISO 22000, TS 16949, AS 9100, TL 9000, ISO 13485, SCC, TR8, SMS, PLS, CSR, Finance and more (or a combination of any 2) into one Manual and one set of Procedures for an organization for ease of integrated management actions.
IMS is suitable for any organisation interested in having only ONE management system in place – to cover multiple International Standards – with one COMPANY, one SYSTEM, one MANAGEMENT and, multiple ISSUES REPRESENTATION & CERTIFICATES.
- Efficiency: An integrated management system can streamline your organisation’s processes and procedures, reducing duplication of effort and improving efficiency. You can use one set of procedures and documents to manage multiple management systems, which saves time and resources.
- Cost savings: By integrating management systems, you can eliminate redundancy and reduce the costs associated with maintaining multiple systems. You will also need fewer resources to manage the systems, which can result in cost savings.
- Improved communication: An integrated management system promotes better communication between different departments within an organisation, allowing for greater collaboration and information sharing. This can lead to a more cohesive and efficient organization.
- Enhanced risk management: Integrated management systems allow for a more comprehensive approach to risk management, as all relevant risks can be addressed in a coordinated manner. This can result in a more effective risk management strategy.
- Increased customer satisfaction: Integrated management systems can help ensure that customer needs and expectations are met across all management systems, resulting in increased customer satisfaction.
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