Integrated Management Systems
Concept of Integrated Management Systems
Industrial competition has become fierce due to the industrial revolution. One of the perspectives to maintain sustainability is to merge the management system to become more extensible, constructive, and contentious in the industry. Integrated Management Systems (IMS) is the integration of QMS (Quality Management System), EMS (Environment Management System), OH&S (Occupational Health and Safety), ISMS (Information Security Management System), Social Responsibility, and other regulations, standards, and requirements into a single management system.
An IMS includes integrated processes, integrated risk, and integrated audits. IMS fosters the approach that an organization should establish one integrated system that is best for the business and not separate processes, or documentation, to satisfy each management standard. IMS contains company-wide processes that conform to various management system standards like AS9100, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and ISO 45001 to support business goals.
Advantages of Integrated Management Systems
Lately, there has been a proliferation of management system standards and requirements in the global market. These management system standards are either customer or industry assigned. The increasing number of these standards costs money to implement and even more money to maintain individually. Integration and standardization reduce uncertainty and repetition in the workplace. The approximate cost is 50% less to establish and maintain an integrated system. Besides that, the registration cost goes down by as much as 33%.
An integrated management system enhances the Business Focus of the organization as it helps centralize the organization’s activity, improving and reinforcing connections between quality, employee health, and safety. IMS can make the procedures more analytical by merging the standard systems and distributed processes. Less friction between Individual Management Systems and more constructive resource management is possible. It also reduces replication and bureaucracy, which emerge due to work organizing and control.
What does Omnex offer?
At Omnex, integration means developing common organizational processes based on standardized workflows, conducting integrated risk analysis (using FMEAs and Control Plans for quality, environmental and health, information Security (Cybersecurity), and safety risks), and conducting integrated audits. We continue to pioneer ever more effective and efficient ways of defining, implementing, and auditing Integrated Management Systems.
Omnex has been implementing integrated Management Systems since the 1990s, beginning with the integration of ISO 9001, and ISO 14001 in the Americas. Since then, we have integrated ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and OHSAS 18001 (currently as OH&S 45001) for organizations around the world.
Omnex provides training for top management in the understanding and integration of multiple integrated Management Systems, as well as the world's only lead auditor course in Integrated Management Systems ( ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015, and ISO 45001:2018 ).
Omnex specializes in integrating AS 9100 with ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management Systems and ISO 45001:2018 Occupational Health and Safety. At Omnex, we consider Best-In-Class Management Systems implementation integrating QMS (Quality Management System), EMS (Environment Management System), OH&S (Occupational Health and Safety) with ISO 27001:2018, Information Security and Social Responsibility.
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