Revised with addition of the assessment form. Available in printed form and as an e-book, in English and Finnish.
Quality, Environment, Health and Safety
The Integrated Management System (IMS) provides the requirements given in ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001:2007 applying the structure of ISO 9001.
The set of requirements included in the IMS framework can be used for supporting registration of quality, environmental or OH&S management systems or developing the organisation's own management system.
"This is a sensible, perhaps the only sensible way to go in developing an IMS system - by combining the three systems into one." Markku Ahlberg, Quality Director of Finnish Defence Forces, Chairman of the TC176 National (Finnish) Committee.
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