Integrated Management System (IMS)
- All the management systems like quality, environment, and occupational health and safety are unified by the concept of risk. Using three separate management systems within one organization is clearly time-consuming, expensive, and inefficient. By integrating management systems, duplication can be minimized.
- The aim of an integrated system is to streamline processes even further and avoid duplication. However, just because a system is integrated does not mean less attention is paid to auditing individual systems. The system must conform to the requirements of the individual standards, in order to maintain a high level of credibility and effectiveness. The competence of internal auditors is the most important factor for ensuring the effective implementation of the Quality, Environmental Management Occupational health and safety System. Internal auditors for these management systems require an understanding of these standards, stakeholder requirements, statutory and regulatory requirements, the skill of auditing, and finally the application of these in the most complex situations
- Top & middle management QEHS professionals
- Professionals managing internal Quality, Environment, and Health and Safety audits within their organization like management representatives, consultants, system implementers, HODs
- Individuals conducting first and second-party auditing on behalf of their organization
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