A step by step process for crafting an effective, fully integrated, performance and responsibility based Integrated Management System (IMS).
Includes all of the requirements from the ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001 standards grouped by common intent, not just copied from the standards, to support the implementation of a workable and value-added management system.
What you get with this eBook:
- Over 280 pages on how to implement integrated management systems
- Deep insight into Management’s and Process Owners’ responsibilities
- Recommendations on auditing and performance monitoring
- Clarity on where clauses align with each section of the ebook
- Insightful anecdotes, usable graphics and practical exercises
- The eBook in Microsoft Word and Google Docs
- The Clause Reference table in Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets
- The Process Audit Toolkit in Microsoft Word and Google Docs
Elevated IMS provides an organizational and functional integration of Quality, Productivity, Safety and Environmental Responsibility based on three ISO standards. It is a summation of over 40 years observing, assessing, teaching and consulting to organizations of all sizes in various industries.
The reader is taken through the process of creating an efficient, effective, fully integrated, performance and responsibility based management system. All requirements of the standards have been incorporated into one logical, value-added management system.
All requirements are referenced throughout and grouped by common intent and processes to help maintain compliance and system performance.
Included is a Clause Reference worksheet that shows where in the book each clause of the three standards is covered.
In five phases this ebook describes what needs to happen and how it needs to happen, but more importantly why it needs to happen and the benefits your organization should gain through implementation.
Phase 1 – MANAGEMENT’S ROLE IN SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT
The first phase covers the critically important ground work. The first question answered in Phase one is “who is Top Management and what is their role in the success of the management system?” Phase one goes on to provide the rationale for why any organization’s management should support implementing these standards into their organization as one integrated system.
Phase 2 – PROCESS OWNER’S ROLE IN SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT
This phase is the detailed design criteria common to all processes of the system. This phase includes consultation with those who will ultimately make the system work in order to develop a common understanding of the objectives. It also includes development of performance criteria, performance monitored methods and performance expectations.
Phases 3-5 – SPECIFIC PROCESS OWNER EXPECTATIONS, IMPLEMENTATION AND MANAGEMENT CONTROLS
These phases provide the details that apply only to specific functions. This is the final phase of planning, followed by implementation and finally monitoring (Auditing / Assessing), measurement and management oversight.
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