What is an Integrated Management System?
An Integrated Management System is a management system that has been built to comply with one or more International Standards or sets of requirements (i.e. ISO, Regulatory, Customer, Industry etc.).
PAS99:2012 defines an Integrated Management System as a "management system that integrates multiple aspects of an organization's systems and processes to one complete framework, enabling an organization to meet the requirements of more than one management system standard."
Regardless of how you define it, an Integrated Management System typically will address requirements for Quality Management, Occupational Health & Safety Management and/or Environmental Management through one system that is centrally designed and managed.
Traditionally, organizations have created each of their management systems independently and have managed and administrated them through separate disciplines. This included each discipline's own team of Internal Auditors. With increasing regularity, organizations are recognizing the benefits in integrating their management systems including their resources such as Internal Auditors.
The ISO Edge's Integrated Management System Internal Auditor training focuses on teaching auditors how to audit either an existing integrated management system or to take an integrated approach to auditing multiple management systems within their organization, utilizing a process and risk based approach.
Who Should Attend this Training?
1. New Internal Auditors
2. Existing Internal Auditors
3. Management Representatives
4. Anybody looking to learn about Intergrated Management Systems
The Integrated Management System
Quality Management Basics
Environmental Management Basics
Occupational Health & Safety Management Basics
Audit Performance – The Basics
Audit Performance – Audit Evidence
Audit Performance - Interviewing
Audit Review – Audit Findings
Audit Review – Audit Reports