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Management Systems
 
Management Systems define policies, processes and procedures that provide a formal framework of documentation that describes the way an organization conducts its core business.

The implementation of each procedure generates objective/evidence by which to measure the effectiveness and performance of an organization and its management.
 
1.PolicyWhere senior management identifies;
 current goals
 future goals
 processes
 responsibilities such as:
 who is responsible for understanding objectives
 who has authority for executing a process
 how are processes resourced and controlled
2.ProceduresMakes up the largest part of a management system and receives the most focus.  A well defined procedure identifies critical inputs, resources & controls necessary to fulfill its objective or output.
3.DataThese are records used to show how well the system is fulfilling requirements & objectives.
 
Why Concern my Company with Management Systems?
 
Customers want their requirements to be met at the most competitive cost at the best value.
  • More customers today pre-select only well organized companies that conform to the world renowned system standards such as ISO-9001.
  • ISO-14001 is used to prevent pollution and reduce the costs of meeting environmental obligations.
  • ISO-18001 is used to prevent accidents/injuries and satisfy the requirements of Worker's Compensation Audits such as Workwell and inspections expectations from the Ministry of Labour.  It also demonstrates due diligence in a court of law.
The benefits of having a documented management system
 
Drive continuous improvement
  • Improve your processes
  • Improve quality, productivity and delivery 
  • Minimize pollution and reduce waste
  • Reduce accident and injuries
  • Decrease cost
  • Increase market share
Types of Management Systems
 
1.QualityISO-9000QS-9000 - TS 16949
2.EnvironmentalISO 14001:2004
3.SafetyISO 18001