Integrated management system

Integrated management system

Integrated Management System - a set of management systems
The modern international integrated management system (IMS) - an association of several systems of enterprise management in order to eliminate the contradictions on the one hand and overlapping the other.

To meet legal and market requirements, the company is now actively deploying multiple management systems based on international standards: ISO 9001: 2000, ISO 14001: 2004, OHSAS 18001: 2007 which received the name of the integrated management system (IMS).

International experience shows that only those companies that have managed to implement effective integrated management system, achieve sustained success on the world market organization methodological basis for the creation of integrated systems is the ISO 9001 standard, the underlying principles of ISO 9000 total quality management, the coincidence structures and the composition of objects of ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.

Expected benefits accruing to the company the introduction of an integrated management system

  • Implementation, documentation, development of a system easier than multiple parallel systems;
  • Joint audit systems reduces the cost of its implementation and reduces the number of audits;
  • Elimination of low efficiency of the planning;
  • Reduction of greater complexity, as well as high demand for resources;
  • Creation of a single harmonized management structure;
  • Reduced development costs;
  • Increase mobility and improve adaptation to that change.