Integrating Management Systems And Pas99 – Development, Implementation And Effective Operation

Category: Aci Code Requirements And Specifications For Concrete Design, Construction And Repair Training

Course Description

This interactive programme has been designed to enable delegates to learn more about the latest international development and best practice in implementing and operating a structured management systems approach to manage key operating areas of businesses e.g. quality management, environmental management, occupational safety & health.

The programme uses as its core the model offered in PAS99 – specification of common management systems requirements as a framework for integration as a structure for integration.  This model is fully consistent with the new ISO requirements and will enable delegates to prepare for the inevitable transition requirements in the near future.

Objectives

  • Identify the common components of management systems standards
  • State the benefits of an effective integrated management system
  • Understand the business benefits of the integrated approach
  • Develop a framework for integration in their own organisation
  • Future proof their own systems in readiness for changes to ISO standards

Course Outline

  • Introduction
  • What is a management system
  • The benefits of managing using the systems approach
  • The process approach
  • Plan Do Check Act approach
  • Integrated management system (IMS) model
  • New ISO framework for management systems
  • Quality management systems review (ISO 9001)
  • Environmental management systems review (ISO 9001)
  • Health and Safety management system review (OHSAS 18001)
  • Other management systems (BCM, IT, Food Safety) review
  • Common elements
  • Unique features of the individual disciplines
  • PAS99 approach to integrated management systems
  • Integrated management system (IMS) model
  • Outline of what revised ISO 9001,ISO14001etc.will look like
  • Identification of the context for your IMS
  • Who are the interested parties and what are their expectations
  • Leadership and commitment
  • Policy development
  • Risks and opportunities
  • Support
  • Operation
  • Monitoring and measuring
  • Internal audit
  • Management review
  • Continual improvement
  • Planning IMS implementation
  • Operating an IMS system
  • Auditing an IMS
  • Developing your plan