Management System

ISO 9001 (Quality Management System)

Every organization would like to improve the way it operates, whether that means increasing market share, driving down costs, managing risk more effectively or improving customer satisfaction. A Quality Management System gives you the framework you need to monitor and improve performance in any area you choose.

ISO 9001 is by far the world’s most established quality framework and sets the standard not only for Quality Management Systems, but Management Systems in general.It helps all kinds of organizations to succeed through improved customer satisfaction, staff motivation and continual improvement.

ISO 9001 can help bring out the best in your organization by enabling you to understand your processes for delivering your products/services to your customers.

 

ISO 14001 (Environmental Management System)

The overall aim

Organizations can no longer ignore their responsibility for managing the impact of their activities, products and services on the environment. Increasingly stringent legislation, customer pressure and a general growth of concern about environmental matters, produce an overwhelming case for environmental performance improvement.

 

ISO 26000 (Social Responsibility/Sustainability)

ISO 26000 is a Social Responsibility Guidance standard released in 2010. Social Responsibility is a gauge of how the organization operates in relationship to the environment and society. The objective of social responsibility is sustainability. Often times, we hear the term triple bottom- line that describes an organizations true impact going beyond just profits. Triple bottom-line refers to people, planet and profit People refers to human capital and planet refers to the environment. Social Responsibility allows an organization to understand the risk it poses both environmentally and with people.

ISO 27001 (Information Security Management System)

ISO 27001 aims to ensure that adequate controls addressing confidentiality, integrity and availability of information are in place tosafeguard the information of interested parties. These include customers, employees, trading partners and the needs of society in general.

Unprotected systems are vulnerable to all kinds of threats, such as computer-assisted fraud, sabotage and viruses. These threats can be internal or external, and both accidental or malicious. Breaches in information security can allow vital information to be accessed, stolen, corrupted or lost. How confident controls and procedures in place to avoid such incidents?

An information security management system compliant to ISO 27001 can help you demonstrate to trading partners and customers alike that you take information security seriously.

 

OHSAS 18001 (Occupational Health & Safety Assessment Specification)

The OHSAS 18001 standard was developed to bridge the gap where no international standard existed for occupational health and safety. Development involved input from a number of leading bodies, including certifiers, trade bodies and expert consultancies.

Despite not being an ISO standard, OHSAS 18001 has been designed to be compatible with the ISO 9001 (Quality) and ISO 14001 (Environmental) standards, thus helping organizations to achieve an integrated management strategy.

Every employer is under a statutory duty to arrange for a “competent person” to assess all risks arising at the workplace, or created by work activities.

 

CMMI® (Capability Maturity Model® Integration)

CMMI®

(Capability Maturity Model® Integration) models are collections of best practices that help organizations to improve their processes. These models are developed by product teams with members from industry, government, and the Software Engineering Institute (SEI).

The CMMI-DEV, V1.3 model is a collection of development best practices from government and industry that is generated from the CMMI V1.3 Architecture and Framework.  CMMI-DEV is based on the CMMI Model Foundation or CMF (i.e., model components common to all CMMI models and constellations ) and incorporates work by development organizations to adapt CMMI for use in the development of products and services.

 

 

The CMMI-DEV, V1.3 model is a collection of development best practices from government and industry that is generated from the CMMI V1.3 Architecture and Framework.

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