Every organization, no matter how big or small can be broken down into multiple parts or processes that it uses to carry out every aspect of its operation. So when it comes to making improvements to its operations an organisation usually starts with identifying which processes need to be changed or improved in order to get the most bang for their buck.
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The ISO 9001 Quality Management System (QMS) was first published by the International Organization for Standardization or ISO back in 1987. Since then it has been through a number of revisions that keep it up to date and relevant to business. ISO 9001:2015 is the most recent revision of this, the world’s most popular of quality management standard.
ISO 14001:2015 is the most important of the standards that make up the ISO 14000 family. It provides an excellent framework that can be used by organisations of any size or structure, and outlines the components needed for an environmental management system or EMS.
ISO 27001 is an international standard dealing with information security management. It can be used in any business, large or small and is not sector specific.
ISO 22301 is a societal security and business continuity management system that establishes requirements and processes that every business should have in place to ensure that it is ready in the event of a disaster. Additionally, there are also a number of other standards within the ISO 22300 family that are available to support the business.
With the growing impact of climate change, and increasing economic pressures on organisations of all shapes and sizes, more and more companies are looking at ways to reduce their environmental impact but also to cut down on expenses and the cost of doing business.
Every year millions of people worldwide die from work-related accidents, injuries and diseases. This is an extremely startling statistic and should be quite alarming to any business or organisation that takes their responsibilities in this important area seriously.
The ISO 31000 risk management system is a framework designed to help organisations build a systematic approach to the management of its risk. Developed by the International Organization for Standardization or ISO and first published in 2009.