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How to Do Effective Integrated Management System Audits (IMS) (ISO 9001, ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001)-2 day
One way in which companies can make significant savings in time, effort and cost is by integrating their management systems for quality, environment and, if required, health and safety into one. ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and to a certain extent OHSAS 18001 were drafted with this in mind. Guidance document PAS 99 identifies the controls which can be integrated and those which are special to each discipline.
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Many companies have realised the benefits of integrating their systems for managing Quality, Occupational Health and Safety and Environment.
This is known as Integrated Management Systems (IMS). This course comprehensively covers IMS auditing and adopts a process focussed
The course is run against ISO 9001 (Quality), ISO 14001 (environmental) and OHSAS 18001 (health and safety) and can
include PAS 99 (a BSI guidance document for IMS), with the common and special requirements identified and discussed. The auditing
approach is based on ISO 19011 (the internationally accepted guidance for quality and environmental auditing).
Any of these standards
can be deleted if they are not currently applicable to the stage of IMS development reached by your organisation.
At the conclusion of the course, attendees should be able to:
- Use the ask-look-check-record technique
for seeking the true state of the IMS.
- Use forward and trace-back techniques for auditing a process based system
- Understand the component
parts of an IMS and how the processes inter-relate
- Establish audit checklists in the same sequence as the processes
- Establish an audit
schedule which ensures an efficient audit
- Use the most appropriate approach for obtaining information from the auditees
- Report the audit
findings in a constructive manner and categorise any nonconformities and improvement opportunities found
- Put the audit findings and
possible corrective actions into a business impact matrix (cost versus benefit)
ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001
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