Integrated Management System as the title implies, is a set of requirements for 3 quality management, environmental occupational and professional health standards. Thinking on formally integrated management systems was introduced for the first time in 1999 in Australia, a standard under AS / NZS 4581: 1999 No. The purpose and scope of this Standard, Provide guidance and framework for a comprehensive management system in which the common needs of the separate systems have been merged to prevent repetition. This will specifies complex relationship between standards of ISO9001 - 1994 and ISO 14001 - 1996 and AS / NZS 4804: 1997. On its basis the standards for their integration, there is a suitable conditions include
ISO 9001 & ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001
First stage: The initial survey and determining the current status. The aim of this step is to determine the current status of the company (employer) with three objectives 1) determining the current status 2) determining the distance between the current situation and ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 with and OHSAS 18001 (IMS),3)suggestions and measures to move towards meeting the requirements of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 OHSAS 18001
Secondly: analysis review and compliance of the identified processes with great design of quality management systems, environmental management, occupational health and safety management, development and planning for their implementation in accordance with these standards and
The third stage: implementation, audits, correction and final editing of quality, environmental and safety and professional health management system in accordance with the standards OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001.
The Fourth stage: training courses: Introduction to the principles and concepts of IMS, integrated management system requirements and system documentation, integrated management, integrated management and internal audit system
Establishing a system of self-management and self-control in the organization to manage the quality, environmental management and management related to Occupational health and safety matters
in order to:
- Satisfaction Increase the customer, employees and other stakeholders
- Protection of human and physical resources
- Systematize the activities related to quality, environment and occupational health and safety in the organization
- Tackle the problems such as growing pollution of natural resources, water and food scarcity, consumption and consumerism, waste and economic extreme poverty reduction
- Manage risk
- Reduce Costs particularly the costs by rising incidence of injuries caused by accidents and fines from noncompliance with laws and regulations
- meet customer needs in terms of major contracts based on the specific management systems
-Use tax exemptions foreseen for organizations that have deployed the system (exemption from thousandths income tax which should be allocated to the Department of Environment.
This model can be used for all organizations of any type, as well as large and small organizations with simple and complex activities. The integrated set of the two Standard ISO9001 and ISO14001 and ISO9001 and also OHSAS18001 can be deployed in organizations according to their application.