The management system covers all topics that top management should respond to and helps create a system for how top management should manage the company. Many company managers experience peace of mind when implementing a management system because they are confident that matters that might otherwise get out of hand are under control.
For many supply companies in Denmark, it has become a common requirement for them to document their quality, environmental conduct, work environment, energy supply, food safety, etc. In other words, to prove that such matters are well-managed and preferably through a certified management system.
Management systems are available for everything from environmental and energy management to information security and innovation management. The most widespread management system is ISO 9001 for quality management, which is used by more than a million companies worldwide.
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A management system establishes a business overview of your company. It creates a solid foundation for deciding how to continually improve and develop your company.
Management systems can be implemented in various ways depending partly on the individual company’s needs, objectives, production, services and culture and partly on the strategic direction for products, performances, markets and customers.
The individual standards for management systems are generic, meaning they are not developed having a specific company in mind. Hence, the individual standard does not provide a final answer to how a management system fits the individual company. However, various factors can help a company implement a more holistic system with focus on management and relevant business processes for the focus area in question.
We provide guidance to you and your company about relevant and effective implementation and maintenance of a management system. We know the standards and can combine the elements that make most sense for your company. We can help with specific parts of the processes or all the way to a certification.
And what does it take to be certified? And why get certified? These are some of the questions asked by many when they hear about certification and standards.
ISO 19011 Internal audit is a generic guide for auditing management systems. The standard provides guidance on how to structure, implement and report an audit programme.