05 Jun Breaking Down an IMS System
Antoun Civil has taken advantage of an Integrated Management System (IMS), and our clients are reaping the benefits! Refreshing and implementing our IMS involves incorporating all process and frameworks regarding Quality, Environmental and Safety management systems into a single, easy to manage unit. This enables us to easily manage, audit, and update all systems following a unified objective; to improve the overall quality and functioning of Antoun Civil activities.
But what exactly does an IMS System do?
A single, centralised management system ensures all processes adhere to ISO 9001- Quality Management Systems, ISO 14001- Environmental Management Systems and AS 4801- Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems. Further benefits of an IMS include considerable financial and time cost savings. Furthermore, auditing and planning for a single management system enables;
- Combined audit reporting and outcomes;
- Clear identification how each component of the IMS system interacts;
- Demonstration of the way in which strengths of one aspect make up for weaknesses in another.