A matter of necessity
Since 2005, numerous new ISO standards have been published because customers and other stakeholders have demands that go far beyond the areas of quality, environment, energy, and occupational health and safety. Almost every topic such as information security, risk, climate, CSR, business continuity, compliance, assets, and water is relevant and requires evidence.
The problem: As requirements become more complex, parallel management systems become impractical, leading to redundant efforts and regulation inconsistencies.
Integrate now! Discover the benefits of an Integrated Management System in our whitepaper. Learn how to determine the level of integration using requirement mapping and standards categorization. Structure your IMS effectively and learn about the phases of the integration project. Through the major EHSQ management systems, we provide practical insights into implementation.