Question: If you're implementing multiple quality standards, how
can you avoid duplicate efforts without sacrificing the effectiveness of each system?
Answer: Organizations that succeed will learn and use the mantra:
"Integration, Standardization and Linkages".
Question: If youre implementing multiple management standards,
what is the core of each standard? Why is management implementing it?
Answer: The core of each standard is the risk assessment and the
reduction of risk sought by top management.
Integration saves money! Not only does it reduce external audit costs by 25%, it
also increases internal efficiency and reduces implementation costs by 33%. If you
are performing risk analysis as the core of implementing Integrated Management Systems,
doesn't it make sense to use an integrated methodology that allows risk comparisons
between Quality, Environmental and Health and Safety Risks? Furthermore, the Risk
Analysis can be conducted once and then shared across the Enterprise for common
processes and products.
Omnex is pleased to present a one-hour webinar overview that discusses the integration
of ISO 9001:2008 or ISO/TS 16949:2009, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007 into
a single Integrated Management System using an integrated Enterprise Risk methodology,
hosted by Omnex founder and CTO, Chad Kymal. This integrated approach will allow
you to save both time and money by focusing on a single management system with an
integrated Enterprise Risk methodology. Futhermore, wouldn't it be nice to have
web-based software for both Integrated Documentation and Enterprise Risk Analysis
to make it easy?
- Many quality-oriented organizations adhere to multiple standards with overlapping
- Many organizations use multiple risk methodologies, often even in the same location
for different standards
Solution and Savings:
- Integration saves time and money by avoiding the confusion of multiple standards
and multiple Risk Methodologies, reducing costs for implementation by 33% and reducing
auditing costs by 25%
About the Presenter
Chad Kymal is the founder and CTO of Omnex Inc., a global, business management consulting
organization with hundreds of consultants and several offices worldwide. In
addition to founding Omnex, Chad owned an international registrar office and conducted
the first world-wide witness audit to QS-9000. He has published a number of books
through Paton Press including his latest, The ISO/TS 16949 Auditor Handbook: Process
Approach Auditing for the Automotive Industry. Chad's interests include working
with large corporations in designing effective Business Management Systems and getting
value from implementing effective business strategies. He has served on the Malcolm
Baldrige Board of Examiners and as an RABQSA-certified Lead Auditor. He has a Bachelor's
degree in Mechanical Engineering from General Motors Institute, a Master's degree
in Industrial and Operations Engineering from the University of Michigan, and an
MBA from the University of Michigan. Over Chad's successful career, he has received
numerous quality achievement awards, including the Quality Professional of the Year
award by the American Society of Quality Automotive Division in 2005.
Omnex provides training, consulting and software solutions to the international
market with offices in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Latin America, Germany, China (PRC),
India, the Middle East and Thailand. Omnex offers over 65 training courses in business,
quality, environmental, laboratory and health & safety management systems worldwide.