It is general and appropriate for all types of organisations. Therefore, businesses from both the public and private sectors, including non-governmental organisations can benefit from the ISO 9001 quality management system model; despite being small, medium or large companies. The instant benefit that can be realised from the implementation of ISO 9001 is the combined alignment of the activities of internal processes that are focused towards the improvement of customer satisfaction which will result in many other reimbursements, whether internal or external. The magnitude of these benefits is determined by how effective the processes are in achieving these targets.
We encourage increased external focus on quality management as part of our risk-based approach
The intent of this standard is to develop a systematic management approach to the environmental concerns of the organization.
This involves setting up an environmental policy, addressing the environmental concerns (Aspects and Impacts) and defining what will be done to control them (Objectives and Targets). Then, through establishing organisational structure, personnel responsibilities, competency and training, control and procedural documents, operational controls and emergency preparedness to accomplish the Objectives and Targets set above.
We work on an increasingly strategic approach to environmental management
The ISO 45001 standard is based on the Plan-Do-Check-Act methodology, with an emphasis on continual improvement. The following steps form the basic structure of the management system and link into the structure of OHSAS 45001.
We put our employees’ safety and well-being at the top of our organisation’s agenda with the implementation of ISO 45001